Bremont P-51 Watch

Jul 01, 2011 No Comments

Here’s the perfect gift for the pilot who has everything: a limited edition, custom watch that was made with parts from a P-51 Mustang! The Bremont Watch company was started by British brothers in 2002, and since then they have been offering high-quality, aviation-inspired timepieces. Their latest, the Bremont P-51, incorporates aluminum from the fuselage [...]

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USAF Thunderbirds Precision Airshow Team

Jul 01, 2011 1 Comment

USAF Thunderbirds 2011 Schedule Throughout the year, the famous red, white and blue Thunderbirds fly with precision and pride representing the very best pilots of the U.S. Air Force. If you want to experience their amazing and patriotic airshow, checkout one of their stopovers at a major airshow near you. The Thunderbirds are the air [...]

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Futaba S.Bus Simplicity with Any Receiver!

Jun 30, 2011 No Comments

With this adapter, almost any receiver will be compatible with S.Bus programmable servos, a CGY750 three-axis gyro and other S.Bus equipment. The SB-1 S.Bus PWM adapter converts input from up to 10 PWM channels into a single S.Bus output. The adapter costs $59.99.

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Geocopter, the new unmanned rotorcraft

Jun 30, 2011 No Comments

Here in the US quadrocopters like the AR.Drone and Datron Scout are the ones we see in the news all the time but a Dutch unmanned rotorcraft system manufacturer called Geocopter has proven that there’s still life in the traditional helicopter design. The company delivered its first light unmanned helicopter called the GC-201. This bird [...]

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62% Scale RC Stearman PT-17

Jun 30, 2011 2 Comments

Is this the largest RC Biplane in the world? We are always impressed and pleasantly surprised by the talented modelers from around the world who push the boundaries of our hobby. The most recent addition to the monster scale league is from designer and builder Frans Tanghe from the Netherlands with his stupendous 62% scale [...]

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Sea Lions & RC Planes

Jun 30, 2011 No Comments

“Is that a bird? No, it’s a plane!” Researchers at the University of Alaska Fairbanks have started to use small unmanned aircraft to help monitor the local population of Stellar sea lions, but you won’t catch any of these endangered mammals looking up at the Aerovironment Puma AE aircraft, because even at 70 feet away (much [...]

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Great deal alert! July 4th Auction

Jun 29, 2011 No Comments

This holiday weekend, the guys over at RC Car Action will have a mystery, high-ticket auction item up for bid and, although I’ve been sworn to secrecy, I can tell you that it’s a super-expensive, super-cool RC product (with four wheels!) that your teenage son or grandson (or you!) would really, really enjoy. The item will be [...]

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A Good Day at the “Office.”

Jun 28, 2011 3 Comments

Well, today was a great day. The old saying, “A bad day at the flying field, is better than a good day in the office.” often rings true, but I am lucky enough to often split my day at both the office and the flying field, so I never have a bad day at work! [...]

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