Phil Cubin has been looking up to the skies since his childhood. He use to play in a real Spitfire and Lancaster Bomber that were parked up near his home in England.
Though he has been out of RC Aircraft for 35 years , he currently is getting back into the hobby with some high wing airplanes.
Joe McFarland is a lifetime aviation lover. He remembers the C-5 making test runs low and fast over rual Alpharetta in the 1960s. He has only been in the hobby 2 year. Joes loves to learn, share, and fly Rc. He works as an electrician.
John's passion for aviation was passed down from his dad in his early years after going on many family outings to airshows. He still remembers the sounds and smells of the Thunderbirds F-100's doing low, screaming high speed demonstrations and, the thrill of hearing those sonic boom's ... long since banned. He also recalls his dad running an un-muffled 2-speed K&B .15 Torpedo in their basement with his buddies, filling the house with that sweet smell and smoke of glow fuel, all the while to the frustration of my mom... :) John's flying of Radio Controlled planes started in 1981 with a Sig Kadet MkII and has continued since flying 1/4 scale Pipercub's, Bi-Planes, all types of sport planes, gas powered Extras, electrics and more recently gliders. He has also enjoyed practicing many of the Basic IMAC routines and tries a little 3D now and then.. but frankly not that good at it... There are so many aspects of this hobby he enjoys, the challenge of building, flying and most of all the
comradery among the members at the field.
John works for Pulte Homes as a Manager of Finance Systems
David Halcomb is a lifelong lover of anything with wings. His dad and uncle were both aeronautical engineers. He built and flew his first rc plane in '82 and has not stopped building since. His professional career is plumbing, David owns Halcomb Plumbing, Inc, a company he started in '97. Similar to airplanes, if water moves through it, he is interested.
David is very fortunate and happy to be a member of this wonderful club, ngmarc.