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A Veteran’s Day Salute – Flight Takes Many Forms

Updated: Apr 27, 2023

As soon as he impacted the ground, he knew something was seriously wrong. In December 2016, a freak fall while snowboarding left U.S. Air Force veteran Rob Corbett, a decorated non-commissioned officer and Air Force Office of Special Investigations (AFOSI) agent with more than a decade of active duty service to the nation, paralyzed from the neck down.

Ever since, he’s dedicated his life to bringing inclusion into the drone community by advocating for and training others with disabilities, including veterans and their families. Learn about and his inspirational efforts here.

Topics: Rob Corbett; inclusive flight; STEM education; 3D printing; Wounded Eagle UAS; Military Order of the Purple Heart; Drone Forward; people with disabilities; accessibility

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