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    If you'd like a copy of the current edition of Western Rotorcraft, it's available for free download here. This newsletter includes monthly meeting reports and other activities from the Utah Rotorcraft Association and six PRA chapters here in the west: 1, 2, 15, 31, 38 and 73.
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    Paul W. Plack
    Private ASEL, SP Gyroplane
    Secretary, URA & PRA2
    Editor, Western Rotorcraft

  • #2
    Thanks Paul.
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    • #3
      Very nice.. What is Jim McCutchen doing now?
      The government cannot give anything to anybody that the Government does not first take from somebody else.

      I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery.
      - Thomas Jefferson


      Scott Essex....Flying H Ranch

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      • #4
        Scott, dunno.

        A couple years ago, I believe he was still on the PRA roster, but don't know if he was current. I think I recall seeing his name going by as we were sticking address labels on mailers for Rotors Over The Rockies.

        I haven't heard of any aircraft-related activity in a while.
        Paul W. Plack
        Private ASEL, SP Gyroplane
        Secretary, URA & PRA2
        Editor, Western Rotorcraft

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        • #5
          Too bad, he was ahead of his time, I can see the windryder as a great contender to the current crop of Euro gyros. He built great blades too.
          The government cannot give anything to anybody that the Government does not first take from somebody else.

          I prefer dangerous freedom over peaceful slavery.
          - Thomas Jefferson


          Scott Essex....Flying H Ranch

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          • #6
            Originally posted by scottessex View Post
            Too bad, he was ahead of his time, I can see the windryder as a great contender to the current crop of Euro gyros. He built great blades too.
            Yep - If he had updated to achieve chordwise balance, and could have made them in sufficient quantities, he might have been able to build them for some of the euro-gyros. But they were getting pretty expensive, especially in big sizes, before he quit the market.
            Paul W. Plack
            Private ASEL, SP Gyroplane
            Secretary, URA & PRA2
            Editor, Western Rotorcraft

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