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SVU-200 UAV Heli’s First Flights

Oct 02, 2012 3 Comments

Hunan Sunward Systems’ new SUV-200 is not an existing helicopter converted to a UAV, but was designed from the ground up as a “large helicopter made small,” and not a “small RC helicopter made big,” like most all other UAV helicopters to date.  All parts were specifically designed and built for this project and are unique, [...]

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RC Outback Rescue

Oct 02, 2012 8 Comments

Imagine this: you’re lost in the vast, arid Australian outback after you left your disabled vehicle and decided to walk to the nearest town. Your water supply is running out, and your cell phone battery is dead. Then, you hear the whine of a 2-stroke engine, and an RC plane that has been searching for you [...]

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Welcome to Fall

Sep 24, 2012 8 Comments

In honor of the first week of fall, sit back and enjoy this great 3-minute video of autumn in Alaska. The footage was shot by a 38-inch scratchbuilt RC plane and captures the spectacular scenery on Karma Ridge. Enjoy your moment of Zen from YouTube’s MountainSnowFlyer. (If you don’t feel more relaxed after watching this clip, [...]

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Scale Bell 206L LongRanger

Sep 19, 2012 1 Comment

This great-looking heli is the handiwork of Matthew Jenner, who flew it at the UK’s Enysford Scale Day earlier this month. Thanks to YouTube’s Ivansmith6 for this nice footage.

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Need to charge your phone? Call a quadcopter!

Sep 19, 2012 No Comments

This latest news from Extreme Tech comes from Sebastian Anthony and, if you’ve ever searched desperately for an empty wall socket at an airport, it’s the answer to your prayers! “The University of Nebraska’s NIMBUS Lab has developed unmanned quadcopters that can fly around and wirelessly transmit power to devices. Ostensibly these UAVs have the [...]

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The “Pancake” Lives On

Sep 19, 2012 7 Comments

During WW II, every manufacturer was aggressively seeking ways of squeezing more performance out of aircraft. Unfortunately, virtually all of those sometimes unorthodox experimental aircraft have disappeared. This is what makes the displaying of the most unorthodox of them all, the Vought V-173 “Flying Flap Jack,” at the Frontiers of Flight Museum at Love Field [...]

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Q&A with Peter Goldsmith

Sep 19, 2012 No Comments

At the Horizon U.S. Air Meet earlier this month, we had a chance to talk to Peter Goldsmith, Horizon’s field marketing manager and the man in charge of the Air Meet’s spectacular midday show. He attends over 20 events every year and is a well-known and welcome sight at flying fields across the country. Don’t miss his [...]

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Clover Creek Champions

Sep 17, 2012 No Comments

Top three finishers Gernot Bruckmann, David Moser, and Kurt Koelling standing tall and proud! In the foreground is the plane that Tony Russo from Dalton Aviation had built and finished for the event raffle. Pilots started pulling into Toone, Tennessee about a week before the contest and the weather couldn’t have been better! Clear skies, light [...]

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