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Donnie Eudy (xx40*@*aol.com)

I have been flying for 40 years and would like to keep doing so with out all the extra cost I am on a fixed income and can not afford the extra cost would have

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L Stayton (lees*@*ail.com)

### I enjoy the challenge of taking a design from drafting board to takeoff. I value the freedom to experiment with different flight forms and modes. I enjoy sharing my sport with others, particularly youth,

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(quin*@*dim.com)

Flying is the one hobby that I enjoy doing. I’m able to get aerial shots with my GoPro. The Government shouldn’t be restricting our freedom to fly.

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Darren (myhr*@*ail.com)

Regulations should only apply to RTF Quadcopters with GPS, such as those so called pilots that head to Best Buy and buys a DJI or similar without any education or flight experience. These are the

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(ifly*@*bal.net)

Flying matters to me because I get to take my innovative mind airborne that creates pleasure, challenge, accomplishment and relaxation that I cannot get in any other form of a hobby. I apply physics, put

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(pwit*@*ast.net)

My father taught my brother and I to fly planes from free flight to RC. Now my brother and I still fly and socialize. I have a bachelors degree in electrical engineering and a masters

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(jmsp*@*ail.com)

I started model making with my father in 1946 at the age of seven and this led me into engineering as a career. I became a chartered engineer with a large oil company and earned

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David

David Hall (hall*@*ail.com)

As a recreational flyer, and sometime builder, I am concerned that the proposed regulations will create higher costs, loss of flying sites, and make recreational flying more difficult. I fly gliders, and frequently fly above

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