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Flyfast1 12-30-2018 04:58 PM

Warbirds Over Livermore 2019
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The Livermore Flying Electrons are pleased to again host their annual warbird event, Warbirds Over Livermore 2019. The event will be held on Saturday, August 17th. All types and sizes of military aircraft are welcome, including fixed wing, helicopters, gas, glow, turbines and electric. Current AMA membership is required.

All skill levels are welcome and this a fun event for everyone. Everyone gets to fly, regardless of skill level or experience.

Awards for Best WWI, Best WWII & Pilots Choice

No landing fee and free BBQ lunch for pilots! Just come out and have fun flying warbirds!

Guests and vendors are welcome!

The address of the club is 4455 Raymond Road in Livermore, California 94550

Contact: Ed Becker (925)518-0674 or gonewest1@comcast.net

More information available at www.lferc.com



Flyfast1 08-13-2019 12:42 PM

This event is coming up on Saturday and the weather forecast is for temperatures in the 80s with West winds down the runway. Should be a nice day.

Several people have asked about camping, RVs, etc., and all are welcome to stay overnight, although we don't have hookups, other than electricity in the pits area.

See you there!

-Ed B.

Flyfast1 10-13-2019 09:20 AM

The club’s annual warbird event, Warbirds Over Livermore 2019, was held on Saturday, August 17th and it was another successful event. We were fortunate to have an 85-degree day in between much hotter days, and the winds were down the runway from the West/Southwest. There was lots of good, safe flying, and everyone had a fun time.

There was a free pilots raffle with building tools and accessories, such as various types of adhesives, 100 packs of x-acto blades, and seven bottles of wine donated by my wife and I. There were enough prizes that almost every pilot got something.

Part of the noon-time lineup.

Michael Radu won both Best WWI and Pilots Choice with his scale Fokker DVII. Michael’s flying was fun and exciting, and the smoke looked great!

Daryl Rolla won Best WWII with his 1/5 scale Supermarine Seafire. The Seafire was a Spitfire modified for carrier operations and Daryl’s model was beautifully weathered and included a scale tail hook.

Here is a link to the full photo gallery.

-Ed B.

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