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The Kitsap Aircraft Radio Control Society is an active radio control aeronautical club with members of all skill levels, from novice to expert. If you are new to flying, be sure to check out our free "Learn to Fly!" offer in the featured section at right. -->

We meet on the second Tuesday of each month at Marlin Little Field or at The Sunnyslope Improvement Association during the winter.

For more information on how to join or to get involved, contact us.

Upcoming Events


October
1 Saturday Breakfast - Bremerton Airport Diner, 8:00 am
1 Racing - Little Field, 10:00 am
1 Combat! - Little Field, 12 noon
4 Board Meeting
11 Regular Meeting - Sunnyslope Improvement Assoc., 7:00 pm
18 Open Shop - TBA, 7:00 pm
29 Fall Closer - Little Field, all day

Click here for 2016 calendar

 Club News

Moving Sale

David Gallaway is moving to Floriday and has the following three R/C airplanes for sale: Top Flite P-51B, Top Flite P-40 and a Top Flite AT-6 G Texan. Also available is an Airtronic transmitter and several "display only" models. See the
Buy & Sell Page for details.

Safety Page

The updated Safety Page is now available.

Work Party

The next Little Field Work Part is this Thursday, September 22th at 9:00 am. Come on out to help us prepared for the upcoming Autum and Winter seasons. Afterwards, enjoy a hot lunch and open flying.

Spectrum® DX4e/5e/6i Transmitters Wanted

John Tilly is looking for non-usable Spectrum DX4e, DX5e or DX6i transmitters. See the Buy & Sell Page for details.

Click here for club documents & more news

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Learn to Fly - Free!

Free RC Flying Lessons

     The Introductory Pilot Program is free to the trainee. It gives the beginning pilot an opportunity to learn how to fly using a club-supplied airplane and transmitter.
     The instructor's transmitter has full control of the aircraft but at any time, with the flip of a switch, allows the trainee to pilot the airplane with a second transmitter.
     It's a great way to learn about model airplanes while getting hands-on flying experience.
     For more information, contact the Head Flight Instructor.

Website History

Sep 23:   Updated Upcoming Events & Event Flyers Page.

Sep 21:   Updated Work Party date.

Sep 14:   Updated Upcoming Events; added work party News item.

Sep 13:   Removed IFPL announcement; Added August meeting minutes.

Sep 7:   Updated Racing Results page.

Sep 3:   Updated Combat! page.

Aug 25:   Added Yakima Valley Aero Modelers Fall Classic to Event Flyers page.

Aug 21:   Updated Safety page; updated IFPL flight restrictions.

Aug 20:   Updated Upcoming Events.

Aug 18:   Added IFPL implementation announcement.

Aug 17:   Updated Upcoming Events.

View additional history here

Marlin Little Field
Weather
(Bremerton  National  Airport)

Marlin Little Field weather (Provided by Weather Underground)

Directions to
Marlin Little Field

From Highway 16:
Take the Tremont Exit, turn west onto Clifton Rd. Travel 4.1 miles and turn left onto Sunnyslope Rd. Drive 1.9 miles, then turn right through the yellow gate. Proceed down the dirt road to the field.

From Shelton on Hwy 3 N:
Turn right on Lake Flora Rd. Proceed until reaching Sunnyslope Rd. Turn left onto Sunnyslope Rd. and proceed 0.9 miles. Turn left through the yellow gate to the field.

From Bremerton on Hwy 3 S:
At Gorst, keep right to remain on Hwy 3. Proceed 1.9 miles to the top of the hill, then turn left on Sunnyslope Rd. Drive 1.3 miles, then turn right to remain on Sunnyslope Rd. Proceed 1.9 miles, then turn right through the yellow gate to the field.

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