Leikhim, Joe wrote:
> So if I light up my tiny 89 foot tower with an auto tail light just to
> be on the safe side because of low flying helicopters and military
> jocks, and years go by without anyone hitting the tower and then some
> errant pilot finally augers into my back yard, the government will turn
> on me for using improper equipment?
> I hope this is not true.
> >Bottom line, if your tower installation requires lighting, you are
> >legally required to use the FAA approved lighting fixtures. If it
> >doesn't require lighting, and you want to light it anyway, you are
> >legally required to use FAA approved lighting fixtures.
> >Bill Coleman, AA4LR, PP-ASEL Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > This brings up an interesting question. Someone suggested the small lights
> > in QST awhile back and the QST columnist stated the same thing, that even
> > if you aren't required to use lights, any lights you use must meet FAA
> > standards.
> Joe Leikhim
> "tv dinner by the pool,
> i'm so glad i finished school" -F.Zappa 1967
> "The Revolution will NOT be televised" -Gil Scott Heron
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IT SEEMS LIKE SOME PEOPLE ARE TRYING TO GET THE FLY S--T OUT OF THE
BLACK PEPPER. JUST READ THE FAA RULES PERIOD PERIOD PERIOD.
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