Glenn Cullingford, chief pilot for the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District, operates a Phantom Vision 2+ quadcopter Thursday at the Marathon airport. The unmanned aerial system will be used to survey hard-to-reach places for potential mosquito breeding grounds.
Glenn Cullingford, chief pilot for the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District, operates a Phantom Vision 2+ quadcopter Thursday at the Marathon airport. The unmanned aerial system will be used to survey hard-to-reach places for potential mosquito breeding grounds. WILLIAM AXELFORD KeysInfoNet
Glenn Cullingford, chief pilot for the Florida Keys Mosquito Control District, operates a Phantom Vision 2+ quadcopter Thursday at the Marathon airport. The unmanned aerial system will be used to survey hard-to-reach places for potential mosquito breeding grounds. WILLIAM AXELFORD KeysInfoNet

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