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Left to right are Dave "Barefoot" Poland, Brian Elliott and the past Screaming Eagles email Newsletter Editor Mike Karnes.

Notice the ducting on Peter Goldsmiths Cap cowling.  The ducting is to ensure that the airflow is directed through the cooling fins on his DA 150 engine.  Many control line speed fliers use this type of ducting to maintain optimum engine cooling.  I have noticed this type of cowling arrangement  on other IMAC airplanes.

 

 

 

"The Real Deal"  This Laser flew into the Clinton Airport during the afternoon.  

 

 

 

 

 

The Screaming Eagles Newsletter Editor Mike Karnes preparing to start his Lanier Giles 202 aircraft for a second round flight.  Holding is Brian Elliott.

 

Close-up shot of Mike Karnes Giles 202.  Mikes airplane is a Lanier kit with the plastic parts being replaced with wood.