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(cds1*@*hoo.com)

I have been flying model aircraft for almost 60 years. Starting with free flight models and moving through different control methods to today’s complex radio control and autonomous flight control. I have been designing and

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Jerry (jerr*@*nch.com)

Flying is a great time to let the stress of the day or week go. Building something and then seeing it work or fail forward to the next build and success. Is a feeling that

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(jlph*@*ail.com)

Flying allows me to bond with my sons and local friends over a fun hobby. Also allows me to explore innovative solutions in software automation. Restrictions would block innovation affecting my livelihood

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Dusty

Dusty Edmunds (gotd*@*ail.com)

Hi I fly FPV drones a total of 8 and fly fixed wing airplanes electric. Some scratch built and store bought. All to gather 15 rc models. I work full time and most weekends. With

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G Hargus (bare*@*ook.com)

Flying gives me a hobbies that is reasonably affordable and allows me to do it even though I have bad knees and a bad back. Allows me to combine several hobbies into 1. Been building

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Paul

Paul (yoge*@*zon.net)

I have been in the hobby for 40 years help a lot get is to it. It is a great way to meet people. It got me intrested in planes that then got me into

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TobyDogs

TobyDogs (stub*@*ail.com)

I am 64 y/o and have been in this hobby for 15+years. Started with building balsa kits like Sig Hog[ bipex2 builds],Sig Mini sport[ Bipe] ,Topflight Corsair,Telemaster,Herr Cub, Mini extra[modified], Greatplanes RV4-40, Greatplanes Extra 300s,

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Shawn Spears (uhau*@*hoo.com)

It allows me to spend more time teaching my children and grandchildren how to be productive citizens. The school system lacks the resources to fully educate our kids in STEM areas. Not all will take

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Gerald

Gerald Marx (gwma*@*tel.net)

Radio Controlled airplane have been my hobby since age 15. We fly our airplanes in rural, isolated locations and bother no one. Solutions proposed for urban, busy airspaces are not appropriate for our cow pasture

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Daniel W (dani*@*ail.com)

Remote ID would be fine on truly autonomous or long range aircraft, but is entirely unnecessary for anything else. Large UAS flying in occupied airspace, (ScanEagle, Predator, etc.) already have transponders, making remote ID ineffective

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(jbmo*@*mtu.edu)

The hobby was introduced to me by a neighbor, something I always wanted to participate in but didnt know anything about it or thought I could afford. He introduced me to a group from our

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