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    Mark brings up some interesting points regarding the engineering licensure differences between Canada and the USA with one point really piquing my interest, the statement "The fact that we don't want Washington, DC mandating our licensing requirements" ...

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    M. Huffman, You may want to take a look at the language in the Missouri Code regarding the signing and sealing of drawing (e.g., what is required to be signed and sealed and what is not required to be signed and sealed - https://www.sos.mo.gov/cmsimages/adrules/csr/current/20csr/20c2030-3.pdf ...

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    I am not aware of even one state that requires even one second of your experience let alone one year be obtained in any geographic region within the US as well as supervised by a PE licensed in the US. I spent several years as an engineer on projects ...

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    The Seattle Time is doing a remarkable job covering the 737 story. Well worth a few hours of browsing if you haven't already done so. This headline, Engineers say Boeing pushed to limit safety testing , is an interesting, worthwhile read.  It also ...

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