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Kevin Crozier  |  Aug 10, 2021  |  0 comments
Coming soon in RCM&E is a review of this neat 750mm wingspan EDF jet modelled on the USAF training aircraft. Powered by a 12-blade 64mm fan unit, the Hawk has fixed gear for operation from typical club grass strips and suits 4S Lipos (2600mAh recommended). It is supplied with five 9g digital servos.
Kevin Crozier  |  Jul 09, 2021  |  0 comments
It's been a while since we lasted posted a video, so we are going to try have a concerted effort to post some short films on a more regular basis. Nothing fancy, just showing what we've been up to.
RCME Staff  |  Nov 02, 2017  |  0 comments
Tony Nijhuis' Harrier build has been eagerly watched by many, intrigued by his patience and dedication. Watch his 10th version make fully transitional flight HERE and read about it in the December 2017 issue of RCM&E, in shops 24th November 2017. . .
RCM&E  |  Dec 11, 2014  |  0 comments
This is where you'll find the latest clips made by us in our travels or by RCM&E contributors. Videos that support magazine feature articles, review models, shows, events and so on. They're not pro' quality but hopefully provide a good idea of the intended subject. You can visit RCM&E's YouTube Channelto see all the videos we've added over the years.
David Ashby  |  Dec 19, 2013  |  0 comments
Welcome to RCM&E video. This is where you'll find the latest clips made by us in our travels or by RCM&E contributors. Videos that support magazine feature articles, review models, shows, events and so on. You can visit RCM&E's YouTube Channelto see all the videos we've added.
David Ashby  |  Feb 06, 2013  |  0 comments
We've just added a new video. Nuremburg 2013 preview - walk-round footage from the large German annual trade expo that's just ended. Look out for RCM&E's full photo report in the April 2013 issue where we'll reveal all that's new and heading your way this year. .
David Burton  |  Dec 20, 2010  |  0 comments
In my January 2011 issue article I've been looking at 'lift' and the factors that can influence this important trait. Like last month I've selected some videos to accompany the article and which will, I hope, help to improve understanding. Right, let's get started! One more visit to the classroom! This is the classic experiment for any of you who doubt the power of atmospheric pressure alone to lift a 747. This little video is for fun.
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