This section is currently being updated. Over 6000 surveys have been submitted so far.

Dave O (dave*@*hoo.com)

I enjoy flying – it is a great hobby that has taught me a lot. Now I share that with students at the university where I work. The proposed new regulations would not let the

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Don C (bigc*@*ail.com)

My Father was a combat pilot during WWII, Korea and Vietnam. I didn’t take that path, but aviation has always been in my blood. There is nothing better for a man than building something, the

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Mike D (mike*@*ems.com)

My job is to design and build commercial heavy lift multirotors. Remote ID gets us closer to BVLOS and other things that make the commercial side of things much more effective. As a hobbyist, I

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Joe (jgdy*@*hoo.com)

Remote ID and registration requirements are not appropriate for FPV style drones. These are drones that are built and rebuilt constantly. Most responsible pilots look for remote uninhabited areas to try out new tricks and

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Ron Ron (bowt*@*hoo.com)

Flying for me is a stress reliever. I can hang out at the flying field with a few buddies and just have a good time. I’ve been flying safely for the past 10 years and

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chuck graves (warb*@*hoo.com)

I’ve been flying RC MODEL AIRCRAFT for decades. I have NEVER had and incident, always fly at designated flying sites, approved by the AMA. Let the AMA govern us, DO NOT lump fixed wing MODEL

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Ken (ken@*@*hee.com)

I have been flying model airplanes since 1957. At one time I lived in a city with a model airplane club which flew on an active general aviation airport without no ill effects. I have

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

I’ve made friends I wouldn’t otherwise have met thanks to flying, and gotten outside almost every weekend instead of staying in and being sedentary. I’ve learned how to solder electronics and how to do basic

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I fly with a group of people that manly fly FPV and usually at or below the tree line, sometime popping out and climbing 50ft above treeline. We are in no way posing any danger

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Eric Hvinden (efh7*@*ink.com)

Been Flying R/C aircraft for 45 years. Sailplanes, GAS, Electric, and Drones. Most/All of my flying is line-of-site and under 400 foot altitude. I don’t believe a REMOTEID would benefit anyone with those restrictions. I

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