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Regardless, As a Vietnam Vet who flew Huey's, wish I had a co-pilot with his skills. They are needed when you're dodging green tracers coming your way from the enemy. And yes to become proficient at his level, he no doubt can write a book alone on the number of crashes. Really admire anyone who has a serious burn and crash incident, picks up the pieces then rebuilds. That's a tough commitment to the hobby. My wife of 47 years( makes me follow FAA guidelines) would take away my pilot's license and cut off my helicopter funds if I ever crash a bird like Mirko's . I've looked long and hard on 3D flying it takes a skill set way above my pay grade. My 300 CH53 and 450 Augusta A109 are strictly scale flying, you know hovering, figure 8s and circles ( nice and slow), I turned 70 last Monday. My Gartt 450 Pro I'm building will be for F3C flying which I enjoy watching very much. It's a lot slower than 3D but the movements are quite precise. The Europeans and Japanese are way ahead in the area. I closing I want to thank Tony for his advice, awesome videos and words of wisdom.
Hey James, since you served in the military for our country, I just created a new banner for the members and I have added it to your profile. You can see it just below where your avatar would go. speaking of avatar, maybe we should get you one of those as well