So, what has Doug been up to? A few weeks ago, I had the pleasure to volunteer as a drone videographer at a fund raising event on the water. As a droner and boater, what a great way to spend the day. I was one of two drone volunteers, plus I saw some random drones flying from time to time at this all day event. Good news, with all workers volunteers, this event raised $7,000 for the Old Glory Honor Flights. That’s enough money for 14 veterans to go to Washington DC on a flight. Warning, and the bad news. If you take time to watch this video, and you are a educated drone operator, you are going to see content that breaks current FAA rules. Thats not content I captured. So what’s with the warning? The other drone operator, a recent veteran and fellow boater who I choose to believe didn’t know the rules changed as he was deployed overseas, was tragically killed shortly after this event, ran over by a car with his motorcycle. He was a genuinely nice guy and newlywed who I spent the day with earlier at a gangster themed boat party. Two weeks ago, Annette and I were at our boat club meeting which travels each month and was being held at Fremont Wisconsin’s Pine Grove. It was at that meeting when we were told our fellow club member had died a few hours earlier that day. Rightly so, the event organizer dedicated this video to our lost friend. Out of respect for my fallen veteran friend, I request your comments on the legality of the drone video content be thoughtful given what occurred. Thank you.