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Looking for Submarine Hobbyists

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  • Looking for Submarine Hobbyists

    R/C submarine hobbyists in the North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida region, we're calling you out!

    In the fantastic hobby of R/C submarines we often feel isolated. This forum is to correct this and enjoin others in close proximity to share builds, technical information and group meets!

    You can contact Ed Frank or Bill Bibeault at the below email address, to get this ball rolling. Let’s make this R/C submarine world a lot smaller.

    Ed Frank:
    Bill Bibeault:

    Bill Bibeault
    Winterville Ga.

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    One and all
    I just sent out to our group the First War Patrol of the U-505, if anyone would like a copy email me, Bill Bibeault:
    Athens Ga.