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February Site Supporter Special Offer
Posted: Admin @ February/01/2024 9:50am

Though the month of February 2024

RTL Fasteners Is offering RCSB Site Supporters 

40% Off all orders over $98.00 US.


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February Model Of The Month
Posted: Admin @ February/01/2024 9:13am


This month's winner of Model Of The Month is

Rick Cawley's GeeBee Model Z

This is an older thread but a good one of this beautiful model with amazing scale details that certainly
deserves this award from the sheer amount of tips and information in the thread!
 
Follow Rick through his build process and watch this model come alive.


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February Site Supporter Download
Posted: Admin @ February/01/2024 8:30am
This month's walk-around is a unique subject in that it was used for testing landing and taking off ships that would one day lead to aircraft carriers. This Sopwith Camel at the National Naval Aviation Museum was used for testing on the USS Texas. After the Armistice in WWI, the U.S. Navy obtained six Camels for experiments at Guantananmo Bay, Cuba, operating planes aboard ship using wooden platforms built over the forward turret guns of battleships. Battleship launched aircraft were normally flown ashore, but also were equipped with inflatable air bags underneath the wings to keep the aircraft afloat in the event of a water landing. 

This awesome walk-around was photographed and donated by member Tim_B. There are 33 high resolution images of this lovely aircraft.


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February Site News
Posted: Admin @ February/01/2024 7:48am
Greetings Fellow RCSB'ers,
 
Hope you all are having a great start of the year so far. Not a lot to cover this month, just a few things...

1. I wanted to take a moment and remind you that our vendors who advertise on this site have invested in our community so I hope when you get ready to make a hobby purchase you will consider them first. Simply, go to the RCSB Vendors menu item and see the wide selection of products available. Remember, they are helping to support what we are doing here so show them some appreciation and try to use them first.

2. If you are new to the site be sure and check out the great tutorial on the site's Tutorials page. Simply click on Tutorials on the site menu and start browsing. Also, if you would like to submit a tutorial, use Contact Us on the site menu and let me know what you would like to submit.

3. Did you know RCSB is on YouTube? Be sure and check out our page for some site tutorials and how-to videos. You can find our YouTube page at: https://www.youtube.com/user/rcsbvideos/

I hope you all have a great month. Don't forget to always take the opportunity to help someone new to the hobby and show them the SAFE way to do things.

Cheers,
Mike
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