Jason had his Nano Goblin FPV plane in the air on Friday evening chasing Marc and Chris around and getting some cool shots of the field.
Barry wanted to show off his new moves with the F-22 Raptor while Jason tried to keep up. Dave gave us his best Vanna White impression. Good times at MARCS.
No dinosaurs were injured in the making of this video.
As promised, here are the aerial shots of the newly cut field. We’re sorry about the smudged lens on fast moving shots, our video guy has been reprimanded.
Today’s video featured pilot is club member Tony flying his E-flite Carbon-Z Cub.
MARCS had the honor of hosting the maiden flight of Tom Miller’s Cessna. His son and current MARCS member Robert Miller provided the following story about the airplane.
Dr. Tom began building his Top Flite Cessna 182 just before and after his wife Ruth passed away. He is 87 years old and it was compiled after 2 1/2 years. He built his first balsa plane 80 years ago at age 7 and won his first balsa rubber band indoor free flight competition at age 11.
The Cessna was brought to the MARCS field to have the president of the club Marc Stermer trim it out and test fly it. Marc loved it.
Other info about the airplane
1996 Top Flite Cessna 182 Gold edition kit designed for nitro engines and converted to electric using his own design. He bought the kit in 1996.
Castle 90 ESC
3 Blade Master Airscrew Prop
Nose gear runs on a separate servo
Battery: 2 – 3000 mah 3s in series
Marc took advantage of the first day of summer weather to properly maiden his P-38 Lightning. No rain this time!
Marc and Jason toughed out some bad weather just so Marc could maiden his P-38. Jason even managed to get on camera for once.
Before the club meeting this week Scott showed off his E-Flite Timber.
MARCS would like to thank everyone for coming out to our event and enjoying what turned out to be a beautiful day with friends and family. If you couldn’t make it this year below is a video recap of the day.