Reding is a distinguished graduate of the United States Air Force pilot training program and served as an officer and pilot flight examiner with the United States Air Force from 1972 to 1979.
What does FE stand for?
FE stands for Flight Examiner
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 47 other meanings of FE in our Acronym Attic
- First Edition
- First Exposure
- FirstEnergy Corporation
- Fix Effectiveness (percentage)
- Fixed Expenses
- Flange End
- Flap Extension (aviation)
- Flash Exposure (photography)
- Fleet Equipment
- Flight Engineer
Samples in periodicals archive:
Flight examiner John Jackson was charged with making or omitting entries, or destroying a log book which should have been kept, a CAA spokesman said.
He added that after the tragedy, flight examiners now look at licences during proficiency checks.
Today, as a flight examiner, I administer emergency procedure evaluations based upon obvious indications and known failure modes in the A-10.
The airport has also hired a new full-time airport manager Cathy Earles, a qualified flight examiner and instructor from Midland, who will assume her new post, June 1.
He suffered minor injuries in an earlier crash which killed a 45-year-old Saudi Arabian flight examiner.
A FLIGHT examiner died yesterday after a student's plane crashed and burst into flames during a test.
A FLIGHT examiner died yesterday afternoon after a light aircraft piloted by a student crash-landed during a flying exam.