Just a question for the masses regarding ratings and certifications...I know there's a lot of experience and military out there who may have an answer for me so that the FSDO can't lead me in the wrong direction. After Air Force pilot training, our class took the FAA test and got certified with our Multi-Engine (centerline thrust), Commercial, Instrument license. My question is since I didn't have a private pilot's license (single-engine), what do I need to do to get that single-engine license? I guess more specifically, if someone has a PPL and tests for a multi-engine commercial, does there single-engine become "commercial" as well? Any info would be great. Since I haven't flown civilian in a long time and want to get back in the air for relaxation, I'm wondering if I have to fly and ground eval to commercial standards or not.