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I quite agree. This is not an application where you can slough-off the
legitimate requirements and declare it good enough. It seems, however,
there are many critical situations where even outright fraud is rampant.
Just yesterday I was reading a Popular Science article which claimed that
titanium bolts for critical commercial aircraft applications go for a cool
$4000 each because an inspector has to personally observe each one being
made. Why? Blackmarket parts for aircraft is a booming business.
We should not be trying to help this company avoid legitimate regulation.