Sorry to say but the task must be signed at the time of completion. It is a way of getting some one else involved in soaring.
Originally Posted by Tenderfoot
I am new to the RC world and have taken a liking to ERES birds. The SSP caught my eye and I have been working on the copper level for about a year. Only 2-30 minute flights remain.
A question arises concerning witness to the flights. I am the only exclusive glider memeber of the club and prefer to fly later in the day than all others. Seldom is anyone available to sign my task sheet and I have had my wife sign when I got home. I expect this will happen more often in the future with longer and more difficult tasks.
Since the SSP is a way to guage my abilities, I would only be lying to myself by getting someone to sign without completing the task.
So, my question is: Without a witness (when one is not available) can I continue and earn a level badge?