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Although RCCD is primarily a radio control club, we also have a U-control area. - Fly RCCD's plane a couple of times: To get an idea of what is like, our Intro Pilot Program will get you "on the sticks" of our club Intro Plane via a buddy box. List of Russ Hope's Planes and some Pictures of Russ's planes (both pdf files) as they were hanging in his basement.Our flying facility is located in Wetzel State Park. An instructor controls the primary transmitter to ensure you get the hang of it. If you are interested in any of Russ's planes or equipment, contact John Shoemaker 734-634-6327 Updated Big Bird/Giant Scale page with some videos from last years Big Bird and previous flights by Vince Blasky.
webmaster: Lou Tisch [email protected]: Norm Myszynski PROJECT PRESENTATIONS update The project presentation response by club members has been great.
If so, contact Gordon Gibbons who schedules ground school subjects.
The Radio Control Club of Detroit is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and advancement of model aviation as a hobby.
This state park is named after one of Michigan's thirteen Congressional Medal of Honor recipients. Try a couple of flights to see what it's like.- Learn on your plane - Free: Once you decide R/C aviation is for you, our Flight Instruction Program is a safe and enjoyable way to learn to solo, with minimal risk to your model aircraft. wholesale michael kors purses ugg outlet Christian Louboutin Outlet cheap ray bans canada ?
The Radio Control Club of Detroit constructed a War Memorial on site and dedicated the facility "Wetzel Memorial Flying Field" on August 2nd, 1997.