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The Douglas TBD-1 Devastator was a US Navy carrier-based torpedo bomber first produced in the mid 1930s and operationally flown until the
early 1940s. For its time, the TBD-1 boasted an impressive number of 'firsts" first all-metal naval aircraft, first carrier monoplane, first with a totally enclosed cockpit for its three-person crew, and first to have hydraulic folding wing mechanisms. The plans presented, originally prepared by Ace Whitman and updated by Erik Johnson, are beautifully...
The FJ-3 Fury was North American's "navalised" version of their USAF F-86 Sabre Jet, a low-wing swept fighter designed for air-air
combat. Mods for the FJ-3 "navy version" included folding wing panels, an upgraded turbine propulsion plant, and other changes to handle the stresses of aircraft carriers' catapult launches and arrested landings. The model shown was designed by Joe Coles as a precision scale DynaJet powered control-line scale model, and flown by Joe to a US...
This model is a 1/8th scale (42" span) sport scale model of the Fokker D.VIII "Flying Razor" fighter that waged
aerial combat in the first World War. The design features a "parasol" mounted single wing
(monoplane) that doesn't require 'flying wires' for structural rigidity. Designed for .19 to
.23 CID glow motors, the design was first published in RC Sportsman magazine in the late
1970s. While construction of the model is straightforward, potential builder/fliers...