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Posted by 3 Green | Apr 29, 2020 @ 07:09 PM | 7,589 Views
Just retired from flying commercially for the past 42 years.
Commercially flown and typed in:
B-727, 737, 747, 757,767,777,787, DC-10, G1159, Lear Jet

Started flying airplanes in 1967, soloed in 1969. Received private pilots license in 1970 (17 years old). Commercial at age 18, instrument rating age 19, instructor ratings; all;;; instrument, multi-engine. Put myself through college teaching flying (UCSB).

Flew for:
Golden West Airlines
Western Airlines
Jet Airways
Jet America
United Airlines (retired 2018)

Now I have discovered the enjoyment of flying RC.

MY PLANES;

2 Apprentice S 1 new without electrical and one used that I will fly with an instructor

1 Timber older, crashed twice

HH Sport Cub S. Learned to fly on this little bird

2 Cirrus low wing planes, one crashed (fixable) and one very nice

P-51’s:
Older 1.2 Gunfighter
Old Crow NIB
Blondie NIB
Dallas Doll
Marie
Obsession
PZ Gunfighter in box new, 2 spare models
Ferocious Frankie (going to sell)
Eachine Mini P-51 (Micro)

Spitfires:
PZ Spitfire
1.2 Spitfire
1600 Spitfire

E-flite T-6 1.2
PZ P-47
PZ F4U Corsair
1.2 F4U Corsair
1.7 F4U Corsair NIB

T-28’s
3 PZ T-28's one with retracts, one with flaps, one plain Jane
1 T-28 1.2
2 Carbon Z T-28's (one is a back-up)
1 1.5 T-28 "Huff 'n Puff"

PZ F4F Wildcat NIB
3 PZ F4F Wildcats, one with retracts, one is a beater, one is in good shape

Gliders:
EGlider AWs 2850
E-Glider 2300 FOX
Night Radian
Conscendo 1.5

Wings:
Opterra 1.2 Crashed
2 Opterra 2.0

EC 1500 Cargo plane
P-38
I won’t be flying any of the expensive newer warbirds anytime soon. Going to practice on the Apprentice and Timber before I tackle the tail dragging warbirds. Practicing with the PZ P-51 and PZ F4F Wildcat, both hand launching and belly landers.

Using a recently purchased Spectrum DX9 radio.

Enjoying the hobby. Sticking with foam as I can repair if/when I crash..........

Practicing everyday with my RealFlight 9 sim on a 32 in curved screen.

Thank you for stopping by.