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Hello everyone, I have spent 28ish years in the fire service with the last 15 in fire and aviation management with the US Forest Service specializing in incident command teams and media relations during large wildfires all over the US. Since leaving public service four years ago I have become a subject matter expert and contact point for both national and local media and because of my proximity to all the natural resources up here in rural Northern Arizona and the Four Corners region. I'm frequently asked to shoot video and provide imagery of news and weather situations up here. Oh and I'm a semi-well-known photog and small business owner up here too. I have been asked multiple times by local and federal agencies if I would be willing to do "drone work" for them. The answer had always been no. I will be testing for my 107 at Emory Riddle in Prescot, AZ soon thanks to Ground School. And I hope to put some recent HS graduates through the Ground School soon so they can come work for me. I currently own a Phantom 4 Pro. I use it to explore and shoot imagery. I am not interested in racing or speed mode so "Get off my Lawn"! I'm loving Drone Pilot Ground School so far and I appreciate the sense of community here! Eric Neitzel Show Low, Arizona
Hello Everyone! My name is Brian Roth and I'm a cinematographer in the film industry. Excited to be taking this prep course to further my knowledge with drone flight. Also quite interested in flying for other industries (Real Estate, Agriculture, Telecommunications, etc.) I'll be looking more into the flight topics on this blog site but pleasure to meet you all and looking forward to elevating my knowledge on drones!! Cheers, Brian
A Beautiful hot summer day down at Watson Lake in Prescott, AZ Saturday June 18th 2016. I believe the temp was 106 that day, but with the cool air coming off the water it felt like it was in the high 80s. Great day for Kayak’s and Drone’s! The opening and closing scenes are of my wife Kayaking… Video Taken with the DJI Phantom 3 Advanced.