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  1. Rudi

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    Hello, is any hands on flight training available in San Diego? Would love to get a lesson or two. Thanks.
  2. Greetings all. New to the community (UAV's, not aviation), getting ready to offer SAR, Thermal (building - HVAC, roof heat loss), and photography for reality (former airman/photographer/surface rescue swimmer in the USN). First hurdle is going to be applying for a COA in greater S. D. area.
  3. I came across this video on another site I am always uploading my drone footage on. This "Droning America" show seems to have a very cool concept. In this particular episode the host travels to San Diego and interviews a drone pilot from there. When you have some time check it out and let me know what you think of this concept. https://www.airvuz.com/video/Droning-America-San-Diego-CA?id=58ab5ec5f24adb57695ea53a Thanks
  4. Hi from a small coastal city north of San Diego. I'm new to drones. I'm very interested in learning from the best. I just got a Mavic Pro so I'm still learning how to fly.
  5. Hi All, Just wanted to introduce myself to the forum. I'm 31 and I live in San Diego, CA. When I found out about the new technology in FPV racing I was instantly hooked. I've always loved aviation and played many flight / action sims for countless hours growing up. I'm very new to flying drones and I'm entering the hobby with the goal of eventually getting to the point where I can fly a FPV quadcopter and race it locally for fun. My secondary goal is to utilize this hobby and turn it into a career change in San Diego. It would be great to get paid (either full time or on the side) to fly the larger "camera drones" around and survey land / real estate, etc. As far as experience, I've successfully had about 4 flights with my Hubsan x4 FPV ready to fly kit that I bought on Amazon. I'm learning to fly it via LOS before FPV only (that's what I've read anyways) Looking forward to learning more from everyone here, and hopefully to meet some of you local to my area. Thanks in advance, Spicy Mustard
  6. Heads-up on this event for people in San Diego CA! I don't live nearby so if anyone goes to this I hope you'll give us an outbrief. :-) Thanks, Brett http://timesofsandiego.com/business/2016/04/25/marketink-will-trump-vs-clinton-limit-local-tv-revenue/ Key paragraph (hyperlinks may not work -- go to original link for that) San Diego Press Club to Discuss Drone-Based Newsgathering The San Diego Press Club will host “Using Drones for Newsgathering,” a program on the issues and concerns of drone-based reporting, from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Wednesday, May 18, at the Press Club office at the Spreckels Theatre building, 121 Broadway, Suite 640, in downtown San Diego. Speaking will be Gary Buzel, a journalist and drone pilot for XETV/CW6 San Diego. Buzel has a permit from the Federal Aviation Administration to use a drone, or as the agency calls them, unmanned aircraft systems. In February, CW6 used a drone to show wreckage of the SS Monte Carlo, an oil tanker that sank near Coronado shores in 1937 and is sometimes visible at low tide. The story reportedly received more than 3 million hits on the station’s website. Buzel also consults with other TV stations on how to start their own UAS operations. Cost to attend the Press Club event is free for members and $10 for nonmembers. To RSVP, contact Terry Williams at (619) 231-4340 orsdpressclub@cox.net. For more info, visitwww.sdpressclub.org. The program is part of the Press Club’s “Nuts & Bolts” series.