Copperstate

October 24-26

Arizona

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Copperstate Fly-in

Oct 23 - 25

AZ

Sun-N-Fun 2015 Apr 21 - 26 

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One of the Best Years in a very long time!

Although several WWI aircraft could not make it due to weather, more than expected WWII aircraft  were able to make it in.   Camping was seriously fun!

Membership Posts

From the Editor!

Greetings RFA members and friends,

 

The magazine deadline was on the 15th of October this time.

We would like to see articles on the following...

 

Gardner Gathering of Eagles

Dayton Dawn Patrol

Oshkosh

Arlington

Possibly Copperstate

Squadron reports

 

What our Members are Building/Flying

Project reports

 

If you have something you would like to sell or would like to advertise,

the magazine is the place to put it.

 

Thanks for your Support of your organization!

 

Please send all correspondence to...

 

Corey Butcher

Replica Fighters Magazine

Editor in Chief

coreybutcher@voisin35.com

Magazine & Website Sponsors

Special Report

Michael Taylor and his daughter Paris flew in to AirVenture and won the BEST WWII Trophy.    CONGRATS!!! 

 

This is the same plane that won Light Sport Reserve Grand Champion this year at Sun-n-fun!   Also on page 32 of current magazine.

MARKET PLACE UPDATED:   21-JULY-2014

RFA Message Board   (3)

FOR SALE:  FW190A 3/4 Scale

1980, Lycombing engine GO435, 260HP, variable speed prop with pressure carburetor. VFR. Painted in JG26 markings Adolf Galland.

 

Trade-A-Plane

NEW

RFA\Airventure News

Clubhouse Makeover

The EAA re-roofed the meeting room section and put in new inner walls.  They also fixed the door and built new steps for us.   Louie stopped by to say that today they put a new coat of paint on the outside.   The work the volunteers did was first class!   Thanks gang!!! 

 

 

New Trophies this year!

Tom Preuss is at it again with a new design.  He had an idea and found what he was looking for with the company that made last year's awards.  Joe Labert converted the logo Tony Pileggi created to a format they could use and the engraved the hanging medallion.

 

 

What's in your backyard???

For Sale