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UAS 367 - Advanced Unmanned Aircraft Fixed-wing Flight Lab

Credits: 2

The UAS pilot-in-command (PIC), also referred to as the operator-in-command (OIC), is the person responsible for safe and successful flight operations. At times, the PIC/OIC also assumes the duties of the air vehicle operator (AVO) stationed at the ground control station. Not only must the PIC/OIC/AVO demonstrate the highest proficiency as a pilot, but also be knowledgeable in all aspects of field operations, including standard operating procedures (SOPs), applicable regulations and aircraft performance. The individual acting in this capacity is also a manager and field general, responsible for the activities of the others participating in flight operations. This course prepares the student to oversee professional flight operations. This course prepares the student to oversee professional flight operations as the PIC.

Note
Four hours of lab per week.

Requisites
Prerequisite: UAS 357 and UAS 312.

Typically Offered
Fall

UGE course
No

K-State 8
None


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