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Posted by MRFASTPHIL | Feb 09, 2019 @ 10:48 AM | 10,515 Views
This was quite a year for me being awarded the Pilot's Choice at a ScaleHelicopter event, and a couple months later winning 1st Place WW2 at the Desert Warbirds, a 3rd for my jet, ...and winning the Oct Fest RC Car Race and the next six races in a row in my hometown, 65 years old I guess I am still a triple threat!...Continue Reading
Posted by MRFASTPHIL | Dec 18, 2016 @ 12:32 PM | 14,311 Views
Who doesn't want to fly a jet? the past it was hard to just keep your glow plug lit for a flight, now our electric jets look and sound great with some decent power....
Posted by MRFASTPHIL | Jan 16, 2012 @ 07:13 PM | 17,780 Views
I enjoy flying all types of RC Aircraft...jets, thermal and slope ships, float planes, Warbirds from WW1 and WW2, and an occasional civilian plane...these are a sampling of some of my...Continue Reading
Posted by MRFASTPHIL | Feb 19, 2011 @ 01:54 PM | 18,858 Views
i really admire our early warbird pilots, going out everyday in those wood framed canvas covered flying machines, and engaging the enemy in almost a gentlemanly dogfight. i have a few vintage planes from our golden era of aviation, and one of my favorite good times is flying them at "DAWN PATROL" RC events....
Posted by MRFASTPHIL | Feb 19, 2011 @ 01:28 PM | 19,219 Views
The B-25 has earned it's place in our military history, by it's accomplishments....from dropping the first bombs over Japan, to it's tonnage and kill record. When the Army decided to hang on all those 50cals up on the front, the B-25 packed a pretty lethal punch.
AIRFIELD/FMS has created a wonderful looking, and GREAT flying model of the infamous B-25. With this model i'm not concerned about an engine flame out, or an expensive build. with it's retractable gear and doors, great speed and handling, it looks impressive on low level passes down the on the deck.
This plane is easily one of the best flying plane i have.
Posted by MRFASTPHIL | Feb 18, 2011 @ 09:10 PM | 18,536 Views
Hi, linda and i enjoy model aviation year round, but during the summer, we also like to build and create more scenes on our backyard Garden Railroad. it is G guage, with stainless steel track. we like the golden age of Trains , Steam engines and early Diesels. we fabracate all our bridges and scenery, and sometimes use modified birdhouses for buildings....most of our engines run on track power, but with all those 2.4Ghz radios that come with RTF airplanes, i've converted a couple of our trains to run on lipos and ESC's.