RCM Trainer

 

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RCM Trainer  
by Joe Bridi
from RCMplans (ref:476)
January 1972 
58in span
Tags: IC R/C Cabin Trainer
all formers complete :)
got article :)


Submitted to Outerzone: 04/02/2014
Outerzone planID: oz5306 | Filesize: 586KB | Format: • PDFbitmap | Credit*: DaveStroble

   

About this Plan

RCM Trainer - AKA RCM Advanced Trainer - Radio control trainer model for .40 to .60 size engines.

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Update 12/07/2016: Added article thanks to davidterrell80. This is actually a chapter from the RCM-published Flight Training Course (FTC) (1st ed. 1972). The 'article' (chapter 9 in the FTC) is entitled 'RCM Advanced Trainer' and the 'Advanced' name is consistently used throughout. However, the plan is entitled 'RCM Trainer' which can cause confusion with RCM plan number 354, the 'RCM Trainer' by HL Stroup (see oz6537).

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User comments

Hello Steve, The RCM trainer by Joe Bridi was once published in Flug in 1973 (a German magazine, predecessor of FMT) but was renamed to Donjo. My father built it for me in 1994 as my second plane but sometimes life has different plans. It never flew and after more than 20 years still waits on its maiden which REALLY should happen once. I attach a picture of my Donjo in a quite eclectic colour scheme [more pics 003, 004]. Remind: it was build in the '90s and the covering scheme was chosen by a '90s teenager ;)
Dries - 22/04/2016
Here are a couple of photos of the RCM Advanced Trainer I maidened yesterday [more pics 006, 007].
Anon - 05/05/2017
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