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Aaron

Aaron Garmon (garm*@*ail.com)

Flying has been the primary medium in which my relationship with my father has been formed. Aviation is the inspiration for my creativity in a wide range of subject matter. The freedom it gives, and

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(kent*@*son.com)

Flying matters to me a lot. I have suffered from clinical depression for many years. Often not leaving my house for months at a time. Flying has has impacted my life in a positive way.

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Robert McLean (rmcl*@*ska.com)

Building and flying my models is therapeutic. It is one of the few areas where I can be somewhat creative on an affordable scale. I love the Challenge of the build and then the satisfaction

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Josh

Josh (swin*@*ail.com)

I have been flying model aircraft of various types for approximately 30 years and have never, not once, had a saftey issue, problem or even complaint from another person. Designing, building and flying is not

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Peter Rupert (paru*@*ail.com)

I began flying RC when I moved into my new home with property over an acre. Flight Test inspired me to become creative with my aircraft so I make regular adjustments to both my plane

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Henry Ternent (hank*@*ail.com)

Flying rc aircraft has brought my family a lot of enjoyment. We have the most fun flying quads. I’m an old man with little kids well not so little no. I’m 62 years old and

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Patrick

Patrick Ellison (patk*@*omm.net)

I have been dreaming about flying for many years. And as I get older with more time, I am enjoying building planes and learning about flight. Combining my skills with ham radio, It helps me

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Cody Kistler (cbki*@*ail.com)

After getting into the hobby I have learned so much about programming, electronics, engineering and the various uses of UAS. So much so that I left the active duty military to pursue advanced schooling at

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Ken S. (kens*@*ail.com)

I’ve been a long time amateur flyer ranging from model airplanes and helicopters in the 90s and now multi-rotors. I do think some form of active identification of drones and remote pilots is required, especially

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