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Welcome to MMRCC ...

Located in Jackson, Mississippi, the Mid-Mississippi Radio Control Club is chartered by the Academy of Model Aeronautics and was formed over 25 years ago to foster and promote the sport and hobby of flying radio controlled model aircraft in the central Mississippi area. Our mission is to promote the awareness of, and participation in, R/C flying within the community.

As part of our commitment to our mission, MMRCC provides qualified instructors, free of charge, to teach anyone with the desire to fly. And, those club members who are not dedicated instructors are always willing to lend a hand and offer advice to beginners learning the hobby.

Everyone is always welcome to stop by the field and check out the action.  Prospective members are invited to attend the monthly meetings.

MMRCC does require all members to have a current AMA membership.

Our home field is located at the rear of the City of Jackson's landfill in Byram, Mississippi.

Visitors and spectators are always welcome ...  Map to field  


WIN A 30% YAK-54

Mid-Mississippi RC Club is raffling a 30% TOC YAK 54.  Winner will drawn at the Sping Fly-In on June 5th (you do not have to be present to win). This is a $600.00 value and is on display at HobbyTown USA.  Tickets are $5.00 each and can be purchased from any MMRCC member or at HobbyTownUSA in Flowood.  Out-of-towners may send a check to MMRCC Raffle, 2420B River Oaks, Jackson, MS 39211 and your tickets will be mailed to you.  Proceeds will go to the Field Improvement Fund.

30% Yak-54
Wingspan 87"
Wing Area 1422 sq in
Length 75.5"
Weight 16 lbs
Wing Loading 26 oz/sq ft
Engine 50cc 







MMRCC 2009 Spring Fly-In - A huge success!

The 21th annual MMRCC Spring Fly-In was held on Saturday, June 6, 2009 at the new Byram field.  The weather was perfect and we had a record attendance of 64 pilots, as well as, a great number of spectators. This was the largest event ever held by MMRCC.  A good cross section of warbirds, giant scale, 3D, jets and sport aircraft were represented.


As usual, Hank Cooper did an outstanding job as CD and Bobby Bassett and Phil Lieb manned the "cook tent" providing everyone with their famous "fly-in" hamburgers.

Many other members also pitched in to run the impound area and raffle booth. 

  A great team effort by all!


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