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a photo feature by Jessica Cooper
a build story by Paul Anderson
a build story by joe mccaslin
a walkaround by Darren Baker
a photo feature by Jessica Cooper
a build story by Filip
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a walkaround by Frederick Boucher
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Features

This is not an April Fools joke. The April contest is up and running.
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Our semi-regular "How To" series returns as new Aeroscaler Milan shows us how to use miniature magnets to make landing gear which can be displayed extended or retracted.
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The Aeroscale Editorial staff have been waiting for the opportunity to post this feature of an extraordinary model.
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Joe has decided to do this one all buttoned up, instead of his usual stripped down masterpieces he's so fond of.
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Darren Baker shares with us some images of the Messerschmitt BF109G-2/Trop on display at the RAF Museum at RAF Cosford.
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March has begun, and that means it's time for a new contest!
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Filip (xmald11) shares his amazing scratchbuilt Santos-Dumont Demoiselle.
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NC8407 is the Ford Tri-Motor restored and flown by the EAA.
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In autumn 1992, Guntersville, Alabama hosted the 1st Annual WWI Fly-In.
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Now it's time for the February contest.
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Danijel takes us back to the beginning days of Austrian aviation.
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Jean Barby has ent us photos of his beautifully built and finished quarter scale Fulmar.
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Breaking from his ship building exploits, Basilos Giehos takes flight and shares one of his latest creation with us. This time, Bill has created a 1/144 scale Bristol Beaufighter Mk.vi Night Fighter.
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The new year kicks off with a new contest!
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Joel offers another of his 1/48 RCAF subjects for our enjoyment. This time it's Tamiya's Mosquito FV. VI.
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Steve Boutte brings us photos of his beautifully finished Eduard 1:72 Albatros D.V.
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During the 1960s, a bit of black humour made the rounds in Germany: Q: What do you need to do to own your own Starfighter? A: Simply buy a piece of land and wait. Or you could do as Sebastian did and build your own instead; it's much easier on pilo
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Once again it's time to take a look back at all of our previous winners, and make the difficult choice of selecting the best of the best.
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Richard Tool brings as a comparison of two fighters from opposite sides of the Pacific that demonstrates the rapid progress in fighter technology in the early to mid 1930s.
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Christos has another of his large scale masterpieces for us this weekend.
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