After 3 or so years of construction, Phil finally flew his 1/6 scale Sopwith F1 Camel, built from a VK (Proctor) kit. That made for two maiden flights within two days for Phil. Surely a world record. The model is finished in the livery of Harry Cobby of 4 Sqdn, Australian Flying Corps. Cobby was the […]
Phil finally has a new sports plane. Hard to believe I know. Here is his new Hangar 9 ‘Twist 60’ ARF. This is a 3-D aerobat and Phil describes it as, ‘Not the easiest thing I’ve ever flown’.
Information from the club secretary: To all Members, Please note that the Annual General Meeting for LMMAC is scheduled to be held on Saturday June 22nd 2019. This will be at 53 Griffen Rd Teralba (club airfield) to start at 10:00 AM. A General Meeting will be held first and we will discuss the need for electric powered […]
LMMAC has gone back to the future and is setting aside a control-line flight area as part of the flying field. All budding and experienced control-line pilots are welcome to come and give it a try. No doubt many of us will be giving it a go! Here is a picture of the editor’s very first […]
President Andrew Bodie advises that Love Realty have kindly donated a supply of coreflute to the club. Members can take as much as they need for their next build project.
Being the accident prone father of two that I am, I am more aware than most of the importance of having a First Aid Kit within easy reach at all times. We had discussed the inclusion of a First Aid Kit at the field in the past and decided that, whilst too difficult to keep […]
I have now put all of my flying lessons for Bronze Wings students onto the site. These lessons should form a good basis for any model pilot wanting to learn the skills required to be able to pass the bronze wings test. I should be noted however that these lessons are intended as a framework […]