Gerry Yarrish

The Future of Naval Aviation is here Today!

Nov 21, 2013 4 Comments

When it comes to using drones in the military, the US Navy doesn’t fool around! Claiming to have the best pilots (Aviators) on the planet, the US Navy also has the most sophisticated Drones now in military service. Or, soon to be. Far from the old “Shadow” twin boom UAVs that were caught in nets, [...]

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Sneak Peek — Blade 350 QX Quadcopter with GPS stability

Nov 19, 2013 No Comments

In the office for flight review is the amazing new 350 QX quadcopter from Blade. This multi-rotor aerial vehicle has GPS and advanced built-in stability. It has several flight modes and is designed to carry a GoPro Camera. In the Smart Mode the 350 QX literally flies itself and has the ability to travel in [...]

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Fantastic Flying Fortress: the Nine-O-Nine! With Flightline Video

Nov 18, 2013 6 Comments

At the recent Monster Planes Fly In in Lakeland FL, several amazing scale warbirds and classics showed up to enjoy a weekend of RC fun. MAN’s Rich Uravitch and Ace Photo Guy David Hart were on hand to capture all the excitement and you will be able to read all about it in the upcoming February [...]

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How To Install Hinges

Nov 15, 2013 8 Comments

From the workshop of MAN editor Gerry Yarrish, this How To Video demonstrates installing flat Du-Bro control hinges in your RC airplane. With more that 84,400 views, this video is a must watch for anyone who wants to start building his or her own RC airplanes from a kit of from plans. These techniques can [...]

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Sneak Peek — Proto X nano-Quad Copter from Estes

Nov 12, 2013 1 Comment

Wow! Talk about small! This new fully functional micro-size quad-copter is amazingly small! Out of the box, it can be ready for flight in as much time as it takes to charge the on-board battery with the included USB charger. And it also includes the smallest 4-channel 2.4GHz transmitter we’ve ever seen! For more information go [...]

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Prevent Loose Servo Arms

Nov 12, 2013 1 Comment

Loose servo arms may cause your plane to fly erratically and even crash, but they’re also a symptom of something else that’s wrong! In this video, Gerry Yarrish shares his methods for finding and fixing the likely culprit, engine vibration, and offers some techniques for making sure your servo arms stay connected for good. video platform video management video solutions [...]

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Veteran’s Day

Nov 11, 2013 1 Comment

Today is the holiday our nation recognizes the efforts and sacrifices  of our men and women in uniform past and present that have kept us safe and free. It is very much a personal thing, and those that have served or come from a family with those who have served (or are serving now,) know exactly how [...]

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Shop Tip Video — Splicing Balsa Sheeting

Nov 08, 2013 1 Comment

When you start building larger model airplanes, you need to start splicing wood for larger than average wings. Here’s a shop tip from our own Gerry Yarrish for making slices that are strong, neat and smooth. You’ll need a metal ruler,  some CA glue, (I use ZAP medium CA and Zip Kicker,) sharp hobby blades for [...]

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