Broken Bow RC guys at the field Friendly bunch with a GREAT FACILITY
Seated from Left to right. Jim McMahon
Roscoe Martin- club president
Randy Cagle- safety Director
Max Terhune- Club IT
Dick Eustice- Secretary
Barry Jepperson – Man that was implemental construction of facility.
Photo by Roscoe Martin
Pete Darty Fly in and Swap Meet
October 1 2022 9am
Aircraft: 1914-1918 or any era Welcome
See flyer for details
Location: Pete Darter Field
734 Logston Road
Sherman, TX 75092
Landing Fee: $35.00 first entry
Additional entries $10
Pilot lunch provided
David Taylor, (972) 979-4642
Texoma RC Modelers Website: www.texomarc.org
300×30 Asphalt Runway, Grass Adjacent
Overnight Parking Available
Limited Electrical Hook-up
Westside R/C Flyers Annual
8 AM till 12 PM
Exchange Avenue Baptist Church
1312 S. Pennsylvania Ave. Oklahoma City
Come to swap, sell or buy.
Includes one admission
Ladies and children under 12 free
Doors open at 7:00 a.m. for set up
For table reservations contact
Keith Gorrell 405-623-1725
it’s on in Round Top, Texas folks, you want to come have some fun in the air with some of the best Warbird pilots in TEXAS ??? Well folks here is your chance, Round Top, Texas is gonna be bursting at the seams with fighters and bombers from WWI to Present, we are really getting a huge response from pilots around the US wanting to come see and enjoy the scenic “Thunder Field” that is the site of what is looking to be the largest Giant Scale Warbird event in TEXAS !!!!!! Let the countdown begin pilots and get yourselves and your Giant Warbirds ready for 3 days of the fastest, lowest, lead-slingingest, bomb-dropping hot rods of the skies fun , it’s an event you will not want to miss !!!!!!………Give us a shout out of what type of Warbird/Bomber you hope to see at the event because chances are it will probably be there !!!!!!!
To all Rc fliers in the DFW area, if you recall the July issue of Model Aviaton magazine, the cover photo and featured article was about Reginald Denney, known as the “Prince of Drones”.
What wasn’t in the article, was that a museum in Caddo Mills has his stuff on display.
Richardson Radio Control Club is partnering with the Aviation Unmanned Vehicle Museum in hosting the 1st Reginald Denney Day Fun Fly and Museum Grand Opening.
So come on out on November 20th. Bring your planes to fly, and tour the museum to learn about some cool aviation history.