|Sep 15, 2004, 07:11 PM|
Velcro at Soar Utah
I take it the large flying wing is Arthur's. I didn't see any Velcro in
the picture and wondered if he had any takers for the"airborne aircraft
carrier" mission. Also, are there going to be videos from this year?
RCSE-List facilities provided by Model Airplane News. Send "subscribe" and "unsubscribe" requests to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note that subscribe and unsubscribe messages must be sent in text only format with MIME turned off.
|Sep 15, 2004, 09:11 PM|
Re: Velcro at Soar Utah
At 04:58 PM 9/15/04 -0500, Jim Deck wrote:
> I take it the large flying wing is Arthur's. I didn't see any Velcro in
>the picture and wondered if he had any takers for the"airborne aircraft
>carrier" mission. Also, are there going to be videos from this year?
> Jim Deck
Due to a bit of controversy of mixing foamies and crunchies at Soar Utah
2002, we decided to ban combat wings on Saturday and part of Sunday at this
year's Soar Utah. Of course, Arthur's "Mother Ship" can't fly like a
typical combat wing, due to its sheer size but I don't recall seeing any
combat wings when the slope was open to anything.
Paul Naton nor Dave Reese attended Soar Utah this year, so I'm not aware of
anyone considering release of a commercial video of this year's Soar Utah.
Tom Hoopes - (email@example.com)
------ Hoopes Designs -----
"Taking the hassle out of wing wiring harnesses"
|Category||Thread||Thread Starter||Forum||Replies||Last Post|
|Discussion||DS ing at Soar Utah 2006||erikvogel||Slope||2||Jul 27, 2006 02:32 AM|
|Discussion||What are you building or flying at Soar Utah 2006||onethermal||Slope||36||Jul 17, 2006 09:41 PM|
|Discussion||Aero Tow at Soar Utah 2006||erikvogel||Scale Sailplanes||7||Jul 14, 2006 01:27 AM|