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Photo Gallery 8:
Here are some pictures of EWMA members.

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Sam Brooker

What a picture! When it was taken, Sam wasn't a club member but the photo got posted on the website anyway because it was just too special and different. Now the inclusion is legit--Sam is a bona fied, dues paying EWMA member.



Jack Benton

Jack is a student at MBA in Nashville. Although school takes up most of his flying hours, he tries to fly whenever he can.



Richard Hummel

This beautiful plane is an Extreme Flight 91 inch Yak 54. It has a powerful DualSky G6000.8 motor with a Falcon 24x10 carbon fiber prop. It uses 12s lipos with a Castle Edge 160 ESC. Richard stripped all of the covering off the original ARF and replaced it with brillant silver and nice green Monocoat. The plane is not only eye candy but it is a pussycat to fly.



Mark Stringfellow

Mark enjoys the friendship and sound advice from club members. Also of course, he has fun flying his R/C planes.



Steve Marstiller

Steve has been an enthusiastic and unskilled (according to him) R/C flyer for 20 years. He has to compete with llamas for use of his farm pasture airstrip and also a small fleet of one-meter sailing boats. His garage hanger is known as the Free Mexican Air Force.
 
The very realistic B-17 plane Steve is holding has a 72" wingspan, flaps, retracts, and lights. It runs off of two 2200mAh batteries, is constructed of EPO foam, and has been repainted. Jim Aldendifer took it up for its maiden test flight and remarked how beautifully it flew at 50% throttle. She exhibited  no tendency for tip stalling or rolling.



Donnie Shotwell

A lot of time at the field is spent relaxing or watching others fly. Donnie is doing one or the other -- or maybe both.








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