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07-21-2002 11:59 PM  16 years agoPost 1
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Congrats curtis on winning the uk 3d masters and thank you for taking time to chat to us all. Not only are you the best flyer ,but also the perfect Gentleman.

Thank you Derek

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07-26-2002 07:13 PM  16 years agoPost 2
DangerousDick

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Yep, and thanks for that superb stunt on the last flight - what a sight, landing with no tail-blades left.

Excellent weekend's entertainment - thanks everyone who made it happen.

Cheers
Richard.

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07-26-2002 07:23 PM  16 years agoPost 3
DanMonroe

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Yep, and thanks for that superb stunt on the last flight - what a sight, landing with no tail-blades left.

Ok, give it up. What's he doing now?

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07-27-2002 10:46 AM  16 years agoPost 4
bobj

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Nothing quite like using your tail rotor as a cultivator

Nicky J.

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07-27-2002 02:40 PM  16 years agoPost 5
Michel-Henri

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He was coming in for a VERY low highspeed backward pass and his skids touched the ground.
He immediatly shot upwards to gain altitude and autoed (TOO) calmly to the ground.
On close inspection, there were only a couple of inches of tailblades left on the holders.
The skid and tail traces on the ground are what Nicky is referring to.

Hey Nicky, hope the drive back home went smoothly. BTW, got your mail. Thanks.

Michel-Henri
Beirut

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07-27-2002 05:49 PM  16 years agoPost 6
7lbs

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What a move, wish I saw it. Anyone get a movie clip?

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07-28-2002 07:58 AM  16 years agoPost 7
Secret Squirrel

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That's why Curtis is THE man.

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Simon Lockington

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07-28-2002 08:07 AM  16 years agoPost 8
MobileRaptor

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On the same Thought, congrats, to Rusty McClintock from Alabama for taking 5th. Good job buddy, and thanks for the demo at our last fly-in. If you don't know Rusty, he's a great guy. He flys a Bergen helicopter.

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07-28-2002 04:41 PM  16 years agoPost 9
Michel-Henri

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FWIW, Rusty ranked 1rst in Freestyle / Expert class.

Michel-Henri

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