Could this represent the future of licensed, commercial aerial imaging? A "pilot" program, so to speak? What am I missing here? Can I really get licensed at my Alma Mater? Like right now? Pinch me please. "Trainees will receive classroom instruction on flight planning, telemetry, safety measures and other essential topics. To receive a certificate (FAA approved), they will have to pass a written exam and a flight test." “This is not meant for hobbyists who just want to go outside to a pasture or side field and fly them on weekends,” Hutto said. “This is geared toward students who want to prepare themselves to go work for a company and fly one of these as part of their skill set, for faculty members who want to use it as part of their research, or for companies that want to use them to become efficient.” http://alabamanewscenter.com/2015/06/18/auburn-launches-first-faa-approved-flight-school-for-drones/ War Eagle!