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  • Rick Crosslin March 3, 2019
    Rick Crosslin, District Scientist in Residence at MSD Wayne Township, has received numerous awards recognizing him as a classroom teacher. His awards include 2015 TechPoint Foundation 2015 Bridge Builder Award, 2016 Creative Teaching Award Eli Lilly Foundation, a 2011 Academy of Model Aeronautics Education Outreach Appreciation Award, 2011 Society of Professional Journalism Best Medial/Science Reporting, […]
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  • What is Pattern? January 9, 2019
    AFS Top Separator: What is Pattern? Radio Controlled Precision Aerobatics is usually referred to as “Pattern” since a predetermined “Pattern” of maneuvers are flown. Some fly in a pattern competition to to try and win, but most fly to have fun and improve their flying skills. The Basics of Flying Pattern - MB Gosson, Syracuse, NY  AMA […]
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  • Camp AMA December 19, 2018
    Camp AMAJune 9th -15th, 2019 at the International Aeromodeling Center in Muncie, Indiana. Camp is open to beginner through advanced pilots ages 13-19. Learn all about flying from our award-winning instructors. Space is limited; reserve your spot early!
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  • How to Build an Indoor Catapult-Launch Glider for Science Olympiad December 10, 2018
    How to Build an Indoor Catapult-Launch Glider for Science Olympiad Note: A video that demonstrates how to build an indoor catapult launch-glider is located at the end of this article. This particular indoor catapult-launch glider was originally designed for use in the 2013 Science Olympiad challenge, but it makes a great glider for anyone.   View the 2019 Science Olympiad […]
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  • A Beginner's Guide to Control Line December 9, 2018
    AFS Top Separator:  Written by Allen BrickhausLearn more about the art of circle flyingHow-toAs seen in the May 2014 issue of Model Aviation.  The Control Line modeling community has seen an influx of young novice pilots come into the hobby, plus older adults who have either returned to the circles from RC or jumped into […]
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  • The 65th Annual Toledo Show R/C Expo November 7, 2018
    The Toledo Show: R/C Model Expo is North America’s largest and longest running R/C model expo. This three day event showcases all types of R/C models including planes, cars, and boats. Along with the all the exhibitors there is a R/C model competition, speakers, swap shop, and an auction. This event is fun for the […]
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  • AMA Scholarships November 7, 2018
    AMA ScholarshipsApproximately $40,000 is available, in endowments and scholarships, to be distributed in various amounts on the basis of AMA modeling activities, scholastic achievement, and citizenship achievement.
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  • How Do I Apply for a Day Waiver? September 27, 2018
    AFS Top Separator: Did you know that most of the Part 107 waivers submitted to the FAA are Daylight Waivers? As on June 2018, over 90% of waivers are disapproved. The AMA, in conjunction with Alaris Unmanned Systems, is committed to increasing the waiver approval rate for our members who conduct flight under Part 107. In […]
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  • AMA Expo West August 27, 2018
    AMA Expo West will be the largest radio-control model and hobby event! We are at a new location with all-new events taking place. AMA Expo West features outdoor flying, drone racing, RC cars and trucks, trains, a boat pond, night flying, full-scale flyovers and 105,000 sq. ft. of exhibit space! Get your tickets now at […]
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  • UAS4STEM Drone Challenge August 26, 2018
    UAS4STEM Drone ChallengeIntroducing a drone STEM program from the Academy of Model Aeronautics, UAS4STEM!
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