The 58th Annual Flying Circus
The Greater Cincinnati radio control club held their 58th annual flying circus at the Butler County Regional Airport on August 4th and 5th. The Butler County regional airport is the perfect place to host such as event. Umbrellas and shade tents dotted the spectators’ area on this hot August weekend. But the crowds were not disappointed. The GCRCC members put on a show. The spectators looking to the skies noticed unusual flying objects such as a lawnmower. The Red Barons made a fly around as well. The event continues on Sunday. The GCRCC has 180 members who enjoy sharing their hobby with fans and spectators.
Have an interest in RC?
If you are interested in model aviation to check out www.grcrcc.net for more information. Try your hand at Radio Control flying on August 6th, 13th, or 20th. More details on their website.
Did you know?
The World’s first schedule Airmail Service took place May 15th, 1918 between Washington DC and New York City. This year the US Postal service celebrated this event by issuing two postage stamps.
Photos from the day!