Lucky Amoo

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This is my very first time on this platform and I would like to thank the brain behind this amazing initiative. Thank you, Alan! So I have been having sleepless nights on what I could do as a side gig while I am able to still keep my full time job and the thoughts of becoming a UAV pilot just flashed across my mind. I am very interested in starting this but I need folks' lead in finding an outstanding hands-on training online. Thanks for the anticipated suggestions and I am very happy to be a part of this community!

With gratitude,

Lucky

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32 minutes ago, Av8Chuck said:

Welcome.  

Hopefully, someone from Texas will chime in.

Thanks Chuck. Actually, the recommendations does not necessarily have to come from someone in Texas since it would be online training anyways.

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19 hours ago, Lucky Amoo said:

hands-on training online

That's an oxymoron, no?

There's hands-on / on-site / in-person training.

Then there's online training :)

What kind of "training" are you looking for, specifically?

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1 hour ago, Alan Perlman said:

That's an oxymoron, no?

There's hands-on / on-site / in-person training.

Then there's online training :)

What kind of "training" are you looking for, specifically?

I meant something like a virtual hands-on training. I just need someone to teach me how to fly a UAV haha

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On 9/16/2017 at 12:00 PM, Lucky Amoo said:

I meant something like a virtual hands-on training. I just need someone to teach me how to fly a UAV haha

Helpful, thank you. Check out this guide over here, happy to answer any specific questions you have. I highly recommend reading your user manual several times before flying. What model do you have?

https://uavcoach.com/how-to-fly-a-quadcopter-guide/

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17 minutes ago, Alan Perlman said:

Helpful, thank you. Check out this guide over here, happy to answer any specific questions you have. I highly recommend reading your user manual several times before flying. What model do you have?

https://uavcoach.com/how-to-fly-a-quadcopter-guide/

Thanks for the information. I haven't bought one yet but I am looking to buy an inexpensive one while I see how the learning process goes.

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