The purpose of this organization, and its web site, is to provide information, technical knowledge, and offer model aviation enthusiasts who love the War Planes of World War II and enjoy competition a place to share information, views and discussion with others who have similar interests.
There are many classes of Radio Control Combat. The most popular is the “open” classes where the only limits are engine displacement and weight. This allows the designer and flier to use as much imagination and technical savvy possible to have the most competitive design. For those who love model airplanes that look like full-scale aircraft, there are the WWII scale classes, where the aircraft are approximately 1/12th scale and built to represent fighter/attack aircraft that had been designed or in service between 1935 and 1955.
Radio Control Combat events are very exciting to watch and even more fun to participate in. Detailed rules, aircraft specifications, and other information on where to find kits, plans, and support materials are available at http://www.rccombat.com.
The primary objective of the RCCA is to have fun, in a safe but exciting manner, and to provide competition recommendations to the AMA that are fair, economical, and practical.
As a member, you will be entitled to:
- volunteer to participate on special committees
- has representation in the district you reside.
- nominate and elect officers.
- receive an association newsletter.
- vote on every rule change proposal.
- obtain special member privileges at events
- be given access to the member’s section of the web site
As a member, you can participate in upcoming events, national point standings, association activities, elections, rules change proposals and much more! We’re dedicated to providing you the most a Special Interest Group can provide!
We hope you will join our Wing of brothers and sisters who enjoy the excitement and camaraderie of being fighter pilots!