About Imperial R/C Club

About Imperial R/C Club

Imperial R/C Club (IRCC) is an Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) chartered, non-profit club dedicated to the radio controlled model aircraft hobby and is open to anyone interested in model aviation.  We are currently located on Highway 60 in Mulberry, Florida. Imperial R/C Club is a recreational, community oriented, radio controlled aircraft flying club that provides members and visiting AMA registered individuals with a local, secure radio controlled flying site.  Our current membership includes residents throughout Polk County and surrounding communities. Imperial R/C Club was started in 1969.  At that time, the club was located at the Old Bartow Airbase.  Around the early 1980’s, the club flying site was moved to our current location on Highway 60 in Mulberry, Florida.  The club’s main purposes are promoting, education, advancement and safeguarding of remote control modeling activities. Imperial R/C Club invites visitors to our club to watch and partake in flying activities.  We have AMA approved instructors to train new pilots.  Imperial R/C Club hosts several events at our field each year to promote flying activities and support local business through assistance with International Flying events and bringing outside visitors to the greater Lakeland/Polk County area.

Announcements...

2nd Annual IRCC "End of The Year" Banquet & Awards Ceremony

Saturday December 7th, 2019

Mas Verde Clubhouse - Lakeland, FL

Please contact Richard Moffatt to sign up.

How to post pictures to the forum

New functionality has been added to the forum. Go to the IRCC website >>Forum >>Website/Forum Suggestions topic, I have posted instructions on how to imbed pictures. You need to be signed in to post (pictures or anything else).

 

IRCC Safety Start Up Procedure for Electric Powered Aircraft

  1. Insure area around aircraft is clear of spectators.
  2. Turn on Transmitter, engage Throttle Cut.
  3. Insert and plug in battery.
  4. Adjustments to aircraft allowed only with propeller removed.
  5. Absolutely no motors are to be run in the shelter area.
  6. Carry aircraft to taxi way withe Throttle Cut still engaged.
  7. Proceed with flight.
  8. After landing, taxi to yellow line, reduce throttle to ero, engage Throttle Cut
  9. Return aircraft to shelter, unplug aircraft battery.
  10. Turn off Transmitter

There has been some confusion about the forum section. If you have not registered recently, you are not in the system. If you look at Forum, Members, you can see if you are registered or not. If you are not a member, then go to the Forum, Registration to register.

To log in/out of the forum, go to Forum, My Account.

To place pictures into the forum topic, copy/paste the picture inline with the text. If you want to add files, go to the bottom of the topic and select ‘add a file’.

I hope this helps, if you have a problem, give me a call or email me. 

Ron McKie 410 533 3352 ronaldmckie@gmail.com