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  1. Good morning, all. Freshly minted small unmanned aircraft system pilot here. Am currently saving up for a drone. Am looking to work freelance in the Birmingham AL area nights and weekends in my off-time when I'm not dabbling in the field of auto insurance claims during the day. Cheers!
  2. Hello all, my name is Forrest and I'm a software developer based in Birmingham, AL. I just passed the part 107 exam and am actively shopping for my first professional drone. I've been hobby flying quads for years, most recently a DJI Spark. My main focus will be on creating Android software for DJI products using their SDK, but I'll also be doing small project type work - photography, maps, videos, etc. Writing software is great, but I want to get out and fly, too!