Plymouth Native To Assist FEMA In Photo Missions

Justin Clevenger packs aerial photography gear into Civil Air Patrol plane while Lt. Col. Matt Creed performs pre flight inspection

First Lieutenant Justin Clevenger will be joining more than 100 Civil Air Patrol aircrews from ten other states in the Northeast this week to conduct Hurricane Sandy aerial photo missions covering more than 300 miles of coastline from Cape Cod, Mass. to Cape May, NJ.

Clevenger, a Plymouth native, will help take more than 120,000 photos over the next three days for FEMA which will use the images for damage assessment.

Clevenger will work as a pilot and an aerial photographer. He is a 1992 Plymouth High School graduate and he currently works as an industrial technology sales manager with the CDW Corporation.

Indiana’s Wing’s volunteer pilots will assist more than 200 flight hours of damage assessment. Indiana Wing conducts extensive year-round training in order to expertly provide aerial photography to FEMA and local emergency response officials.