The Cover Richard Martins new Great planes arf of the Waco YMF-5D. It has a 72 inch wing span with a Dle-30 gas engine. Using Dual a-123 batteys,Smart fly supper regulator and ignition cutoff.

The Cover Richard Martins new Great planes arf of the Waco YMF-5D. It has a 72 inch wing span with a Dle-30 gas engine. Using Dual a-123 batteys,Smart fly supper regulator and ignition cutoff.

The Cover Travel Air Model R "Mystery Ship"
Travel Air Manufacturing Company (1929) E. Central Ave., Wichita, KS.

The Cover Blue Angels photo taken at the 100th anniversary of Navy Flight in San Diego a couple of months ago.

The Cover Richard and Jesse Martin converted this 40 size trainer into a Tri Motor. It has two 15 size Magnums on the wing and one 25 size Magnum in the nose. The Plane and motors are all from club and combat raffles.

The Cover 2011 Las Vegas Fun Fly Jason Bell, Avant Team member going over his Heli for a day of fun in Vegas. Jason is a member of the Palomar RC Flyer’s and can be found at the field most weekends (Photo courtesy of RC HELI) 

The Cover This is a Super Decathlon built by Varley Longson from a Dynaflite kit.  He built it as a tow plane for gliders.  It has an 89 in. wingspan and weighs 16 lbs. 9 oz.  It is powered by a DLE-30 gas engine.   (Photo courtesy of Clay Hoag)

The Cover Jesse & Richard Martin have a new Fokker DR-I  (triplane)  WW I German fighter aircraft from Nitroplanes with a Saito 100 engine.  It saw widespread service and became renowned as the aircraft in which Manfred von Richthofen gained his last 20 victories, and in which he was killed on 21 April 1918.  (Photo by: Ethel Burke

The Cover Frank Burke‟s B-25 Mitchell Bomber  This is an older Royal kit done up in Doolittle's Raiders scheme with noseart from the restored Pacific Prowler. It has two OS-55AX two-stroke glow engines inverted with on-board glow. Wing span is 71 in. and uses Rhom air retracts. It weighed in at 12.2 lbs. with a wing loading of 37.24 oz.

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