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Posted by CarreraGTSCS | Oct 05, 2009 @ 07:51 PM | 24,779 Views
Posted by CarreraGTSCS | Sep 08, 2008 @ 08:19 AM | 25,397 Views
Flight 1: Aborted. Veered sharply right into the grass and damaged the nose gear. Nose gear disengaged.

Flight 2: Free castoring nose wheel. Veered slightly left, launched off of grass edge of ballfield. Approx 3 minutes of flawless flight. Landing gear wire very weak. Lipo charge-- pack#1 took 1.223 amps, pack #2 took 1.213 amps, both down to 3.8+ volts per cell.
Posted by CarreraGTSCS | Jun 08, 2007 @ 09:01 AM | 22,218 Views
"Never in the field of human conflict was so much owed by so many to so few. All hearts go out to the Fighter pilots, whose brilliant actions we see with our own eyes day after day, but we must never forget that all the time, night after night, month after month, our bomber squadrons travel far into Germany, find their targets in the darkness…aim their attacks, often under the heaviest fire, often with serious loss…and inflict shattering blows upon the whole of the technical and war-making structure of the Nazi power"

Winston Churchill.

I'm about half way done assembling the 40 sized VQ Hawker Hurricane. Maidened! Flies great.

My WWII RAF aircraft so far:

GWS Spitfire
ParkZone Spitfire
VQ Hawker Hurricane
CMPro Spitfire
FMS Spitfire
FSK Mosquito
Vickers Wellington
HVP Beaufighter