About Rockwell Collins Model Aviators

Rockwell Collins Model Aviators is a Collins Aerospace sponsored group of radio controlled aircraft builders, pilots, and enthusiasts. Club meetings are held monthly on the first Thursday of each month in the main plant cafeteria, building 140. Employee badges and property passes are not required for access to this facility. During the winter months, typically November - March, build sessions are held at the main plant cafeteria on the second Thursday of every month. Members bring in their current projects to these build sessions to work on and offer advice to other builders and to beginners. At the end of the build session season, a Brown-Bag Beauty Contest and Model Display is held where members show off their aircraft and the general public votes on them. In the past, Rockwell Collins Model Aviators also produced a monthly newsletter " FlightLine ".

Rockwell Collins Model Aviators leases an area of privately-owned land one mile north of the intersection of Central City Road and Alice Road from which members fly their aircraft. To be able to fly at the field, a member must have current AMA insurance and pass a one-time proficiency test. For the beginner, a flight training program is available with knowledgeable and experienced flight instructors.

Rockwell Collins Model Aviators is an Academy of Model Aeronautics chartered member (Charter Club 3257). The charter provides the club, members, flying site owner, and spectators with liability and medical insurance.

Those eligible for membership in Rockwell Collins Model Aviators are current or retired Collins Aerospace employees and their spouses, contract workers, and coop students.

To join Rockwell Collins Model Aviators, contact one of the club officers or come to one of the monthly meetings.

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