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The concept of large or giant scale is generally considered to apply to radio controlled model aircraft with minimum wingspans of eighty (80) inches for monoplanes and sixty (60) inches for multi-wing aircraft. Ducted Fan aircraft with one hundred forty (140) inches combined length and width, measured from wing tip to wing tip at the widest point perpendicular to the fuselage and added to the length of the fuselage, excluding any protrusions. Quarter (1/4) scale replica’s or larger with proper documentation (minimum 3 view drawing of an actual person carrying aircraft) which do not fit the size requirements will be permitted. However, the concept does not encompass radio controlled model aircraft so large as to have the potential of carrying a human being
Joel Maxwell flies his giant RC airplanes with the same careful focus he employs when he flies his 1946 Ercoupe.
Mike Copeland’s passion for the big warbirds brings history to the flying field for all to see.
Keith Welbaum is a Giant Scale and Giant Warbird Aviator who loves the sights and sound of aerial maneuvers.
Dave Falk Translates his broad mechanical skills to three dimensional kinetic designs using the sky as the canvas for his Giant Scale aircraft.
Paul Wildey is following up the Grumman F6F Hellcat scale warbird he built with a new construction challenge.
Ben’s love of flying binds a kindred spirit with the Eagles, the Hawks, and the Hummingbirds.
Bob Hunt flies his exquisitely crafted Vintage Scale beauties and electric Warbirds with a seasoned hand.
Dave Pettie is an All Weather Pilot who masterfully guides his Giant Scale aircraft through the cosmos.
Dick Zimmerman rolls and loops his colorful air shows with a calm and steady focus on the controls.
Dave Vachon is an Avid Large Scale Warbird Airman whose planes rule the skies.