Join Matt Ruddick and Lee Ray on Thursday, July 15, at 2 p.m. EDT as they welcome AMA Executive Vice President and National Fun Fly Contest Director Randy Cameron, Model Aviation Executive Editor Jay Smith, and AMA Government Affairs Director Tyler Dobbs, for a guest-packed live episode that you don’t want to miss! Learn about the National Fun Fly, the upcoming EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, the August issue of Model Aviation Digital, and some updates about night operations, Community Based Organization (CBO) clarifications, and sanctioned events—all on this episode of AMA Air!
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Matt Ruddick and Lee Ray welcomed Kyle Jaracz, AMA Education director, as a guest to chat about the FAA’s newly mandated The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST) and how you can take advantage of this educational learning tool. Lee shared some stories from his trip to Muncie, Indiana, for Camp AMA, and Matt discussed some of the many great experiences he’s had at the National Aeromodeling Championships (Nats) that have been taking place at the International Aeromodeling Center (IAC) this summer.
AMA Safety/Technical Director Tony Stillman joins the show to tell Matt Ruddick and Lee Ray about AMA’s updated Safety Program Handbook and how you can be safety conscious in June and beyond while you’re flying. Also, Matt unveils the June Club of the Month and Kyle Jaracz, AMA Education director, gives viewers some details about the UAS4STEM competition happening this year at Oshkosh Airventure.
On this episode of AMA Air, Jason Cansler and Nathan Ruff from UASidekick joined Matt Ruddick and AMA Member Benefits and Partnership Director Erin Dobbs to talk about an exciting new partnership between the Academy of Model Aeronautics and UASidekick. This partnership will provide our members with a valuable tool to help them uncover commercial-aircraft-grade weather information, plan for their future flights, and find AMA events and clubs nearby! Also, Matt announced the May Club of the Month. Additionally, the cover photo that will be displayed on the I Fly AMA Facebook group for May was unveiled. All that and much more on today’s AMA Air!
AMA Safety/Technical Director Tony Stillman stopped by to tell Matt and Dillon about his experience attending the Toledo RC Swap Meet that was held April 2-3 in Toledo, Ohio. Learn about a new social media platform only for modelers, and Lynn Balderrama, AMA art director, gave us a sneak peek into the May Digital Edition of Model Aviation magazine, which is available online today! Finally, learn about some of the regular volunteers who donate their time to help at the National Model Aviation Museum. All that and more on this episode of AMA Air!
On this episode of AMA Air, Matt Ruddick and Lee Ray talked about the connection that the Academy of Model Aeronautics has to Perseverance, the Mars Rover. Also, April is National Volunteer Month, and Matt and Lee shared how you can volunteer at an event near you! You can also find out how to go to the National Aeromodeling Championships (Nats) for FREE! And last but not least, Matt revealed the April Club of the Month! All that and more on this episode of AMA Air!
Ryan Ramsey, known as “Pilot Ryan Media” on YouTube, is guest hosting on this episode of AMA Air! Jay Smith, Executive Editor of Model Aviation magazine, joined Ryan and Matt Ruddick to talk about the upcoming April issue and what readers can expect to read about in it.
AMA Air Executive Producer Dillon Carpenter joins Matt Ruddick as a guest host. They discuss a variety of topics, including how AMA Flight School educational kits ended up in Uganda and a virtual Kids Week at the Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum in New York City.
The RC Saylors have taken over AMA Air for the first episode of 2021!
Learn more about their YouTube channel, how they are spending the holidays, some of their favorite airplanes of 2020, and which posts from the I Fly AMA Facebook group they have selected!
All that and more on this special Season 7 premiere of AMA Air!
The AMA Foundation along with AMA leadership is pleased to welcome representatives from the Capital Area Radio Drone Squadron, who are recipients of the AMA Take Off and Grow grant for 2020. Join us as we discuss the club’s story and how they utilized this grant to support and enhance their educational and outreach efforts!