Photo Gallery 2:
Here are some pictures of EWMA members.

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Tommy Clayton

Tommy is the club's secretary and treasurer. At EWMA's indoor flys, he generally will bring one of his electric helicopters.

Matt Davis

This plane is a modified Yak-11 that was modeled after the Reno Racer Czech Mate #86. More than any other Unlimited, Czech Mate has that authentic look of a real Golden Age/Cleveland Era Thompson Trophy racer. Matt's model is a 1/4.5 scale all wood construction build which took almost two years to complete. The Yak is powered by 3-3300mAh 4s packs making it a 12s set up, an eRC120HV ESC, and a Turnigy C80-80 motor with an 24x8 prop. Matt used six JR DS821 digital servo's and a ST47BB servo. The main landing gear is Robarts' 631 electric retracts with shock struts and 5" tires. There is also a scale retractable tail wheel. The plane has Fowler flaps or split flaps (as some may say) and all the usual controls. The Yak is finished in Royal Blue Monocoat, and Silver Ultracoat. Matt says, "I had a lot of fun at Polar Bear Day and was glad to be able to share it with so many wonderful people."

Michael Fair

Flying a SU-34 twin vectored thrust jet takes a lot of concentration and pilot know-how but Mike is just the man to handle it. This bird will do amazing things in the air--maneuvers that you can't imagine an airplane being able to do. Mike also soars playing smooth jazz with his trumpet and flugelhorn. His website is

Steve Summitt

Well, this is the ultimate statement of "sitting down on the job!" This picture was taken at a EWMA Labor Day picnic (of all times).

Ernie DiGiacomo

Club members get to fly with Ernie only in the winter since he spends summers in New York.

Jim Collier

While holding the canopy of his jet, Jim is heading across the runway to do some repair work under the pavilion.