In this week’s show, John Reid shares a tip on servo installation in foamies that you don’t want to miss. Plus, we get an up-close look at Hangar 9′s giant-scale Super Decathlon, which is on the cover of the July issue of Model Airplane News.
Thursday at Joe Nall Week was an RC explosion. Every flight line was packed to the gills, and at any one time, 20 – 30 aircraft could be seen in the air. Things settled down after dark with only about 15 – 20 planes covering the night sky. What other event can say that? As in previous years, [...]
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Although pilots have been flying and camping since last Friday evening, many consider Wednesday as the official start of Joe Nall Week. Wednesday brings the first of the week’s noon time demos, and spectators really start lining up for the coveted lawn chair spots along show central. Today’s demo covered a cross-section of the hobby including control line, [...]
This stunning glider was photographed by MAN contributor Dave Garwood at the Perry Township Park on the banks of the Lake Erie. Wow. A Michael Gantner design, the glider in the main shot was built by Jeff Carlton of Cleveland, OH and is detailed with whiskers on its nose and whiskers at the rear of [...]
Earlier this week, the U.S. Navy today launched an X-47B Unmanned Combat Air System demonstrator from an aircraft carrier at sea, the system’s first at sea, catapult launch. The aircraft flew from USS George H. W. Bush off the coast of Virginia and landed safely at Naval Air Station Patuxent River, Md. about an hour [...]
Today was another beautiful day for RC action in the heart of South Carolina. Once again, “Joe Nall Week” is hitting record attendance. By Tuesday evening, the official pilot count was 1,018. That’s 100 more than the same day last year. Flight lines were very busy from first light until several hours after dark. With [...]