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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    2 guys have been filming at most of the UK shows this year and have uploaded many many videos to youtube. Here is one that I was proud to fly the Hurricane in http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cDGXj...layer_embedded but if you look at the rest of their vids you will see many great vids involving great warbirds.

    Heres one other from the same event......I was flying the ground effect P47!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mnsU1md-_8w

    Enjoy

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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Dear All
    Just one day to go until the Battle of Britain event at Tibenham.
    I will post a webcam link tomorrow.

    Regards Phil G.
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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    vease: thanks for posting those links. "ground effect P-47" that's great. And its a perfect description.

    Brian



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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Dear All
    I arrived back from Tibenham at about 7pm via Muffler's to pick up the Spit XIV,
    Jon N. has arrived safely from Germany complete with six models and a German uniform.
    I think he is going to wear the uniform at the Ball in the evening.
    Hopefully we will get into double figures for the ball.
    One of his models is a BT Gladiator, so it will be the first time that we will have a biplane in the WW2 Balbo.

    You can arrive when ever you like, you can also fly your electric models
    early if they are reasonable quiet.

    Yes there will be foamy slots as most people have one apart from me.

    Running order,
    Briefing just before 10am followed by the opening flight by Dickie Scarbrough with his 1/4 scale Spit IX.
    Flying off the peg until just before 12 0'Clock, one minute silence at 12 this will be concluded at 12:01
    by a flypast and land in by the Wildcats Pitts duo.

    In the afternoon we get serious with various slots they include,
    WW1
    Inter war
    WW2
    Foamy
    Multi
    classic Jets
    Modern Jets
    Civilian.
    WW2 aerotow (Gigant)
    Foamy scale aerotow, any foamy scale gliders are welcome

    Guest of Honour Sqn. Ldr. Steve Brownlow RAF (ret)
    will give a short talk on his flying career sometime during the afternoon,
    hopefully we will get a good turn out for this.

    The Tibenham WW2 Balbo will be at 3:30pm.

    Flying will continue until it gets dark roughly 6:30pm.
    The Battle of Britain Ball should get underway in the clubhouse at about 7pm.
    Hopefully Keith W. will entertain us with his EDF nightflying F16 complete with led's
    in various colours.
    Once everyone has had enough the event will come to a close for another year.

    Thank you all in advance for supporting this, which in my opinion is an important event.

    Tibenham webcam link
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    Regards Phil G.
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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    What General Weygand called the Battle of France is over,
    I expect the Battle of Britain is about to begin.

    Regards Phil G.
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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    edhi phil
    hope your haveing a great day ,sorry i couldnt make it , would of fetched the new model for a test flight

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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Dear All
    We had a very good day at Tibenham on Friday with some excellent models present.
    We had a varied collection with some very unusual German ones.
    They included a jet powered Horton flying wing, a JU88 Mistel with a Focke Wulf 190A
    mounted on the top of it.

    A Heinkel HE111Z Zwilling, this was brought over from Germany by Jon N.

    A Salamander and a ME 321 Gigant glider also owned by Jon.

    Below are some pictures of the HE 111Z Zwilling and Jon in his German uniform.
    Hopefully there will be some more pictures to follow shortly.

    Regards Phil G.
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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Hi Phil
    like the Heinkel HE111Z is it kit or plan built ?????

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    Dear Andy
    I believe that it is two Grauphner ARTF's joined together.
    It was a shame that you could not make it on Friday the Dewoitine would have been ideal for this event.

    Regards Phil G.
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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Dear All
    Some more pictures from Friday, Dickie S. with his 1/4 scale Spit IX

    Regards Phil G.
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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Lightning, BBMF and the Wildcats Pitts duo which roared over dead on time at 12:01
    to conclude the one minute silence for all the fallen

    Regards Phil G.
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    Saw this plane on the military channel last night. Was used to tow hitlers guant glider planes. Another german flop. Nice plane!
    Just Make It Look Real !!!

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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Some more

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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Dear All
    Now that the dust has settled so to speak,
    I would like to thank all those who attended this event and made it the success that it was
    and a big thank you to Jon N. (antonnick) for making the long trip from Germany once again,
    complete with a collection of unusual models which included the show stopping Heinkel HE 111Z.
    I would also like to thank special guest Scott Cuppello (Hobbyking) who travelled down by train from Cumbria. Some very nice and unusual models were on show and all were very nicely flown.

    We got off to a good start with the opening flight carried out by Dickie S. with his
    1/4 scale Spit IX, one of his barrel rolls was outstanding.
    Probably the most outstanding model was Mick B's Sea Fury with it's folding wings
    and radial engine, it was a sight and sound to behold.

    The one minute silence at midday for all the fallen was impeccably observed
    with a verse from the ode to remembrance being read by Sqn. Ldr. RAF (ret) Steve Brownlow.
    and then the Wildcats Pitts duo arrived dead on time at 12:01 to conclude it.

