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Jerry Fischer

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Make sure you get pictures of Mr. Dykes before it fades away. It is cool to see the Deltas.
 

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The jet ultralight flew at show center around 7:50 to kick off the F-22 flights. Climbed well and was stable for a wing.
 

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I saw one that I thought of as the $500,000,000 formation, and that may been low; P-51, A-10, F-22 and F-35.

If only the B-2 had been included, ...


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I agree.

Additionally, at Oshkosh 2018, they claimed to be almost ready to fly, having completed “the hard part, building the molds.”


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I took a look yesterday. The airframe on display is the prototype they hope to have flying by December. The quality looks very nice to my untrained eye. Hope it meets the predicted performance.
 

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Photo requests for those (me) that couldn't attend this year:
Scalebirds
Whatever you think is cool in avionics
 

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Original design, from 1969, based roughly on a Jungmeister, by a now-deceased fellow chapter member. Leonard Elmendorf built many airplanes, and five were featured on covers of magazines. This is a nice restoration.

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