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The Kitsap Aircraft Radio Control Society is an active radio control aeronautical club with members of all skill levels, from novice to expert. If you are new to flying, be sure to check out our free "Learn to Fly!" offer in the featured section at right. ▬▬►

We meet at 7 PM on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at Marlin Little Field or at The Sunnyslope Improvement Association during the winter.

For more information on how to join or to get involved, contact us.

Upcoming Events


April 2019

6 Saturday Breakfast - Bremerton Airport Diner, 8:00 am
6 Racing - Little Field, Cancelled
6 Combat! - Little Field, Cancelled
9 Regular Meeting - Sunnyslope Improvement Assoc., 7:00 pm
16 Open Shop - Paul Fleming, 13000 Olalla Valley Rd. SE, Olla,
7:00 pm (driving directions)

2019 calendar

Club News


Canopy Donations

We will be replacing the fabric canopy that was destroyed by last winter's snow storm with a steel metal shed.

Anyone who wishs to make a voluntary donation for the new structure should make out a check to "Kitsap ARCS" and mailed it to the address below:
     Kitsap ARCS
     907 Shorecliff Road
     Bremerton, WA 98312

Checks may also be given to any club officer at any club meeting or event.

Donations may also be made online at the Electronic Donations Page.

Work Party

On Saturday, April 27, starting at 9 am, we're looking to have a field maintenance working party. We're going to be bringing in a tractor and dump trailer to get dirt and fill in many of the sink holes, low spots and try to level some of the field on the Southwest corner of the rough area. This will also be an opportunity to put away the canvas covers from the collapsed structure, trim up some of the trees and scotch broom. Estimate the time to be between 3 - 4 hours, then plenty of open flying.

Build Challenge 2019

The 2019 Build Challenge will have entrants constructing a "new" airplane, documenting their progress with pictures on the club web site or Facebook page. All the aircraft will be flown for the first time on the same day. See Build Challenge 2019 for details.

Click here for club documents & more news

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Learn to Fly - Free!

Free RC Flying Lessons

     The Introductory Pilot Program is free to the trainee. It gives the beginning pilot an opportunity to learn how to fly using a club-supplied airplane and transmitter.
     The instructor's transmitter has full control of the aircraft but at any time, with the flip of a switch, allows the trainee to pilot the airplane with a second transmitter.
     It's a great way to learn about model airplanes while getting hands-on flying experience.
     For more information, contact the Head Flight Instructor.

Intro to R/C Aircraft

Thinking about buying an R/C aircraft? Intro to R/C Aircraft Click here to get some some pointers.
Note: large download (9.45 MB)

Website History

Apr 17:   Updated Flight Operations & Safety Briefings.

Apr 12:   Added meeting minutes for March & April; added April 27 Work Party announcement to Club News.

Apr 4:   Removed Brian's Combat! wing material request; updated Upcoming Events; added canopy replacement & donation info.

Mar 2:   Added Brian's Combat! wing material request.

Feb 23:   Updated Upcoming Events & Club Calendar; added February Meeting minutes; added Warbirds Fly-In page; updated KC's Build Challenge photos.

Feb 10-11:   Updated KC's Build Challenge photos.

Feb 9:   Updated T-28 Racing Rules; updated KC's Build Challenge photos; added Meeting Minutes for 10/2017-1/2019.

View additional history here

Marlin Little Field
Weather
(Bremerton  National  Airport)

Marlin Little Field weather (Provided by Weather Underground)

Directions to
Marlin Little Field

From Highway 16:
Take the Tremont Exit, turn west onto Clifton Rd. Travel 4.1 miles and turn left onto Sunnyslope Rd. Drive 1.9 miles, then turn right through the yellow gate. Proceed down the dirt road to the field.

From Shelton on Hwy 3 N:
Turn right on Lake Flora Rd. Proceed until reaching Sunnyslope Rd. Turn left onto Sunnyslope Rd. and proceed 0.9 miles. Turn left through the yellow gate to the field.

From Bremerton on Hwy 3 S:
At Gorst, keep right to remain on Hwy 3. Proceed 1.9 miles to the top of the hill, then turn left on Sunnyslope Rd. Drive 1.3 miles, then turn right to remain on Sunnyslope Rd. Proceed 1.9 miles, then turn right through the yellow gate to the field.

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