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Chapter 1: An Overview of R/C Soaring
The typical sailplane has a very shallow glide angle and is difficult to precisely land. Spoilers (and flaps) let .... 1.5.1 Radio Channels and Frequencies ...
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Chapter 9: Beginner Sailplanes
The TG-3 produced by Dave's Aircraft Works started a revolution in sailplane training as the first foamie thermal trainer. Until 1997, EPP foamies were ...
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R/C Soaring Links
R/C Soaring Links. These links will open in a separate web page viewer. Jan 2004 - I made an effort to clean up the dead links. ...
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MoneySmith Accounting System
Jul 20, 2006 ... MoneySmith Classic is an award winning double entry accounting system for home and small business use.
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MoneySmith Accounting System
Jul 20, 2006 ... We are now offering Money Smith Classic at a discounted price of $24.95. ... Copyright © 2004-2006 Bradley J Smith, All Rights Reserved ...
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R/C Soaring Pictures
This page written and maintained by Brad Smith, Money Smith Systems Inc, a R/C soaring nut! This page brought to you by the good graces of Money Smith ...
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A Beginners Guide to R/C Soaring
2.2.1 The Academy of Model Aeronautics · 2.2.2 The RC Soaring Exchange · 2.2.3 Local Clubs · 2.2.4 Hobby Shops · 2.3 Choosing a Plane ...
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Chapter 2: Getting Started
The RC Soaring Exchange (RCSE) is the largest RC soaring news group on the internet. RCSE is actually an electronic mail exchange that allows you to ...
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A Beginners Guide to R/C Soaring
2.2.1 The Academy of Model Aeronautics · 2.2.2 The RC Soaring Exchange · 2.2.3 Local Clubs · 2.2.4 Hobby Shops · 2.3 Choosing a Plane ...
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Chapter 4: Learning to Fly
A sequence of stalls like this is called horseying or porpoising (slang). ..... A series of stalls, one after another, is called porpoising. ...
 
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