Few people in the world have more firsthand experience flying drones in disaster areas than Justin Adams, the man behind the wheel as we worked our way along the Mount Baker Highway, winding through thick forest, approaching an active volcano that the U.S. Geological Survey considers a “very high” potential threat. The plan was to fly drones in various locations that will be in the path of the lahars expected when this glacier-capped stratovolcano once again blows its top.

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Via:: AOPA



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