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The background check wouldn't stop anyone from studying structural engineering, only applying for the PE.

On 2/20/2014 6:44 AM, Joel Adair wrote:
I think you're probably right. On the other hand, another possible reason that I could see someone feeling that this would be justified would be for concerns about terrorism. If a terrorist organization will take the time to have its members trained in the U.S. as pilots, I wouldn't put it past them to have them educated and employed as structural engineers, where they might be able to get enough knowledge and inside information to identify potential vulnerabilities.

-- Joel

the structural alliance
Dallas, TX
Joel Adair, PE, LEED AP

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