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Tiger Moth Oppportunity

This is what a modeler looks like who is getting to sit in a Tiger Moth for the very first time. Franz Frank, a customer from Sweden shares his euphoria with us. What a smile!

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Excellent link to legal discourse on Remotely Piloted Vehicles

The FAA may have no legal right to regulate UAV activities. Check Peter Sach’s Drone Law blog: Drone Law

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American Junior RC

Check out this fun scratch built project.

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Hand Made R-985 Dummy Radial

Photo provided by Donald Kurtz, local scale builder. He’s building a Beech 18 and needed two dummy radials. No engine kit was available in the correct scale. The metal parts are K&S aluminum and copper tubing. The brass you see … Continue reading

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Windows 8.1 Charms Bar KILLED! DISABLED! DEFEATED!

AFter extensive searching, I had to figure this out for myself. I believe this is the first and only solution to eliminate edge swiping annoyingly opening up the right hand Charms Bar and taking control of your pointer. 1/25/2014. It … Continue reading

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Keith Shaws Radical RC 1905 Wright Flyer in Canada

Keith Shaw flying is 1905 Wright Flyer at the 2013 KRCM Electric Fun Fly. Club Link: Kingston Radio Control Modellers in Canada

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Setting the Hook

Hi Dave, I know you are interested in getting young folks interested in Model Aviation. Last Saturday my club helped at the NASA Space and Rocket Center Aviation Challenge event. Here is a photo of me planting the seed with … Continue reading

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V22 Osprey Arrives at USAFM Today

Enjoyed watching a CV-22 Osprey arrive in front of our shop. The United States Air Force Museum is across the street from “US”. Osprey pilot dusts the snow off our roof. He put on a short airshow, bank angles easily … Continue reading

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Comments on Line of Sight UAV, FPV and UAS requirments.

The following are my thoughts written in a letter in response to the “Line of Sight” requirement being applied to FPV operations and regulation of commercial operations. While I recommend you follow all rules and regulations. These are what I … Continue reading

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Getting a Type Rating and Flying the DC-7

Getting type rated in a DC-7.

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