    We had a couple of fairly heavy showers in the afternoon, fortunately they did not last long.
    At 3:30pm we held the traditional Tibenham WW2 aircraft Balbo which I think was a new record as we had 11 models in the air together, that keeps the mind focused. In amongst it was Jon N's Gladiator
    the first time that we have had a biplane in the Balbo.

    After a couple of false starts with the Lanc, we managed to get the 1/9th scale BBMF into the air.
    Which you can see by the pictures above, it went rather well. I was flying the Lanc, Dickie S. and Muffler
    were flying the Hurricanes and Dibble was flying the Spitfire.

    All too soon the day was over and it was time to put the models away in the hangar.
    So off we went to the club house for the Battle of Britain Ball.
    Just as I arrived at the club house Sqn Ldr. Steve Brownlow returned to give his speech.
    So after we had been feed and watered, Steve gave his informal speech with everyone sitting around a table. Then he proposed a toast to us modeller's and then another to those no longer with us.
    After that we had a Q and A session which was very good. I have to say that I enjoyed the Ball as
    much as I did the flying, it was that good, Steve also flies models which got him into fullsize flying in the first place. At 9:30pm the Ball came to an end and that brought to an end an excellent day.

    I would like to thank these people for their invaluable help, in no particular order they are.
    Sqn Ldr. RAF (ret) Steve Brownlow
    Stuey Sheep
    Muffler
    Clive
    Dibble
    Dickie S. (Pylon squared)
    Alan B. (Pupcam)

    Thank you all so very much

    Does anyone have any more pictures to post please.

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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Horton flying wing.

    Regards Phil G.
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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Sweet! Tanks for sharing with us across the pond!

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    Dear All
    Some more pics.

    Regards Phil G.
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    Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.
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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    had a great day at ashbourne this sunday. just a small selection

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    Excellent pics, Andy thank for posting them here.

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    Looking forward to seeing you Phil at the xmas fly-in. I will bring an extra coat just for you. I may have this ready to fly!!!!!
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    Dear Richard
    I look forward to seeing the Hellcat fly.

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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Dear All

    I am pleased to announce that we will be holding

    A Salute to the 445th Bomb Group Event,
    which will be a Scale/Warbird/Jet meet at Tibenham Airfield on Friday the 5th of July 2013

    Scale aerobatic will also be allowed as are scale foamies
    I have requested a flypast by some RAF assets

    By kind permission of the Norfolk Gliding Club

    Three (smooth) tarmac runways in various directions

    There is a charge for the use of the Airfield, so unfortunately I will have to charge entrants a fee

    Pilots TBA
    Helpers/Guests TBA


    A one minute silence will be held at midday for the fallen.


    Proof of BMFA or LMA insurance will need to be provided on the day.

    Food, Drink, Bar and Toilets are available at the club house.
    The Tibenham Ball will be held in the Clubhouse in the evening.

    Please post on this thread if interested.
    If you could also post some pictures of the models that you intend to bring to the event that would be nice.

    Caravan and camping facilities are available at Tibenham airfield.
    Hopefully we will get a good turnout.
    Thank you.

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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Dear All

    I am pleased to announce that we will be holding

    A Battle of Britain Commemorative Event,
    which will be a Scale/Warbird/Jet meet at Tibenham Airfield on Friday the 27th of September 2013
    Scale Aerobatic will also be allowed, scale foamies are also welcome.

    By kind permission of the Norfolk Gliding Club

    Three (smooth) tarmac runways in various directions

    There is a charge for the use of the Airfield, so unfortunately I will have to charge entrants a fee

    Pilots TBA
    Helpers/Guests TBA


    A one minute silence will be held at midday for the fallen.


    Proof of BMFA or LMA insurance will need to be provided on the day.

    Food, Drink, Bar and Toilets are available at the club house.
    The Battle of Britain Ball will be held in the Clubhouse in the evening.

    Please post on this thread if interested.
    If you could also post some pictures of the models that you intend to bring to the event that would be nice.

    Caravan and camping facilities are available at Tibenham airfield.

    I have requested a flypast by some RAF assets
    Hopefully we will beat the WW2 Balbo record, which stands at 11.
    Thank you.

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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Dear All
    I am having trouble posting pictures, with either my BB Playbook
    Or laptop. I have some pictures of Peter R's progress with his Ziroli Dauntless
    And a before and after of Dickie's Topflite ARF P47 plus his Ziroli Mitchell.

    Does anyone know why this is happening?

    Regards Phil G.
    Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few.
    Coltishall Memorial Flight, 242 Squadron.

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    RE: For those who love World War Two Fighters

    Dear All
    Here are the pictures mentioned in the above post.

    Regards Phil G.
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    Coltishall Memorial Flight, 242 Squadron.


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