Warbirds and Classics 2020 will be missed, but it looks like at this point there will not be a 2020 event. Please keep an eye out for details for 2021.

Warbirds and Classics. Cancelled.

Ladies and Gentlemen, another fine newsletter has been posted. Thanks to our club Prez Sam Wright and Editor Pano not only for putting out a darn fine newsletter, but keeping us connected as a group. August News – Click Here!

Aug 2020 Newsletter is Ready

Get all the latest on all the cool stuff going on with the Squadron Members! It’s our July Newsletter! Check it out!

July Newsletter

The May Newsletter is Here! In case you didn’t get the bad news, the June Warbirds and Classics is cancelled until further notice. And, while we’re still social-distancing, we can’t get back to meeting just yet. But, we have the next best thing… The May Newsletter featuring virtual show-n-tell with tons of […]

May Newsletter is Ready

Hi Everyone. As expected, by law and of course for safety reasons, our meeting hall has been closed and thus the Squadron General meeting for April is Cancelled. Look for another great newsletter from the Squadron for April and we’ll keep you infored on when normal operations will resume as […]

April Meeting Cancelled

Hi Everyone. Just a quick note that we’ve updated our event flyer. Just a reminder about a couple of things. The pilot registration comes with lunch sat and sun, breakfast coffee and donuts, and the Friday Night Mixer. Pretty good value all told. The Saturday Night Banquet is going to […]

Warbirds and Classics Updated Flyer

Another EPIC Squadron newsletter is posted and ready for your enjoyment! CHECK IT! Don’t forget our Monthly meetings, the 2nd Monday of Every Month! March 9 2020 will feature Part 2 of Larry Wolfe’s series on the Glassing techniques used at Jet Hangar Hobbies. See you then!

March Newsletter

The AMA has posted their public comment to the FAA concerning the new rules proposed regulating our hobby. In short, these rules pose an existential threat to any flying models. They place an undue burden on manufacturers to develop a remote ID which wouldn’t even work at many flying fields. […]

AMA Makes Official Statement to the FAA