in the shops 17 Jan!
February's packed issue is full of good reading, great features and reviews! Dig in!
ON THE COVER
In the year that marks the centenary of the Great War there’s sure to be raised awareness of the conflict and the Dawn Patrol is determined to do its bit. Matt Harrowven’s faithfully reproduced Fokker D.VI is a prime example of what we can expect and there's more in our big feature article!
Ton Van Munsteren is back with a pair of quick and easy-build park flyers!
All the latest news from the R/C flying world
Lift those new-year blues with a little retail therapy
Go on, have your say in the UK’s best-selling R/C flying mag!
A bumper spread of events to keep you busy during the chilly season
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Chris Bott goes on safari with Staufenbiel’s ready-to-fly Dornier
Warm hands, better flying?
Hitec’s revised touch-screen radio
BLADE 180 QX HD
The popular quad gains a video camera
YAK 54 180
Josh Stenhouse ups the aerobatic ante with E-flite’s ultra micro 3D’er
Brian Winch gives the latest spark ignition four-stroke jewel the third degree
WIZARD OF OZ
Brian Winch takes cover from prop-spitting two-strokes
ON THE EDGE
Records, they are a’tumbling. Andy Ellison checks his stopwatch
Continuing the love affair with all things retro’, Nigel Hawes ponders his stricken Bearcat and Fournier
The thrill of an aerial awayday does nothing to temper Whittaker’s love of his one true faith
ACES ON A HIGH
Anticipating a busy 2014, Dave Tappin looks back at the Dawn Patrol’s achievements
ALIVE AND KICKING
Alex Whittaker reports from an aeromodelling institution
….and we’ll send you a FREE transmitter mitt!
New-formula Speed Epoxy II mixes it with Pete Lowe
COLD WAR, HOT SEAT
Vulcan modeller Cyril Carr recounts his experiences flying the 1:1 scale machine
Time to get hovering as Steve Dorling returns with more rotary wing advice
Brian Wood’s superb 1/5th scale electric P-51
FORTY YEAR FURY
John Higgins reflects on his slow-burn trad’ build that nearly didn't make it
HOUSE OF HOTSHOTS
Shahid Banglawala returns to analyse the snap roll
Glider ace Simon Cocker on big models, speeding tickets and the one that didn’t get away
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|RCM&E February 2014 Issue.|
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