|Not Long after the war. Mac and
his children, his daughter Sue and
his son Macky on the right, Michael
the little one in the middle.
|Mac's daughter Sue
and little brother Macky
|Mac adjusting a plane
|Daughter, Sue, Son, Macky
|daughter, Sue, son, Macky
and new addition son, Michael
|Mac many years later. His
grandsons Derek and Timmy
|Mac with Derek, our son.
Mac's grandson. Mac teaching Derek
how to fly an R/C plane.
|Mac and Derek. Derek now has his
|Mac and Gary Bullock. Mac flew
model airplanes with Gary when Gary
was a young man. He says he still is.
|Gary with RC F5D Skylancer, designed
and built by Gary, based on the plane
which was supposed to be the
successor to the Skyray, but only 4 were
built. Gary says: "flies beautifully, if I do
say so myself".
|Model Mary Mac #40
that Gary made
|Close up of Mary Mac model
Gary made. Notice Mac's picture in
|Mary Mac model in
|Mil Nicholson (Gary's better half)
holding Mary Mac Model
|Jan 29, 2011, Derek teaching his son,
mac's great grandson,
Max (almost two years old)
about model planes.
|2011, Zoe, Mac's great grand daughter, (almost
five years old) launching an R/C plane for her
Dad, Derek. She is an excellent chaser and
launcher. Zoe is our grand daughter.
|This is a true story of an American WWII Fighter Ace, Lt Gordon H. McDaniel of Sweetwater, Tennessee.
He was a member of the 325th Fighter Group, the "Checkertail Clan". His friends called him Mac.
|1949, Sue, Mac's daughter and
Zoe's grand mother, (almost five
years old when photo was made)
launching a model plane for her
Dad, She was an excellent
chaser and launcher..