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|NASA News & Just Posted Items!
NASA R/C Flight Score Sheet - lanscape
This form allows you to only print out 2 forms for an entire contest (providing you use the same routine). Each round can be cut-away from the scores so the sheet can be re-used. Click here.
2014 FAI Sporting Code. This includes all international scale rules including the newF4H sport scale class. Click here.
NASA R/C Spotter Call Sheet. We've just posted a .pdf of the official NASA Spotter Call Sheet. Download your copy today so you can printout call sheets for all your upcoming contests. Click here.
2014 NASA Elections. Congratulations to Mike Barbee for his re-election to the President's position. Also, we congratulate and welcome Dale Arvin as our new Vice President, and Tina Patton as our new Secretary/Treasurer.
The Vice President's position is subject to a runoff as there was no clear majority winner. That position will be filled on January 16th.
2014 Scale NATS information. We have the dates and some preliminary info for next year's Scale NATS. Click here for more info.
NASA Store. Now you can purchase NASA merchandise - patches, stickers and pins. Click here.
NASA Photostream on Flickr. We've just created a new archive of event photos over the past several years. This new archive is hosted on Flickr and we invite you to check it out.
Our photostream is growing by leaps and bounds each month. Also, the photos are separated into individual events. For more information, click here.