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Mike V (mike*@*ail.com)

I use to be real bad on drugs..I got clean 6 years ago.. I found drones and fell in love it’s my new addiction!! I have something that keeps me busy if that’s building them

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David Hutnik (davi*@*ail.com)

This hobby for me has created a great friendship, a new knowledge about building things and learning new skills. This is more of a stress relief then anything. This hobby is a big deal and

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Angus Day (angu*@*ail.com)

Flying model planes that I have tuned or built around a flying field is therapeutic. It causes joy and stimulates growth. Even the cattle in the feed lot next to the field are impressed by

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John

John (jcin*@*ail.com)

There is great personal accomplishment and growth that comes with building, learning, and flying drones. Flying really motivates me to get outside and explore, and connect with like minded individuals who love to share the

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Chris Mouw (c.mo*@*hoo.com)

I never actually had a hobby that I was excited about everyday. I dream about flying. I thrive in being able to build my own quadcopter and airplanes. Picking out motors and other components, designing

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Aaron Albitz (aalb*@*ier.com)

Flying and building is important to me because it teaches me, pushes me to learn, helps me to socialize with many people around the world. I have made many friends through this hobby. I also

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(alex*@*ail.com)

This is my personal time when I can enjoy the hobby and be with myself. When I can study new technologies and try them. When I can teach my kids about drones and they help

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Tom Hastie (tom.*@*ail.com)

Model aircraft turned into a career for me. I am now a full scale pilot and have a degree in aeronautical engineering and work in the industry because of it.

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Curtis Stofer (curt*@*ail.com)

I started flying model airplanes with my dad when I was around 12 or so. Flying models for us is partly for fun and partly a form of practice for flying real airplanes which I

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Andy Ciordia (andy*@*abs.com)

I’m 43, my son is 9. We build our own aircraft and fly them at areas that have low to no population. We educate others that ask, we educate others at programs for schools. These

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Keith

Keith Palazzola (sebb*@*ail.com)

I have flown and built commercial hybrid electric uas. I also fly for fun and sport. The FAA is overreaching as these smaller aircraft pose no threat as seen by fatalities and incidence, as recorded

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