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Fall Fest Fly-In
Bee County Family Fall Fest
October 6, 2001

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Bee Radio Control Flying Club
Beeville, Texas
Saturday October 6, 2001
For Information:
ww5.cbc.cc.tx.us/beerc
jsrice@bcni.net 
361-358-0231 after 6:00 pm

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Dog Fight

During the "Dog Fight" the airplanes have a streamer trailing that the other planes attempt to cut off. 

If you look closely, you can see the streamers on some planes.

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Current AMA Membership card is required to fly
8,000 feet of Paved runways
Flying begins at 9:00 / No Landing Fee
Bring your own shade and chairs
R/C combat events to be flown

From US HWY 59: Take 181 South (1.6 miles) to Hwy. 202 turn Left, go 4.3 miles and turn Right into the Chase Field Industrial Complex. Drive 1.8 miles (you will be on a closed runway) to the flying sight, it is near the end of the runway.

From US HWY 181: Exit Hwy 202 turn East go 4.3 miles and turn Right into the Chase Field Industrial Complex. Drive 1.8 miles (you will be on a closed runway) to the flying sight, it is near the end of the runway.

Public Service Announcement

Bee Radio Control Flying Club will be hosting a fly-in for local and area radio control pilots and clubs, during the Bee County Family Fall Fest Saturday October 6, 2001. The fly-in will be held at the Chase Field Industrial Complex.

Model aircraft will be flown representing everything from today's modern aerobatic airplanes, to the warbirds of WWII, also aircraft from the early years of aviation. The wing span of aircraft will range from 40 inches to 10 feet.

Club members plan to have a radio control combat "dogfight" with the club from Corpus Christi. Combat airplanes are build for this type of event. The planes are fitted with crepe paper streamers. Then several of these airplanes are flown at the same time, with the object being to cut off your opponent's streamer.

Everyone is invited to come out after the parade, see the aircraft, watch the flying, and have a good time.

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