Medical History from Pilot Applicant Seeking Airman Medical Certification
Item 18w: History of nontraffic Convictions
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18.w. History of nontraffic convictions. The applicant must report any other (nontraffic) convictions (e.g., assault, battery, public intoxication, robbery, etc.). The applicant must name the charge for which convicted and the date of the conviction(s), and copies of court documents (if available). (See Item 47 Psychiatric)
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