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Ubiquity Releases Web Series with Real Air Force Airmen

Ubiquity Studios is producing a five-webisode series titled Drift into the Blue for the United States Air Force (USAF) in a high stakes competition for pride, honor, and a flight in an F-16 fighter jet.

Ubiquity Studios along with the USAF and Formula Drift (FD) is producing the webisodes featuring real USAF airmen and professional formula drift drivers racing and vying for a coveted flight in an USAF F-16 fighter jet. The webisodes began airing last week. It was announced Tuesday, June 19.

Episode 1 introduces the four USAF airmen, Tech Sgt. Brian Abel, Staff Sgt. Natasha Burroughs, Staff Sgt. Steven Dauck, and Sr Airman Semmi Quarles as they meet with professional Formula Drift Driver who will be teaching them how to drift.

Professional FD drivers on the show include Ryan Tureck, Aurimus “Odi” Bakchis, Joon Maeng, and Tony Angelo.

Professional Formula Drift Driver and 10 year FD veteran Tony Angelo said, “I am super pumped for the opportunity to teach Sr. Quarles how to drift. I hope we win the flight in the F-16.”

[ Also Read: Ubiquity to Broadcast Live Formula Drift ]

“United States Air Force and Formula Drift have a lot in common in doing what they do; technology, teamwork and a great deal of speed. Drift into the Blue is a truly amazing series featuring some of the brightest and most talented individuals from the USAF and the expert Formula Drift drivers doing what they do best – drifting. The series features footage which immerses you into the moment and makes you feel like you are driving in the car with them”, said CEO of Ubiquity Chris Carmichael.

Ubiquity Corporation (UC) is a leading multimedia company focused on the intersection of broadband and wireless platforms for enhancing the digital lifestyle. With its corporate office in Irvine, CA, UC develops wireless and other digital applications and intellectual property for tablets, mobile phones and other devices.

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