Model Airplane History Maker Dies

Maynard Hill:

Maynard Hill, a designer of model airplanes who secured a spot in aviation history in 2003 when one of his creations flew 1,882 miles across the Atlantic Ocean on less than a gallon of fuel, died June 7 of prostate cancer at his home in Silver Spring. He was 85.

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http://flymall.org/docs/MaynardHill/MaynardHill.pdf

 

 

Maynard Hill – model aircraft maker, model airplane maker, Atlantic Ocean

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