Tues Training Begins May 4 - Instructors Needed!

Tuesday Training begins on May 4 at 5:00 pm!

We missed last year in an abundance of caution about Covid.  But now we believe we can do our Tuesday training program with appropriate distancing, masks, and hand sanitizer.  

Instructors are needed.  Instructing makes YOU a better pilot, so please consider it.  Are you up to the challenge?  

If you are not sure, have a look at the ground school material we have under the Training and Education tab on our website.  The curriculum is laid out logically, and there are many good tips for instructing.

Email our Training Manager, Brian Burk, at

Marymoor R/C Field

Tribute to Everett Dixon

Recently we lost a member of our community who added a lot not only to the lives of others, but to our club for many years.

Found Chargers

Are you missing your charger, we found two chargers left at the charging station over thanksgiving, if you are missing a charger and think you left it at the field, please reach out to one of the board members and we can make arrangements to return your charger. If you do not know any of the board members, you can send email to and that will send a note to all board members.

Thank you,

Brian Burk

Training Director

Marymoor R/C Field

Call for one on one instructors

Hello, The club is looking for several members that would be interested in doing one on one training for new flyers. The training director will meet you at the field to give you an introduction for the way to do the training. We are setup to use Spectrum transmitters. Anyone interested please send an email to


Brian Burk

Training Director

Marymoor R/C Field

Proposed New Rules

Dear Members,

The fun we all have at the field is just amazing, and we want to keep it that way.  The board sees two risks that have the potential to get the field closed or even shut down permanently, and we feel responsible for protecting your interests.  

The board is considering new rules, and we want your feedback before proceeding.  My email address is at the end of this letter.

The risks as we see them are:

Upcoming Safety and Knowledge Test

Hello Everyone,

Wanted to send out a reminder, the AMA published their latest blog and in the blog, discussed the upcoming safety and knowledge test that every recreational pilot will need to pass. The information that the test is expected in early 2021 and will be 25 multi choice questions, AMA is trying to get the FAA to allow AMA to be a test processor. Here is a link to the AMA information