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William Blocker (will*@*ail.com)

I am an FPV pilot who primarily builds and flys racing drones for my recreational hobby. Flying matters to me for many reasons, but I will shortly name a few. First, it is a relaxing

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Aaron Moody (leap*@*ail.com)

I’ve been flying for over twenty years. The hobby was passed down from my father and I hope to pass it on to my children. Flying RC is what sparked my interest in aviation and

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Maxwell

Maxwell Witt (wmax*@*ail.com)

I have been building model aircraft since I was a young child, and now over 20 years later, I credit my early interest in model aircraft as very important to my current career as a

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John

John Hayes (snhr*@*msn.com)

I have been flying for 50 years. This hobby/sport is completely safe when flying visual line of sight and employing see and avoid for full scale aircraft. I fly 1/4 scale as well as competition

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Marc Fridley (marc*@*hoo.com)

RC flight has given me and my son an outlet to explore technology, build a skill set he is proud and talented at, and something that we can both share together. We have met people

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(rgab*@*ail.com)

Flying is currently my social interaction activity. I often go to the local flying field / events even if I am not flying. Regulations beyond requiring membership to a CBO will in all likelihood, not

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Jody King (jody*@*ail.com)

This is how I escape from the pressures of life. I use it as a way to interact and teach my kids responsibility, troubleshooting, and various other STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) activities.

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Tim

Tim Lamon (fast*@*hoo.com)

My father taught me to fly and still fly with him and my son at a local club field almost weekly. Fixed wing is mainly what we fly and abide by the rules and regulations.

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