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  1. CME Hobbies
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    Location: 2277 State Road Unit C, Plymouth, MA 02360 Phone: 508-833-0982 Services: Repair and Building Services on most helicopters & basic heli flight training.   Our Heli expert (Chris) is at the store Wed, Thur, Fri, 5:30 - 9:00 Sat 8 AM to 4 PM Sunday 8:00 AM to 12:00 Free Friendly Advice, Come in and talk to us before you buy.

    http://www.cmehobbies.com/
  2. Hanson Hobbies
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    Location: 830 Main Street, Post Office Box 150,Hanson, MA 02341 Tel: 781 293-2804  A general service hobby shop specialized in Radio Control Models PLANES, CARS, BOATS, HELICOPTERS & CONTROL LINE Huge Supply of Radio Control Car and Truck parts GIANT SUPPLY of BALSA, BASS & SPRUCE WOODS Plastic models, Rockets, Tools, HO-N-O27 scale Model Railroads & Supplies. Wooden Model Ships, Adventure games, Paints, Pine Wood Derby and Supplies, Coverings, Accessories, Slot Cars, Die Cast Model, Science Kits, Magazines and much much more . . .

    http://www.hansonhobby.com/
  3. 107th RC Flyers
     

    Location: Saugus, MA Everything from, Turbines,Trainers, Scale, Pattern, Electric, Controll Line and Even Helicopters!  

    http://www.107thrc.com
  4. 495th R/C Squadron
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    Location: Tewksbury & Groton, MA The 495th R/C Squadron, Inc. is a non-profit club chartered by the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) for the promotion of radio controlled (R/C) model aircraft. The club is based in Tewksbury, Massachusetts, and is comprised of approximately 160 members, coming from all walks of life, and is devoted to the design, construction and flying of R/C model airplanes and helicopters. Founded in 1972, the Club's name is derived from the first flying site used by the new club; the roadbed of the not-yet-completed Interstate 495 in Chelmsford, Massachusetts. Today, the Club maintains two R/C model flying fields, located  in Groton, and Tewksbury, Massachusetts, and offers free training to anyone that would like to learn to fly R/C model aircraft. Membership in the 495th R/C Squadron, Inc. is open to all current AMAmembers. The Club holds monthly meetings, as well as fun-fly events, barbeques and picnics. For more information on joining the 495th R/C Squadron, Inc., please contact a Club officer.

    http://www.495thsquadron.org/
  5. Brattleboro Area Flyers
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    http://www.bafhome.org/
  6. Central Massachusetts Radio Control Modelers
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    Location: Westborough, MA CMRCM is a small club that is located in the Central Massachusetts region. Our field is in Westborough, MA and our meetings are held in Berlin, MA. We hold meetings once a month, except in the summer when we are too busy flying. We focus on RC aircraft, including glow powered, electric, soaring, etc. Membership is open to anyone. There is a fee to join and AMA membership is required if you are going to fly aircraft. Please see the Club Information section for more details.

    http://www.cmrcm.org/
  7. The Charles River Radio Controllers Club
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    Location: Greater Boston Area Chartered by the Academy of Model Aeronautics, we are a non-profit organization that promotes the sport, education, and hobby of radio controlled scale flight in Eastern Massachusetts.

    http://www.charlesriverrc.org/newsite/index.html
  8. Lazy Loopers - Wrentham, MA
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    LLFC is located in Wrentham Massachusetts and is part of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) district one.  LLFC was founded in 1975  and is club #1389.   Today, the LLFC is one of the nicest AMA chartered clubs you can fly at in the New England area. This club supports and promotes the hobby of remote control flying and encourages all types of hobby enthusiasts at this field. 

    http://www.lazyloopers.com
  9. South Shore Radio Control Club - Bridgewater, Ma
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    Our incredible flying field is located on Massachusetts State property behind the Bridgewater Corrections facility in Bridgewater, MA and has got to be one of the best flying fields in the entire world. Our runway is massive and pristinely groomed. Our pit area is large and has a pavilion for protection from the elements, handy benches for plane assembly and testing, as well as barbeque grills for all members to use. Our parking area is large with the ability to accommodate large crowds for events and social gatherings that may include spectators. Our mission is to create and nurture a friendly and welcoming environment, while at the same time providing assistance and guidance for anyone interested in learning about remote control flying. We will help all that are interested to pick the best computer simulation as well as the best trainer plane, and we have several members that are highly skilled and highly qualified instructors that will work with you side-by-side. So whether you are interested in learning to fly, are already an accomplished flyer looking for a great group of friendly and helpful members to fly with, or simply want to watch the airplanes fly, come on out and see us at SSRCC.

    http://www.ssrcc.org/
  10. Discover Flying R/C Club - Marstons Mills, MA
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    The Discover Flying RC Club  is a group of radio control aircraft enthusiasts who fly in Marstons Mills, Massachusetts.  Our purpose is to promote the hobby in a fun and safe manner for all to enjoy.

