RCM&E's April 2014 issue goes on sale 14 March. It's another bumper 132-page issue!
ON THE COVER
The outbreak of the first world war heralded a whole new era in aviation, one that forever changed our understanding of aerodynamics and the role of the aeroplane. In this month's What Goes Up Dave Burton pauses his journey through time to consider what happened between 1914 and 1918.
Chris Bott gets acquainted with the open-source radio system that offers unrivalled flexibility
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CRACK TURBO BEAVER
It’s a shockie Jim, but not as we know it! David Ashby flies a foamie that dares to be different
Andy Ellison chills with the latest, and possibly greatest thermal motor glider from Black Horse
The ultra micro quad with a few party tricks up its sleeve
O.S. GT 15
The new two-stroke petrol engine from the Japanese masters of quality
CLEAN SWEEP 36 (see pic)
Tim Hooper answers the call for a dinky version of his understandably popular sport aerobat and since we like you so much we’ve decided to give it away! Check out Tim's build blog and chat to other Sweep builders in the forum.
News of a the latest ARTF Wot-box, a Fossy fly-in, waterplanes on Windermere and lots more
A veritable cornucopia of new airframes grace this month’s shop window
Speak to our global model flying community in the UK’s best-selling R/C model aircraft magazine!
Our 2014 events diary is filling up fast. Keep abreast with our latest round-up
Cyril Carr treats us to the plans for his OV-10 Bronco, Dave Burton visits the Golden Age and the traditional build content just keeps on coming
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ON THE HOOF
Our ed laps up a weekend of sauerkraut and hobby show hurly-burly in pursuit of of trade secrets and shiny new products
…and well send you a Prolux heat sealing iron, absolutely FREE! (offer starts 14 March)
Written specifically to cater for the growing band of new-age enginistas, Steve Hargreaves scribbles our new beginners’ guide to glow engines
Ted Cooke’s PRU de Havilland Mosquito could well have you re-thinking your next build project!
Alex Whittaker examines emerging trends and technology at the BMFA’s 2014 Electric Indoor Masters
KNOW YOUR CYANO
With products to suit almost every material and application the Deluxe Roket range offers both versatility and innovation
WHAT GOES UP
Pausing his aerodynamics journey, Dave Burton considers what happened in the war years, 1914 to 1918
Andrew Gibbs’ new series will soon have you au fait with amps and clued-up on current
Andrew Gibbs faces the music
ON THE EDGE
Sheltering from the recent storms, Andy Ellison takes a literary break from a weather-enduced build-fest
Nigel Hawes takes time out from his pre-season prep’ to post another bumper leccy round-up
WIZARD OF OZ
Spitting props, spark plug history and leaky intakes – Brian Winch serves up another helping of glow-fuelled wisdom
Alex Whittaker trials a new soldering technique, unboxes a new radio and stumbles on a bit of glow exotica
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