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Welcome to the
ROGUE EAGLES RC CLUB

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Drone ID
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Rule          effective Feb 25, 2019
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How to Print your

FAA Registration

If you want to:

- Create an account with the FAA,

- Register with the FAA,

- Log in to an existing account, or

- View or print your Registration, then

Current Newsletter 

Autumn 2019

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Latest News

 

New Club Officers

were elected for 2019/2020

Congratulations to

Scott Hudson, President

John Gaines, Vice President

Wishing you a speedy recovery!!

Eric Kirby, Secretary

Joe Geiger, Treasurer

Click here to access the FAA's Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) page.

- The first section (Part 107) is for pilots who want to use their UAS commercially.

- The second section "UAS flown by recreational flyers and Modeler Community-Based Organizations (formerly Section 336) is for most of us who just want to fly their aircraft, helicopters, and drones as a hobby. 

Click on "Register on line" (even if you already registered - yes, confusing!).

This will bring up the "Section 336 Dashboard" (even though it's really a "Former Section 336 - yes, confusing again!) where you can:

- Create an account or

- Log in to your existing account. After logging in, you will see a "Print" tab on the top right of the page to print your Registration :-)

If you would like to post items in the Trading Post, send photos (JPG) and pertinent info to: mershs@hotmail.com

Also: please let me know when items are no longer available for sale, so I can take them off the 4 Sale page.

Winter Build Challenge Report by Rick Lindsey

 

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Click image for more great photos and report by Rick Lindsey - thanks Rick!!

Agate Skyways Current Weather & Forecast

Ashland Airport Day
A good example of how we can safely and legally fly in restricted airspace!!!
Richard received permission from the show director and a specified area to fly in with a maximum altitude of 130 feet. All the pilots were aware of the drone's position and operations.  Thanks Richard!