Marc and Jason were at the field this Easter Sunday for some early afternoon high jinks. Marc brought his Catalina, B-29, and Corsair.
Barry brought his new Leader 480 to the field for our first Wednesday evening flying session of the season.
In case you missed the Toledo show this year . . . we have you covered.
Jason thought his Emax Hawk 5 quad could keep up with Chris’s E-Flite Viper . . . Jason was wrong. But it still made for some good video.
Our club president Marc asked for a video of him flying his new Corsair for the first time. It’s a great looking model and we got some good shots of it in the air.
If any other club members would like a special video made of their model airplane like the one below please reach out to club VP Jason.
The smell of hot dogs cooking on an open fire brought out a good crowd for our first Sunday outing of the new flying season.
As we begin thawing out from winter our thoughts move to the upcoming outdoor flying season. To help get those thoughts going we’ve added new events to our calendar. These include events for RC and general aviation both local and some that require more travel.
Check out the Event Calendar now!
MARCS members and friends enjoyed a great night of flying at the Kent State Field House indoor event on January 11th.
We had our annual New Years Blue Ball Fly event and thanks to good weather and free hot dogs we had a great turnout! MARCS wishes everyone a happy New Year and thanks you for a great 2018!