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2017 Nationals Information

As we get additional information about the Nationals, we'll post it here.

February 9, 2017:

Information article #3 from Mike Harrison - please click here to read the article.

January 23, 2017:

Information article #2 from Mike Harrison - please click here to read the article.

January 4, 2017:

Information article #1 from Mike Harrison - please click here to read the article.

2017 Nationals Communication from NSRCA Board

Jon Carter, the outgoing NSRCA President, has written a letter to the NSRCA membership outlining the plans for the 2017 Pattern Nationals.  Please click here to read the letter.

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    Tower hobbies has discontinued the landing gear for the original smaller 50" Sequence. I need a set, or the right side landing gear, if anyone has...
  • 02-18-2017 07:32
    The official website for the Championship starting February 19 in Strasbourg is http://www.f3pwc2017.fr/ Go Dave, RJ, Devin and Joseph. ...
  • 02-16-2017 16:42
    Does anyone know if the GALAKTIK has any inbuilt twist in the stabs to compensate for any adverse behaviour from the huge T canalised ? My...
  • 02-16-2017 10:11
    http://www.rcuniverse.com/forum/rc-pattern-flying-101/11636620-bj-craft-element.html#post12307023 Guys Dan Underkoffler started this thread on the...
  • 02-15-2017 20:38
    I'm surprised there isn't a thread on the latest from BJ Craft: the Element. I'm starting this thread to share comments and info. From F3A...
  • 02-07-2017 06:02
    Hey Guys, I'm looking for a modern 2 meter pattern plane capable of flying F3A/FAI, both schedules P and F. Mono, bipe, EP or GP _air frame only_....

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The National Society of Radio Controlled Aerobatics is an organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of competitive flying of radio controlled precision aerobatic model airplanes. Our goals are:

• To create a national community of competitive pilots that share information on flying and building pattern aircraft through printed, digital and social media
• To develop new aerobatic sequences for all AMA based competition classes
• To encourage fellow sport flyers to increase their skill level through competition
• To work with the Academy of Model Aeronautics Contest Board for R/C Aerobatics to provide counsel on rules changes based on member feedback
• To develop and maintain judging criteria”