Drones are everywhere in the news, on television and even around Washington, DC. The popularity of this technology will only grow as more people take up flying unmanned aircraft, sometimes referred to as “drones,” for fun. To keep our skies safe, everyone should take the time to learn how to fly according to the appropriate guidelines and any local restrictions. I started flying control line airplanes when I was seven years old. I sold greeting cards to buy my first Cox .049 ...

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