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Posted by Blusky1 | Oct 29, 2012 @ 06:21 PM | 7,997 Views
HD photos of FPV flight "Fire"
Gopro In auto snapshot mode.
The video of this flight can be seen in my blog.
Cant Wait to get the GP3 in Air

Posted by Blusky1 | Oct 23, 2012 @ 05:02 PM | 8,432 Views
FPV Flight 94-95 "Fire"
FPV Flight 94-95 "Fire" (2 min 45 sec)

FAA Modernization And Reform Act 2012
[H.R.658.ENR] SEC.336
Posted by Blusky1 | Oct 21, 2012 @ 10:57 AM | 8,563 Views
FPV Flight 90-93 "Higher Ground"
Winds At About 15mph Check My Trench Coat At The End Of The Video
FPV Flight 90-93 "Higher Ground" (3 min 29 sec)

FAA Modernization And Reform Act 2012
[H.R.658.ENR] SEC. 336
Posted by Blusky1 | Oct 18, 2012 @ 02:20 PM | 10,000 Views
FPV Flight 89 "Fly By Night"
FPV Flight 89 "Fly By Night" (2 min 23 sec)

FAA Modernization And Reform Act 2012
[H.R.658.ENR] SEC. 336
Posted by Blusky1 | Oct 17, 2012 @ 06:19 PM | 9,138 Views
Epic construction site maiden flight alot more
to see here will go back. Running out of daylight!
FPV Flight 88 "I Want To Fly Away" (3 min 4 sec)

FAA Modernization And Reform Act 2012
[H.R.658.ENR] SEC. 336
Posted by Blusky1 | Oct 11, 2012 @ 04:13 PM | 8,921 Views
13 More till my 100th Recorded FPV Flight!
FPV Flights 85-87 "Mr Roboto" (5 min 26 sec)

FAA Modernization And Reform Act 2012
[H.R.658.ENR] SEC. 336
Posted by Blusky1 | Oct 06, 2012 @ 06:50 PM | 6,090 Views
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012[PASSED]
Senate Bill, Section 607(g)

Exempts most model airplanes used for recreational or academic use from any UAS
regulations established by the FAA
Conference Committee Report
Senate bill with modifications… Language including model aircraft for the purposes of sports,
competitions and academic purposes is removed and replaced with ``hobby''. The modified
section includes language requiring that the model aircraft must be operated in a manner that
does not interfere with and gives way, to all manned aircraft. In addition, language that requires
that model aircraft flown within five miles of an airport will give prior notification to the airport
and the air traffic control (ATC), and that model aircraft that are flown consistently within five
miles of the ATC will do so under standing agreements with the airports and ATC. Lastly,
language is added that will ensure that nothing in this provision will interfere with the
Administrator's authority to pursue enforcement action against persons operating model aircraft
who endanger the safety of the national airspace system. In this section the term ``nationwide
community-based organization'' is intended to mean a membership based association that
represents the aeromodeling community within the United States; provides its members a
comprehensive set of safety guidelines that underscores safe aeromodeling operations within the
National Airspace System and the protection...Continue Reading