Glen Poole, RC CD.
Hamler presenting the Hall of Fame award tor Nick Bruschi. The Italians will take it back to Italy and give it to Nick.
Walther, Mike (wanna-be Italian), Gabriele and Maurizio.
Loran Kramer from SAM 27 checks his raffle tickets while looking over some of the very fine FAC models. This writer voted the twin engine Italian bomber best in show. It didn’t win but it is an absolutely beautiful job.
The Maestro. Ron Boots, looking happy as he handed out all those engines to a delighted and large gathering of SAM folks. The raffle went quickly and smoothly.
At the 50th SAM Champs Mike Clancy shows the winning Foxacoy plane. Very pretty Lanzo Bomber built by Champs Manager Tom Boice.
Loren Kramer of SAM 27 shows off his nice FoxaCoy Playboy. This was his first trip to a Muncie SAM Champs. Loren had never been to the Air Force Museum in Dayton so Loren and Mike, thinking there would be no flying on Tuesday went to the museum.
One of the many mass launches held at the free flight site.
Dave Niedzielski (Easybuilt Models Owner) with Jimmie Allen Model. Muncie 2018, Charlie Sauter Photo.
Ed Hamler always has roses for Sweet Hearts of SAM at our annual banquet.
Johnny Berlin, RC Ignition Champion Allan Laycock, Special Events Champion Mike Salvador, Glow Champion.
Sweet Heart of SAM Judy Metzger receives plaque from Champ Manager Tom Boice.
Chuck and Tina Kime.
Sweet Heart of SAM Elaine Gray and Mary Hamler.
Elaine and Tommy Gray.
Richard Dick and Walt Angus, SAM treasurer.
SAM Hall of Famers Ed Hamler and Don Bekins examine the Hall of Fame award for Nick Bruschi.
Mike and Rosalia Salvador.
Western VP Mike Clancy, Champs Manager Tom Boice, and President Allen Heinrich.
Tom Boice presents the Concours Grand Champion award to Tom Holmsley.
Larry Davidson, Mike Salvador, last SAM Champs RC CD And Tom Boice, 2018 SAM Champs Manager.
SAM Hall of Fame members Bud Romak and Bill Vanderbeek ready a ship. They are California SAM 27 members.
Free Flight CD Ted Firster and Assistant Sandra.
Grant Carson ready for launch.
Nice selection of engines at the swap meet.
Dealing for engines at the swap meet.
Rich Kacmarsky & Loren Kramer.
Don Meyer, Dr Shacklett, L.A. Johnston and unknown modeler at registration.
Mike Salvador and George Shacklett.
Allen Laycock and Mike Salvador.
Andy Latowski and Chuck Hutton.
Steve Roselle, Walt Angus and Speed 400 ship.
Leon Kincaid and Playboy. Leon is a sailplane flyer of note, and designer of the famous Scooter sailplane.
The two hardest workers at the 50th SAM Champs, Sue and Tom Boice.
The GUFF rebuild headed to the flightline.
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