Joyce Murphy and Tex Newman with Class #2 - July 2009
Tex Newmans R/C version of the 1960's glider in front of it.
U-Control used by Tex for outdoor fun-flying.
Tex Newman's original design DragonFly (he has sizes 1 foot to 14 feet -- all R/C)!
F6F-5N built to honor friend and WWII carrier pilot Jack Dunn.
Jenny in foreground is Tex's 50“ scratch built model based on WAAAM's full scale flyable Jenny.
Model of Tusgegee Mustang signed by Tuskegee Airmen (pictures of Tex with them).
Busy Beavers Bulding with Balsa.
Full-scale pilot Tex explains how the control surfaces on an airplane work. Co-instructor Joyce Murphy is also a full-scale pilot.
“So when it gets below the stall angle of attack it stalls, no matter what the attitude?”
Tom instructs Class #2 about how and airplane flies.
Instructor ?? with Class #2
This airplane weighs less than a dollar bill!
Brian Brandt instructs Class #2
Class #2 “goes for a ride” in the Beech 18!
Tour of the museum
Tex Newman with Class #2
Roy Pettit explains the criteria he used for judging the finished gliders.
Tex instructs Class #2 on how the distance constest works.
Ready to fly the gliders each student made.
Hey, that was a great flight!
Roy Pettit demonstrates his 2-channel R/C airplane that weighs 3 grams!
RoyP lets the students try indoor R/C flying.
Airplanes brought from Portland by instructor Tex Newman.
Instructors Tex Newman and Joyce Murphy in front of Tex's “original” 1955 Chevy.