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1. identify three types of ice.
2. identify factors necessary to produce structural icing.
3. contrast types of structural icing, with cloud formations and temperatures.
4. identify areas where structural icing will form on an aircraft.
5. recognize icing hazards and perform correct flight procedures in icing
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