Patrick Sherman of Roswell Flight Test Crew shares beginner tips of how to fly first-person view (FPV).

An inside look at how RC transmitters work
By Gerry Yarrish Photos By Pete Hall

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.

A tutorial from the RC Geek on how he made detail antennas and pitot tubes on his Jet Hangar Mirage IIIRS. They're easy details to make and always add extra dimensions to any model.

One of the most challenging and admired maneuvers in all of aerobatics is the rolling circle.

The FAASTeam Representative program supports the mission of the FAASTeam by promoting and fostering aviation safety.

Are you a club member wanting to introduce your hobby to a non-AMA member? Become an Introductory Pilot Instructor!

PowerPoint presentation from the FAASTeam regarding FAA guidelines and regulations for the Model Aircraft Pilot

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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.