Jet Jam 6

The Jet Jamboree #6 is now in the history books.  We had a great time.  Good pilot turnout and excellent spectator attendance along with perfect weather (Maybe a bit hot 90+) made for a great day of flying.  Vic flew his turbine powered plane as a half time demonstration.  I did a quick interview about the model and Turbine related questions, seemed to go over pretty well with the crowd.  Lots of flying, the food was great at the Spitfire grill.  The runway looked perfect, the ground crew did an awesome job making the PMAC field look top notch.  If you missed the Jet Jamboree this year you should make an effort to come by next year.  It is worth the time spent.  John


Pilots choice awards.  Flightline gift certificates sponsored by Flightline Hobbies.

1st Scott Taylor Scratch built Mig 29 Fulcrum

2nd Vic Kerster with his Turbine Jet Cat

3rd Steve Seltmann Motion Venom

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Awesome turbine sound.  Runs on diesel fuel.


Mr 1st place Scott Taylor.  Awesome Scott!


Johns Jet Jamboree 2014

2014 Jet fly PMAC, third time was a charm weather wise.  First two years were shall we say: ”Wet”.  We had 21 flyers sign up.  Our mass launch tied the old record of 12 jets in the air together.  Three clubs were in attendance.  Walt’s “Gulls over the dump” sums up the visual impact.  Swirling jets flying the pattern.  The group “Loop” is pretty cool.  Joe and George supplied the sound system which really added a nice touch, not too loud but good music and sounds added to the event.  Brian was a help with safety and the Microphone.  John Glenn’s “Spitfire Grill” fed the masses.  Glenn B. helped with the sign up.  Thank you everyone that helped out.  I had a great time flying the trusty “Habu2” and helping various flyers with there machines.  Good job everyone and thanks for coming out and making this our best jet fly yet.

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