Welcome to The Hawks!


Training is every Tuesday at 6:00 PM weather permitting

We typically train new persons to fly every Tuesday evening weather permitting. Training usually starts in April.  It occurs from 6:00 PM until dark, during daylight savings time months.  This is on an instructor permitting basis.  To insure we are training on a particular evening or for more information: click here to contact the training co-ordinator.
The Hawks operate under the guidelines of the Academy of Model Aeronautics (AMA) and the by laws of the Hawks. An individual that does not belong to the Hawks and / or AMA is still welcome to join us as a guest. We offer a 60 day introductory including 3 flying sessions with an instructor prior to joining the Hawks and AMA. The individual can then move forward and become a member of the Hawks Club and AMA if they choose.
Almost anyone can learn to fly a radio controlled model aircraft, with the help of a competent flight instructor. This article is intended as a guide to help the student understand the steps necessary to learn the art of flying a radio-controlled airplane. By providing a somewhat standardized curriculum and an experienced instructor the solo pilot will achieve all the necessary understanding and skills to be able to safely fly a radio-controlled airplane at a busy model field.

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The HAWKS radio control club is located at 252 Joe Nuxhall Way in Hamilton, Ohio 45015.  Please find the map link at the top right.  We are an organization of dedicated model aircraft enthusiasts.  We fly all sizes and types of RC planes and helicopters.  We also teach newcomers to fly!  We were formed in the fall of 1977.  Bob Smorey was the club founder and its first elected president in 1978. The HAWKS currently administers a field on the City of Hamilton Waste Water Treatment Department of 17 acres and shares a 200 acre grassland set aside for wildlife and bird watching.  The HAWKS originally started within Joyce Park.  In 2005 we were moved to our current facility at 252 Joe Nuxhall Way.  We maintain a 550' by 30' paved runway and taxiways.

Come on out and fly with us!


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Mark susz - 06/17/2022 - 14:10

Hi guys - does anyone in the club fly hell’s if so please contact me This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Thanks, Mark

Curt Kohler - 06/15/2022 - 12:48

Has the runway asphalt sealer cured enough to be usable today without getting it all over yourself if you walk on it?

Glenn Corrie - 06/14/2022 - 08:55

Depends on the number of students that show up. The Rules sign mentions that the field closes at 6:00 on Tuesday for training. If the turn out is small then Larry allows some flying. Head trainer makes the call.

James Carter - 06/13/2022 - 19:34

Is there open flying on training night?

Robert E Dochterman - 06/07/2022 - 11:30

I was informed the field is open today, Tuesday. Black topping will be rescheduled due to weather.