For those of you interested, I will be holding a couple of webinars & Facebook Live sessions covering a few of the complexities Remote Pilots will face in their endeavors. This should give all prospective Remote Pilot applicants a good foundation for what they may encounter on a FAA written exam. I will break these down into sessions to cover some of the following topics... -Airspace - Types and requirements. Controlled and uncontrolled. How to identify on a chart. -NOTAMS & TFRs - How to find them. How to file them for your operation. How to get approval to fly in a TFR. -Basic Aerodynamics - Lift Theory. Forces in flight. Stalls & Angle of Attack. -Aeronautical Charts - How to read them. Where to find them. - FAR Part 91 and the AIM - You thought 107 is the only part of the regs you'll operate under? Sorry but there is a lot of Part 91 that still applies to Remote Pilots. What's the AIM, and is it regulatory? If there are any other topics you would like me to address just say so. Ive been flying for almost 7 years (4 of which are in the airline world), I have over 5000 hours in over 30 types of aircraft, dealt with the FAA multiple times (They're actually there to help surprisingly), and I love to fly both commercially and privately. I hold an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and Certified Flight Instructor Certificate with Instrument Instructor & Multi-Engine Instructor ratings. I, by no means, know everything but I can try to point you in the right direction if I don't know. All of these will be posted through my Facebook page facebook.com/aerialcolorado or on Twitter at @aerialcolorado. Once I get my new website up I will also be reposting them to my blog too, so you can reference them later. (website link to come when completed). If you're interested just like the page and you will see the updates. I'm leaving for a work for a few days and plan to do a session this weekend. Thanks again for your followship, and happy flying.