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  1. Hello, Mike here.. I found this forum googling where to fly my UAV in Jacksonville, FL and Ray's post caught my eye! I started flying the H107 Hubsan, then a Phantom V1.1.1. Sold the Phantom and looking into the 3DR Solo. I'm more of a hobbiest due to what I understand about commercial. Correct me if I'm wrong, but commercial requires a pilots license and tail numbers?! FAA Section 333 advisory interpretation is a migraine. Not to be confused with basic registration. Any thoughts about the industry and where we think it's headed?!
  2. Hello All, My name is Joe, and I'm a recovering Gulfstream pilot. I currently fly a G-450 based in Moscow, Russia. I work month on/month off, and am looking to get into the UAV business in the near future. I will probably be quiet for a while as I am still in research mode for all of this, but look forward to helping where I can and learning as I go. If anybody is in the Jacksonville area, feel free to contact me to either say I'm dumb for thinking I can make this happen, or just meet up and provide guidance in this process, I welcome both. I look forward to hopefully contribute and maybe provide a lessons learned in the future. Any questions on manned aerial vehicles, feel free to ask away. Yes, most pilots hate "drones" and know nothing about them. I was one of them up until about a month ago. I'm not saying I'm fully reformed, but it has been eye opening for me as I researched this endeavor... Respectfully, Joe