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Ryan M. : All you had to do was follow the damn train cj!

CraftyFoxe : Awesome video! Wonder if they noticed there's a drone flying around them especially when it's carrying military equipment

Sammy B Videography : That's a long train!

jfreelan1964 : In a weird sort of way that looks like a model train coming around the curve.

CraftyFoxe : At 5:59 it hits the sign Lmao

Albert : I think this train contains more military material than all of Denmark has in total :D

Justin Y. : After the video ended the drone was shortly shot down by a bald eagle

Morgan Freeman : It's so awesome you didn't use that royalty free upbeat glitch-hoppidy dubstep garbage that is in most youtube videos nowadays. That stuff drives me insane to the point I stop watching the video. Stones are a great choice.

PLPawulonPL : 2:45 Lucky xD

Nelso5000 : *Just Cause 3 flashbacks intensify*

Steve Carpenter : Thank you for the over-the-top video, outstanding imagery and audio sound track, found you through Ken Heron TNL broadcast! Again, my thanks and great piloting!

Sky McGowin : Grade A camera work, nicely done.

Sir Galahad : This is the best drone video I've ever seen on YouTube. Great camera work. Great Flying. Great and interesting content, and FANTASTIC choice of music ! I would give this a million likes if I could !

Atesh Tarsha : I helped chain down those vehicles when they left for California from Washington in January. miserable work in the rain when its 30 degrees out

Cyber MacGyver : I came for the drones... and stayed for the stones 👌

Niranjan adyar : Awesome shot of the train. One of the best drone shot video of train, I have ever seen. The starting shot from the curve to engine is awesome. Very well planned shot.

Greg : Excellent footage and music, how far can that drone be from the operator ??

Chris Ackerley : Absolutely outstanding video! If you aren't already working as a pro videographer in the movie/TV industry, you should be! This is the best quality amateur video I have ever seen on YouTube. The sound track is perfectly mated to the video.

raintree entertainment : Great drone piloting skills. But what concerns me that this is a military equipment train and would I be breaking military law?

Echo5562 : Nice great music overlay fits theme

Szr7zMix5kcV6F3 : whoooaaaaaaa awesome footage! EPIC

Harry Stevens : Love the music and loved the journey..........Thank you!!!

Ahmed Kazikian : Insane cinematography. Ballsy af!

seong hwan Moon : superb cocktail of drone, military train, and music. thanks

Ron Karlsson : Awesome video, with some fantastic drone flying to add. Excellent choice of music. You're on my playlist of great videos. Well done. Skol! 👍👏😀

Natasha Kalashnikov : When I saw that bend at the beginning my first thought was "that looks like the bend at San Luis Obispo, I wonder where this was filmed", and sure enough.... very nice video!

Paul Lanyi : Outstanding ! . . Got Yourself A Winner . . Luv The Theme Music : >)

Shoddy Productions : That was amazing ! Hollywood quality intro for a war movie I want to watch.

Ken Aspinwall : Good work and great music, Steven. This was my music during Viet Nam. And of course, I love trains. Glad I caught you, bro.

Peter H : Now this is impressive! Thanks mate.

Angus Corrie : is this footage sped up?

DeKa Creation : Save palestine

Francis Lee : Yep,  training to Move a unit with its assets is key...   Units MUST develop procedures/SOPs/personnel that can pack-upload-move by going from their base to a training site.   Each time they get faster,better at "getting there".     What to take and how to secure it for a safe download at the other end is a key skill.  Units at Fort Riley-Fort Hood-Fort Benning...   Must be "ready" to get to the ports and then the cargo ships in a quick and effective manner.   (or why have them?)

Anders K Andersson : Field Marshal Mick Jigger 🙇🏻‍♂️🙇🏻‍♂️🙇🏻‍♂️

madpetrolhead : Fantastic video, love the classic Stones music, absolute magic.

Artem Op : Надо было до машиниста на дроне доебаться

from Clark : Steve, another great AND daring video!! First, how do you hear about these special trains coming thru? Is there a site showing the UP consists? I am wondering if these military trucks, tanks etc are those which were sent down to the burn areas in Santa Barbara and Montecito? On TV, the equipment they showed looked somewhat like the ones on the flat cars in your video. One day i need to drive up from Atascadero and take you to lunch so i can bend your ear regarding how you can get video signals so far away? What sort of drone/equipment you presently have etc. i have a Phantom 4 but cant get video very far away! Thumbs UP!

Nana Ann : Gosh, this is award-winning footage if I've ever seen it! The fact I'm a baby boomer and love the music doesn't hurt either. So many ways to enjoy this, from the scenery to the multiple angles, to the focus on the different vehicles, etc.! I hope there's a contest that comes along that you can enter this in. Heh, DoD could use this as recruiting footage. "Like vehicles & want to learn to repair them, we've got them all" Hehe.

GeorgeBonez : I have to admit that these music selections always throw me at first because they have been used and associated with anti-War, anti-American sentiment in so many media presentations such as movies and news reports but then I remember that my dad was a Vietnam war veteran and loved the Stones. He was the biggest American patriot that I have ever known in my life so I have to keep my opinions in-Check with reality sometimes. Man I loved your incredible vid. This is truly awesome. I’ve been flying drones and FPV for a few years now but I’m no where your skill level. Please keep sharing

Bill Mills : Amazing piloting! Awesome one-of-a-kind footage! Truly great work Mr. Conroy. Thanks for sharing it with us all to enjoy. ;-)

vallejo ca : Do you think they would notice if one APC was missing lol

Tuck WS : This was the 1-2 Stryker Brigade Combat Team moving equipment from Camp Roberts straight to Ft Irwin, CA at the National Training Center.... I was one of the unit movement coordinators helping move hundreds of pieces of equipment in a very tight timeline. Very random seeing this video.... Good work!

Battleballs : Hey, Russia. You're not the only one whose army can occupy another country anywhere in the world in 24 hours. We're just more efficient at it.

Dead Aces : Impressive flying skills! Good music choice too!

RuleofFive : Some nice shooting! Thanks......

mgr5550 : When this train reaches its destination, the last carriage would still be in home station.

Steven Lester : I confess that I have added this video to my favorites list. Beautiful color to it. Twenty-seven years ago I left SLO for Seattle and have rued the choice ever since. I should never have left.

Crumbsnatcher : Looks like one of those simulator apps at the Play Store!

James Orr : Bad Ass..Video..Stone's too...

radbcc : 1. The video is fabulous 2. Drone flying skills amazing 3. What drone is this? 4. Hard to imagine a non-military drone being able to keep with at those speeds? 5. Not sure I like the idea of civilians photographing military logistics movements (certainly don't want to give Russians or Chinese or Iranians any ideas) 6. Does youtube red allow you to use music like this without copyright issues? Thanks