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[size=1.1]It is once again mandatory for drone owners to register their UAV with the FAA. The registration revival is part of the 2018 National Defense Authorization Act, which was signed by President Trump on Tuesday, according to CNET.
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[size=1.1]The National Defense Authorization Act, which was found on Congress.Gov, stated the following:
[size=1.1]“Restoration Of Rules For Registration And Marking Of Unmanned Aircraft.—The rules adopted by the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration in the matter of registration and marking requirements for small unmanned aircraft (FAA-2015-7396; published on December 16, 2015) that were vacated by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in Taylor v. Huerta (No. 15-1495; decided on May 19, 2017) shall be restored to effect on the date of enactment of this Act.”
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FAA drone registration history
[size=1.1]On December 2015, drone operators had to register their UAV with the FAA. It took two more years before someone challenged the FAA and won a case against them. By July 2017, the FAA started accepting refunds and gave drone owners the option to erase user information from their database.
Where to register
[size=1.1]For new pilots or those who opted for a refund, they can register their drone through the FAA’s official site. Be careful of other websites that claim to offer drone registration; those sites aren’t legit.
Previously registered drones may still be valid
[size=1.1]For those who previously registered their drone and did not opt for a refund, their registration number is still valid. Drone pilots may also double check their drone status on the FAA’s official site by logging in with their email and password. Once pilots log in, click on “Model Aircraft under Section 336” or “Small Unmanned Aircraft under Part 107.” To verify that their drone is still registered, pilots can find their registration number on the right side of the screen.
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[size=1.1]The bill did not add another drone rule; it is just a restoration of the FAA’s previous UAV registration requirement.






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2017-12-21
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M.C. Pilot
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Hold on is this some kind of spam?  multiple threads...yikes
2017-12-21
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Phantom One
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Appears to be true;

The following;

(d) Restoration of rules for registration and marking of unmanned aircraft.—The rules adopted by the Administrator of the Federal Aviation Administration in the matter of registration and marking requirements for small unmanned aircraft (FAA-2015-7396; published on December 16, 2015) that were vacated by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit in Taylor v. Huerta (No. 15-1495; decided on May 19, 2017) shall be restored to effect on the date of enactment of this Act.

Can be found here;

https://www.congress.gov/bill/11 ... 10%22%5D%7D&r=1
2017-12-21
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Phantom One
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Apparently it was effective Dec 12, 2017

http://federaldroneregistration.com/registrationform
2017-12-21
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Mark The Droner
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Is there a head-slap Emoticon?  
2017-12-21
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ALABAMA
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One hand on bottle, the other on keyboard.
2017-12-21
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Genghis9
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I'm not buying it...
Something seems to be missing
While I can believe the FAA will try this again, I don't think the court order can be dismissed without either addressing the courts challenges to the rule OR making a completely new rule that meets the courts design.  Also, if memory serves, this must also apply to RC aircraft of any type, not just "drones" which was part of the problem with the first rule and why it was rejected by the courts.
So far nothing I'm seeing seems to show any of that has been addressed or defined.
Sooooo I'll just keep going as if nothing has changed, not sticking my head in the ground but I am hoping that if I ignore it, it will go away
2017-12-21
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Phantom One Posted at 2017-12-21 15:44
Apparently it was effective Dec 12, 2017

http://federaldroneregistration.com/registrationform

THIS IS NOT A FEDERAL WEBSITE NOR IS IT OFFICIAL!
2017-12-21
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Hello there, it seems you have posted many duplicated threads. I've deleted the others, please kindly note and understand.
2017-12-21
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Thanks Susan. Yeah we probably need 'Thor-like sledgehammer' emoticon for the spam alerts ?
2017-12-22
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hmmmm might be too big of a hammer?


2017-12-22
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Check more aviation faa airfraime and powerplant information
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