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Automatic Collision Avoidance Technology (ACAT) is a program that was developed to improve and transition automatic collision avoidance technologies throughout the aviation industry. ACAT is designed to prevent a ground collision for fully functional aircraft by automatically taking control of the aricraft and flying it away from the ground.

Aviation enthusiasts will love this Emmy award-winning documentary. Convenient segments also make it ideal for educators who want to bring aspects of flight into the classroom.

The AMA proudly supports Science Olympiad. One of the 2014 events is to create a rubber powered helicopter. This video shows how to bend a wire thrust bearing.

View a demonstration of how to fly and trim an indoor catapult-launch glider! Hosted by AMA members Rick Crosslin and Tom Sanders.

View a demonstration of how to build an indoor catapult-launch glider! Hosted by AMA members Rick Crosslin and Tom Sanders. Plans, a material list and instructions that describe how to build an indoor catapult-launch glider are included with this video.

AMA member Clarence Ragland shares the Ragland Technique, his approach to teaching a completely new pilot how to fly independently in a very short time.

Painting foam board can be challenging. Here are a few tips for getting the best results when painting your foam board aircraft.

Dave Gee, a member of the AMA Education Committee, illustrates how to modify a Sky Streak.

Nick Maxwell, an AMA Youth Ambassador and world-famous Team Futaba pilot, shows you how to execute Horizontal Funnels with your helicopter!

Leonardo da Vinci would have been fascinated by the work of scientists from the University of Maryland who recently took a major step toward artificial bird-like flight.

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