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'No-fly' action takes pilot's job

Cape man fights US label as threat

By Shelley Murphy
Globe Staff / September 22, 2005

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Cape Air pilot Robert Gray said he feels like he's living a nightmare. Two months after he sued the federal government for refusing to let him take flight training courses so he could fly larger planes, he said yesterday, his situation has only worsened. (Full article: 539 words)

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