Preparation and response to natural disasters is a serious logistical challenge. Significant resources are used by intergovernmental, governmental, and non-governmental organizations to prepare and respond to the effects of natural disasters. When a natural disaster occurs, such organizations mobilize resources to respond. Recently, technological advancements in autonomous, semiautonomous, and unmanned vehicles have increased the utility of such vehicles while reducing costs. The increased use of UAVs has created a new dimension to Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) operations. In real life, the use of UAVs can be beneficial in cases where rapid decisions are required or the use of manpower is limited (Boehm et al., 2017).