Aerobatics Made Easy DVDs Great for Holiday Stocking Stuffers

Nov 21, 2012 No Comments

As the technical editor and director for all the DVD video shoots, I’ve had a great time working with John Glezellis and our video staff to develop and produce these amazing “Aerobatics Made Easy” DVDs. Listed at $24.95 each, the three DVDs including: Aerobatics Made Easy; Advanced Aerobatics Made Easy and, 3D Aerobatics Made Easy, [...]

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Air Age Store Gift Cards Are Now Available

Nov 21, 2012 No Comments

If you’re not sure what to get the RC’er in your life, AirAgeStore.com Gift Cards are the perfect way to give them exactly what they’re hoping for! Recipients can choose from hundreds of items that can only be found at AirAgeStore.com. These Gift Cards never expire, so they can be used toward an immediate purchase [...]

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30% OFF BOOKS, PLANS & MORE!

Nov 21, 2012 No Comments

Looking for a winter building project? Gifts for flying friends (or yourself!)? Starting today, through Christmas Eve, everything on the AirAgeStore.com (except subscriptions) is 30% off! That means books, plans, baseball caps, shirts, flightline books, cover posters and more is on sale. What are you waiting for? Place your order today! CLICK HERE TO VISIT [...]

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Editor pick: WW II Scale Aircraft Drawings

Nov 21, 2012 No Comments

Looking for the perfect holiday gift? Whether it’s for the flightline caller who always has your back or your club’s engine expert who fixed your finicky 2-stroke, WW II Scale Aircraft Drawings is an ideal present. With 37 aircraft 3-views, accurate color and markings and cross-sections, airfoils and engine and landing gear details, this book [...]

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Hangar 9 1/4-scale Super Cub–Sneak Peek!

Nov 19, 2012 5 Comments

Who doesn’t like a Piper Cub? It is one of the greatest classic airplanes of all time, and when the Piper Aircraft Company added a more powerful engine and flaps to its popular design, the Super Cub was born to the delight of thousands of bush pilots. You can find Super Cubs at just about [...]

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Drone pilots: how to combat boredom

Nov 19, 2012 2 Comments

How do drone pilots stay alert during 12-hour missions, especially considering that they’re in a control room while the UAV they’re piloting can be hundreds of miles away? This Gizmag article by David Szondy shares how MIT researchers are looking into ways to combat pilot boredom during long drone flights: The saying that “war is [...]

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Sukhoi enters the UAV industry

Nov 19, 2012 No Comments

News from Russian aircraft manufacturer Sukhoi, famous for their aerobats and jets: Sukhoi, which has historically designed fighter and ground attack aircraft but now also builds some civil aircraft, is part of UAC, a holding covering most of Russia’s aircraft industry. “UAVs are a strategic avenue for development for UAC, and Sukhoi is focused on [...]

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Vintage A/2 Glider

Nov 18, 2012 No Comments

I feel that R/C flyers of vintage models have tended to neglect gliders, in particular the ‘Nordic’ class A/2 designs of the late 1940′s to early 1950′s. The class rules produced models around 60″ to 74″ wingspan, 15 ounces minimum weight, and a body of 5 square inches minimum x-section. The nice thing is that they can be [...]

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