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Oregon Flying Fun No. 4 See Where the Action Is
Dave Shrum's Corsair was the star of Oregon Flying Fun No. 3. The Corsair has been on the FL cover before, but we thought it looked nice enough to feature again with the raindrops added. Flying Lines photo.
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Northwest control-line news headlines
Rain doesn't dampen the fun
at 2014 Oregon Flying Fun No. 3 See article >>
Plans updated! The Wido Satan project -- just for fun combat See article in Combat section
Nelson .36 combat engines! Orders for a new run of engines by Henry Nelson are being taken for a very limited time See Flying Flea Market
New! Basic control-line building with Orin Humphries See article
New! Oregon Flying Fun No. 2 report and photos See article
Orin Humphries tests I-beam strengths See article in Scale section
Approved! Rules change allows O.S. LA .25 engine in Northwest Sport Race
See article in Northwest Rules section
How to carve a speed wing See article in Speed section
Major announcement about 2014 Northwest Regionals status and Memorial Day Weekend stunt and combat championships See Where the Action Is
Aeroliners host Oregon Flying Fun No. 1 and New Year's Eve fun-flies
See article on Aeroliners page in NW Club News section
Vancouver, B.C., area fliers greet the new year with Polar Bear fun fly
See article on VGMC page in NW Club News section
Building the Missourian from an Umland kit See article in Combat section
Bob Mears Combat Museum photo gallery See article in Combat section >>
2013 Competitor of Year final tally: How did you do? See article on NW Standings page
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Flying Lines -- Daily News of Northwest Control-Line model aviation
Editor: John Thompson --- Associate Editor: Mike Hazel
This page was upated March 10, 2014
This week's cartoon is from the early days of the Flying Lines newsletter. It's the work of Steve Linstedt, a Northwest CL flier and cartoonist. The cartoon was originally published in FL No. 50, December 1983.