August 10-12 2017
NAMFI is about all Military Aviation. We welcome all models of military aviation no matter the size. Classic non military aircraft (pre-1960) are allowed but must be giant scale with a wingspan of 80 inches or more.
The event will start Thursday at 8am and run till Saturday at 6pm. You are more then welcome to come early or stay late. There will be a pilots meeting at 8:30am each day followed by open flying.
- NAMFI is a pilot friendly, non competition event. Our goal is for everyone to have an enjoyable time. No pilot is more important then another. If we all keep this in mind the odds are in our favor that everyone will enjoy the event.
- NAMFI is an AMA sanctioned event. This means to fly you must be an AMA member (MAAC is also accepted). During open flying we will maintain a racetrack pattern with the direction being dictated by the winds.
- All pilots must be registered and wear their pilot badge. Pit crew are allowed to assist without registering but they must be accompanied by the pilot when in the pits.
- Spotters are strongly encouraged. There will be many people at NAMFI and to help with pilot safety and communication we encourage you to grab a spotter when flying. Remember a good spotter will keep track of what other airplanes are doing and not focus on your airplane.
- 72mhz is allowed. There will be a frequency board in place for the 72mhz flyers however there will be no impound. We will have a frequency sign up sheet for those using 72mhz to help with any channel conflicts. SMMAC will not be held responsible for any issues with using a radio on 72mhz. Please be sure to use the frequency board and watch for frequency conflicts.
- The flight line will be managed till 5pm. After this pilots can still fly but will need to manage the pattern by communicating with other pilots.
- Pets – It is best to leave Fluffy or Butch at home. However if you must bring your pet it must be on leash and monitored by a responsible person at all times. Nobody likes to listen to a pet that is left tied up and alone or step in a mess it made.