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  1. Hi, I am a retired commercial pilot who has never been a very good RC model airplane operator. Luckily, my flights in real airplanes have worked out much better than the model planes. As a teenager I was into model rocketry. So I have a long history at investing a lot of time and money into something just watch it crash. For that reason I'm considering a beginners version of a UAV before stepping up to something else. I know I could use my pilot certificate to expedite the journey to my commercial operator certificate, but my flight review is expired and it would be more expensive getting another one than it would to jump through all the hoops of a non-pilot UAV Operator student.
  2. Bought my first quadcopter and learning to fly.
  3. Overhead photo of Kauffman gardens in Kansas City when tulips were in full bloom.