Pilot in Charge
Yes, the term PIC stands for Pilot in Command but with respect to your learning it can also be viewed as Pilot in Charge. Today Nate Garduque earned his private pilot certificate after taking charge of his instruction and coming to us to finish his training. Nate is an APRN with Renown and knows what it takes to be in charge of the medical needs of others. Now, he has used his superb bedside manner to be in charge of his learning and to take command of his piloting. His knowledge is encyclopedic and his aviating precise. Nate is the perfect example of being an active part of your flight instruction and doing what it takes. Congratulations to you and to your instructor, Richard, who is equally impressed with your abilities!
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