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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


24 Swap Meet - Marymoor Park - 9:00am to 2:00pm


7 Competition Day - Little Field, 10:00 am
10 Regular Meeting - Swap Meet before Meeting - Little Field, 7:00 pm
14-15 South Sound Swap Meet and Fly-in- Chehalis, WA.,
28 MRRCS Quad Fun Day - Pfeiffer Field, Yelm

2021 calendar

Club News

trust-logo     The Recreational UAS Safety Test

Well Club members, it has finally happened. The FAA now requires all recreational flyers to pass The Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST). The FAA defines a "Recreational Flyer" as a person operating Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) weighing less than fifty-five pounds exclusively for recreational purposes. This includes airplanes and helicopters as well as multi-rotors. If it flies and we control it remotely, the rule applies. Although the test is really directed at multi-rotors, the rule applies to ALL UAS.

The on-line test cannot be failed. If you answer wrong, it will tell you why and prompt you to answer again until you give the correct answer. Once completed, you must save and print the certificate it produces. Your on-line information disappears and cannot be re-printed from the site. Once printed it never expires, but if you lose it, you must take the test all over again. The certificate must be available on demand by the FAA or any law enforcement agency. The test is free but must be accomplished at a "TRUST" approved site. It takes about thirty minutes to complete, depending on how fast of a reader you are.

More information is available here:
Here is a video that explains it more simply:
Here is a link to a site that is approved for testing & issuing certificates:
The AMA also has a test site:

The AMA site is rather slow; I'd recommend using the first one. There are others, but they must display the "TRUST" logo to be a valid testing site.

Flying just gets more and more interesting as time goes by.
Please get your certificate and be safe. But most of all, let's have fun!
Duane Barrett, President, Kitsap ARCS

Thank You

On behalf or the Kitsap Arcs Radio Control Society I would like to thank former member J. Rowley and his wife for their generous gift to our members. All planes found loving homes. We would wish the Rowley’s a safe and adventurous trip on their move to Arkansas after so long in Kitsap county. -- Duane Barrett, President, Kitsap ARCS

New Runway - On Hold!

The runway work originally scheduled for the weekend of June 12th is on hold for now. The company we were purchasing the fabric from sold out before they processed our order. They say it will be three to five weeks before they receive a new supply. We will reschedule when we have a new delivery date from the company.

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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.
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Website History

July 23:   Added July Meeting Minutes; Updated August events.

July 3:   Added July Racing Results.

Jun 26:   Added Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST) information; updated Upcoming Events.

Jun 13:   Added President's Message thanking J. Rowley for his donation; added June meeting minutes; updated Upcoming Events.

Jun 9:   Runway replacement on-hold.

Jun 7:   Updated Upcoming Events.

Jun 6:   Added June Racing Results

Jun 2:   Added runway replacement notice; updated Upcoming Events and Calendar.

May 30:   Added President's Memorial Day message.

May 27:   Updated Upcoming Events; added April & May meeting minutes; added President's message regarding locking the gate; updated Build Challenge page with final results.

May 26:   Fixed Front Page links to Racing and Racing Results.

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Marlin Little Field

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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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