Air Supremacy event showcases historic model aircrafts
GOSHEN, Ind. -- It was a unique show in the sky as different radio control aircrafts took over the Goshen Municipal Airport Saturday.
It was all part of the Air Supremacy event that started Thursday.
There were aircrafts from World War I, World War II, and classics like the Piper Clubs and military-style turbine jets.
“Some of these are built literally from scratch. A pilot will see a picture, draw their own plans, and start cutting the parts and putting it together. As you can see here, at the show here today, these are some very serious scale models. The detailing and the accuracy is just unimaginable,” said R.J. Monroe, co-founder of Air Supremacy
Many of the craftsmen have wide variety of backgrounds and use events like this to share their hobby through history.