2021 MEMORIAL CHARITY FUN FLY
The Richardson Radio Control Club will host the MEMORIAL CHARITY FUN FLY on November 11th, 2021.
This is an event for the family and friends. Don't miss out!
2021 RRCC REGINALD DENNY DAY
The Richardson Radio Control Club is partnering with the Aviation Unmanned Vehicle Museum in hosting the I Reginald Denny Day Fun Fly and Museum Grand Opening. Bring your planes to fly, and tour the museum to learn about aviation history.
FLIGHT TRAINING BY THE RICHARDSON RADIO CONTROL CLUB HAS RESUMED!
Following health protection guidelines, RRCC has restarted individual training of Students by individual Instructors using the following protocol.
In this outdoor setting, at this time, masks may be used at the discretion of each individual Student/Instructor Team. Hand sanitizer will be provided.
Ground School: Students and Instructors are at opposite ends of a picnic table, facing the same direction.
Flight Line: using a wireless buddy box, the Student and Instructor will maintain a distance of 6 feet separation.
Upcoming Speakers at the Club Meetings
Kelvin Phoon (November 11th, 2021)
"Our club member Kelvin Phoon graduated from MIT with a bachelors in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. During his time there, he worked on the Daedalus Human Powered Flight project. Kelvin will provide a brief presentation of his experiences with this multifaceted research project that attempted to recreate the mythical Daedalus' flight from Crete to Greece."
Tommy Meyers (Postponed)
"Owner of the Meyers Aircraft Company which is home of the famous Big & Little Toot Biplanes. Tommy also competed in AMA Nationals and was on the cover of Model Aviation magazine November 1960. A few of the old-timers in the club might remember that he hosted a George Meyer's Memorial Fun Fly in Dallas a long time ago in honor of his dad."
Col. Richard Graham (USAF) (Postponed]
"In the lists of exceptional people in history, only 12 men have walked on the moon. There have only been 43 men who have become the President of the United States. In aviation history, there have only been 39 pilots who were picked to fly the SR-71 Blackbird. Fewer still became the squadron leader of the Blackbird wing. Richard Graham is one of them. Come to the July meeting to hear him speak about his legacy. He will have his books there for purchase and will autograph them for you.
Here is Colonel Graham's Bio http://area51specialprojects.com/graham.html"
RRCC promotes Family FUN! If you are a seasoned flyer or someone new looking to get into Radio Control Airplanes or Helicopters. RRCC is for you!
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