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- The Remote Pilot in Command does not have to be at the controls of the UAS, but must be present and supervising the UAS operations.
- 2. A Pilot with an existing pilot’s license must complete the “Part 107 Small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) ALC-451” training available on the FAA FAASteam website (www.faasafety.gov) in order to become a Remote Pilot in Command. A licensed pilot who is not “current,” and who chooses not to become current, must follow the same process as any non-rated pilot.
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