Super GAT-1 from Smithsonian does it's first loop

The GAT-1 team continues to advance in refurbishing the Microflite  Supser GAT-1 donated by the National Air and Space Museum in mid-April, 2014.  See attached 20 second video - Bob Swarts, pilot; Carl Mazzini (maroon shirt) and Gordy Ruston (navy shirt) review motion system status.  Dave Tripp, Atlanta, original programmer on the Super GAT-1, advised by phone on software/hardware configuration this morning.   Larry Woods provided a box of GAT-1 parts from his garage collection.  The team hopes to resolve issues with audio (probable missing sound card) and yaw motion (perhaps turned off in software) in the coming weeks.