Welcome to the Hawks!

- About The Hawks -

The HAWKS originally started within Joyce Park. In 2005 we were moved to our current facility at 252 Joe Nuxhall Way. We currently administer a field on the City of Hamilton Waste Water Treatment Department of 17 acres and share a 200 acre grassland set aside for wildlife and bird watching.

Our flying site is dedicated to radio control model aircraft.  Operations commence under the rules set forth by the AMA and the City of Hamilton.  Some amenities include a 550' by 30' paved runway, pit tables, starting stands, a shelter, clubhouse, electricity and a port-o-let. 

Guests are always welcome! Come out and fly with us.

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Glenn Corrie - 09/30/2023 - 20:17

I got a call from Keith Davidson tonight with sad news. Debbie Roberts, who once served as the HAWKS treasurer passed yesterday.

D. R. Boggs - 09/19/2023 - 09:07

Just heard from Chuck Branigan, he said he is doing fine.

Michael A Cain - 09/07/2023 - 09:03

Got this notice from AirMasyers today... Hawks hopefully is on the way too!.... All Pilots,Jim Maupin has informed me that he has received an email from the AMA regarding the application he sent in to the AMA regarding FRIA approval.Airmasters Airfield has received APPROVAL of our site as a FRIA approved site.This means that AMA members and club members that fly at our airfield DO NOT require any "REMOTE ID" radio transmitter devices.Jim has been in contact with the AMA and has requested the FAA notification email to the AMA as additional confirmation. Our AMA contact has confirmed that he will forward this information.I would like to thank Jim Maupin for his time and efforts to tactfully make sure that our field was approved considering the local challenges.Barry --Barry AshepaAirmasters President513-520-3479---Rick WegertAirMasters This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Paul ONeal - 09/03/2023 - 10:14

Hey Chuck…will say some prayers for you. As far as the violin goes, I’ll be happy to give you some free lessons!

Chuck Branigan - 08/12/2023 - 08:48

Hello all. It's been some time since I flew much. I'm going for open heart surgery 9/5. After I mend maybe I'll have the energy to come out to enjoy the gang, and flying again. The Doc said I should be able to play the violin afterwards, funny I could never play one before. ?