1. EJF @ FEAR '09

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    Team Electric Jet Factory Represents at F.E.A.R. '09. We brought alot of neat stuff with us! Bob's custom Formost 150 with an Experimental Low-Cost 5" Fan, Clay Sherrow brought out the T-Jet with another Fan System for testing, and we of course we had the RCLander birds out for demo, Including the new Hawker Hunter which attracted alot of attention. Thanks for watching! - Vic

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    • Bill Hempel flying his 70 percent J3 Cub

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      Bill Hempel flying his 70 percent J3 Cub at the 2009 Tucson Aerobatic Shootout.

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      • Mark Leseberg Freestyle at 2009 Tucson Aerobatic Shootout

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        Mark does a sweet tumble down low and it looks like he's going to transition into a rolling harrier but the plane stalls out and drops, wiping off a landing gear and cracking the left wing!

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        • DC-9-21 Part 2

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          This is Part 2 (of a three-part STORY) of the model's test flight attempt. It is also originally rendered in a higher resolution than Part 1. As noted in Part 1, this radio-control electric ducted fan model aircraft is a real show-stopper! It has been in development since the early 2000s and its builder, John Borgen of Copenhagen, Denmark, is a true detail artist when it comes to the intricacies of copying the real DC-9's flying functions. The whole project was a follow-up to John's A300-B4; both his Airbus and McDonnell-Douglas models are small replicas of original SAS (Scandinavian Airline System) aircraft. This DC-9-21, in particular, is also a nice tribute to John's good friend, retired SAS Capt. Torben Sørensen, who logged roughly 20,000 hours flying for the airline; and nearly 12,000 of those hours were piloting the DC-9. Torben also retired about 6 years ago as the airline's most senior captain. In fact, the model in the video, Rane Viking, was the last DC-9 in service with SAS and Torben was the PIC (Pilot-In-Command) who ferried this plane to one of the world's aircraft boneyards—or, some say, graveyards—at Roswell, New Mexico.

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          • DC-9-21 Part 1

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            This is a STORY—and it is also true. Most important, it's not just of some casual model airplane flying around a field. It is more of a dedication. This radio-control electric ducted fan model aircraft is a real show-stopper! It has been in development since the early 2000s and its builder, John Borgen of Copenhagen, Denmark, is a true detail artist when it comes to the intricacies of copying the real DC-9's flying functions. The whole project was a follow-up to John's A300-B4; both his Airbus and McDonnell-Douglas models are small replicas of original SAS (Scandinavian Airline System) aircraft. This DC-9-21, in particular, is also a nice tribute to John's good friend, retired SAS Capt. Torben Sørensen, who logged roughly 20,000 hours flying for the airline; and nearly 12,000 of those hours were piloting the DC-9. Torben also retired about 6 years ago as the airline's most senior captain. In fact, the model in the video, Rane Viking, was the last DC-9 in service with SAS and Torben was the PIC (Pilot-In-Command) who ferried this plane to one of the world's aircraft boneyards—or, some say, graveyards—at Roswell, New Mexico. This is Part 1 (of three parts) of the model's test flight attempt.

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            • Tucson Aerobatic Shootout 2009 - Wing Failure

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              I believe the pilot that was flying was Todd Bridges. I wasn't filming when the wing tore loose. I did grab it once I saw what was happening!

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              • RC Golf flying his EFlite SE5 indoors

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                Bob flying his EFlite SE5 indoors at GBI Hobbies Fun Fly after making repairs from the last Indoor Fun Fly.

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                • Tim messin with the trash can

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                  Tim messing with the trash can at GBI Hobbies Indoor Fun Fly

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                  • EFlite 4-Site in gym

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                    Tres flys his 4-Site at GBI Hobbies Indoor Fun Fly.

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                    • PARKZONE Ultra Micro P-51 Maiden

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                      ATIS trys to maiden his ultra micro P-51 at GBI Hobbies Indoor Fun Fly.

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