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

Jeff Yoder (jffr*@*hoo.com)

I have been interested in rc flight most of my life, but it was only in recent years that I found the hobby to be affordable and within reach. This was due mostly to being

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Bob Alexander (boba*@*ail.com)

I love to fly. Flight has always been in my life. From an early age I was exposed to aircraft as my dad was an aircraft mechanic and pilot. I always had a strong desire

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Model flying gives me the chance to make and enjoy something I’ve made, my planes. It lets me create new ideas and test them out, to explore the world of flight that would otherwise be

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Captain Art (767C*@*ail.com)

My interest in aviation started with models at an early age. I am now a Captain and 35 year veteran of United Airlines with over 25,000 hours and I still fly models. There are more

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William (Rick)

William (Rick) Lingenfelter (rick*@*ail.com)

I love to fly all forms of model aircraft, from racing multi-rotors using FPV, to sailplanes, from helicopters to aerobatic fixed wing, from scale to experimental, from ready-made store-bought models to scratch built. My club

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Harold Musick (fred*@*hoo.com)

I have been flying line of sight rc aircraft for 47 years, NEVER HAD OR NEEDED REGULATED by big brother….EVER! Is all this remote ID to clear the way for Billion Dollar Companys to deliver

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T Smith (real*@*ail.com)

I am mostly a solo park flyer and adding restrictions would cause me to probably drop the hobby. I picked up a rtf model so I could get out and fly and learn. I follow

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It’s been a great hobby in the past, buidling and flying. I have always flown responsibly. I believe that proposed restrictions will in effect kill the hobby. The only model aircraft left will be commercial

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I have been wanting to build RC quadcopters, planes and the like for most of my life, and have just finished building my first drone (it flies!). The proposed FAA regulations would, of course, eliminate

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