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Aerofest 2019


Written by Pete Lewis Inaugural event held in June 2019

Building a 3D-printed airplane


Written by Mike Deitchman A pilot builds an aircraft from 3D-printed parts

Flite Test EDF


Written by Jack Kreska Adapting a foamie

I have built and flown a couple of the Electric Ducted-Fan (EDF) models from Flight Test. The latest one I’ve built is the FT-X29 EDF.

Interesting Pilots for a PT-17


Written by Dave Robinson Feathered guests found in front seat

I thought you might be amused by a group of four soon to be pilots, who have a perfect home. I have a very deep covered front porch between a couple of covered parking spaces for cars.

Modeling While Aging

Written by Anonymous

Early Modeling Skills


Written by Robert Van Devender Skills that transcend modeling

WACO Air Museum and Learning Center


Written by Stan Alexander WACO Air Museum and Learning Center

WACO Air Museum and Learning Center

WACO Air Museum and Learning Center

Sparring Sparrows

Written by Mike Park Pilot member describes flying on a farm with nature's aviators

A Life of Aviation, with 25 Bomber Missions in the Middle


Written by John Agnew M.D. Sid Harris is still flying at age 93

Ron Bouchard's e-Elf Biplane Senior


Written by Ron Bouchard Ron Bouchard discusses his e-Elf Biplane Senior

Ron Bouchard's Midwest Aero-Star E-40


Written by Ron Bouchard Ron Bouchard discusses his Aero-Star E-40
It started 12 years ago when my wife bought a Midwest Aero-star 40 for my Christmas present. After building, the model flew great and was rugged as a tank. The number of times I crashed that model would have broken the Guinness World record for RC model crashes.

Don Brann’s Piper PA-18


Written by Don Brann Don Brann discusses his Piper PA-18 Featured in Stan Alexander's RC Scale Column in Model Aviation June 2015.

Apprentices

Lincoln Man’s Intriguing Hobby Takes Flight

A Cub Pilot from Cuba

Barnstorming, Sea Planes, and Aerobatics - Oh My

Francis Reynolds shares a conversation from his friend George. Bellevue WA

Kitbashing a VF-84 F-5E Jolly Rogers

Roel Cruijff Shanghai Interceptor gets a facelift I had some skull and bone decals lying around so I figured the F-5E kit would look amazing with it. It's currently standing next to an F-22 from the same fighter group!



Club Floats to First Place

Susan Calvin President of the KC/RC Missouri club makes its presence known
The Kansas City Radio Control Association (KC/RC) entered its float in three parades in 2013, and walked away with the first-place prize for each.

Flight Brings Back Memories

Howard Moore Round Rock, Texas Goldberg Jr. Falcon takes to the skies again

Willing to Share Knowledge

Blake Walston Perry, Georgia Hi modelers and potential modelers
I have been building models since 1948, no expert bit have lots of experience. Been teaching kids and young folks to build for over 30 years. I am willing to share what knowledge I have. Feel free to contact me at ablaker2@sbcglobal.net.

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