Pilots Show Their Multi-tasking Ability To Get The Job Done Right, Receive Award

Aerial Services’ pilots Tim Wieneke and Lucas McSweeny, were awarded the Aerial Services’ Above & Beyond award on June 20 2012, for “Taking On Challenge Of Piloting Aircraft & Operating Sensor To Accomplish Project”. For an important client project, the tandem took on the task of piloting missions as they usually do, but also were able to operate the camera simultaneously for a specific application, and did it with great success even when conditions were poor. Without their ingenuity and hard work this project would not have been a roaring success.

We do not typically like to fly only one crew member in our aircraft, but Tim & Lucas were able to make it work due to their skill as pilots and willingness to do what was necessary to serve our clients,” noted Kirk Fisher, Vice President & CFO. He continued, “we are pleased to recognize these two employees for their work on this and all of the high accuracy acquisition projects they’re involved with.”

Tim & Lucas deserve this award and we ask you to please join us in thanking them for their commitment to making Aerial Services and their clients’ projects successful. Congratulations Tim & Lucas!


The Above & Beyond Award allows Aerial Services’ employees to evaluate their peers and nominate those who produce superior results. The activity is intended to identify those individuals, reward them, and share their stories. All this is ultimately done so Aerial Services continues to excel at our business and bring value to our clients by helping them engage their world in meaningful ways.

2 thoughts on “Pilots Show Their Multi-tasking Ability To Get The Job Done Right, Receive Award”

  1. Congratulations! Tim & Lucas you have two great dedicated EMPLOYEES and great people on and off the aircraft!!!!

  2. John M. Harrison

    Wow! I have been flying all my life and this is the first time I have ever heard of such praise for any pilot let alone two from any employer! This makes me want to quit my current flying job and fly for ASI! I’m getting all choked up here!

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