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    radio control training schools

    I am looking for the names and phone numbers for any radio control training/flight schools -- large or small -- in the U.S. Please post here or e-mail me at: beardsleytwo@aol.com

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    Flight lessons

    Bill 100, heres a couple of people to check out:

    Clarence Ragland Jeff Liddell
    716-434-7965 716-433-0862
    Lockport,NY Lockport,NY

    Both gentlemen are excellent teachers,different styles,you choose,can't go wrong with either one.

    FWIW Butchman
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    if I should return before I get back,please ask me to wait!!

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    radio control training schools

    butchman: thanks for suggestions in that area. found ragland on web, and someone else also recommended Liddell. i'm trying to locate training schools/instructors in other parts of the country. appreciate your input. bill beardsley

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    1STUSRCFS

    "Nothing succeeds like success."

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    I agree

    I agree with Bob. I spent over thirty years as a public school administrator and consultant -- Dave Scott at the First US Flight School is the best natural teacher that I have ever seen, anywhere.

    He has both beginning and advanced training available. The week in Wisconsin is very enjoyable.

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    radio control training schools

    bob yaeger and staggerwing: txs for reponse re 1ST U.S./David Scott. have spoken with David on other subjects. understand his is one of the best. still looking for others in other parts of the U.S.
    bill beardsley


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