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Feb 25, 2020, 02:24 PM
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Originally Posted by 2400RDR
Well if someone says you're over 400 AGL, just tell them you're not- it's actually 399 AGL and it's an alternative fact. Kellyanne told me.
Yap, the ground just jumped a few feet up....

Im also curious about the actual control procedure. Although we’re not that tight here in Germany....yet....

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Feb 25, 2020, 05:49 PM
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I'll leave you with one piece of knowledge: The DoD will come down hard on you the second a marine thinks he saw a model too close to his F-18. It is not worth the risk in that particular area, and frankly if you are flying a model at that field close to 400', within the new regulatory environment, I would make sure you are willing to lose the airplane in the event of an emergency.

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