The EAA Chapter 96 VMC club is a free monthly gathering of pilots who want to share experiences and learn from others in various flight situations. Chapter 96 VMC club opportunities are open to all pilots (including non-EAA members) who want to improve their proficiency, gain local knowledge about air space, TFR information, and hanger talk about topics that are relative to current flying conditions surrounding the Compton airport area.
|Feb 07||Topic: Flight into smoke/haze during California fires|
|Mar 07||Topic: Smoking is not good for you|
|Apr 04||Face off – Take off|
This resource is supported through EAA’s national VMC Club and provides pilots an opportunity to participate in a “What would you do” scenario video or discussion topic each month. We will use real-world scenarios to engage everyone, and allow a free exchange of information that improves awareness and skills. The intent is to create a community of pilots willing to share information, provide recognition, foster communications, promote safety, and build proficiency. We will open each meeting with a topic and photos or quick 5 - 10 minute video supplied by EAA national for the purpose of open discussion on the video subject matter.
The next VMC meeting is scheduled for Thursday February 7th, 2019.
For more extensive information visit the national webpage for EAA's VMC Club.