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Link to Comments Section for UAS Task Force

Discussion in 'News' started by Tricky, Oct 22, 2015.

  1. Tricky

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    Regulations.gov

    Already about 23 comments....and climbing. Mostly against registration period.
    Mod feel free to move if someone else posted...I couldn't find any.
     
  2. Amdx64

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    Link doesn't work
     
  3. johnp44

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    It worked for me. Try again.
     
  4. SteveMann

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    From the FAA:

    November 3 – The Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) Registration Task Force completed its first day of work. FAA Administrator Michael Huerta kicked off the Task Force with remarks that outlined the group's objectives and expectations. The FAA briefed participants on the current statutory requirements and international obligations for aircraft registration before the group began initial discussions on a streamlined registration process and minimum requirements for UAS that need to be registered. The Task Force will continue deliberating tomorrow.
     
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    Not working
     
  6. SteveMann

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    The link works. There are 1,762 comments.
     
  7. QuadcopterFL

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    I read a few comments, the one I liked brought up model rockets. I thought it was interesting that the point that was made, was in short...once they go up, there is zero control and they fly much higher than any UAS, seems like this would be a greater risk to aircraft than a UAS. With that said, at least we have control over our birds and have options available to track and stay out of controlled airspace.
     
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