Tom Neff, an Air Force veteran whose service included stints operating the Lockheed SR-71 Blackbird gets national recognition for his work with students. “This teaches them STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), and it also gives them insights into aviation and aerospace.
We have been involved in introducing modeling to children of all ages, sending children to camp, doing flying demos at local schools, churches, and parks. We have also set up simulators and static displays at various locations as an educational experience to our community. We are always open to new ideas to promote our hobby to others in a safe way.
I am converting my Hobby King Autogyro into a MIA EZ Gyro. Let you know how it turns out!
LARKS Mission Statement
To promote model aircraft building and flying as a family oriented hobby, to freely and openly share what we have collectively learned and experienced, and to provide an enjoyable, friendly and safe environment for our fellow hobbyists and guests.
Fly for Scouts, fly on a beautiful 400 acre sod farm. 9am until 4pm, lunch included in pilots fee of $20. Raffle tickets will be sold on site. 100 percent of proceeds donated to local Cub Scouts pack 303.....all RC aircraft invited.
Sanction #16/676. Fly what you bring as long as it is electric. Two runways, one is 40x300 paved and one is 600ft grass. Power for charging and restrooms available. $15 landing fee for pilots which includes lunch. Food and drinks availble for guest & non flyers
The USAF and USN announced today that the first ever C-17 carrier landing has been a total success. In other news, the USAF and USN have launched a study to determine the optimal method for getting a C-17 off of an aircraft carrier....