Millis Model Aircraft Club – Charter 1463

Bill Martin Field, an FRIA (FAA-Recognized Identification Area)

A Gold Leader Club

The Millis Model Aircraft Club

Radio Control Airplane Club

The Millis Model Aircraft Club is an AMA (Academy of Model Aeronautics) chartered RC Airplane club located southwest of Boston, MA and is dedicated to everyone’s enjoyment of this exciting, fulfilling hobby.

We require all members and guests conform to the current MMAC Club rules, AMA safety codes and FAA requirements for an up to date TRUST certificate, FAA registration card, and FAA registration numbers clearly attached on the outside of their aircraft. We are a FRIA (FAA-Recognized Identification Area). You do not need a Remote ID module to fly at Bill Martin Field.

We come from all walks of life and range in age from 8 to 84. We always encourage new members…so whether you’re thinking about purchasing your first plane or a seasoned pilot looking for a new experience…email us here to request more info about the Millis Model Aircraft Club, a membership application or an application to the AMA.

Our Club info section reviews Club Membership options and provides downloadable applications. RENEW or Join for 2024 Now!
Check out New to the Hobby for lots of information about radio controlled model aircraft.

Millis Model Aircraft Club members fly at Bill Martin Field in Medfield, MA. Directions to our field can be found here.

Access Road Conditions
Open for Travel

Graph Stage Level is Real Time

Use caution when traveling the access road
to the field after a period of heavy rain.

Level 2.5 ft Road passable
Level 3.0 ft Road passable-trace water on road
Level 3.5 ft Your feet will get wet if out of the car
Level 4.5 ft Road flooded 16+" water Travel at own risk
Level 5.0 ft Minor Flood Stage
Level 7.0 ft Moderate Flood Stage
Level 8.0 ft Major Flood Stage

Next Club Meeting

Tuesday, July 30
at Bill Martin Field
7:30 pm

Watch for your monthly
Newsletter for more information

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AMA Event Calendar for District 1

 What’s happening throughout our District 1 area.

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Recreational UAS Safety Test (TRUST)

All recreational flyers must pass an aeronautical knowledge and safety test and provide proof of test passage (the TRUST completion certificate) to the FAA or law enforcement upon request.

The FAA recently introduced new requirements for recreational pilots with exceptions for limited recreational operations of unmanned aircraft.

F.A.A. TRUST Information

A.M.A. TRUST Course and Test

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UAS Registration

Recently. the FAA published a new rule for the Remote Identification of Unmanned Aircraft. You are required to provide a phone number, the UAS manufacturer and model, and a remote ID serial number, if required, for standard remote ID UAS and remote ID broadcast modules.

All drones/aircraft must be marked on the outside with your UAS registration number.

You can mark all drones that you own and fly exclusively under The Exception for Recreational Flyers with the same registration number.

How to Register or Renew?
Click here.

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Drones/Aircraft which are required to be registered or are registered, including those flown for recreation, business, or public safety, must comply with the rule on Remote ID.

Read the UAS Remote Identification Overview for more information.

The A.M.A. Remote ID Broadcast Module Update can be found here.

The Academy of Model Aeronautics

The Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) is the world’s largest sport aviation organization representing a membership of more than 170,000 from every walk of life. It is a self-supporting, non-profit group whose purpose is to promote development of model aviation as a recognized sport and worthwhile recreational activity. The AMA is open to anyone interested in model aviation and is the official national body for model aviation in the United States.

The AMA charters more than 2,500 model RC airplane clubs across the country. It offers official contest sanctions, insurance and assistance in getting and keeping flying sites. AMA is the voice of its membership, providing liaison with the Federal Aviation Administration, the Federal Communications Commission and other government agencies. The AMA also works with local governments, zoning boards, and parks departments to promote the interests of local chartered RC airplane clubs.

The AMA sanctions more than a thousand model competitions throughout the country each year and certifies official model flying records on a national and international level. It is the organizer of the annual National Aeromodeling Championships, the world’s largest model airplane competition. In addition to representation, insurance and information, the AMA offers its members a monthly color magazine, Model Aviation.

For liability insurance reasons, AMA membership in good standing is required in addition to MMAC club membership. An AMA application can be found in the Membership section of our page, or at the AMA website. For more information you can contact:

Academy of Model Aeronautics
5161 East Memorial Drive
Muncie, Indiana 47302

See you at the field!