KARE TV (Ch 11) ‘s Boyd Huppert did a nice job of explaining the G-4 glider construction project. You’ll see several of the folks working on the project, including Dale Johnson.
The next Chapter 25 meeting is November 17th, Wednesday, at 7PM. We won’t be cooking brats this month due to location.
Dale Johnson will be conducting a discussion and tour of the WWII CG-4 combat glider that is under construction by him and several others. You can view a few photos of the CG-4 project from 2009 to get a sense of the amazing scope this project. Also present will be members of the soaring club.
Location is Villaume Industries Inc., building #2 in the back of the lot
2926 Lone Oak Circle, Eagan, MN 55121
When you enter the Circle, Villaume is ahead and to the right. Turn right and proceed to the far back of Bldg 2.
If several members can carpool, it will relieve “parking stress” in a limited area.
Next time you come to BSAEC, take a look at Keith Rhode’s beautifully polished Sonex wings. We’ll see this airplane being re-assembled soon and hopefully doing some test flying from LVN. With two planes at BSAEC, we can truthfully say the place is being well used as a hangar, and the Chapter benefits from the monthly donations of the owners.
Download the latest issue of On Final now. It contains a story about Niels Sorensen written by Norm Tesmar, photography tips by Peter Denny, and the introduction of a Chapter 25 history project. The newsletter also contains dates, times and directions for three upcoming events: June chapter meeting, the Annual Chapter Picnic, and the June Young Eagles. Download the June On Final now.
Chapter 25 member Steve Adkins is building a Hummel UltraCruiser. Check out his project website at: http://quid.us/hummel/.
Dale Johnson and others are building -rebuilding -two CG4 gliders. They currently have parts for about 3 1/2 gliders. The project is in a warehouse in Eagan off of Lone Oak Road. Dale is building ribs and tail feather in his shop at home. If you are interested in more information call Dale at 952 890 3905.
Check out these amazing photos provided by Steve Adkins: