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Rodger (right) and Brent Hecht pose with their 12-foot long T-38 Talon radio-controlled scale model next to a T-38A model in front of Building 1600 on Feb. 22, 2014 to show the scale comparison to the actual aircraft. The T-38A, tail number 10810, was placed in front of Building 1600 on October 1983. Rodger and Brent started flying R/C models with the Muroc Model Masters R/C Club nearly 20 years ago and decided to build their T-38 with an 82-inch wingspan. The fully-functional model weighs approximately 45 pounds, has two 5-inch electric ducted fans powered by brushless motors and the airframe is made of blue foam, carbon fiber, fiber glass, balsa wood and plywood. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jet Fabara)


Father, son’s love for aviation inspires one ‘talon-ted’ creation

Rodger (right) and Brent Hecht pose with their 12-foot long T-38 Talon radio-controlled scale model next to a T-38A model in front of Building 1600 on Feb. 22, 2014 to show the scale comparison to the actual aircraft. The T-38A, tail number 10810, was placed in front of Building 1600 on October 1983. Rodger and Brent started flying R/C models with the Muroc Model Masters R/C Club nearly 20 years ago and decided to build their T-38 with an 82-inch wingspan. The fully-functional model weighs approximately 45 pounds, has two 5-inch electric ducted fans powered by brushless motors and the airframe is made of blue foam, carbon fiber, fiber glass, balsa wood and plywood. (U.S. Air Force photo by Jet Fabara)

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