MIAMI R/C FIELD RULES
Updated 2/27/15

1.   A current AMA membership is required to fly at this field.  Exception (AMA    Insurance Coverage):      “Any flying at the field on a “buddy-box” permits a non-AMA member to fly on a one time-per-person basis”.  
NOTE: More information in
AMA Doucment 911. www.mrcflyer.org/AMA911.pdf 


2.
   Frequency board use:  When a person is ready to use their 72 mhz FM transmitter
for any reason, that person must get the pin from the frequency board, clip on
transmitter. Use of frequency pin is limited to 15 minutes if others are waiting.  When
use of the frequency is done return the PIN to the proper location on the frequency
board.

3.  
While guest are always welcome, there shall be a limit of one (1) guest per club
member per day and  their flying activities must not infringe upon club members use of
the field.  Guest will be limited to  three flying sessions excluding special events as
approved by the Board of Directors.  The club member must be present at all times with
their guest. Club members are responsible for advising guest of these rules...


4
.   While flying the pilot is to stand at or behind the flight line on the (PIT) side of the
runway.  AMA RULE RC-7 - ………..no powered model may be flown outdoor closer
than 25 feet to any individual, except for the pilot and the pilot's helper(s) located at the
flight line.


5.
   ALL TAKE OFFS AND LANDINGS SHOULD BE INTO THE WIND WHEN
POSSIBLE AND NEAR THE CENTER OF THE RUNWAY, ALL  FLYERS SHOULD
USE THE SAME PATTERN.   NO CROSS RUNWAY TAKE OFFS AND
LANDINGS.  Emergency landings may cause a different landing pattern.  In case of an
Emergency, the pilot must make an effort to announce such Emergency, all other flyers
must then avoid flying over the runway until all airplanes and people are clear of the
runway.


6.
   Flying behind or over the PIT & PILOT AREA and PARKING LOT and Intentionally
flying toward the pits is prohibited

7.
   DO NOT PIT IN FRONT OF SHELTER. Flyers are to stay alert for and keep their 
aircraft well away from all full size air traffic.


8.
   TAXING INTO PITS AND PILOT AREA IS PROHIBITED. You may taxi from your 
pit location to RUNWAY AREA.  Engines should never be revived up in the pit area 
when the airplane is pointed in the direction of other people including self.  After
landing kill engine before entering pit area.  Work on equipment or airplanes within
the shelter is allowed except for running engines, electric or IC.


9.
   All trash, including broken propellers, is to be removed when leaving the field.


10.
  If someone is mowing there is no flying.


11.
  A Household Member and/or Guest under the age of 18 must have a parent or
guardian present when they are at the field flying or working on their equipment.

12.
  Keep all torque rolling and 3D moves over the tilled portion of the property away 
from the runway.


13.
  No vehicles are allowed beyond the Northwest end of the pit/runway area except 
motor homes.


14.
  When driving on the gravel lane in the field, the farmer’s vehicles have the
right-of-way and no parking of vehicles on the gravel lane, this lane must stay
open for the farmer’s vehicles.


15.
  If a member brings a table or stand to work from or a canopy, it must be removed 
when said member leaves the field, it cannot be left on the property.


16.
The OWNER and OPERATORS hereby grants permission to MRC members to
enter other areas of the property adjacent to the runway to retrieve downed aircraft
and for no other reason.  Only the aircraft owner and no more than 2 helpers are
allowed to retrieve the downed aircraft.


17.
No member or family member shall be allowed on other parts of the property except 
by rule 16.  Everyone must stay in the grass/runway area.


18. 
FLYING FIELD OPENS FOR FLYING:  9:00 am every day.  Night flying
, of
electrics, is allowed following AMA Rule RC - 9.   Radio-controlled night flying is 
limited to low-performance model aircraft (less than 100 mph). The model aircraft
must be equipped with a lighting system which clearly defines the aircraft's attitude
and direction at all times.


19.
  When using the Charging Station, DO NOT park airplanes in the shelter to charge 
in plane batteries, Please use the outlets available on each end of the shelter  
parking you plane outside of the shelter.
The table top of the Charging Station is for charger and batteries while charging.
Please return the club’s charging adaptor to the location you found it.