One of our longest-running correspondences has been with a gentleman named John who lives in Bristol, Connecticut. A professional photographer, he built a quadcopter with the specific goal of using it to capture aerial imagery and also as a potential tool for news gathering.
John recently moved his machine over to the NAZA and used it to record a moving Memorial Day tribute at a military cemetery, when veterans and volunteers placed more than 7,100 American flags by service members' gravestones. Check it out:
Nice work, John! You really showed the potential of this platform and created a unique tribute that I'm sure will mean a lot to everyone who participated and the families of the fallen who are interred at the cemetery.