Tehachapi Crosswinds thanks Al & Cathy Hansen for their help with the 2016 MEFI event. They received wing rib-shaped plaques and enjoy 4th of July Ribs by club president Scott Wyatt.
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New Year's Day 2016 First Flight - The Intrepid
2015 Tehachapi Crosswinds RC Club Fun Fly
July 4, 2015 Fun Fly Event participants. What an enjoyable day!
Timed Flight competition at the 2015 Fun Fly. No timers allowed, try to fly a two-minute flight.
A club favorite, the "Taxi-Fly-Taxi" event was quite popular. Eat a cracker, when you can whistle, then you can take off, fly a course, then land and stop in the box. It's surprisingly difficult to whistle after eating a single cracker! Try it!
Bomb Drop competition in full swing. Note the "bomb" ribbon released from the cup attached to the top of the fuselage.
2015 Fun Fly Event winners: Bri Brubaker, Eric Brubaker, and Dave Metz. Way to go! Special thanks to Brubaker Models for donating the prize medals!
2015 Club VP, Matt Reed, finds a new project!
Dave Metz takes 3rd in the total points tally of the competition. Congrats, Dave!
(Left to Right) Melissa Metz, Dave Metz, and Rob Heap.
Pilot briefing for the fun fly events.
Event organizers Bob & Debbie Golk fold the flag at sunset. Not shown are organizers Wayne Sewell & Ron Burgess. Thank you for your effort organizing a great event!
Kent Beal and his chilly Visionaire night flyer.
Bill Fisher and his night-flying Visionaire.
A New Year's Day tradition, all of these pilots performed their lucky loop and roll. It was a great day for all! Tehachapi Crosswinds wishes good luck for the rest of the year!
Kent Beal and Bill Fisher enjoyed the first flight of 2015. They took off simultaneously at 12:15AM to claim first flight of the year together. And they roughed the 16°F, perfectly calm night to do it.
Bob Hoey's Presentation on "The Aerodynamics of Soaring Birds" June 2015
Club officers with special guest Bob Hoey. Left to Right: Mason Hutchison, Bob Hoey, Melissa Metz, & Bob Golk.
Father & Son demonstrate excellent flying skills before an audience of enthusiastic learners.