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AMY SMITH
123 Main Street Atlanta, Georgia 30339
Home: (555) 555-1234, Cell: (555) 555-1235 asmith@sample~resume.com


Objective:   Seek the Position of Photogrammetry Pilot

SUMMARY:   Remarkably talented and skillful Photogrammetry Pilot with huge background in flying at specified altitudes and speed to photograph areas of the earth's surface for mapping and other photogrammetric purposes.

Summary of Qualifications
  • More than six years experience.
  • Thorough knowledge of the Federal Aviation Administration and Federal Communication Commission rules and regulations, and the State Statutes governing the operation and maintenance of aircraft.
  • Deep knowledge of air navigation and of single and multi-engine fixed and rotary wing aircraft capabilities and performances.
  • Strong knowledge of flight planning, meteorology and aircraft maintenance requirements.
  • Remarkable ability to pilot single and multi-engine fixed and rotary wing aircraft in all weather conditions.
  • In-depth ability to communicate effectively and to establish and maintain pleasant working relationships.
  • Exceptional ability to quickly and repeatedly make precise adjustments to controls.
  • Great ability to see details at a distance.
  • Profound ability to see under low light conditions.

Professional Experience

Department of Agriculture, Minneapolis, MN
2002 - Present

Photogrammetry Pilot
  • Pilot single and twin engine, fixed and rotary wing aircraft, in a variety of mission flights including point to point passenger flights, photogrammetry, and occasionally search and rescue.
  • Conduct pre-flight and post-flight inspections of aircraft and note all discrepancies in a maintenance log, and maintain all other necessary logs and reports related to their flights.
  • Plan flights considering weather, navigational aids, routing, altitudes, alternative routes and destinations, loading and weight distribution, fuel requirements, and the filing of IFR flight plans as necessary.
  • Perform a combination of mission types in addition to point to point passenger flights including precision photogrammetry vertical, oblique and continuous strip flights requiring the aircraft to maintain a critical course, speed and altitude with very little deviation.
  • Perform pre-flight and post-flight activities which include scheduling routes; monitoring weather conditions; calculating load and fuel requirements; performing routine pilot inspections to ensure the aircraft is in airworthy condition; fueling and preheating aircraft as necessary; securing aircraft in hangar, and covering and tying down aircraft after completion of flight.
  • Maintain operation and component records for agency aircraft by recording date and hours of operation and when change of components occurred.
  • Perform airframe and powerplant inspection of the airplanes and/or helicopters at specified intervals and perform preventive maintenance, routine repairs, and field repairs as a result of problems detected during inspections or in response to problems that occurred while the aircraft was in operation.

Department of Agriculture, Minneapolis, MN
2000 - 2002

Forestry Pilot Trainee (under supervision)
  • Conducted fire suppression and wildlife survey activities.
  • Conducted fire reconnaissance missions and air attack flights including: reporting fires; evaluating fire conditions; ordering ground crews and equipment and coordinating air attacks pending the arrival of an incident commander; monitoring and reporting fire conditions; assisting the incident commander in directing air operations; and transporting personnel, cargo and equipment to various locations within and outside the State.
  • Conducted wildlife survey missions including: animal herding; gathering biological data related to the number, gender and general health of game and non-game wildlife; fish planting; gathering environmental data including stream and creek surveys; crop spraying; and transporting personnel, cargo and equipment to various locations within and outside the State.
  • Planned, scheduled and conducted aerial photography missions at high and low altitudes using integrated camera and modern navigational systems; oversaw loading and mounting of gyroscopically stabilized camera equipment.

Education and Professional Training

Possess Valid FAA Certification

Associate Degree in Aeronautical Science
University of New York (2000)




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