2014 AMA Leader Clubs

Congratulations and thank you to all the clubs listed that qualified as 2014 AMA Leader Clubs. Your dedication and continuing support to modeling and your community is commended!


495th RC Squadron
Propsnappers R/C Club
Mt. Washington Valley R/C Club
Wintonbury Flying Club
New Canaan RC Society
Country Squire Modelers
RC Propbusters
Rochester Aeromodeling Society
Radio Control Club of Rochester
Mercer County Radio Control Society, Inc.
Aero Guidance Society, Inc.
Ithaca Radio Control Society
Oneonta RC Flyers
Finger Lakes Air Pirates
Jersey Coast Sport Fliers
Aero Radio Club of Syracuse
Syracuse Thunderbirds
Sky Rovers Flying Club, Inc.
Binghamton Aeros
Electric Powered Aeromodelers
Edgewood Flyers
Mid-Hudson Radio Control Society
North County Flying Tigers Model Airplane Club, Inc.
Westlake R/C Club, Inc.
Johnstown R/C Club
Tuscarora R/C Club
Blennerhassett Area RC Club
Beltzville Flying Society Machine
Corsair Model Aircraft Club
Carlisle Aeromodelers
Blue and Gray Miniature Aircraft Squadron
Baltimore Area Soaring Society
Fredericksburg Aeromasters
Kent County Aeromodelers, Inc.
Roanoke Valley Radio Control Club
Tidewater Radio Control Club
Mid Atlantic Radio Kontrol Society
Charlotte Aeromodelers Inc.
Colonial Virginia Aeromodelers
Loudoun County Aeromodelers Association
Macon Aero Modelers, Inc.
District of Columbia Radio Control Club
Caldwell Aeromodelers
Radio Control Modelers of Baltimore
Chesapeake Bay Radio Control Club
Sun Dancers R/C Club
Paulding County Model Aviation
Airmasters Model Airplane Club
Northwest Florida Modelers, Inc.
Cape Coral R/Seahawks
Seminole RC Club
Palm Beach RC Association
Tri-County RC
Tri-Country RC Flyers
Stone Mountain Radio Control Flyers
Manatee County Radio Controllers
West Alabama Aero Modelers
Fort Wayne Flying Circuits, Inc.
Black Sheep RC Modelers
Crown Point Aeromodelers
Spirits of St. Louis RC Flying Club
Thorncreek R/C Club
Giant Aircraft Specialists
Monroe County RC Club
Deep River R/C Flying Club
Fox Valley Aero Club
Rock Valley R/C Flyers
Paducah Aero Modelers
Whitewater Valley RC Club
Millersburg RC Modelers
Midland RC Modelers
Calumet Flyers, Inc.
Cloudbusters Model Airplane Club
Green Bay Model Airplane Club
Pontiac Miniature Aircraft Club
Radio Control Club of Detroit
Rich Valley R/C Club
Wausau RC Sportsmen
Capital Area Radio Drone Squadron
Owatonna R/C Modelers
Lansing Area Flying Aces
Kent Radio Aeromodelers Club Inc.
Port City RCer’s
Traverse Area Model Pilots Society
Wolverine Skyhawks, Inc.
Flying Pilgrims
North Texas Aeromodelers
El Paso Radio Controllers
North Dallas R/C Club
Fort Bend Radio Control Club
Jetero RC Club, Inc.
Highland Lakes Flyers
Gulf Coast RC Club
Ft. Smith Flightmasters MAC
Hot Springs RC Club
Nacogdoches Aeromodelers
Three Rivers Area Model Planes Society
Fort Worth Thunderbirds Radio Control Association
Alvin RC Modelers Association
Arvada Associated Modelers
Hutch Bunch RC Club
Minot Aircraft Modelers
Beresford Area Radio Flyers
Omahawks RC Inc.
Wyoming Modelers Park Association
Shawnee Mission Radio Control Club
Orange Coast R/C Club
Tucson Radio Control Club
Fresno Radio Modelers
First Weedwacker Aero Squadron
Coachella Valley RC Club
Miramar Radio Control Flyers
Pomona Valley Model Airplane Club
Tri-Valley RC Modelers
Silent Electric Flyers of San Diego
Sonoran Desert Flyers Inc.
Temecula Valley Flyers
Barnyard Buzzards MAC
Sky Knight RC Club of Portland
Rogue Eagles RC Club
Eugene RC Aeronauts
Nampa Model Aviators
Rogue Valley Flyers
Red Baron RC Modelers, Ltd.


Wawayanda Flying Club
West End Wings
Silent Knights Soaring Society
Wind Walkers R/C
Fluvanna County Radio Control Flying Club
Okeechobee Model Airplane Club, Inc.
McMinn County Radio Control Assocation
Lafayette Cloud Jockeys
Lake County Modelers and Flyers
Rocky Mountain Modeleers
Harbor Soaring Society
Desert Fox Flyers of Mesquite
Simi Valley Flyers
Arizona Model Pilots Society


Guildhall Fun Flyers
Radio Control Club of Connecticut
New Bern Aeromodelers

    AMA Leader Club Program Modifications
    April 21, 2007, AMA’s Executive Council modified the longrunning, well-received AMA Leader Club Program to provide access to clubs that have been denied participation in the past. The program’s required activities have been a hindrance to some otherwise worthy clubs being recognized for their efforts. The current requirements are as follows.

    1.  Clubs must have been chartered by AMA for a minimum of five years.
    2.  Club membership must be open to all AMA members and not limited to a certain number. 
    3.  Clubs must develop and post Safety and Operational Rules at their flying sites. 
    4.  Clubs must file a copy of Safety and Operational Rules at AMA Headquarters. 
    5.  A club’s flying field must have separate areas for fliers and spectators, clearly marked as such. 
    6.  The AMA Safety Code must be posted and visible at the club field.

The modification is that for a club to be considered for Leader Club status, its district vice president may waive one of the preceding requirements.

The revised application is posted at www.modelaircraft.org. Under Membership, go to AMA Documents (PDF), and then 708. Contact Erin Dobbs at if you have any questions.  The revised application - PDF document 708 can be found here.

If your club is interested in qualifying as an AMA Leader Club, please contact Marketing Partner Lead, 5161 E. Memorial Drive, Muncie IN 47302; Tel: (765) 287-1256, ext. 272.