If you know a good place to display this flyer, please click on the image below to download the .pdf and print one out and post it for us. Thanks!
The Indy RC South training program will start back up on Tuesday, June 16th. It will be available Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6:00 pm until dark, weather permitting.
The following (4) club members have agreed to provide flight instruction as we navigate our way through the remainder of this COVID-19 pandemic:
- Duane Wright
- Dean Anderson
- Gary Wild
- Jerry Bunner
Please contact these Instructors with any questions or to arrange for additional training sessions.
The Indy RC South club flying field remains OPEN during the pandemic.
While there please practice social distancing and stay at least 6 feet from other flyers. In addition, be sure to clean/sanitize your hands after touching common touch points, e.g., gates/locks, tables, porta-potty, etc.
If the road/field are too soft/muddy due to recent rains, please stay off of them until they dry out to prevent damage to them.
Thank you for your cooperation!
Attention Indy RC South club members…
For renewals paid no later than Dec 31st:
$ 80.00 Regular member
$ 40.00 Junior member (<20)
$ 120.00 Family Membership
Renewals paid on Jan 1st or later will incur a $10 late fee.
Please mail them to:
Doug Gifford, 3654 Bellmore Dr., Brownsburg, IN 46112
Check out the following link for an insightful video on why we fly by Robert Gough, aka Capt Mavic.
Check out the following link for information how how to safely fly “drones”, which includes both multi-rotors and fixed-wing aircraft:
If you want to fly any RC aircraft (over 0.55 lbs – 250 grams) in the National Airspace, you will need to register with the FAA. Info on registration is located here – https://faadronezone.faa.gov/#/
The AMA website has a nice summary of the Know Before You Fly information, located here – http://www.modelaircraft.org/aboutama/govkbyf.aspx
Thanks to Robert Gough for sharing this link for wind conditions: