If I had to sum up my life as a public safety drone pilot, I’d have to call it “sporty.” It’s the term aviators have used for many years to describe flying adventures that test their skills.
Unlike flying for fun, if you are a police or fire department drone pilot, you are often operating with an audience under challenging conditions on someone’s worst day. And unlike a helicopter or airplane pilot, you are typically on the ground, close to the action and to the public.
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