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Warbirds Over Iowa 2012

Old 07-05-2012, 06:12 AM
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Default Warbirds Over Iowa 2012

Warbirds over Iowa has been expanded to two days, July 21-22. If we get some nice weather we hope to get a good turnout and some pilots from the surrounding area. Trophies will be awarded as noted below, with a special best WWII trophy as voted by the veterans in attendance. Event shirts will also be available.

I'll be watching this post, so if you have any questions at all let me know.

Go to our website to see videos and photos of past events: [link=http://www.crskyhawks.org/index.html]http://www.crskyhawks.org/index.html[/link]

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Warbirds Over Iowa 2012 At the Cedar Rapids Skyhawk’s R/C Airfield
500’ x 70’ hard-surface runway, on-site refreshments, great fellowship and lots of flying.
$10.00 Flying Fee per day, Spectators Free.
Proceeds Benefit Eastern Iowa HONOR FLIGHT
Awards for Pilot’s Choice, best scale appearance, best flight, best WWII
AMA Membership Required
Aircraft must be real warbird replicas, (no modified Extras etc.) No Park Flyer type aircraft. Times may be reserved for demonstration flights of special aircraft.

Food and refreshments will be available on site. 500' x 70' Petromat runway with adjacent grass runway.

Grass pit area. Designated area for engine testing. Gas station, convenience store, motels and shopping are just minutes away. There are city and county parks in the area with campgrounds, fishing, hiking, swimming and bike trails to keep the family entertained.

All applicable AMA, FCC and Skyhawks regulations governing the pilot, his aircraft, and equipment will be enforced. Pilots must show a valid AMA license when they check in at the flying site.

Consideration for the safety of spectators, fun-fly personnel, and other flyers is of the utmost importance.

Each pilot will be required to have a spotter with them at all times while on the flight line.
All transmitters and receivers must meet narrow-band standards.

Airfield location: 3125 C Ave. Extension, Marion Iowa, 52302
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