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Recently I started putting my FAA certificate to greater use, and it was suggested that I keep track of my Biannual flight reviews by using the new(?) WINGS system the FAA has. Prior to this stuff was just signed off in my logbook. So now in my spare hotel time, I have been getting "credits" by watching way too many synopses of the demise of other unfortunate pilots, to the point where I had to stop. But nevermind that. Does anyone here make use of this? If so, what are your opinions of it?

The details of my life are quite inconsequential...
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Not sure, but I think the Wings thing is for green private pilots and is hilariously inappropriate for you.

Just do a BFR every 2 years and get your logbook signed. The low time CFI will be grateful to learn from you.
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