We enjoy seeing new members of all ages coming out to learn about radio control airplanes and helicopters and teaching them how to safely manage their new toys! We of course like this even more when we see families get involved with this hobby that truly provides a unique connection to the history of the El Toro Marine Corps Air Station and its vital place in the history of the defense of our nation.
On this page you will find three very useful links, they show you how to join the AMA, OCRCC, and how to find our flying site. Please watch the video to find us as that can be the greatest challenge the first time!
All visitors are welcome to come and watch our activities, introduce yourself and we will gladly make you feel at home. We can as conditions permit treat nonmember visitors to a demonstration flight or two. Once a month (first Saturday starting around 8 am), we have training days where member students and instructors can get in several training flights on club trainers.
Please visit our calendar of events page for updated
activities. Again, welcome and have a great time!
Dave Kadonoff, President
Flight training is available on the first Saturday of the month. This training is first come, first serve with signups in person on the morning of the training. Each student must sign in at the table. Club instructors will be available and will be wearing green "Club Instructor" badges.
See the Instructors page for link to email your request for instruction.
Flying Field Status
Flying field is open daily until sunset. See the Club Info page for an overhead map showing the location and directions to the new site.
6PM first Monday of December:
Norman P. Murray Community and Senior Center in Mission Viejo. The address is 24932 VeteransWay, Mission Viejo, CA 92692.