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HD Helicopters Releases The HD 750 … Bigger Is Better!

HD Helicopters of Germany known for their premium HD500 helicopter will be releasing their latest model, a competition grade 750-size model that can swing up to 766mm main blades and 126mm tail blades. This new HD750 benefits from the same …

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Blade Micro Ah-64 Apache

The Boeing AH-64 Apache is a storied machine that was first introduced into service in 1986. Originally developed by Hughes to replace the venerable AH-1 Cobra, the Apache has done all that and more. The airframe has been modified into a wide array of variants and still serves the U.S. armed forces as well as many other NATO countries to this day.

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Hind: The Soviet Flying Tank

We’ve been on a bit of a scale model kick over the past few issues and while the lure and beauty of such machines might be lost on many of the younger generation, there are still a great many of us who hold specific models near and dear to us. Whatever the reason may be, these aircraft are special, for one reason or another.

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AMA In DC Fighting For Pilot’s Rights

Bob Brown and the gang at the AMA have been on Capitol Hill the past few days, educating legislators and gaining allies in our fight to keep restrictions on RC pilots as painless as possible. This is good news indeed. …

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