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Hawk Field Rules

City of Omaha

Hawk Field Rules

Effective June 26, 2020

1. All persons operating R/C aircraft from Hawk Field or flying off the lake at Standing Bear Lake Recreation Area must display a valid field permit. Field permits can be obtained from Omahawks R/C Inc. upon proof of a valid AMA membership and payment of the required membership fee. Visitors may fly in Board approved events or as a guest of a permit holder.

2. All persons operating R/C aircraft from Hawk Field or the lake at Standing Bear Lake Recreation Area shall fly in a safe and controlled manner.

3. When a 72 mhz transmitter is in use, a Hawk Field field permit or valid AMA membership card must be on the appropriate frequency flag. All 72 mhz transmitters must be turned off at all times, unless posted on the required frequency flag.

4. All R/C aircraft must meet AMA guidelines for noise.

5. All flying must be within the Standing Bear Lake Recreation Area boundaries and east of the safety fence at Hawk Field, with the exception of the Park Flyers Area. When flying off the lake, all aircraft must remain over the lake area.

6. R/C aircraft powered by internal combustion engines can be flown on weekdays from 8:00 AM to 10:00 PM and on weekends and holidays from 9:00 AM to 10:00 PM.

7. In the event of a Personal Injury, Property Damage, flyaways, or crashes outside the approved flying area as defined in Rule #5, a member of the Omahawks Board shall be notified within 12 hours of incident.

8. Turbine powered R/C aircraft are prohibited from flying at Hawk Field at Standing Bear Lake Recreation Area.

9. Airplane engines/motors must be turned off before crossing the safety fence line as the plane exits the runway.

10. FPV (First Person View) flying must comply with all AMA guidelines, including the use of a spotter.

Failure to observe these rules may result in the loss of flying privileges

at Hawk Field and/or revocation of the operator’s field permit.

Flying at Hawk Field and off of the lake at Standing Bear Lake Recreation Area is

managed and operated by Omahawks R/C, Inc. for and on behalf of the City of Omaha

Omahawks R/C, Inc is authorized to enforce these rules

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In Effect and Updated on 6/26/2020.The Omahawks R/C Inc. and the City of Omaha Parks, Recreation and Public Property Department have established rules to govern all radio controlled model operations within Standing Bear Lake Recreation Area.

Each and every individual who operates radio controlled models within Standing Bear Lake Recreation Area must read, understand, and abide by the rules that govern the operation of radio controlled models within Standing Bear Lake.

Flying at Hawk Field and off of the lake at Standing Bear Lake Recreation Area is managed and operated by Omahawks R/C, Inc. for and on behalf of the City of Omaha. Omahawks R/C, Inc. is authorized to enforce these rules.

Rule 7 was club approved on 7/29/2016 to inform Board Members of injuries, flyaways, and other notable issues that could affect the club.
 
Several Rules were revised and approved by Club Membership on May 27th 2016. These revisions included provisions for 2.4 radios.

 

Rule 3 to be revised on June 26, 2020 by the board of directors to read as follows: When a 72 mhz transmitter is in use, a Hawk Field field permit or valid AMA membership card must be on the appropriate frequency flag. All 72 mhz transmitters must be turned off at all times, unless posted on the required frequency flag.

Rule 9 & 10 to be added June 26 2020 to read: Airplane engines/motors must be turned off before crossing the safety fence line as the plane exits the runway.

Rule 10. FPV (First Person View) flying must comply with all AMA guidelines, including the use of a spotter.

If you have any questions related to these rules, please contact the President of the Omahawks R/C Inc.