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.

The Science Guy, Bill Kuhl, describes his background in model aviation and explains why he still flies wind-up airplanes.

Use the AMA Club Charter search tool to find a club near you.

The Fly RC Staff from Fly RC Magazine explain how to hold a club pylon race.

An eleven year old boy tells his story of how he became involved with the hobby of flying model aircraft.

Are you interested in teaching others how to safely fly small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS)? If so, read the tips in this article to get started.

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Control Line (CL) model aviation can trace its roots back to the early tethered experiments of Victor Tatin, whose compressed-air powered model was flown round-the-pole in 1879. In the 1920s and 1930s aeromodelers began to take this a step further and actually try and control their whip and powered aircraft in flight. Learn more here!