Every pilot knows the FAA is less than perfect, so Administrator David R. Hinson was startled when he found many think he is doing something right. During his final visit to the Oshkosh air show as FAA chief, he was urged last week to remain at the helm of an agency that many believe is in dire need of stable leadership. At his annual ``meet-the-boss'' session at the show, Hinson was urged by hundreds of pilots to sign up for another four-year stint. Surprised, he quipped, ``You mean you ...
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