Then you could have applied for the prior experience bid.That's not the point.. If you were a military ATC who was going to age out after the last test, and you got rejected while a whole bunch of others were accepted because they got ahold of a "stolen" test, you'd be pissed also.
It wasn't an FAA employee passing on info to A candidate, it's about the test being compromised and being passed on to many people. Why is it so hard to understand why people would be pissed off because they "didn't make the grade," while many others did through illegal means.
IMO, OTS's are just as likely to make a good controller as a CTI or VRA....but that's not the issue. The issue is that the current hiring process is seriously flawed. The FAA has know this but has turned a blind eye.
How did you surmise that? The premise is that the test was given to many. Think about it, if person A only gave it to person B, then why would person B record the transaction and cry foul.My comprehension of the FOX video at this point is Person A... ( an FAA employee) passing on test information to person b...
I mean... Are we really surprised? Anything to give an advantage to their members or associative members, but lets throw the hard working girl of African descent who slaved for that 4.0 GPA and scored a 100 on the ATSAT but did not join the "group" because she wanted to work hard and succeed instead of being associated with NBCFAE.I was thinking that it might have been the Coalition.