Dan Reagan, Rolf Hegele and Mark Miller drove 1780 miles towing their gliders to Parowan, UT, where they flew 20 times and covered 8,541 kms
Have you been flying around the airport wishing to break the bonds and fly cross country? Are you considering buying a glider but just don’t know if cross country is for you? If you have a glider rating or are about to get one, here is an opportunity to be exposed to a low stress cross country experience.
A new aircraft (Duhhh!) OK, what time comes in as a close second? Giving someone their life back! If you take the time to learn First Aid, CPR and how to use the club’s AED devices you will have the tools to possibly save someone’s life.
But it was a good day for the Crew Chief meeting. Registrations were checked in each glider and some were found to need updating.
But as a team glider. Not a traditional 2 person team but as a multiple pilot team. I’m looking for a minimum of 5 pilots to join TEAM CCSC.
Thank heavens Winter has broken and good flights have taken off from CCSC late in the season.
Congratulations, Tyler Dockum on your commission as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. Tyler got his initial flight training at CCSC starting with Youth Camp. That helped him win an appointment to the Air Force Academy and gave him a good foundation on which to build his piloting skills.
Again Don Green topped the list of most active tow pilots in 2018: 1. Don Green – 230 tows, 2. Larry Kirkbride – 119 tows, 3. Dick Scheper – 118 tows. Thanks to all our tow pilots for their service to the club!
Amazingly the field was dry enough to fly, but the rain started coming down. We were in the shop surveying the Grob-103 with Plane Captain, Chris Uhl, and all that was needed to get her back into service was checking the tire pressures and taping the elevator and ailerons.
1st Saturday crew loaded 15H’s fuselage onto a trailer for transport to a secret facility for fitting of cockpit panels and painting.