You will notice we have a menu that lists this sites pages on the right hand side. Additionally there is a follow button that will email you when ever there’s a new post.
I’ve added a vendors page, information about our flying field, a building page and flight videos. As we go more pages will be added.
Already we are getting requests to join our squadron. I thought it might be a good idea to start a post or thread where members can post questions, comments and pictures.
There is so much to do for this site but it’s a start. Your comments will need to be approved before you will see them but I’m pretty quick on the draw and they will be approved quickly.
Thanks to all for your interest.
Here is the site we have chosen. I have flown there many times and the city has no objected to even the occasional RC park flyer. It’s bigger than it looks and until we locate and even larger area it should serve us well.
In this day and age of everything radio control few realize how this hobby began. It began with free flight rubber powered airplanes.
Today this golden age hobby is alive and well and this video is one of many great examples of why people still have a passion for freelight.
If you want to join a great club for this wonderful hobby join the Fly Aces Club it’s well worth the 25 a year and you get a great bi-monthly magazine packed with articles, how twos, and free plans to build free flight airplanes.
Learn more about this at: http://flyingacesclub.com/
This is the very beginning of the Ventura Model Aviators Blog. We are under construction at present.
This site will show builds of model rubber band powered airplanes and flight videos.