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May 2010 Meeting

























       The weather was good for flying outdoors so their where not as many people that came to the meeting.  Some addition guys showed up after this picture was taken, so there was more than it looks here.

       The next meeting well be held at the field.  This is the last indoor meeting until next fall.

May 2010 Meeting

       Keith Paskewitz brought his RV-7a that was built by Fred Tuckerman.  Keith converted the RV-9 to a tricycle gear so it is now an RV-9a.  Keith scratch built the landing gear.

       Here is a close up of Keith's RV-9a inside the fuse.

       I "Keith" also brought a new jacket & coat with the Metro Area R/C Flying logo on them.

       You can order jackets, caps, t-shirts or polo shirts with the Metro logo and lettering on them from Caps Etc. 

       Show your appreciation for the work that I have done on the web sites for the clubs for the last 10 years and order a cap.  I don't make a profit from the sales.  Keith

       Here is a picture of the front of the coat.  I have been wanting to get some apparel with the Metro Logo on them for 5 or 6 years and didn't because of the cost of the setup for small quantities.

       My son & Daughter-in-law gave me money for Christmas for a club jacket so I decided to go for it.

Keith "Your friendly Webmaster"

       Tom Egbert brought his new Futaba wireless trainer system.  With this setup he can teacher students to fly without the cord between the 2 transmitters.  This is really slick!.

              Tom brought his Stega pylon racer with a .46 Thunder Tiger on it that he purchased for only $165.00 including engine.  It is a model of a P-51 modified for unlimited pylon racing.

       Photography by Keith Paskewitz