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Ethan Smith (port*@*ail.com)

Being fully enveloped in this hobby has taught me so much in electronics, programming, 3d design, physics, radio frequency, problem solving, positive interactions with others, opened me up more to travel, video editing, videography &

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Jack K. (theo*@*ail.com)

Flying matters to me because it is a wonderful hobby full of wonderful people that help each other out and gives me a place to put all of my tinkering energy.

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mikoel remele (miko*@*ail.com)

One public park I go down to is where the all the retires meetup every morning to fly. It’s fun to listen to their story’s. The cost of transponders and cellular data would be a

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Larry

Larry Markey (larr*@*ber.com)

I have been flying model aircraft for 65 years. I have flown in local and national contests I have over 100 aircraft in flying condition with some over 50 years old. I fly line of

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(gsde*@*ail.com)

flying drone gives me the idea of flying in the sky. it’s just a hobby(perhaps it could be innovative to something in somehow in the future), no need to much regulations to the hobby.

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Robert

Robert Forrester (rlfo*@*ail.com)

I am 51 years old and started flying racing drones in 2019. I am also a Boy Scout leader using drones for education and entertainment. I love the personal challenge to improve my skills and

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David

David Beardsley (dabe*@*ail.com)

I fly LOS model sailplanes (gliders) that are launched to altitude with an electric motor, specifically FAI F5J competition models. I was the team manager for the 2010 FAI F3J USA World Championship team that

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David Roberts (davi*@*h3d.com)

I’ve personally taught over 100 people to fly model aircraft. Several have gone on to fly commercial aircraft as a profession, several have gone on to be better students from the discipline they’ve learned from

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(keen*@*ail.com)

I have built my own multirotors since 2014 and haven’t slowed down since. I am deeply concerned about the detrimental impact that this will have on uas as a whole. It is making it nearly

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Ron (mayl*@*aol.com)

Something needs to be done if the sky’s are going to be crowded with drones but the average person that flies line of site with batteries that last less than 10 minutes should be excluded.

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(cras*@*ail.com)

FPV tough me about Gyro technology, PID control systems, signal filtering, electronic architecture, physics, aeridinamic, data transmission via radio waves, video editing, music editing, Soldering, and many more very useful things. And still, that is

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