Tucson Soaring Club
The Tucson Soaring Club (TuSC) was formed in November of 1967 and operated out of Ryan Field. There were 25 charter members. In 1983, the club moved to Marana Number 5 Auxiliary Field (a field used during WWII). The members cleared the brush for runways and built the hangars. The field was named El Tiro Gliderport after the road which leads to the airport.
Year-round operations and spectacular soaring weather offer club members ranging from beginning students to proficient cross-country pilots an excellent soaring environment.