FMA, Incorporated of Frederick, Maryland, USA is a manufacturer of R/C aircraft, radio equipment and lithium polymer flight packs and accessories.
The company was founded in 1972 as a radio system manufacturer by Fred and Tim Marks. Approximately 100 products were designed and sold under license from Ace R/C from 1972 through 1994.
Fred Marks is responsible for the 1986 AMA guidelines that defined R/C radio performance regarding channel separation. Marks also developed the so-called "1991" specifications around which all modern R/C receivers are built.
FMA Direct boasts a customer base of more than 30,000 with over 500,000 products currently in the field.