|Free Flight Web Ring (11 Sites, 1203 Hits) 01/27/1998 system2
The essence of free-flight is that the aircraft have no need for any form of external control. Aircraft of this type have been flown for over two centuries. They are designed to be inherently stable in flight; if disturbed by a gust of wind or a thermal up-current they will return automatically to stable flight. For this reason most free flight aircraft are not replicas of man-carrying ones, for they are designed for a quite different purpose. Their stability is achieved by a combination of design and trim, - the relationship between centre of gravity, wing and tailplane incidence and rudder setting.
|*** Radio Controlled Airplanes (10 Sites, 578 Hits) 10/17/1998 jliilj
RADIO CONTROLLED AIRPLANES: Focusing primarily on Radio Controlled (RC) Airplanes, this webring includes additional information on all types of model airplanes and as well as aviation in general.
|AIRCRAFT FLYING FUN FOR EVERYONE FROM AGES 9to90 (1 Sites, 43 Hits) 08/18/2001 madwebtvscientist
"MODEL AVIATION" magazine, "Newcomers Issue," recommends the "ULTIMATE FRUGAL FLYER" as the best primary flight trainer for Control-line flying. This site also points out that the "ULTIMATE FRUGAL FLYER" works very well as an advanced aerobatics trainer. Also revealed is the fact that the "real mission" of the "ULTIMATE FRUGAL FLYER" is to aid and abet the introduction of advanced (suppressed) science concepts--please check out the links for lots of really FUN stuff!!! A photo copy of the MODEL AVIATION magazine statement can be made available upon email request. Because of the way the obviously useful UFF airplane has been suppressed along with other revolutionary technology on linked sites, a copy of the original complimentry remarks made by an "AMA Hall of Fame" member in MODEL AVIATION magazine might be lots of fun to share with other modelers to show just
|Control Line Airplanes - Original (1 Sites, 51 Hits) 12/31/1996 adoptable
This will, hopefully, soon again be THE ring for C/L fliers!
Originally formed in 1996 it became a ring with over 300 members. We re-activated on 7 Feb 2002 - with just one survivor - and in 28 Nov 2010 was taken over!
Come join/re-join the fun! Open to ALL controlline fliers, suppliers and enthusiasts.
|Free Flight Hand Launched Gliders (1 Sites, 77 Hits) 03/21/2002 f4bscale
This WebRing is specifically for websites with Free Flight Hand Launched Glider information.
Joining together to spread the wonder of Hand Launched Gliders worldwide.