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Actually, I made few mistakes while I was adding up the time for IACRA, I corrected errors and mistakes but It s looking very messy. So, I transcribed everything over to the new logbook, but Ineed the CFI's signature on Remarks section. But before getting the signature, can I write the name of Modules and description to ease the work load ?

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  1. Gary Moore on Jul 11, 2011

    There are a variety of similar logbook questions on this site – you may find them interesting.  But the main thing to remember is that it’s YOUR logbook.  You can put anything you want in it.  You can even color outside the lines if you want 🙂

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  2. Nathan Parker on Jul 11, 2011

    “can I write the name of Modules and description to ease the work load ?”
    Yes, and he will bless you for it.

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  3. Earl Kessler on Jul 24, 2011

    I met with an FAA Aviation Safety Inspector about a student’s military logbook.  He had no problem with errors but wanted to see a single line cross-out through the error with initials of the pilot nearby.  Don’t be afraid to make an error in your logbook.  If proves that you are human.

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