Hello fellow pilots it is that time of the year again, It’s Renewal Time for 2016!
Panoramic View of the Chesapeake Bay Radio Club Aerodrome in beautiful Crownsville Maryland ! Take a look here!
Thanks to all who came out and participated in our AMA sanctioned Model Aviation Day! The weather was made to order and the pilots and visitors all had a wonderful time. Special thanks to our friends at PGRC for being a part of our event! Click here for photos of the action »
We would like to thank AMA District IV and Model Aviation Magazine for the wonderful write up on Chesapeake Bay Radio Control Club in the March edition. They were kind enough to tell the story of our May 19th 2012 Fun Fly held at our field, for more information click here »
CBRC would like to thank all the members and friends of the Club for a wonderful day of flying, fun, and festivities! It was yet another wonderful day with a great turnout. The rain held out just long enough to get the event in the books, look forward to seeing you all next year! Event Photos »
CBRC Headline News
- The next CBRC Monthly meeting will be Friday June 17th, 7:00 PM at the Field, click HERE for Directions!
- View pictures of the CBRC trip to Warbirds over Delaware. Here!
- Academy of Model Aeronautics Government Relations Blog: Chesapeake Bay RC Speaks Out!
- Congratulations CBRC AMA District IV Designated Gold Club Leader 2013, view our certificate here!
- AMA Today: Model aviation impacted by state legislation to protect privacy!
- Visit CBRC on our Facebook page.
Message from the President, 2016!
Hello Everyone. June will be here soon, Time to plan the Open House on June 18th. If you can help it will be appreciated, we will send out an E-mail with what we need. Thank you to Vic Carter for building the new flight stands.
Photos from the 2nd annual Mid Atlantic Dawn Patrol! Here!
2nd Annual Mid Atlantic Dawn Patrol
Several Members of the Chesapeake Bay Radio Control Club traveled to Virginia Beach to participate in the second Annual Mid Atlantic Dawn Patrol hosted by the Tidewater Radio Club. Special thanks goes out to Scott Vickery and all the members of Tidewater Radio Club for putting on a wonderful event and for making us all feel welcome. This was a must do event and we look forward to attending again next year.
Panoramic View of field! Here!
More pictures from this great event can be found here!
Checkout our events page for the upcoming RC Warbird events for 2013! All the major happenings from around the USA plus pictures, guides, and more! Also included are the links to the actual website themselves for further information along with driving information. Check it out now!
RC Pilot is a magazine and an RC Community on the cutting edge. A magazine that makes full use of a tablet/ iPads features and has a great mix of written text and multimedia. RC Pilot also makes available RC Flightdeck to keep us in the know regarding upcoming flying events. Go to website:
Check out the worlds first radio station devoted to military aviation. It’s their goal to preserve the stories and history of the brave men and women who flew these airplanes… and still do. Across the globe warbird enthusiasts are tirelessly working to save examples of these historic airplanes; however, the survival of the stories from those who flew them are not guaranteed. That’s where Warbird Radio steps in. Check out their website here!
Contact AMA today to learn how you can join one of the world’s most thrilling and high tech sports, model aviation. Whether you want to hear the whine of a turbine-powered jet, learn to fly a helicopter, pilot your own giant-scale aircraft, or enjoy a quiet afternoon soaring your sailplane with friends, the AMA can show you where to find instructors, how to become involved, and help answer almost any question.
Hi everyone thanks to our friend Rick for providing the attached information on the Classic Pattern Association! You will find more details on their page and a link to their website! More here!
RC Universe is the largest radio control website to buy, sell, trade and discuss rc cars, rc planes, rc helis, rc electric airplanes or helis, boats, radios and engines .
RCSCALEBUILDER.COM started as an idea in the year 2002 at the Rally of Eagles event while I was socializing with other modelers one evening.
The International Miniature Aircraft Association, Inc. (IMAA) is formed for the purpose of fostering and advancing the operation of large scale radio controlled model aircraft in a setting where informality and safety of operations prevail. Don’t miss out read More here!
Welcome to the Flying Giants! The Flying Giants was born on January 1, 2006 out of our passion for The Hobby. This new site is all about providing the aeromodeling enthusiast with the latest and up to the minute information about what’s going on in the hobby. More here!
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CBRC Video Clips
2015 National Model Aviation Day
Joe Nall RC Event: Sopwith Pup Line-up
Do not purchase a plane with a partner.
1The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk was an American single-engine, single-seat, all-metal fighter and ground attack aircraft that first flew in 1938. The P-40 design was a modification of the previous Curtiss P-36 Hawk which reduced development time and enabled a rapid entry into production and operational service.
2The Messerschmitt Bf 109, often called Me 109, was a German World War II fighter aircraft designed by Willy Messerschmitt and Robert Lusser during the early to mid 1930s. It was one of the first truly modern fighters of the era, including such features as all-metal monocoque construction.
3Republic Aviation’s P-47 Thunderbolt, also known as the “Jug”, was the largest, heaviest, and most expensive fighter aircraft in history to be powered by a single reciprocating engine. It was heavily armed with eight .50-caliber machine guns, four per wing. When fully loaded, the P-47 weighed up to eight tons.
4The Hawker Typhoon was a British single-seat fighter-bomber, produced by Hawker Aircraft. While the Typhoon was designed to be a medium-high altitude interceptor, and a direct replacement for the Hawker Hurricane, several design problems were encountered, and the Typhoon never completely satisfied this requirement.
5The North American B-25 Mitchell was an American twin-engined medium bomber manufactured by North American Aviation. It was used by many Allied air forces, in every theater of World War II, as well as many other air forces after the war ended, and saw service across four decades.
CBRC takes great pride in our airfield and the surrounding environment and we would like to acknowledge the great work and excellent reputation of our friends at the Department of Natural Resources Police. Visit their homepage here!