We wanted to announce our Fly Your Flag Project. We are using the ArcGIS StoryMap format to create a crowd-sourced map of photos and locations where you are flying your flags. Too many people are protesting the Stars and Stripes and the National Anthem. This is our opportunity to fight back. As a Service-Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business VerticalGeo employs 7 veterans of the Armed Forces. We are a very patriotic company, and we are proud of our flag and our National Anthem. If you are proud of our flag and you fly your flag or you know of a flag you want to post to our map you can either send me your photos and addresses at firstname.lastname@example.org and I can post them for you or you can upload them yourselves at the Fly Your Flag App we built located here.
The end result, the crowd-sourced Fly Your Flag Map, can be viewed here. Keep checking back to see the locations on our map grow or to add your own flag photo.
Here is VerticalGeo’s 2015 Story Map. This map contains an overview of the major projects we worked on for 2015. When people ask what you do sometimes a maps speaks a thousand words. Please feel welcome to share this:
You can also access this Story Map using this link.
Here is a VerticalGeo’s Airfield Experience Map. VerticalGeo collectively has over 65 years experience as subject matter experts on integrating GIS and aerial photography technology into airfield operations and over 40 years experience serving the US Air Force’s Air Mobility Command (AMC). This map displays the airfields where we have boots-on-ground experience.
Please click on the aircraft symbol to drill down into the information for each of the airfields.
You can click on the “View Larger Map” link at the bottom of the map or use the following link to go to the ESRI ArcGIS Online version of this map: