UAS by the Numbers

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Gonsky
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UAS by the Numbers

Postby Gonsky » Tue Feb 18 2020, 04:04

Wow deleted again, must be an internal issue with BS.

Correct. The ban function wasn't employed early enough. We apologise for the internal issue. Mod.
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pohm1
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Re: UAS by the Numbers

Postby pohm1 » Tue Feb 18 2020, 06:17

If you were in a nightclub, I think the bouncers would have been over by now.
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Re: UAS by the Numbers

Postby zzodr » Tue Feb 18 2020, 06:26

pohm1 wrote:If you were in a nightclub, I think the bouncers would have been over by now.



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Re: UAS by the Numbers

Postby godfather007 » Tue Feb 18 2020, 10:41

Droneslapper may be the appropriate place for such bander. BTW, no disrespect intended to the legitimate drone operators!
Last post that I can see on that site was 30.04.19
Maybe there is something in that for all of us and Gregory to read into.
Some people like Gregory who can’t drive real machinery like to feel included somehow even if they can have a go at driving a remote control version, with the addition of attempting to self promote their financial investment on this site.
I still see many other manned aircraft being flown by hands on pilots around me everyday.
It’s a little bit too early to try and spread fear to hands on Pilots by statistics from OS here in AUS.

I’m happy to discuss issues with drone operators on such topics of separation, radio procedures and general chit chat on how we can eliminate exchanging paint with each other and work in harmony.

GF

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