FRC Team 4711, Flying Aces

"Fortes Fortuna Adiuvat"

Started in 2011, the Flying Aces Robotics Team (FRC Team 4711) soared to new heights at a competition as close to real world engineering as a student can get.  The Flying Aces were honored at the 2014 FIRST Robotics Northern California Regionals with The Team Spirit Award.  Judges wrote, “This winning team, the epitome of the phrase small but mighty, are recognized for extraordinary enthusiasm and spirit through exceptional partnership and teamwork. Just like their namesake, this team’s spirit soars high.”  

Robotics is known as the varsity sport of the mind and the hardest fun kids will ever have.  Thanks to the award-winning spirit of The Flying Aces, robotics is taking off at the Camarillo Airport, the home base of The Flying Aces.

“I love engineering.  It’s magical to me,” says Flying Aces Team member Austin Abeyta.  “Robotics is the frontier, the future of engineering.  Gears, wires, computers, visual graphics, when I look at something I want to know how I can learn more about this.”

Future Mechanical Engineer Zach Robinson says, “I’ve always liked working with my hands.  In engineering and robotics, I can see something built with my own hands.”

With the amazing support given to us by our mentors, team 3925, our awesome sponsors, and the entire community, we are aiming even higher this year, so please take a look at the rest of the site and get in touch with us for team news, opportunities, and events

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