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Radio Control (RC) flying has turned out to be a valuable part of my fight against Alzheimer's. This section is meant to give you an idea of the things I am doing and what I am doing it with.

Most recent addition - RC Wingers 2013 "Warbirds" Fly-In

RC Stories

RC Wingers 2013 "Warbirds" Fly-In
A day of fun in Mooresville, NC

I Wanna Be a D and a Half Pilot
The middle of a couple roads can be lots of fun

Managing My RC Time
It gets compressed when you know about the end

Radio Control Helicopters
Strengthening the connection between my eyes and hands

Programming a Throttle Lockout on the Spektrum DX6i
Enhanced Safety for Free

Replace the DX6i Throttle Cut Pushbutton with a Toggle Switch
Click you are safe, click you are hurt

What Is a RC Flying Field?
A designated, prepared site is crucial to safety and fun

Whirlybird Money Pit
Aborted “Brainerciser” plan


RC Reviews

Align T-Rex 450 Pro
A new beginning in helicopters but the right way this time

Chinook Optical Tachometer G2
Reading rotor head speed without risking yours

DJI Phantom Quadcopter
Lots of fun, lots of cool technology and a great camera platform

Precision Aerobatics Extra MX ARF
It’s big, fast, slow and stable as the proverbial rock throughout

Precision Aerobatics Addiction X
Cheating what used to be the laws of aerodynamics

Precision Aerobatics Ultimate AMR Biplane
Very fast, very slow and great handling everywhere between

Spektrum™ DX6i DSMX® 6-Channel Transmitter
Computer magic for RC flying

T-28 Trojan by ParkZone
A bit of scale, trainer and sport in one plane

VisionAire 3D “Foamy” RC Airplane
Easy-flying mayhem in the sky



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