To The New Hampshire Flying Tigers
Remote Control Club
Announcing Show and Tell and Meeting Presentations
Beginning at the October Meeting
We are going to have some meeting show and tells and presentations over the winter months. So far we have two presentations scheduled.
October meeting: We are going to have a couple of show and tells at this meeting. Bill Horton is bringing I believe a radial engine to tell us about and I'll be bringing my latest project.
November Meeting: If your into electric powered aircraft you don't want to miss this meeting. Electric Guru Steve Brian will be giving a presentation on all things electric as they relate to RC aircraft. All those things you wish you knew like what the heck is a battery C rating and why should I care or how about those numbers that go along with that motor what do they mean.
December meeting: New Hampshire Flying Tigers Super Colossal phantasmagorical Christmas Party. Good food, Good friends, Good fun.
January meeting: Want to know what's happening in the world of drones then make sure you attend this meeting. John Stevens is going to give a presentation on the world of drones. How are they being utilized in our society today and what the future holds.
If you have a project you would like to share with the rest of the membership please bring it to a meeting. If you let me know ahead of time I can include it in the newsletter.
If your interested in giving a presentation or there is a topic you would like to see covered please send me an email and let me know. I'll do my best to put something together. firstname.lastname@example.org
The New Hampshire Flying Tigers Radio Control Club was founded and chartered by the AMA in the early 1970's.
The club's name was inspired by the courageous American Volunteer Group who went to China in August of 1941 under the command of Major Claire Lee Chennault prior to the United States entering World War II. They flew Curtiss P-40B Warhawks and are probably best remembered by the shark's mouth that was painted on the nose of the aircraft.
The club maintains a membership averaging between 50 and 80 members which includes men and women of all ages. Our members fly sport models, scale models, gliders and helicopters.
We maintain two separate flying sites; one with a well groomed model airfield conveniently located behind the industrial park in Derry, the other is located off of Auburn Rd in Londonderry, New Hampshire. We have a lot of pride in our Flight Training Program, people come from miles away to learn to fly with us!
The NH Flying Tigers is a chartered club of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA - charter number 1283), which is a national organization established to represent modelers best interests, establish uniform rules and guidelines for modelers, and provide liability insurance for clubs and individual modelers. All members of the NH Flying Tigers must also maintain a current membership with the AMA
The New Hampshire Flying Tigers RC Club is a State of New Hampshire nonprofit corporation.