This short clip shows aerial footage being acquired by multi-rotor aerial camera platform.
The location is Pegasus Bridge near Ouistreham in Normandy, France, famous as the site of the first allied victory a few minutes after midnight in the early hours of 6th June 1944 - D Day.
Three gliders landed with absolute precision withing fifty yards of the bridge on the opposite bank, allowing a unit of the British 6th Airborne Division to surprise and overpower the German defences.
Originally known as the Bénouville Bridge, after the neighbouring village, it was renamed in 1944 in honour of the wartime operation. The name is derived from the shoulder emblem worn by the British airborne forces, which is the flying horse Pegasus.