The AMA has developed recommended duties and responsibilities for its Leader Members (LM) to best serve its members, clubs and programs. This article explains the vital role that a Leader Member plays in the AMA community.

Tony Stillman discusses an issue that an AMA club experienced regarding insurance coverage for flying sites.

When using public transportation to travel with your model aircraft, it is important to know the specific laws that the United States Transportation Security Administration enforces. This article discusses these specific laws and provides recommendations for traveling with your model aircraft.

This article contains information about the benefits of hosting a community event through your AMA club while supporting a charitable organization.

Donald W. Brooks explains how to remain safe when experiencing high-risk attitudes while building model aircraft.

Dave Scott discusses how emphasizing quality over quantity, focusing on proficiency and helping students practice correctly can help one become a more effective instructor.

Getting a flying site remains a matter of local people locating a suitable piece of ground and then making the correct approach to the owners/administrators.

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The first mass produced model airplane engine was designed and built by 16-year old Bill Brown, Jr. His friend, Maxwell Bassett designed model aircraft to test the engines. In 1933, flying with a gas engine, Max won the Mulvihill, Cabin model Stout, and the Moffeft International Trophy because the rules did not yet stipulate the type of power.