The July 2009 issue of RCM&E will be with subscribers anytime now and in the shops from 5th June.
It's a super issue, full of thorough reviews, great features, and all your regular favourites.

  • Model Magic - We take a close look at Tony Nijhuis' Bronco (cover model), it's big and bold.
  • Crown Jewels - Highlighting the gems at the National F/F Scale Champs at Nottingham.
  • Lift-off!- Cyril Carr describes his EDF Space Shuttle - it's quite a model!  
  • The St.Bruno tin circuit - Alex Whittaker investigates the recently uncovered work of an R/C pioneer
  • Fighter Command Pt.2 - David Ashby talks to the TJD display team about the practicalities of owning and flying large warbirds.
  • Perfecting the art - Martin Bedding concludes his excellent cross-wind flying tutorial.
  • WIN!! - Yes indeed, we've another great competition where one reader will win an E-Flite Ultimate bipe and power package worth £290!
  • Gilmore Racer - Pug ugly yet oddly endearing, we fly Black Horse's retro racer.
  • Sukhoi SU-26 - Parkzone's new mini 4-channel aerobat - 3D indoors?
  • Neon Blaze - Can Century's new chopper really suit beginner or expert?
  • ASW-28 - The new RTF park-fly motor-glider from Jamara.
  • Ultimate 20-300 - E-flite's sweet little bipe on test.
  • Totally Traditional - A new Jug enters the house as Pete Lowe brings us up to date with his projects.
  • Weekenders - A spate of electrical problems has Whittaker reaching for the trusty multi-meter.
  • Jet Thrust - Andy Ellison highlights some of the prodcust that make building and flying a jet that much easier.
  • Fly Electric - Nigel Hawes talks 'power-sets' as his triple review progresses.
  • ROAMER - It's no wonder that vintage models are so popular when they're as pretty as Peter Millers latest design!
  • Switch On - All the latest news from the R/C flying hobby
  • Counterpoint - The latest models and equipment heading your way  
  • Going Places - Your diary dates for the next two months
  • Marketplace - More all-new reader ad's
  • All Write - Share your thoughts with RCM&E readers, the best letter each month wins a prize!   
It's an issue you won't want to miss so be sure to pop along to your newsagent or model shop and pick up your copy of RCM&E for just £3.95. Better still, why not save yourself some money over the long run and get your copy before anyone else by subscribing?  We've a free rotary tool kit for each subscriber in June too!  
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