Adair field 2016-01-01

Brian Unwin Field is part of the county park system, located 6 miles north of Corvallis at Adair Village, OR, providing pilots with a 300′ x 15′ geo-textile covered runway, along with a  fenced pit area, setup stations, a small shelter and picnic tables. The bulkeasy persuasive speech topics for college of the runway is well drained and is usable year-round.    We welcome all types of AMA sanctioned flight (excluding turbine) at all times the field is open. You will find our members fly everything from large scale gas planes to small electrics, both fixed and rotary wings. Flight rules are posted at the field. While use of the field is open to everyone, please note that the majority of the cost for materials and maintenance are borne by members of the Benton County Radio Control Club.  Your respect for and considerate use of the field will be appreciated by all users.  All pilots are required by Benton Countyexpert paper help to become members of the Academy of Model Aeronautics.  The AMA provides liability insurance for it’s members to protect the life and property of all users.