Excaliber Model Fuels
Custom Blended Model Fuels
Contact: Lou Wolgast
RSM Distribution
Laser Cut Kits, Accessories, and Necessities
11875 Pigeon Pass Rd.
Suite B13-409
Moreno Valley, CA 92557
Contact: Mike Hanson

Hobby Shops
Covina Hobby
140 N. Citrus Ave.
Covina CA, 91723
Gyro Hobbies
23052 Lake Forest Dr. Unit C-2
Laguna Hills CA, 92653
Smith Brother's Hobbies
8941 Reseda Blvd.
Northridge CA, 91324
Ultimate Hobbies
1536 Katella Ave.
Orange CA, 92867

Academy Of Model Aeronautics
The parent organization for aeromodeling in the United States
Goran Olsson's Hemisphere of Fun
Precision Aerobatic Model Pilot's Association
Forum sites with members exchanging views and news
A site from Italy (English titles optional) by an artist and C/L flier

Points of Interest
Arizona Wing CAF Aircraft Museum
2017 N. Greenfield Rd.
Mesa AZ, 85215
(480) 924-1940
The Arizona Wing of the Commemorative Air Force is an all-volunteer nonprofit 501 C 3 museum and receives no government funding. The wing is maintained and operated through fundraising events, gift shop items and donations. The Arizona Wing members are dedicated to preserving aviation history and wartime memorabilia f or future generations. The Arizona Wing primary mission is to maintain and operate aircraft from WW II to Vietnam. The Arizona Wing is located at 2017 N. Greenfield Rd. at Falcon Field Airport in Mesa, AZ.
Palm Springs Air Museum
745 North Gene Autry Trail
Palm Springs CA, 92262
(760) 778-6262 ext: 222
The Palm Springs Air Museum houses one of the nations largest collection of World War II flying aircraft. These planes are displayed in modern, well lighted, air-conditioned and clean hangars. Our Buddy Rodgers Theater shows daily documentaries related to aviation in the military with an emphasis on World War II. In addition to planes and historic artifacts, the museum is host to a library of 6300 volumes primarily related to aviation and American military history. Complimenting our extensive displays, the museum sponsors Saturday commemorative educational programs for our visitors and members. These Saturday programs often include demonstration flights of our aircraft. On those days, members and visitors can participate in the sights and sounds of World War II or later conflicts as these programs dictate. See Events above for more information.
Pima Air and Space Museum
6000 E. Valencia Rd.
Tucson AZ, 85706
(520) 574-0462
Pima Air and Space Museum, where history takes flight, is one of the largest air and space museums in the world, and the largest non-government funded aviation museum. You'll see more than 275 aircraft and spacecraft including many of the most historically significant and technically advanced craft ever produced, both from the United States and throughout the world.
Planes Of Fame Air Museum
7000 Merrill Ave. #17
Chino CA, 91710
(909) 597-3722
Planes of Fame Air Museum is an independently operated, non-profit 501(c)(3) aviation museum dedicated to collecting, restoring, displaying, and preserving aircraft and memorabilia for the educational benefit of current and future generations. The Planes of Fame Air Museum was the first permanent air museum west of the Rocky Mountains. It officially opened to the public in January 1957 with an initial collection of six aircraft. Currently, Planes of Fame houses over 150 aircraft at its two locations, the main facility at Chino Airport in California and a satellite museum near the Grand Canyon at Valle Airport in Arizona.
San Diego Air and Space Museum
2001 Pan American Plz
San Diego CA, 92101
(619) 234-8291
Aviation history is truly a remarkable story, and it all unfolds at the San Diego Air and Space Museum. Your journey through the history of flight begins as you stand beneath a model of the Montgolfier brothers' hot air balloon of 1783 - the first manned vehicle in recorded history to break the bonds of gravity and lift man above the Earth. Rare specimens of aircraft suggest the excitement of air combat in the World War I Gallery. Marvel at the entertaining and dangerous antics of the barnstormers of the 1920s in the Golden Age of Flight Gallery. Mint condition aircraft in a mint condition museum - a Spitfire Mk. XVI, a Navy F6F Hellcat and an A-4 Skyhawk jet - these beautifully restored airplanes help you appreciate the increasingly complex technology represented in the classic military aircraft of World War II, Korea and Vietnam. The Museum's display of space age technology, like man's desire to journey to the stars, may never be finished, for it represents an adventure which the human race has truly just begun.