Club Safety Code
No alcoholic beverages are permitted at the field.
All pilots must have full AMA membership and a
current AMA membership card.
Turn on transmitter only after obtaining the correct
All transmitters must have the correct frequency
Keep all equipment in the designated pit area.
Fly only from the designated flight line.
Do not fly behind the flight line or over the
Do not "break-in" engines within hearing distance of
the flight line.
Closed front-end expansion type mufflers are
required on all engines of .10 cubic inches and
Aircraft on landing approach have priority over all
Take-offs and landings will be in one direction
only; determined by wind and/or field conditions.
Aerobatics are not permitted over the runway,
landing approach, and take-off areas.
Pattern practicing will be permitted in designated
All persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied
by a guardian.
Trash policing and control is the duty of every club
The last person leaving the field has the
responsibility of securing the field.
It is the duty of every Club member to not only obey
but to enforce the field rules.
Club Field Rules
All pilots flying First Person View (FPV) Aircraft
must have a spotter and aircraft must remain within
line of sight of pilot.
All models must have proper identification which
includes the pilots name, address, phone number and
Transmitters may be turned on only when the proper
frequency pin is obtained.
The Club recommends that any aircraft in the pits is
to be restrained by a mechanical means or person
during engine startup or run-up.
Everyone is a Safety Officer and we teach others by
All pilots should know the flying site’s exact
location for reporting emergencies, and know the
location of the closest hospital.
Pilots should be able to communicate with other
pilots on the flight line so everyone is aware of
the current field condition.
Take-offs should be executed and performed near the
centerline of the runway and never near the flight
All high speed and aerobatic maneuvers must be
performed away from the flight line, pits and
In the event of a downed aircraft, or aircraft on
the runway, pilots on the flight line should
informed of the situation.
Never fly over a downed aircraft or retrieval party.
Do not wear loose fitting clothing around
Never fly alone!
Always think safety!
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