Our next official Ute RC Club activity is the Christmas Dinner Party on the
More details here: http://uterc.org/node/1709
Some old timers in the hobby of miniature aircraft building and flying may
remember Walt Staff. Walt was one of my instructors for the hobby in the
late 60s. The following may be interesting to most what with the 75th
anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. As I understand the history,
Walt was one of two of the last to be recovered from the bowels of the USS
Oklahoma on this day.
Walt died in April 1995 and is interred at the Camp Williams Military
From Remote Possibilities RC Club from Dan Johnson
Begin forwarded message:
> From: CHRISTOPHER L LIZ HILL
> Date: November 27, 2016 at 11:49:10 AM MST
> Subject: Fw: Planes
If anyone is able to help Howard with his jet turbine aspirations, please
get in touch with him at the email address below. Please forward this
request if you know someone outside of the club that can help.
I'm planning on picking one of these books up and I thought I'd pass the
info on in case any other club members want one also.
I hope to see you all at our club meeting tonight at the usual place and
time. More info here: http://uterc.org/node/340
Bring your show and tell items and share your winter build plans with us.
Here is the link to the November 2016 Newsletter
New Photos have been posted on the website. Here are the links:
2016-10-13 UteRC Meeting http://uterc.org/node/1698
2016-10-15 UteRC Fun Fly http://uterc.org/node/1699
Hope you enjoy them,
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Hi Fellow Flyers
Well it finally has happened, we are going to have a new place to fly with a real nice paved runway. I know we have waited a long time to see this come to fruition but, next Wednesday Nov. 2nd at 3:30 the Model port will officially open to the Public. As a show of support we would like to see as many aero modelers at the grand opening as possible. We would like to have a WOW factor static display, so brush aside all those foamy's and nock of the dust on those hanger queans.
> Another example that the sky is the limit of this hobby.
> Subject: When a large scale model morphs into an experimental