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

(ared*@*ail.com)

I live in a rural area, city pop est 2500, county 10k max. Low rolling hills -southeast corner of the Ozarks. Wifi coverage is limited to residential areas only, and cell coverage is nonexistent in

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(dan.*@*ail.com)

Democratization of aerial data collection. Everything including but not limited to STEM education, environmental monitoring/advocacy, civic engagement, humanitarian work, innovation, and more will suffer if the currently proposed rule goes through – which created large

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(k4kf*@*ail.com)

I’ve learned a great deal from being able to freely modify/test inexpensive aircraft. Although most of mine are fairly small, I do have one fully-autonomous quadcopter and one full-manual ~3ft wingspan plane. The fully autonomous

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Keith Parker (nosp*@*ans.com)

I’m 63, and I have been flying models off and on since I was 12. I feel these proposed regulations will severely suppress the enthusiasm and education opportunities for a great many model, and full

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Geoffrey Shapiro (gspe*@*hoo.com)

Field distance increases from 3 min to 30 min making hobby not feasible during late fall/winter (light restrictions) and burdensome due to distance Current field (approved city park) is in a location without cellular access.

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Rich East (rec@*@*nhi.com)

I started flying model air planes when I was 8/9 years old. today I am 80 years old. Today I am building a model air plane waiting for the snow to leave the flying site.

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John Thomas (kool*@*ail.com)

I’m 68 years old and have always loved aviation. Unfortunately eye sight has restricted me from becoming a commercial pilot. To fulfill my love of aviation I have been a model aviator ever since I

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(tera*@*ail.com)

These regulations are crippling hobby and educational flying with undue complexity and uncertainty. The future of our country depends on stimulating the interest of our children in the sciences and to pursue careers in the

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m h (matt*@*ail.com)

I could write a book on this topic, so I will just write what I think is the most important thing about the hobby of building and flying aircraft. My entire family (me, wife and

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Nick Gust (ng01*@*ail.com)

RC thought me so much growing up. I attribute it to helping me become an engineer. By adding regulations it’s going to be even harder for young pilots to get into the hobby and could

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(pott*@*hoo.com)

We need some rules and some processes to educate new pilots while still maintaining the freedom we have at the moment. Anything under 1kg should be exempt from dedicated identification hardware. We should rather invest

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Bob Lasky (lext*@*mac.com)

Have enjoyed flying gliders and planes for years. Very, relaxing after work to head to the park a fly a glider. Always asked question about them at parks. Nice to see kids take an interest

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