The new October 2009 issue of RCM&E will be arriving with subscribers any day now and will be in the shops from 28 August.
 
It's another packed 132-page issue with the following articles, reviews and features......

 
COLUMNS

ON THE EDGE
Dive tests, new toys and slope wars, Andy Ellison has it all.

FLY ELECTRIC
Nigel Hawes flies the Goolie and ME-262

WEEKENDERS
Whittaker breathes new life into his radio gear, 2.4GHz surely not!


REGULARS
SWITCH ON

News of the new British FPV association and a new world champion

COUNTERPOINT
Eleven great new products heading your way!

ALL WRITE
Got something to say? Three pages of your letters

GOING PLACES

Planning a weekend away? Check out our latest diary dates

R/C MARKETPLACE
Two new pages of all-new FREE readers' ads

NEXT ISSUE
It's our annual Special Issue! Tutorials and reviews gallore not forgetting the FREE two-sheet Westland Lysander plan from Tony Nijhuis' drawing board.


REVIEWS
H-TWO-O

Splashing about with Britflight's amphibian

P-51 MUSTANG
Parkzone's update of it's popular foam fighter

AMPEROR APP-300
Easing the 'E' back into RCM&E with a shakedown of the sub £30 bench PSU

DECATHLON
Completing a Parkzone double-bill with a look at their dinky Decathlon
 
FLASHER 450
Phoenixtech's new chopper is knocking hard on the door of the 450 heli market
 
SAITO FG-20
Brian Winch gasses about the new four-stroke petrol engine


FEATURES
DAWN PATROL
  
Dave Tappin describes the WW1 display team's first year on the show circuit

COMING IN
Evergreen advice on getting your pride and joy down in one piece
 
COMPETITION
We've £300 worth of blingy helicopter package to give away!

INVESTIGATING EXPO 2
Continuing our look at the handy radio function

USING A WATTMETER
We're into the workshop with the vital electric flight accessory

BOWDEN 2009
Classic designs, formidable competitors, Alex Whittaker reports
 
10 THINGS.....
...that we think every flyer should know!
 
 
FREE PRO-PLAN
WAVE
We dip a toe in the water with Tony Van Munsteren's back to basics flying boat 
 
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? 
 
Don't forget that you can order this issue online at www.myhobbystore.com as well.