Done from Jet flier in Florida!
Done from Jet flier in Florida!
JPO Yearly Member. Retired ATP B-727, HS-125, IA-JET
AMA Turbine CD Waiver Holder- BVM F-16, CARF-Viper, Flash, Super Extra 3.2M, 44%Giles, Extra 330, 1/8th scale F-18, flying r/c since I was 11 years old.
Done from jet flier in Indiana!!
Done from the Motor City.
Done from Little Rock, Arkansas!
Foreign policyI dont make it, I just deliver the last 600 meters of it.
-- Sgt. Karl Erickson, Special Forces Sniper
Wow, what an amazing response!!!
Thanks a lot to all for your support. As many of you mentioned, it could be any field, we are all a target
Also, some of you gave us some good ideas on other course of actions. And yes, this is not the only thing we are doing, we are working directly with the EBRPD and will be reaching the closer communities directly.
Again, thanks a lot and keep the signatures coming. I'll keep you posted on the outcome and also any learnings from this experience
Jack Gerardo Diaz
BVM Rep, Team Horizon, Team Jet Central
P. Richards aka SwatTeam
Syracuse NY has signed.
Signed from Norwalk CT - FYI We also fly over what can be considered costal swamp land. We have worked with Sherwood Island State Park. We have worked extensively with both Park Management and our State Governing Body to ensure that we do not violate Wildlife and that we co-exist with other attendee's of the park (including the Bird Watching crowd).
Safety Officer, AMA contact
Sherwood Island Squire Fliers
The same could happen to us as well. I hope that our club would receive the same support
Best of luck to you!
Signed from NC
Good Luck from TEXAS
baby please.....I am not from Havana.
Signed, from your next door neighbor in Daly City, CA.
i have visited and flown at this field before. I will send a massage to our club president ( PCC ) to have a link posted on our clubs webpage for other members to see and help.
Citabria/Decathlon Brotherhood # 1
Go fly a Jet today
Signed and posted on our clubs Facebook page
The sky is not the limmit, the ground is.
I would like to thank people for the support of BARCS. The Bay Area Radio Control Society has been at the Breuner Marsh site for 35 years. We protect the land from illegal dumping, homeless encampments, drug cultivation, etc.; we are land stewards and paid tenants. This site is situated in Richmond California between the bay and the Union Pacific Transcontinental railway. There is a train every 30 minutes or so that passes throught. On one side is a dump, a shooting range, a motorway, and autowrecking yards on the other side there is a jail. Converting this land into a swamp is not going to make it pristine wilderness. At the present time there is an endangered species, the salt water mouse, many birds, frogs, foxes, snakes, etc. that co-exist and thrive with the RC airfield. They have thrived for the last 35 years we have been there. The park service plan to plow under all the vegetation, remove all non "native" vegetation, excavate the entire space, and convert it into a swamp, is not going to help the animals that live there at present. The park service also feels that radio control aircraft flying is "not compatible" with their vision of a park. I hope all the park flyer people hear and understand what that statement implies. According to EBPRD, RC aircraft are not compatible with a park.
Please support our effort to save the BARCS field. The nearest replacement fields are about an hours drive away.
President of BARCS
also make a viedo and but it on youtube
Signed from San Juan, Puerto Rico
Signed by a Canadian, former parks board chairman, and occasional california snowbird. We have a slough/marsh across the road from our field and all birds, turtles, etc. Are oblivious to us. We occasinally have turkeyvultures join us in the sky.
Our float fly at another site, regulary has grebes, ducks, geese, fish going by down and across the water runway. Don't know what the problem would be.
\"Of course, that\'\'\'\'\'\'\'\'s just my opinion. I could be wrong.\" the other Dennis Miller
Signed from Calgary, Alberta. Having been recently evicted from our City owned flying site and going through the difficult task of finding a new site I want to do whatever might help. A public relations campaign (the community - not just R/C pilots) where you can emphasize the economic and recreational benefit of a local flying club might also help. Good Luck!
Carlsbad, Ca. IS IN
Signed, Branchburg, NJ
It is pleasure to support you and your club.
Signed from Scotland.
Spitfire Brotherhood No.226
1st rule of aeromodelling - Its always better to ask for forgiveness than ask for permission