Earlier this year, I flew a small uncrewed aircraft system (UAS) in Idaho. I’ll be the first to admit that doesn’t sound like much of an accomplishment, until you learn that I was 300 miles away in Portland, Oregon at the time. That same day, my Embry-Riddle colleagues in Florida, Texas, and Hawaii each took a turn at the controls. This was made possible by the Internet, of course, but also a type of flying...
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