The one thing you can truly count on while attending the Old Rhinebeck RC Jamboree in New York, is that you are going to see some beautiful WW1 Biplanes. Such is the case with an impressive RAF SE5a Scout built and flown by Ralph Perrone of Pittsfield, MA. Ralph’s electric powered Scout was a piece [...]
Development in brushless motor design and Li-Po battery technology have benefited the RC hobby especially for seasoned and wanabee jet jocks. Electric ducted fan (EDF) jets are quickly becoming one of the most popular branches of modeling tree and the development of these E-powered speed demons is nothing short of amazing. When most people talk [...]
Follow in the foot steps of Manfred von Richthofen and become the “Ace-of-Aces” any time, anywhere with the micro Flyzone Fokker Dr.1! With its compact 14.1-inch wingspan, the Fokker Dr.1 is at home in a gym as it is in a backyard and because everything is included, just charge the pack and go. It can [...]
This new RCGF 111CC gasoline engine produces 11.2hp and can turn an 27×10 propeller at 6200 rpm, so it’s ideal for your 33- to 40-percent aircraft. RCGF engines are known worldwide for their high quality, power and customer support. All engines come with prop adapter, muffler, motor standoff, spark plug, electronic CDI ignition and a two year [...]
Four pilots with the District of Columbia Air National Guard (DCANG) at Andrews Air Force Base, near Washington, finally receive authorization to get airborne on 9/11 in their fighter jets, and are given instructions on their mission. Read the article, “Land Now!” in the October 2011 issue of Flight Journal magazine.