Author: AMA Staff

Model Aviation contributor Terry Dunn published his insight concerning registration on

AMA Member Terry Dunn’s wrote an article for titled “What You Should Know about FAA’s Plans for Drone Registration.” Terry spent 15 years as an engineer at the Johnson Space Center. He is now a freelance writer living in Lubbock, Texas. While Terry is an AMA member and active […]

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AMA Discusses Concerns About Drone Registration with Popular Science Magazine

AMA talks with Popular Science Magazine about concerns with the drone registration process. These recommendations, as written, would make the registration process an unnecessary and unjustified burden to our members. If a registration process is required, aircraft weighing 250 grams easily belong in the toy category. Also the capability of […]

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AMA testifies about model aircraft safety to California

Rich Hanson, AMA government and regulatory affairs director, joins fire, law enforcement, emergency management personnel, NASA, the media, and DJI to testify about the proper use of sUAS’s in California. The meeting was held in Sacrament, California on August 18, 2015 at the California Joint Legislative Committee on Emergency Management […]

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