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Michael Mitchell (mitc*@*ail.com)

As a retiree who cannot afford golf, boating, travel, movies etc the $50 to $100 per year that I receive as gifts are specified as fun money. At present I build all my planes from

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Williams (edw1*@*ail.com)

I got back in this hobby to build things because of my background in electronics and to get my son involved. Now we fly FPV racers and he is in an aviation classes in high

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Cameron (leog*@*ail.com)

I got into the hobby when I was in 7th grade. I didn’t have enough money to buy all of the stuff for one plane all at once. It took years to get to the

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Len C (psyc*@*ail.com)

Model flying has been an important part of my relationship with my Dad since he got me involved in 1965. Even with me moving away and there being over 2,400 miles between us at times

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Randy Sena (cosp*@*ail.com)

My concerns are the the execution of remote ID actually increases the risk to flight safety and security. My position working on an Air Force base provides me a unique perspective to test The threat

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Thomas

Thomas DeWeese (thom*@*ail.com)

I started building planes with my father 40 years ago, skipping head a decade in graduate school another student got me back into it with an electric glider, (which I never got very good at

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Lex_Dysia (john*@*gmx.net)

Promotes community, stimulates thinking & problem solving. It’s can be a stepping stone / enabler to STEM participation. Generally an unobtrusive hobby with limited impact on non participants & with a negligible environmental footprint.

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Ryan

Ryan Baker (rbak*@*oud.com)

I got started with the hobby when I saw my first flite test video. This immediately hooked me and I have bought the tiny trainer, long EZ, flite test’s F-105, and the F4u Corsair. Recently

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(fake*@*ail.com)

Its the only hobby I have had for most of my life and it’s the only one I never fail to enjoy. I sincerely hope that anyone involved in the creation of these ridiculous regulations

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