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Ircha 2012 (International Radio Controlled Helicopter Association)

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The International Radio Controlled Helicopter Association (IRCHA) was established as an organization by the pilots, for the pilots.  IRCHA works to promote the continued growth of radio controlled helicopters through education, representation, service, and special events.  Radio controlled helicopters are a dynamic, evolving segment of the AMA and as such IRCHA works closely with the AMA to foster growth and acceptance. Through these endeavors, IRCHA hopes to provide its members with the opportunity to enjoy the hobby, make many new friends, and expand their intellectual interests.

People from all around the world assisted to the 2012 event (like we did from Puebla and Veracurz, Mexico)

http://www.ircha.org/index.php?pr=Photo_Albums&curPhoto=3&curAlbum=2009%20Birds%20Of%20IRCHA#album

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