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Charles Latshaw (clat*@*ail.com)

I’m a Part 107 licensed drone pilot. I earn income from selling my drone photography. I live in the American West and generally fly remote, unpopulated areas of Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, and Arizona. I

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dpeach (dpea*@*ail.com)

I have been very interested in RC aircraft since I got my ham (amateur radio) license 25 years ago. I was fascinated by the great planes and stunts that I saw demonstrated at various events.

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Snyder (bksn*@*wtc.net)

Flying matters to me for the following reasons: Story: We lost our oldest son (26 years old) to suicide and this took a great toll on our family. In an effort to strengthen our family

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Ken Roszel (kros*@*ger.edu)

My main concern is that new regulations would discourage new club members and in turn cause a negative impact on the economic health of the industry that supplies (supports) the sport. It may be just

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(bece*@*ail.com)

I want to fly my model aircraft free of the stress of FAA breathing down my nose on a field. Drones and RC planes are such different aircraft that need to be defined separately correctly.

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(sean*@*ail.com)

There are much bigger concerns the FAA should be occupied with such as unregistered powered paragliders or home made rockets (manned and unmaneed) that could lead to death or injury to operators and civilians on

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Ed Spencer (eesp*@*aol.com)

I love building and learning from this hobby. I started flying with cheap drones too nice ones with good cameras too building which led into using 3D printers to make stuff for the drones to

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Quentin

Quentin James (fpvr*@*ail.com)

Je suis Francais et je suis pour l’identification des drones, pour la sécurité, il faut une application international pour juste s’identifier en mode anonyme pour les users. Après, il faudra faire comme en France, tout

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Tom Thurn (xhyd*@*ail.com)

As a senior there are less and less outside activities that I can do. Flying small electric airplanes at a local park or school, is one of the things seniors can do. There are no

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Alex

Alex Hunter (k7aj*@*ail.com)

My father taught me to fly when I was 12 years old, in 1995. I’ve been flying for 25 now, and I still fly with my dad weekly. I have over 35 airworthy models now.

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Oliver Slade (oliv*@*ail.com)

I’ve been flying model airplanes fora couple years and couldn’t imagine if all of these laws were enacted how it would effect my hobby. These laws could make this hobby financially unsustainable which would make

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Davy

Chase Burge (myst*@*ail.com)

I have been flying quadcopters since I was 8 started with cheap Walmart ones and I now own 4 5-inch carbon fiber quadcopter’s, 2 tiny whoops, 1 3-inch carbon fiber quadcopter, 1 tribade copter, and

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