/ Contest Photos
If you'd like to join the fun these guys and gals are having, it's as close as one of the hundreds of flying clubs around the world. They can be found in every state and they welcome your impromtu visit or membership, it's up to you. All are welcome. To find the one nearest you, email us. email@example.com "It's a privlege knowing these people, and our sons could not have better role models. Keep those photos
coming!" - Ann Connelly
The annual October BARRON FIELD AIR RACES hosted by Tom Hallman and John Houck. Photos sent in by Ron Gosselin.
The annual Flying Aces Club OUTDOOR CHAMPIONSHIPS in Muncie, Indiana. Photos by Tom Hallman.
Read Tom Hallman's recap of the Muncie contest.
Below is the Half aWake Contest in Kansas City. Photos sent in by Jeff Renz.
"Here are some photos of our Half A Wake Contest. We are the HAFFA club. Heart of America Free Flight Association. We still have a couple members finishing up their Half A Wakes. We keep points and fly against each other once a month. This kit is a blast to build and fly." - Jeff Renz, Overland Park, Kansas
The event was Beat Your Span, For Any Easy Built Kit. The models had to land back on the field for the flight
to count, without a DT. Jim Alling won with an almost-finished Rearwin
Speedster. His best flight was 129 seconds. 2nd was Jim Sprenger with an Auster that went OOS in a thermal in an attempt to catch the leader. Don Smith took 3rd with a Tiger
Moth. There were 11 aircraft entered, all but 1 powered by rubber. All types of power systems were allowed, and the model's wingspan was deducted from each flight score to allow even competition between the planes. Your product line is pretty extensive and we wanted to see if we could compete all the sizes against one another. It worked pretty well! - Dave Gee, Black Sheep Squadron Club president, contest director, and 5th place finisher with my Pitcairn.
S.L.O.W. Race 2010. The object is to successfully, slowly, cross the English Channel (well, actually,
the BLUR event course) without getting your feet wet. Slow, steady, and flamboyant wins the race.
Contestants Dave Mitchell, Tom Hallman, Orv Humes, John Hauck, Ron Gosselin, Dave Niedzielski and Wally Ferrell.
Ken Antoine holding his Taylorcraft and Lou Riccardi holding his Skokie enjoy an afternoon of flying at Baron Field in Wawayanda, New York.
Bob Forbes, Librarian at the Burnsville Public Library, leads
free model airplane building classes for local students.
Uwanosora flying club in Toyota, Japan
See their Freshman Embryos, Westland Lysanders and Red Flash planes.
Fourth Annual Harfang Challenge, Quebec, Canada
Kudzu Contest, Goldsboro, NC. Read the flight report from John
NATS Flying Nationals, July in Geneseo, NY - Mike, Zand, Rich Weber.
Mystery Tailless all around.
Baron Field, Wawayanda, NY - Mass launch on a gorgeous fall
day thanks to Tom Hallman, Hun, and the man upstairs.
Canadian Aviators - Ron, Molly, Octavian, Bernard, and snow!
Dave Niedzielski, proud papa shows off 2 of his offspring, the Silver Lancer and the Mystery Tailless.
SW Texas Champs - Mike Midkiff, Mike Eiserman
Wawayanda, NY Barron Field, October
Sky Scrapers of Brooklyn, NY - Ken and Alicia Antoine
Black Sheep Squadron meet at Grassy Knoll. Winners of
Rubber Power Easy Built Scale Kit - Don Butman, Dave Gee, and Don
Muncie, IN in September - Dave Niedzielski and his Gloster Gladiator
NATS Flying Nationals, July in Geneseo, NY - neither rain nor ...
Non NATS, Geneseo, NY in July
September in Muncie, IN
Dave Niedzielski holds his Helldiver.
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