|Mar 30, 2014, 08:58 PM|
My new Column in Model Aviation
Most of you here on RCGroups know me for my Wicked EDF motors. However there is a complete other side of model aviation that most RCGroup users have no knowledge I am also involved with. I have been flying indoor rubber powered Free Flight duration models since I was about 12 years old (30 years ago). The models I typically build weigh in at less than one gram and can fly from 1 minutes to over 40 minutes on a rubber band. I am sure those who get their Model Aviation magazines have seen these type of models in the pages of the magazines before over the years.
I recently had an opportunity to take over the Indoor Free Flight Column as the last columnist was retiring. So this months issue of Model Aviation, April 2014, on page 132 and 133 is my first column
|Apr 07, 2014, 04:45 PM|
United States, TN, Memphis
Joined Apr 2007
Those the ones covered with microfilm? When I was a kid back in the late 70's my buddy and I would go check them out flying inside Low Library. Very cool stuff.
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