September 4, 2005
To: All Sun Lakes Aero Club Members
From: Vern Nelson, Web Master
Postings to the Website
on Memorial Field Periodic updates on the status of Memorial
Field from February 14, 2005 to the present time.
Flyer – August, 2005 Newsletter
of the Chandler Airport.
Other Interesting Information
Herrin. These are the recollections
of Chuck about WWII. It is
wonderfully written and is 11,200 words long. Chuck was a member of the Sun Lakes Aero Club until he died
in the crash of his homebuilt two place “Hornet” on June 26, 2003 during
it’s first trial flight in Oregon.
He was a magnificent person and is sorely missed. The eulogy by the Sun Lakes Aero Club
follows Chuck’s recollections.
Fight for Survival. Understanding the Iraq War and
the Muslim Religion. Although our
website doesn’t normally publish Political, Religious or Off-color humor,
the subject of our fight for survival should be open to debate. Courtesy of member Don
Arriving at Langley AFB Beautiful photos of the new F-22. Courtesy of member Bob Earl. Sent to Bob by David Olney, Publicity
Affairs and Site Development Manager at Intel. This file is 1.7mb in size but well worth the wait to load.
Fleet now five, Airbus adopts friction stir welding. SLAC has been on two fly-ins to the Eclipse Facility
in Albuquerque. Since then,
Updates showing their progress have been reported periodically.
- B747 and the Skypark? Nope,
not yet anyway. But these pictures of a retired 747 being delivered
to a museum in South Africa show it isn't that far-fetched! In reading the following,
bear in mind that the Skypark's runway measures 50 feet wide by 3400 feet
long. Courtesy of Member Don Tubbs.
Cripples FAA Installations.
Crippled resources struggle to regain Footing.
- The Art of
some troubleshooting before allowing mechanics to install expensive
equipment or parts that are not needed.
member bowls perfect 300 game
Article by member Bob Earl.
Memo: Board Member, Jim Boone, has moved to California. His phone number is 530-432-7089 and his new
address is: 20701 Chaparral Circle – Penn Valley, CA 95946. Pen Valley is near Grass Valley and Jim
moved to be near his sisters.