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Red River R/C Flyers was founded to promote the sport of flying radio controlled (R/C) models in the Red River Valley of Minnesota and North Dakota. The Club is a chartered member of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA), the national organization that promotes the sport of model aviation.

Red River R/C Flyers come from the Red River Valley, including the University Of North Dakota school of Aerospace Science. We share experiences and enjoy discussions about building and flying R/C Model airplanes, helicopters and multi-rotor drones. Members work to provide education and training to members and the community about the art and science of RC aeromodelling

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Donated a box of roofing nails to the shed redo project. ... See MoreSee Less

Going to fly over to seasons cafe in EGF for coffee and fellowship at 3:00 pm. Today.
All welcome, we can talk about upcoming events.
Tom Stennes
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Going to the field for a few flights before the rain comes ... See MoreSee Less

Wayne and I just left . Weather is great. Airfield freshly mowed. Sand piles are shrinking. ... See MoreSee Less

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Ken SchulerGot my three flights in for June, back to the Sonex!

4 days ago
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Looks like a great evening coming up. I'm guessing we'll see some Pilots at the Field tonight! ... See MoreSee Less

Looks like a great evening coming up. Im guessing well see some Pilots at the Field tonight!

Thank you to who ever did this. Nice addition to the club Flying Field. ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you to who ever did this.  Nice addition to the club Flying Field.

Looks like 70 MPH winds were more then are wind sock could handle. Nice to see this was the only Damage from last week's storm. ... See MoreSee Less

Looks like 70 MPH winds were more then are wind sock could handle.   Nice to see this was the only Damage from last weeks storm.

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Ron RayI sneezed.

6 days ago
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Neal MartinI bought a really nice heavy duty commercial wind sock with the stick in the ground stand and pole a couple years ago. It's still brand new in my garage. I could maybe donate it or trade for a couple of year's dues. 😀

5 days ago
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Tom StennesNeal Let me talk to some this pver

5 days ago
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Tom StennesSo much for big fingers. Neal we may very well be interested.

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