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Drone Questions and Accidents – Flight Time, Loss of Control, Crashes, and Oh No Situations

The Accidental Aviator

This time Robert Zarracina and Steve Rhode tackle listener drone questions and discuss published incident and accident reports to see what we all can learn.  Keep the questions coming. You can submit them at PSFlight.org or RareAviation.com. In this podcast, we tackle the following questions. What kind of drone do you use when taking the shot in the air?Can you see drone lights …

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Let’s Talk Drones – Intro and Hello – The Accidental Aviator

The Accidental Aviator

This is the first episode in a new series – The Accidental Aviator. This podcast is for the UAS, UAV, Part 107, COA, and drone pilots of all experience and skill levels to become exceptional FAA certificated aviators. This podcast is straight and honest talk from experienced FAA manned and drone pilots to help teach, educate, and discuss aviation-related topics …

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Podcast – FDNY Fred Carlson Talks Drones and Lessons Learned

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FDNY Lieutenant Fred Carlson started as a fireman on Queens Ladder 151 in November 2006 and has risen through the ranks since then. Promoted to lieutenant at the end of 2019 he now serves as in leadership of the FDNY Command Tactical Unit (the drone program). Fred comes from a family aviation background. His mother and brother both hold Part …

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Doug Bainton NYC EM and FDNY Pilot – Talking Aviation Integration

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Doug Bainton is a public safety drone pilot with a unique background and skill set. Not only has he been a New York City firefighter for 17 years but he had various important roles with the FDNY Disaster Assistance Response Team and has been deployed all over the place to assist with incidents and emergencies. Doug is currently assigned as …

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