The proposed capacity formation, under acronym LEAPFROG (Leading Activities for enrolment of RPAS units in the voluntary pool), aims at introducing RPAS modules to the voluntary pool of response capacities. To date, traditional means of situational/needs assessment provided by experts on the ground are inherently time consuming, and entailed high capital and operational expenditure. In most cases, access to disaster affected regions might be too dangerous to humans altogether. Undoubtedly, RPAS units can be of great help under these situations since they can offer a plethora of functionalities that are valuable for the breadth of the operation cycle of emergency response units. These benefits have already been observed over the last several years by first-responder organizations and LEAPFROG aims at introducing an RPAS module in the voluntary pool to offer these capabilities to requesting EU Member States.