- Nov 25, 2001
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My CO walked into my office the other day with an envelope from an airline by whom I have been hired. He dropped it on my desk and told me to just tell him how I want all the stuff answered. There is a request for records in there and I am wondering what the military's standard policy is for releasing the records of pilots to the airlines. Do they normally release anything? FEF? NATOPS Jacket? If not, what do they do...send a letter saying the stuff is non-releaseable? Does the privacy act apply to this stuff? I have nothing to hide, just want to keep it standard. Thanks.