    http://www.discoverflying.org/
  11. Cape Ann RC Model Club - West Newbury, MA
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    The Cape Ann RC Model Club, Inc. is a small - non profit organization located at our field 30 minutes north of Boston in West Newbury, MA.  We focus on radio control aircraft, including glow powered, electric, soaring, helicopters, etc.  Memberships are open to anyone interested in learning to fly radio control.  Stop by our field, we are there most every weekend... weather permitting.  CARCMC is chartered (#338) by the AMA. 

    http://www.carcmc.org/
  12. Academy of Model Aeronautics
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    Contact AMA today to learn how you can join one of the world's most thrilling and high tech sports, model aviation. Whether you want to hear the whine of a turbine-powered jet, learn to fly a helicopter, pilot your own giant-scale aircraft, or enjoy a quiet afternoon soaring your sailplane with friends, the AMA can show you where to find instructors, how to become involved, and help answer almost any question. 

    http://www.modelaircraft.org/
  13. International Aerobatic Club
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    The International Aerobatic Club, Inc. is a division of theExperimental Aircraft Association, Inc. All IAC members are required to be members of the parent organization, the EAA. Membership is open to all who are interested in aviation. The IAC is also a division of the National Aeronautic Association and is responsible for the administration, management, and promotion of the sport of aerobatics in the United States under the applicable regulations of the Federation Aeronautique Internationale; Lusanne, Switzerland. FAI is the world governing body for all sport aviation competitions and record attempts. IAC represents the United States at meetings of the FAI's CIVA committee which establishes rules worldwide for aerobatic competitions.

    http://www.iac.org/
  14. International Miniature Aircraft Association
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    The International Miniature Aircraft Association, Inc. (IMAA) is formed for the purpose of fostering and advancing the operation of large scale radio controlled model aircraft in a setting where informality and safety of operations prevail. Additionally, it is formed to create an atmosphere where pleasure, recreation, fellowship, and co-mingling can be fostered and found to exist amongst individuals enjoying the sport of building and flying large scale radio controlled model aircraft.

    http://www.fly-imaa.org/
  15. International Miniature Aerobatic Club
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    The International Miniature Aerobatic Club (IMAC) is an organization dedicated to competitive sport of radio controlled Scale Aerobatic competition.  IMAC operates under the auspices of the USA’s Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) with a designation as the Special Interest Group (SIG) for R/C Scale Aerobatics.  While it’s origin is American, the scope of IMAC operations now extends to over 15 countries throughout the world and continues to grow daily.

    http://www.mini-iac.com/
  16. Airfield Models
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    Airfield Models is my personal web site for model builders and those who appreciate the art of model building.

    http://airfieldmodels.com/
  17. RC Groups
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    The most active Radio Control model community: electric and fuel rc airplanes,rc helis,rc boats and rc cars. Features discussion forums,blogs, videos and classifieds.

    http://www.rcgroups.com
  18. RC Universe
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    RC Universe is the largest radio control website to buy, sell, trade and discuss rc cars, rc planes, rc helis, rc electric airplanes or helis, boats, radios and engines plus read our free online radio control magazine.

    http://www.rcuniverse.com/
  19. RunRyder
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    RC model helicopter community and forum. Discussion areas, calendar, and picture galleries.

    http://rc.runryder.com/helicopter/home/
  20. Flying Giants
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    The world's largest giant scale radio control web site!

    http://www.flyinggiants.com/
  21. 3D RC Forums
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    This is a new forum specialized for 3D Pilots!

    http://www.3drcforums.com/forum.php
  22. All Things That Fly
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    The premiere podcast on RC planes and helis.Fans of AllThingsThatFly, please feel free to comment on the shows, post pics/videos of your planes/helis, etc. Don't forget to invite your friends to the group

    http://allthingsthatfly.com/
  23. The Crash Cast
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    Everything you ever wanted to know about RC flying, but were afraid to ask.

    http://thecrashcast.com/
  24. Warbird Radio
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    Welcome to the worlds first radio station devoted to military aviation.  It’s our goal to preserve the stories and history of the brave men and women who flew these airplanes… and still do.  Across the globe warbird enthusiasts are tirelessly working to save examples of these historic airplanes; however, the survival of the stories from those who flew them are not guaranteed. That’s where Warbird Radio steps in.

    http://www.warbirdradio.com/
  25. The RC Today Show
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    The RC Today Show is hosted by Bobby Barr and Chris Boultinghouse, with occasional appearances by James Kovach. All three are dedicated RC fanatics, and fly a variety of things. All three also hosted the All Things That Fly / Inside Heli podcast.

    http://rctodayshow.com/
  26. AMA District I News
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    News from District I of the AMA!

    http://www.amadistrict-i.org
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