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Gene Chambliss demonstrates the basics of operating a small drone aircraft.

Remote controlled aircraft now much more than toys

GENE CHAMBLISS

Gene Chambliss first became interested in remote controlled aircraft about 35 years ago when his parents bought him a gas-powered, remote controlled Cessna 172.

“After that I was pretty much hooked on remote control aircraft of one type or another,” Chambliss said.

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