FLYING MAGAZINE BLOG: Domestic Drone Casualties

Robert Goyer

A big part of American aviation culture is threatened by the rise of drones.
Pilots of radio control models are justly concerned that increasingly drastic drone regulations might endanger their great hobby. And that matters to me and it should matter to you.

The Author's dad and brothers making repairs to a free-flight  model at the U.S. Nationals sometime in the early 1960s. Read more at https://www.flyingmag.com/blogs/going-direct/domestic-drone-casualties#I8K3gmviFBlO7UIV.99
The Author’s dad and brothers making repairs to a free-flight model at the U.S. Nationals sometime in the early 1960s.

Granted, the kinds of casualties one associates with drones are the death from above variety (most often meted out to people who deserve such a fate or worse). So in the grand scheme of things, the effect of new UAV regulations on the rights of model airplane fliers might seem trivial, but it’s not.
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