Arts & Entertainment Milaca Fly-In breakfast Published August 12, 2017 at 2:06 pm By Jeff Hage The 2017 Milaca Fly-In Breakfast on Sunday, August 6 was a huge success, with more than 60 planes touching down at the Milaca Municipal Airport and over 600 pancake breakfasts being served by Milaca Legion Post #178. Photo by Jeff Hage, Union-TimesThis Rotorcraft turbo-shaft helicopter owned by Chris Brekken and registered out of Prescott, Wisconsin, became an instant hit at the Milaca Fly-In breakfast. Photo by Jeff Hage, Union-TimesRaymond Johnson’s fixed-wing single plane caught the eyes of Fly-In visitors with its bright red motif. The plane was manufactured by Boeing in 1943. Photo by Jeff Hage, Union-TimesThis Piper PA-28 fixed-wing single plane caught eyes because of the painting of an Indian chief on its tail. Built in 1961, the plane owned by Britz Store Equipment in Buckman, has a Lycoming 0-320 series engine.