National Aeromodeling Heritage Program
Established by the Academy of Model Aeronautics' (AMA) Executive Council in 2003, the National Aeromodeling Heritage Program is the official list of organizations, businesses, and sites significant in the history of aeromodeling.
The program’s aim is to identify and memorialize these organizations, businesses, and sites and in the process collect, preserve, and interpret documents and materials related to each entity or landmark.
Nominations can be made by individuals or organizations and must be submitted to the National Model Aviation Museum and postmarked no later than August 31.
Contact Michael Smith, Museum Director, about this Program at (765) 287-1256 ext. 500 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Please click here for historic organization or business information documents.
Please click here for the historic organization or business nomination form.
List of historic organizations and year of recognition:
- 2014: Fort Worth Thunderbirds Radio Control Association, TX
- 2016: Mid-Hudson Radio Control Society, NY
Please click here for historic sites overview.
Please click here for the historic site nomination form.
Please click here for an interview with Dr. Gary Fogel.
List of historic sites and year of recognition: