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Josh Parrish (reco*@*ail.com)

Part of local Stem program on electronics and aviation also love the freedom of the hobby, which also helps my depression and ability to make friends, plus meeting new good people.

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Michael Morgan (harm*@*ail.com)

I am a retired engineer that supports R/C hobbyists and students in my rural area. As a learning tool R/C aircraft are excellent. Aerodynamics, electronics, software, mechanical skills, group skills and more. I feel it

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Sebastian (koss*@*mail.de)

setting long range and FPV in the same category in the second to last question is not really a good idea. Long range is something where I would see remote ID as maybe neccessary. for

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Tyler Smock (rclo*@*ail.com)

I’ve flown drones all my life and frankly, trying to enforce something like this hobby, at this magnitude, is absurd. It is just going to creat bigger issues trying to make everyone have remote ID.

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(adri*@*ail.com)

Flying models too me has been a big part of my life since I was very young. The dream was always to do like in står wars flying through the woods or down the death

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Jason Harper (qwar*@*ail.com)

I fly for fun, never put anyone or anything in danger. Why won’t I be able to fly around my own house? These regulations are going to destroy so many people’s love for the hobby.

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Andrew Holland (andr*@*hoo.com)

Remote ID should only be required for drones flying autonomously and where a pilot is not actively paying attention to the drone. Also it should be the responsibility of the hobbyist to stay out of

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Adam Myers (turb*@*ail.com)

Flying is the number one activity that my son and I share. It allows us to spend time and bond with each other in ways no other activity does. It has also stimulated his interest

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