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Scale WW II Perfection

Sep 20, 2012 6 Comments

In the December 2012 issue of MAN, our Scale Special issue, Sal Iasilli reported on his amazing giant scale Fieseler Storch build from the Vogelsang Aeroscale kit. Sal too many more photos than could be used in the print article so we’ve included there here in this exclusive online article. Here’s Sal’s complete text, photos and video. [...]

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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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Exclusive! Align T-Rex 700E

Sep 19, 2012 2 Comments

In this economy we are all looking for a helicopter that is the best combination of quality, performance and value. Enter the T-Rex 700E DFC Super Combo by Align. This new T-Rex 700 E is the culmination of everything Align has learned about helicopters, and incorporates new design features to improve performance, reduce parts count [...]

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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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NEAT Fair Highlight — Dave Baron’s Giant B-17 Bomber turns 17!

Sep 19, 2012 No Comments

When ever you attend the all-electric NEAT Fair in Downsville, NY, there are many unique and exciting planes and pilots to be seen. One regular is at the event is my good RC buddy Dave Baron who flies a variety of electric planes there including his amazing B-17 Flying Fortress. This can be consider a generational [...]

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Tuskegee University welcomes airmen home

Sep 19, 2012 No Comments

TUSKEGEE, Ala. (September 18, 2012) — After more than 60 years, part of Tuskegee’s aviation legacy returned to historic Moton Field. Four original Tuskegee Airmen were welcomed back to the historic training site by the National Park Service and Tuskegee University President, Gilbert L. Rochon, on Sept. 15. “The Tuskegee Airmen are an intrinsic part [...]

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Build a Stand for your RC Model

Sep 18, 2012 5 Comments

During the spring I designed & built an RC model stand for a friend.  The idea was to build a stand that would make it easier to assemble and disassemble the aircraft.  This stand should work for most 40-60 size airplanes, modelers may want to create/change to suit their own tastes too.  The construction is [...]

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