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Bob Albach (ralb*@*ail.com)

I have always been interested in Aviation and Flight. While I am not a commercial pilot I served in the USAF for 24 years in the field of Aircraft Maintenance. Over that time I developed

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Scott Eldridge (revo*@*ail.com)

As an EAA pilot and a rancher, I sometimes use my aircraft (RC) to check barbed-wire fence lines for myself and sometimes my neighbors. I check my deer herd via the same, find location(s) of

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Flying to me is carrying on on long family tradition. My grandpa started as a young man in the early days of free flight. My Father spent many days in his youth flying with his

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Ifeanyi Okpalobi (ifes*@*ail.com)

I fly acrobatic/racing multirotor aircrafts. For me it is a community that I have built hundreds of friendships through and it is a great way to relieve stress at a relatively cheap cost with no

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Greg D. (dron*@*ace.net)

I have enjoyed learning about electronics, software development, and flight capabilities from this hobby. It is a joy to fly around my property and in community common grounds and view the scenery from above. Learning

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Geoffrey Machin (gmac*@*ton.edu)

I’m a certified commercial pilot who got into aviation initially through model aviation. I’ve flown models ever since I was little, and while I do so primarily for personal enjoyment, I also strongly feel that

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Building, setting up and flying your own fpv drone is a very rewarding experience for anyone. I have great satisfaction in teaching/helping a number of children on building and setting up their drones, it is

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eric evans (poor*@*hoo.com)

I am a single working father that used model aviation as a vessel to connect with and teach my son technical, social, and family skills that I felt would benefit him and his family to

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