Type in the info you want on the search bar and hit search. After it populates your search, look below it, choose which area you wish it to do a refined search (i.e. “All”, strictly 38 “CFR” or “Manual” (M21).
The obvious beauty of this is we no longer have to pore over endless M 21 drivel to find an appropriate cite. Granted we do not use the M 21 for anything more than pure entertainment but it’s nice to slap a rater with his own stupidity by citing their perceived “correct” section. I’ve been told to cease and desist in citing M 21 by more than one VLJ at a fac-to-face hearing saying they don’t use it nor recognize it for litigation purposes.
Now, if I could find the owner, I’d ask him to set up a donate button so all of us
litigators Practicioners could show our appreciation for providing this invaluable service. It says he’s a bloke from England but a VA rater turned me on to this with a burner email .
Whatever, it’s the cat’s pajamas as near as I can tell. It used to have links to the SMC calculator and a few others like CAPRI and MAPD. You needed a password. firstname.lastname@example.org? ******? Tried it and it didn’t work.