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AMA launches e-newsletter for helicopter and multirotor enthusiasts

This e-newsletter is focused specifically on model helicopter and multirotor enthusiasts and features content from Model Aviation magazine, as well as AMA’s other media outlets! Model Aviation Rotor Report is...

DJI And AMA Launch Joint Drone Safety And Training Program

DJI, the world’s leading maker of unmanned aircraft systems, and the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA), the nation’s leading voice for aircraft modellers, are launching a joint program to...

Lawrence Tougas for AMA president, just say no

Lawrence Tougas, that would be a no from sUAS News. There is another election going in the USA, this one for President of The Academy of Model Aeronautics, the AMA. The...

A Call to Action for AUVSI Members in the UAS Community

Following hot on the heals of the AMAs action to call members to write to congress to protect the rights of aeromodellers. The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International...

A call to arms from the Academy of Model Aeronautics

Ahead of the NPRM the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA)  is asking its members to let their voices be heard and at the time of writing 42500 letters have...

AMA Works to Amend Reauthorization Bill Providing Relief for Model Aviation...

M U N C I E, I N – Sen. James Inhofe, OK, successfully sponsored S.223 in the Senate yesterday with an amendment specifying a “Special Rule For...

AMA continues to prepare for NPRM

The following from Rich Hanson of the AMA. For the past three years the AMA has participated in the rulemaking process aimed at establishing federal regulations for small Unmanned...

AMA update

The FAA process to create regulation for the operation of small unmanned aircraft systems (sUAS) in the national airspace continues to move forward. There's been a lot of speculation...

Full size aircraft and 3D model mid air update.

Seems like the AMA is interested in putting its position on the table before the FAA rule on this incident. We originally reported it here. The video that sparked the storm...