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Hello to all! I'm looking forward to learning as much as I can about the drone industry, and hoping to become a part of that industry someday using drones creatively in a unique business model. To say I'm starting on the ground would be an understatement, but I'm motivated and determined to learn as much as I can. Thanks for being here!
Hi Y’all. Sean from Rockwall, TX joining up. My lovely wife made the grave mistake of getting my first drone for my Christmas birthday, and now I’m going to have to attend meetings for my new addiction. I’m 55% completed with Drone Pilot Ground School, and really enjoying and impressed with the course. This stuff is so much fun and the technology is crazy amazing. Love flying and learning. I’m not sure I’ll make it till December before I invest in the Phantom 4...
Hello everyone, My name is Eric and I'm new to the forum and UAS. I am a 20 year Navy veteran with about 3000 hours as a helicopter crewman/rescue swimmer. I also have 12 years of instructor duty including rescue swimmer, MH-60S, and Aviation Physiology/Water Survival. I retired 7 years ago and must say...I miss the Navy. That's one of the reasons I'm looking at starting a drone business. I was going to start a survival training business. After the last hurricane that ripped through Houston I realized a majority of civilians don't spend money the same way the military does...and the
Hello fellow aviators!!! My name is Al Barboza (a.k.a. Big Al). I just passed my FAA sUAS exam a few days ago. I have held a Private Pilot License since 1993 & Aircraft Dispatcher License since 1996. I wasn't current so I had to take the Practical Test and scored a 93% on it. My pursuit of this license started a few months ago after my boss remembered that I held a Private Pilot certificate and wanted to know if I would be interested in flying a drone for the company (I work in the security department of a large oil refinery). I of coarse was excited about the possibilities. Thi