The Airmasters Model Airplane Club is a community development organization that promotes public awareness of, and participation in model aviation through educational assistance and public demonstrations.
The club has been in existence since before World War II, and has evolved from rubber band powered craft, to radio controlled aircraft. Members’ aircraft models represent all types of planes, including large-scale aerobatic planes, military aircraft and helicopters.
The Airmasters Club became a chartered member (#222) of the Academy of Model Aeronautics in 1968. The AMA is a world-class association of modelers organized for the purpose of promotion, development, education and advancement of modeling activities. The Academy provides leadership, organization, competition, communication, protection, representation, recognition, education and scientific/technical development to modelers.
The Airmasters Model Airplane Club has several members capable of teaching those interested how to fly remote control airplanes. The Club has a “trainer” style plane and radio transmitter available for use by newcomers. Instructors are at the club field most Saturday and Sunday afternoons, weather permitting.
The Club currently has 50 members and our membership is not restricted in any way. We do collect dues on a annual basis to cover our expenses.
A current AMA license, or proof of application, is required to fly at the AMAC Club field.
The AMAC field is located at Hwy 32 East and Mossy Dell Road, Leesburg, Ga.
Contact : Frank McCormick (President)
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