The closest Hospital is: 
Coney Island Hospital
2601 Ocean Parkway
Brooklyn, New York 11235 General Information: (718) 616-3000

The flying field is located at:
Calvert Vaux Park – Entrance on Shore Parkway Service Road
Gravesend Bay, Shore Parkway service road, Bay 44-Bay 49 Streets

In an emrgency, have someone meet the emergency responders at the front gate and lead them to our field.


Screen Shot 2018-05-31 at 6.56.48 PM.png

click here FAA REGISTRATION

All members must be familiar with the AMA national Model Aircraft safety codes along with SRW's safety rules:
Safety is everyone's responsibility to enforce.
If any person operates in a non-safe matter – YOU have the right to speak up and say “TAKE TWO”. – Take two minutes to stop and check out the unsafe situation.    

Field Safety

  • Except for Public flying days the gate to the flying field must be kept locked at all times.
  • No flying, if there are people on the field or during field maintenance i.e. mowing.
  •  
  • Club members, guests, event participants can flying provided they have current AMA membership.
  •  
  • If there is debris on the field, it must be properly discarded before flying.
  •  
  • Smoking is not permitted.
  • Alcohol consumption or drug usage is not permitted on the field or from 8 hours before flying.
  •  
  • Before turning on 72/53 MHz transmitter or any FPV equipment check with other pilots to see what channel/frequency are being used.
  •  
  • All members must follow New York City Park rules: http://www.nycgovparks.org/sub_about/rules_and_regulations/rr_1-04.html
  • Pit Area Safety
  • No spooling up (spinning blades).
  • While in the Pit Area watch for people that may wander onto the field, be on the lookout for potential safety hazards
  • Unless approved by a Board member, parking in the Pit Area is for members only
  • Flight line Safety
  • Shall be a safe distance from the Pit Area
  • No pets or children on the flight line
  • Inform other pilots before retrieving a downed aircraft or other intentions.
  • Flights behind the flight line or over the pits is prohibited.

STAY BEHIND THE FLIGHT LINE



 

 

Academy of Model Aeronautics National Model Aircraft Safety CodeEffective January 1, 2018

A model aircraft is a non-human-carrying device capable of sustained flight within visual line of sight of the pilot or spotter(s). It may not exceed limitations of this code and is intended exclusively for sport, recreation, education and/or competition. All model flights must be conducted in accordance with this safety code and related AMA guidelines, any additional rules specific to the flying site, as well as all applicable laws and regulations.

As an AMA member I agree:

• I will not fly a model aircraft in a careless or reckless manner.

• I will not interfere with and will yield the right of way to all human-carrying aircraft using AMA’s See and Avoid Guidance and a spotter when appropriate.

• I will not operate any model aircraft while I am under the influence of alcohol or any drug that could adversely affect my ability to safely control the model. I will avoid flying directly over unprotected people, moving vehicles, and occupied structures.

• I will fly Free Flight (FF) and Control Line (CL) models in compliance with AMA’s safetyprogramming.

• I will maintain visual contact of an RC model aircraft without enhancement other than corrective lenses prescribed to me. When using an advanced flight system, such as an autopilot, or flying First-Person View (FPV), I will comply with AMA’s Advanced FlightSystem programming.

• I will only fly models weighing more than 55 pounds, including fuel, if certified throughAMA’s Large Model Airplane Program.

• I will only fly a turbine-powered model aircraft in compliance with AMA’s Gas TurbineProgram.

• I will not fly a powered model outdoors closer than 25 feet to any individual, except for myself or my helper(s) located at the flightline, unless I am taking off and landing, or asotherwise provided in AMA’s Competition Regulation.

• I will use an established safety line to separate all model aircraft operations from spectators and bystanders.

 

For a complete copy of AMA’s Safety Handbook please click on image to the right and go to tab "members and club"