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Joe Nall, Friday Pics

Discussion in 'Joe Nall Week' started by Bartman, May 13, 2016.

  1. Bartman

    Bartman Defender of the Noob!

    I never did meet Ryan. It looks like he knows how to fly though!
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  2. Jetpainter

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    And a little shameless plug for you shop!;)
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  3. Jetpainter

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    And when the old guys at our field watch him they don't even complain about those 3D guys.;)
  4. He's a huge asset to Team KEG and EP&G. Simply an awesome pilot!
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  5. Yes that's a bummer. He had to leave Wednesday morning. He really wanted to fly the Cub too.:(
  6. Bartman

    Bartman Defender of the Noob!

    Another video from Friday night

    Sadly, Jase wrecked his EF Extra near the end which was the plane he flew to win XFC 2014 so he was bummed.
  7. Even the best flyers can have a bad flight !
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  8. Looks like Jase just lost track of the ground in the darkness.
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  9. I was helping Tavis that night and standing to the left of Jase and John, next to Tavis. My stomach just fell when I saw that happen. Only Jase can tell you what really happened but here is what I can tell you. There was no wind that night and the smoke was just hanging thick. The planes seem to show up really good on the video but standing there was completely different. I was tell Tavis where Jase was and we could barely see the planes being up close to the smoke. It may be that Jase had a hard time as well cause that is not like him at all. It was kind of surreal as I watched him, he had lots of power on but the plane looked like it just kept sinking until the rudder clipped the ground and sucked him down. Up until then it was one of the most awesome night flight display I had ever seen.
  10. Yeah, I was standing right there as well and I think Spats has the story correct. If he had saved an inch or so higher, he may have pushed through it in epic fashion. We all know Jase's flying is truly exceptional and we are very sorry he lost a plane he loved. And, we thank him for all the exciting flights he's let us enjoy at this past Nall and year's prior. My first Nall he was flying the 110" Yak at night and he was killing it. Thanks to Jase for a ton of epic flights :way_to_go:

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