Gerry Yarrish’s Blog

Giant Scale Junker Ju 88 Bomber — Flightline Video

Dec 04, 2013 5 Comments

Model Airplane News contributor and WW II warbird expert PJ Ash has an impressive collection of military RC aircraft. Recently, Rich Uravitch caught up with him to get the lowdown on the newest addition to his Active Flight Status log, in the form of this nicely done Junkers Ju 88. Believe it or not, this [...]

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First Test Flight! Blade 350QX quadcopter

Dec 03, 2013 No Comments

We finally had a break in the cloudy weather so we end off to the local flying field. We test flew a couple of models including the 350QX Quadcopter from Blade. This big impressive multi-rotor is designed to carry a GoPro Hero video camera and comes with a lightweight attachment bracket for the GoPro Hero3. [...]

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Giant SE5 Scout from Vailly Aviation Answers the Call!

Dec 03, 2013 7 Comments

Several RC Dawn Patrol fly ins and competitions are springing up all across the country. It is has been a very obvious trend in the last few years showing an increased interest for RC WW1 airplane designs. This trend has not gone unnoticed and there are new kits and plans coming to market. So, by popular [...]

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Video Flight Report — Durafly Retro Series Junior

Nov 27, 2013 No Comments

Combining the style of vintage free flight designs with the durability of molded EPP foam with modern electronics thrown in for good measure, the new Junior pack flyer from Durafly is a fun, undemanding RC plane for all pilot skill levels. Part of the Retro Series, the Junior looks very much like free flight planes [...]

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Weekender Warbird Mustang from Hitec — Review Sneak Peek

Nov 26, 2013 1 Comment

We just got the new P-51  from Hitec in the office for review. This sweet looking Mustang is part of the Weekender Warbird series and it takes only minutes to assemble. We got the package the other day from our buddies at Hitec RCD and here are some pix of the Mustang as it is [...]

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Behinds the Scenes with the E-flite Carbon-Z Cub on Floats

Nov 26, 2013 15 Comments

Recently we reviewed the new Carbon-Z Cun from E-flite and we really put it through its paces. Contributor and ace test pilot Kevin Siemonsen flew the Cub out of our tight test field with its flaps and big tundra tires, and even flew the plane inverted to explore its true aerobatic performance envelop. Kevin then [...]

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First Look! Alias Quadcopter from Traxxas — Stability and Performance!!!

Nov 22, 2013 No Comments

When Traxxas first entered the RC air market, they made a big splash with their amazing micro QR-1 quad copter. At the time it was the smallest and by far the coolest micro out there. Well, not a company known to to drag their feet, Traxxas has just released their newest variation on the theme, in [...]

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Monster Scale Martin Baker MB.5 — Flightline Video

Nov 21, 2013 4 Comments

One of the most unique RAF aircraft to come out after WW2 and just before the dawn of the jet age was the MB-5 from the Martin Baker company. Only one was built and it was never developed past the prototype stage. Used for flight design testing, it was eventually used as a target drone [...]

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Senior Technical Editor About Me: I have a lifelong passion for all things scale, and I love to design, build and fly scale RC airplanes. With 20 plus years as part of the Air Age family of magazines, I love producing Model Airplane News and Electric Flight.
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