Former AMA President John Clemens probably attracted a lot of attention wearing the jacket below. It certainly qualifies as a #PatchTuesday all by itself! ————————————————————————— For more information on the National Model Aviation Museum, including our location, hours and admission fees visit: www.modelaircraft.org/museumContinue reading
Week 4 – October 28, 2011: AMA Incorporates, Separates from the NAA, 1966 It may not look like much, but the following document made the AMA a stand-alone organization. Originally a part of the NAA, the AMA became its own separated entity on October 26, 1966. What followed this first […]Continue reading
Week 4 – April 28, 2011 – AMA Presidents According to the 1948 By-laws of the AMA, Article IX, Section 2: According to the 1948 By-laws of the AMA, Article IX, Section 2: “The President shall be the Chief Officer of the A.M.A., shall preside at all meetings of the A.M.A., […]Continue reading
Week 5 – March 31, 2011: A New Headquarters in Muncie For over 5 years, the entire staff of the AMA was crammed in what is now the National Model Aviation Museum building. This limited growth of the museum’s collections and limited space to be utilized by all AMA staff. […]Continue reading
Willis C. Brown, 1st AMA President
Elected to serve in 1936 by Council; Elected to serve in 1937 by membership ballot. Brown, Willis and Dick Black, The History of the Academy of Model Aeronautics. Washington DC; Academy of Model Aeronautics, c. 1967, Pg# 7.