Take charge of marine vessels on the high seas.
An Agricultural Pilot flies specially built airplanes and helicopters, and releases loads of herbicides, pesticides, seeds, and fertilizers over crops. As an Agricultural Pilot, your job is important—it saves Farmers from having to hand-spread these items over hundreds or thousands of acres of land. And you don’t just treat flat, open, easy-to-reach fields of corn, but swamps, orchards, and forests as well. You may also use the same equipment to dump fire retardant when there’s a fire in the area.
Of course, to be an Agricultural Pilot, you need skill, knowledge, and passion. Flying a plane is not quite as easy as driving a car. First of all, you can’t just pull over if there’s a problem. Also, you have a few more technicalities to contend with. This is a job that requires a high degree of focus. You monitor the actions of the plane, are vigilant of wind currents, and keep an eye on the warning gauges.
In order to get the cargo to the ground, you fly at low elevations. That means you have to constantly keep a close watch on your surroundings. You monitor your elevation, watch out for trees, and keep the surrounding hills on your radar.
Outside the cockpit, you review flight plans, oversee the loading and securing of your cargo, and ensure your plane’s maintenance is performed on schedule.