Motors can be fun, but it can be thrilling to soar without one. Soaring becomes a “game,” testing your skill in a constantly changing aerial environment. This experience is quite different from using gas or battery power.
Does your club have a Flight Training Program in place? Here you will find a collection of Flight Training Manuals we've received from several clubs. These are a great resource for developing your own!
AMA Day Camp is a resource for our education outreach volunteers, as well as any model aviation educator or club that is seeking guidance. Here you will find ideas, activities, and suggestions on how to deliver and promote our education outreach program at home, in the classroom, or out on the flying field!
Hosting a club open house is a great way to get the community involved in model aviation!
THE RC GEEK From the Bench Tips for Making Your Own Aircraft Markings
I've had requests to talk more about how I make markings so put this together. I plan to go step by step once I'm to the point of making markings for our F4D Skyray project.
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Friday, January 6, 2017 to Sunday, January 8, 2017
Flying model aircraft enthusiasts and anyone interested in radio-controlled aircraft and aviation are encouraged to attend the premier exposition for model aviation, AMA Expo 2017, hosted by the Academy of Model Aeronautics January 6-8 at the Ontario Convention Center in Ontario, CA. Families and hobbyists can shop more than 100 model aircraft manufacturers, see flying demonstrations, listen to guest speakers and learn how to get started in this fun activity.
The Plymouth Motor Corporation sponsored a large modeling contest called the International Model Plane Contest from 1947 to 1952. The competition brought young men from all over the country to compete in Detroit for a dazzling array of trophies.