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Please review the proposed sequences that have been posted for membership feedback.  Forward all comments to your NSRCA DVP or other board members for compilation and consideration.  It’s important that all comments be as specific as possible to inform any potential modifications.

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The National Society of Radio Controlled Aerobatics is an organization dedicated to the promotion and advancement of competitive flying of radio controlled precision aerobatic model airplanes. Our goals are:

• To create a national community of competitive pilots that share information on flying and building pattern aircraft through printed, digital and social media
• To develop new aerobatic sequences for all AMA based competition classes
• To encourage fellow sport flyers to increase their skill level through competition
• To work with the Academy of Model Aeronautics Contest Board for R/C Aerobatics to provide counsel on rules changes based on member feedback
• To develop and maintain judging criteria”