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Pete Miles (pete*@*

I fly to have fun with fellow pilots we hold events to get more people interested in our hobby. Safety is our first concern. Multi-rotor aircraft should be different then fix wing aircraft where constant

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Jacob Helber (jhel*@*

Flying is a passion. Not only is the flying fun, but so is the process of building something and then watching it fly. Along with that, I have made friendships throughout the hobby that will

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ScrimdogFPV (dean*@*

Flying my fpv multirotors has changed my life for the better the freedom it has allowed me to achieve has had a knock on affect for my whole family (wife/kids) you just have to watch

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Some people play golf, some race cars etc. My hobby-pastime-sanity outlet is building and flying model airplanes

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Ronnie Espolt (airs*@*

I started as a child in model aviation. From skills learn I own a aerospace machine shop. Manufacturing many parts for aircraft and space programs. Employed and trained others for skilled job placement. In retirement

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Michael Batson (Meba*@*

Flying is in my blood. I move it very much. I’ve been in and around aircraft my whole life but financially and I am unable to obtain my full scale license until recently so RC

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Ira Hughes (ira@*@*

I fly for both fun and for commercial purposes. I believe that the multirotor platform offers us many advancements in aeronautics we have yet to discover and a new way to interact with the space

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Richard Joy (rich*@*

Its my main hobby/passion in my retirement and I really look forward to introducing the wonderful world of model aviation to my 2 year old grandson when he is older.

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Arthur (stea*@*

Flying makes empty my head and makes me relax. It also is an excellent method not to start drinking again ?‰ Flying with friends makes it a wonderful life

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