The 830 + pilot registration established a record for participation in a model airplane event. All categories of modeling were represented by the pilots, vendors, and airshow displays. So, whatever your particular modeling interest is, you can see it In-Action at the Joe Nall and be part of a most cordial organizational effort lead by Mr. Pat Hartness.
BVM's Airshow Gallery
|Shared stick time was available on the
Skymaster F-15 with P-120 power. It is truly a jet trainer for those
who insist on "scale".
The latest and very reasonably priced JetCat P-80SE would be a perfect match for the Eagle.
|There were a number of Ultra Bandits present. The BVM demo version is shown here at moment of touch down. The big flaps allow 35 mph landings.|
|David Ribbe "buttons up" his Ultra prior to flight. Jeff Holsinger assists.|
|Matt Fehling was assisted by father Jack during many demo flights on his Electra with EVF 5212 power. Every flight is worth watching.|
|Vernon Montgomery represented the BVM F-100D well. Properly groomed grassfield are easy on jets.|
|The twin EVF powered F-4 was a point of interest for many electric enthusiasts. It is evidence of the state-of-the-art. It weighs 31 1/2 lbs with 2 EVF 5212's and ThunderPower 6500 40C batteries.|
|BV and Dustin showed how the new Sabre ARF with EVF power worked well from the grassfield. 5:30 flights plus taxi out and back were no strain on the ThunderPower 40C batteries.|
|The latest 5612 version EVF in this Camo Electra made many almost out-of-sight verticals and 200 mph passes.|
|BVM's contribution to the noon time airshow consisted of 7 BVM jets in the air simultaneously. A mix of turbine and electric powered scale and sport jets exhibited the full range of what is the current State-of-the-Art.|