RCM&E's new July 2013 issue is now arriving with subscribers and will be in the shops 31 May.
ON THE COVER
Looking every bit the rugged observation platform that it was, Graeme Illsley’s Vought OS2U-3 Kingfisher is captured on finals at the recent Wittering warbird event hosted by the RAF Model Aircraft Association.
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The ed breaks ranks and travels north, Peter Miller presents his latest aerobatic sportster
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Steve Sales soars with the first of Multiplex’ 2013 releases
Yak’s, Extra’s and Sukhois are frequently modelled R/C subjects, yet few are as true to scale as Dymond’s latest
Brian Winch investigates a simple, effective and safe model restraint
An affordable petrol four-stroke! What’s not to like?
HobbyZone’s latest may just be the best lone-hand trainer money can buy
Andy Ellison traces some patterns with Extreme Flight’s 2m slick ship
Lindsay Todd’s latticework lightweight summons the spirit of aviation’s pioneering age. And it’s an easy build, too!
WINGS OVER WITTERING
A photo report from warbirding’s hottest ticket
HOUSE OF HOTSHOTS
Perfectly executed, a good stall turn will always impress. Shahid Banglawala is back to show how it's done
WHAT GOES UP
With control harmonisation still on topic, Dave Burton turns attention to the sideslip
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A FLYING START
It's all go as Martin Phillips fires up the E-Pioneer's systems for the first time
A TURN FOR THE BETTER
Pete Lowe takes his first tentative step into the world of serious model engineering
MAKING SENSE OF…
ON THE UP
With attendance on the rise, austerity is clearly not something that gets in the way of the doubty indoor free-flight scale gentry
Tony Nijhuis reveals all!
Reformed philatelist Pete Lowe is back in the workshop
Alex Whittaker finds that doing justice to a departed friend’s treasures requires a bit of cunning!
Nigel Hawes turns back the clock and kicks off his new retro project
ON SILENT WINGS
As global warming gives us another good soaking, Simon Cocker discovers a silver lining
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