We are the Denver-area chapter of the International Aerobatic Club, a division of the Experimental Aircraft Association. Our members come from all along the Front Range from Ft. Collins to Colorado Springs, as well as from neighboring states. RMAC's goal is safety above all else. We share a love of aerobatic flying, whether for personal enjoyment, the precise demands of competition, or working on the sidelines as judges and support personnel at contests. Our activities fall into three main categories:

  • Competition
  • Recreational flying, including critique and practice days
  • Group meetings and social events

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Operation Rudolph - CANCELLED

Hi Fellow Pilots and Friends,

It is with a very heavy heart that I am announcing Operation Rudolph has been cancelled. The lawyers and board at the organization that was supporting the foster children decided they did not want the liability and exposure, despite the fact that they sent out certificates to 50 children for Christmas. Needless to say, I feel horrible for the kids, whom I'm sure have already had enough disappointments in their lives.

HOLIDAY PARTY! Saturday Jan. 15th

IAC12 Holiday Party - Sat Jan 15, 5pm. 2975 Piper Drive S., Erie CO 80516.


You are cordially invited to join us for an evening of food, drink, and camaraderie. The party will be fully catered, $20pp for members and their guests, $25pp for non-members, $10 for kids.

RSVPs are much appreciated -- tlarkfamily [at] gmail.com (click here) to let us know you're coming. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Meeting Minutes: 2010-12-15

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  • Bob Freeman, Brian Cabebe, Dwight Swift, Tom Larkin, Mike Forney, John Blum, Glen Marshman, DJ Molny

News From Members

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  • Brian Cabebe has purchased a Rampage fuselage and is starting work on the project.
  • DJ Molny is busy wringing out (and trying to keep up with) his G200.
  • Bob Freeman is learning tumbles in his G200.
  • John Blum reports that his acro training business is picking up a bit from last year.
  • Glen Marshman just received the Airworthiness Certificate on his Rans S-9 project.
  • Tom Larking is searching for a third location to expand his restaurant empire.
  • Dwight Swift is a new IAC12 member, graduate of Tutima Academy, and owns a Pitts S-2B hangared at Centennial.

Congrats to all!


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