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Event Report
Event Reports - Pitts Fly-In 2004

2004 Ozark Fly-In Report
Pitts Fly-In 2004
Created: 11/15/2004
Updated: 11/15/2004
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Article by Mike Whaley
Barrett Brummett and Mike Hughes flew the Yellowbird Skybolt up to the annual Pitts Fly-In, hosted by Marshall Collins in Ozark, AL. A good time was had by all!

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A nice Pitts S-2B.  
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Another nice S-2B.  
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It may be a little hard to read here, but the tail of Cecil Wiseman's S1-C reads "Thanks, Curtis"... a sentiment echoed by almost everyone who's ever flown in a Pitts aircraft.  
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Donald Booth's S1-C also thanks Curtis.  
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Vernon Cox's interesting "Cox Hawk".  
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A very sporty-looking S1.  
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Cris Ferguson's S1-C has an O-360.  
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The fuselage offers some advice: "Let the Good Times Roll"  
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Keith Register's S1-S has a side window to aid with visibility during maneuvers.  
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Cook Waldran built this beautiful Model 12.  
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As this Model 12 shows, all-in-one engine monitors are becoming commonplace.  
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Of course, no Pitts Fly-In would be complete without aerobatics.  
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We think all hangars should look like this.  
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Looks like an Eagle snuck in with the corowd of Pitts'.  
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What can we say? Wow.  

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      » 2004 Ozark Fly-In Report    November 5, 2004

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