“Regulars” Make 2017 Spring Clean Up Day Happen.

No doubt about it- when you want something done right… call out “The Regulars”. In other words, the guys that do what needs to be done, when it needs to be done, on a regular basis. These guys are the bone, muscle and blood of the club, and once again, a group of them proved it by giving their all at the 2017 S.C.U.D. Kudos to Bob Schupp, who provided mixed layering material- along with the required tools to put it down- for the pit areas, tables and picnic tables. Hats off also to Dave Londin, who once again provided needed carpentry. And finally, the squadron of rakers, shovelers, sweepers and cleaners in the persons of: Ed Mulligan, Bob Bennett, Marty Bluver, Al Magnotta, Ed Dietz, Doc Vecchiotti, Joe Dellutri, Ron and Pete Daba, Dave Angilello, Mike Horton, Pete Grunthal, and Frank “Cha-Cha” Chiaia (a.k.a. “Iron Man”). They put it all together (with the assistance of an ample supply of Dunkin’ Donuts coffee and crullers) and got things ready at the field for the new flying season. Many thanks to all these guys, that made a difference!

November 17th, 2016|

Per AMA, FAA Registration Is Now Mandatory.

It’s official- as of a direct email from the AMA on 1/19/16, everyone needs to register with the Feds going forward. Accordingly, as an AMA chartered club we’re advising all members to comply with the new regs. This applies to ANY model aircraft over .55 lbs., including fixed wing, with or without FPV capability. Go to the following to register: http://registermyuas.faa.gov/. The assigned number MUST appear somewhere on your aircraft, where it can be accessed without the use of tools. We recommend under one of the wings, close to the root. Separate AMA registration numbers for each aircraft are NOT necessary- just the single number the FAA assigns you. While you’re at it, add your AMA number, which is also a requirement, but which is commonly overlooked. Thanks on advance for your cooperation.
January 21st, 2016|

 

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