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E-Flite T-34 Mentor 25E ARF

For nearly 60 years, the T-34 Mentor has been used as a primary militarytrainer for both the US Military and several air forces and navies throughoutthe world. The Mentor was a private venture designed by the infamousWalter Beech (Beechcraft Aircraft) and presented and marketed as aneconomical replacement to the North American T-6 Texan in the late1940’s. Once accepted, production of the first “A” models began in1953 with a Continental 6-cylinder 185-horsepower engine.

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Stevens Aeromodel Helium MG

Readers of my Primary Training column will already know of my love for unpowered flight. I started in RC with sailplanes and love the pure feel of soaring. That said, powered sailplanes likely offer a more user-friendly alternative by eliminating the traditional hi-start or winch.

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Force RC Combat Helicopters

Sunset is fast approaching and the night air is still. I am behind the controls of a military helicopter patrolling the air around our satellite base station. An uneasy feeling comes over me, putting me on high alert. As I hover past my base station again, “BAM!” I am suddenly hit out of nowhere and my heli spins out of control.

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FLY RC PLAN: VSP (Very Short Plane) by Dereck Woodward

VSP (Very Short Plane) By Dereck Woodward Click here to download a tiled plan for Dereck Woodward’s VSP as featured in the March issue of Fly RC magazine. The plan consists of 30 8.5×11-inch letter size pages designed …

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HANGAR 9’s New Special Edition Sukhoi – Video, Photos, and more…

Do you ever find yourself wanting more from a magazine review? Well we aim to please! Enjoy our video, photos and desktop wallpaper of the new Hangar 9 Special Edition Sukhoi.

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Getting Your Kids Started In RC – Popular Flight Simulators

There is no greater reward than sharing your passion for this hobby with your children. However, without the aid of a good flight simulator, the costs can certainly put a dent in the fun when the inevitable crash …

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