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For this issue of the Newsletter, Frank's information clip is an explanation of the term 'The Real McCoy'. And there's a 'really' important McCoy connected to AQSC! George Bray informs us that in 1948, when he was working in the Engineering Section of what was then the Metropolitan Water Board, Mac McCoy was a founder member of AQSC.
Not only did Mac want to make use of the water that was part of his working life, he was also a talented craftsman who then built his own GP14, and jigs from which Moths were built, for use by Club members.
These would have been the original traditional Moths, not the incredible foiling
versions that have morphed into wing-
The other McCoy, he of the term, was Captain Bill McCoy, a rum-