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|toddski uploaded a new wallpaper.|Title: United States Air ForceCategory:
This picture was taken from the ground using a 400mm lens in Oshkosh Wisconsin, home of the worlds greatest airshow.
|toddski uploaded a new wallpaper.|Title: Gee BeeCategory:
> Private PlanesDescription:
This radio controlled plane was hard to photograph because it was small and fast. Got it anyway!
|toddski uploaded a new wallpaper.|Title: P-51 Mustang - An Icon of the Past, Present, and FutureCategory:
Few aviation aficionados are unfamiliar with the power and glory of the majestic P-51 Mustang. Often credited as the aircraft responsible for the Allied victory in WWII’s European Theater, the Mustang remains a legendary aircraft of the aviation fleet. Its durable design and rich history continue ...
|toddski uploaded a new wallpaper.|Title: RC Coke PlaneCategory:
RC isn't a cola in this case, it's a radio controlled plane and Coke is the real thing. Learn more about radio controlled aircraft at rcflightline.com
|toddski uploaded a new wallpaper.|Title: North American B-25 MitchellCategory:
The North American B-25 Mitchell, a twin-engine bomber that became standard equipment for the Allied Air Forces in World War II, was perhaps the most versatile. This radio controlled version is realistic in almost every way. Learn more about RC aircraft at rcflightline.com
|toddski uploaded a new wallpaper.|Title: Radio Controlled B17 Flying FortressCategory:
The B-17, arguably World War II's most famous heavy bomber, first flew on July 28, 1935. This is a remote controlled plane. Learn more about RC aircraft at rcflightline.com
|toddski uploaded a new wallpaper.|Title: Flying the RainbowCategory:
This radio controlled aircraft is designed to fly intense aerobatics. Interested in learning more about remote control aircraft rcflightline.com is the place to do it.