Satire Site
Hammer Smash Fund
Have you been an unfortunate victim of someone plugging-in or over powering your video? Let’s not forget the victims of these events.

The Fund Explained…

Most if not all pilots have experienced the unfortunate act of another pilot plugging-in on the wrong channel frequency or over powering video setting. This is most times an accident and not understanding how this may effect others has caused a lot of victims.  When this happens, the effected pilots may lose their craft in an area that it may never be recovered or cause a crash with costly repairs. Let’s not forget this pilots misfortune and come up with ways to support these pilots when this happens. Remember, proper channel frequency management, pilot edict, and rule understanding will help eliminate all these unfortunate happenings and hardships.

Help Method #1

Pass around a hat before the event, race, or fun fly. Each willing pilot may donate monetary funds or spare parts. At the end of the event, these funds and/or parts are donated to the effected pilot or pilots as computation to their hardship. If after the event, these funds and/or parts are not needed, see Method #3

Help Method #2

A pilot, group of pilots, and/or vendors may help this unfortunate pilot by offering their assembly, building, and repair skills. Remember, repairs are time, and the effected pilots will need to spend his own personal time in hours of repair time.

Help Method #3

A club or event host can set up a donated monetary fund and/or parts bin that may be donated to pilots as required. Store the funds and/or parts within easily retrieval methods and hand out as required at each event, race, or fun fly.
Let’s not forget the fallen Every Drone Pilot
Satire Site
Hammer Smash Fund
Have you been an unfortunate victim of someone plugging-in or over powering your video? Let’s not forget the victims of these events.

The Fund Explained…

Most if not all pilots have experienced the unfortunate act of another pilot plugging-in on the wrong channel frequency or over powering video setting. This is most times an accident and not understanding how this may effect others has caused a lot of victims.  When this happens, the effected pilots may lose their craft in an area that it may never be recovered or cause a crash with costly repairs. Let’s not forget this pilots misfortune and come up with ways to support these pilots when this happens. Remember, proper channel frequency management, pilot edict, and rule understanding will help eliminate all these unfortunate happenings and hardships.

Help Method #1

Pass around a hat before the event, race, or fun fly. Each willing pilot may donate monetary funds or spare parts. At the end of the event, these funds and/or parts are donated to the effected pilot or pilots as computation to their hardship. If after the event, these funds and/or parts are not needed, see Method #3

Help Method #2

A pilot, group of pilots, and/or vendors may help this unfortunate pilot by offering their assembly, building, and repair skills. Remember, repairs are time, and the effected pilots will need to spend his own personal time in hours of repair time.

Help Method #3

A club or event host can set up a donated monetary fund and/or parts bin that may be donated to pilots as required. Store the funds and/or parts within easily retrieval methods and hand out as required at each event, race, or fun fly.
Let’s not forget the fallen Every Drone Pilot