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Yukon’s “Cubs & Cousins” fun fly July 1st.

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Elkins Field photos – 6 May 2017

Great pictures by Clem of our new runway, taxiways, and pit area. Great job by a great club!
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2017 Area Flying Events

Area Flying Events for 2017 are listed in this document. We will update the document when more events are added.... Read More

New Runway Installation and First Flight – 2017

Here’s the work on the runway at the end of 3 Feb 2017. More than a dozen members were there all day braving the cold wind. It’s looking good.

Rules and Procedures for using the VA Center Lake

VA Center Lake Rules & Safety Guidelines PDF file for download: VA Center Lake Rules & Safety Guidelines

1. Safety of the VA Center residents is most important! Be especially vigilant and be careful you don’t interfere with their movement. Some are impaired or may be in wheel chairs. Never leave a gate open for longer than it takes to pass through it. Open gates to the water area are attractive to residents (especially old fishermen), but very dangerous for them. Be extremely careful if backing a vehicle because wheelchairs are low and hard to see and they could unexpectedly be anywhere on the property.

Elkins Field Rules and Safety Guidelines

Field Rules & Safety Guidelines PDF file for download: Field Rules & Safety Guidelines... Read More

Wounded Warrior Project Press Release

Local Model Club Raises Money for Wounded Warrior Project... Read More

The KSWO Channel 7 story about the Wingz and Dawgz fun fly

Thanks to the club members with connections. 🙂... Read More

2009 Mall Show

The Lawton Area Fun Flyer Society’s first model airplane show held recently at Central Mall in Lawton was deemed a “great success” by LAFFS club president Ken Isaac. “We had steady traffic all day,” Isaac said, “with people waiting to use our three flight simulators and a lot of questions about the models, particularly the jet turbine model displayed by Brent Brennan, and the big Russian Yak 54 owned by Jerry Chinnow. (more…)

Model Club’s New Flying Field Ready—Military Welcome, by Larry Kruse

It’s been a busy year for the Lawton Area Fun Flyers Society radio control model airplane club since the model flying site at Ft. Sill was closed, but everything is now in place for the new outdoor flying season, according to Ken Isaac, the club’s president. “We’re particularly pleased to have our new flying field complete and available this year,” Isaac said, “and we welcome members of the military who currently participate in the hobby or would like to do so. We have several model flyers posted at Ft. Sill who are currently club members and would like to have others join us. Because of deployments and re-assignments, we have special provisions for short-term club membership.”... Read More