Organizations

  1. 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/
  2. 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/
  3. 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/
  4. 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/
  5. AMA District I News
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    News from District I of the AMA!

    http://www.amadistrict-i.org
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