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Tim Hooper takes us back to the twenties with his gorgeous version of Sydney Camm’s civvy bipe
ON THE COVER
You can’t beat a big warbird and they don’t come much bigger than Hawker’s imposing Sea Fury. Similarly, models are rarely more representative than Trevor Wood’s awe-inspiring 1/4-scale replica. Read all about it in the issue. Photo: Alex Whittaker
Foamie warbirds are getting ever more convincing as the new FMS fighter demonstrates
The full-size may be gone, but it’s certainly not forgotten. We fly Jamara’s new Skywagon
Say cheese to Silverlit’s new camera equipped chopper
JR 11X ZERO
JR’s futuristic 2.4GHz radio certainly breaks the mould, but does functionality match visual promise?
Andy Ellison has a ball with 100” of moulded F3F hottie
Black Horse has given the US army’s favourite spotter the ARTF treatment – Colin Nolan takes a closer look
Breaking news from the world of model flying.
Oh no, lock your wallets there’s two pages of tempting kit coming your way!
Plan your autumnal R/C escapades with our latest events listing
Another selection of hot and varied topics from RCM&E readers
Bundles of brand new readers’ ads vie for your attention
Alex Whittaker prepares for a drenching at the LMA’s big one
THE WAY WE WERE
Pete Norrington takes us back thirty-two years to a time when dodgy haircuts and facial hair were de rigueur. This, then, is 1979!
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Dave Roberts looks back to the Hawker Cygnet’s participation in the Air Ministry’s 1924 Light Plane Trials
SNAP CRACKLE AND ROLL
With the UK competition season in full flow, Shahid Banglawala offers a timely round up
ANATOMY OF A TRAINER
Good designs don’t just appear overnight, they evolve over a period of years. Here, then, is what makes the perfect i.c. trainer
Trevor Wood and Tim Simmonds’ rendition of the famous fighter-bomber is a model with the ability to take your breath away
Our regular photographic window on the world of R/C
Alex Whittaker grabs a bust or two and indulges in a little plastic surgery
Martin Stonestreet guides us through first tentative steps of rotary flight and into the hover
With his Tricopter ready for flight, Nigel Hawes takes programming advice then gives it some stick
WIZARD OF OZ
Balloons, bladders and atmospheric pressure – Brian Winch talks tanks
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