I already hold an ATP, CFI and CFII and just tested for Advanced Ground Instructor. I am a recently retired military pilot, so, forgive me for not being fully up to speed on the general aviation world... my question is this: Is there a benefit to obtaining the Instrument Ground Instructor rating? Or is being a CFI/CFII/AGI good enough? I am just trying to gain knowledge and experience and round out my general aviation skills.
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