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The joy of RC flying should be passed on to the next generation.

I remember when I was a little boy my dad and I loved watching TV. One of the shows is loosely based on the actual World War II Marine Corps fighter squadron VMF-214.

I was young at the time, and it wasn't the storyline that attracted me, but the specific plane they flew and fought; the fabled F4U pirate ship. Something indefinable just captured my young heart. The majestic giant-nosed gull-wing aircraft gracefully dances over the Pacific Ocean, specially packaged with deadly gifts for the enemy.

Of course, it wasn't until I was an adult that I could fully appreciate and appreciate the sacrifices made by so many brave men and women and the brutality of war, but only then did I know that I loved airplanes.

Most boys my age love trains, planes, and cars. I'm certainly no exception, but nothing fascinates me more than the magic of flight. I just can't get my eyes and my heart out of the sky.

Control line gas planes were all the rage at the time. I still remember my neighbor friend getting one for Christmas. To this day, I can still smell that unique and nostalgic scent. After a while, I saw a nice photo of a remote-controlled glider. I was stunned. Soaring through the clouds in a sleek, aerodynamic plane with huge wings without an engine is just...amazing.

RC flying and aviation are one of the main hobbies in my life and it has not only provided me with countless hours of joy and joy but also brought me friendships that will last a lifetime.

The satisfaction of seeing a child's face glow when they first fly their model airplane is hard to contain. No video game can replace the joy of controlling a plane. Once the learning curve is mastered, the inherent nature of the hobby is hard to surpass.

Maybe you know a child or young person who has shown an interest in flying or airplanes? I bet there are plenty of kids out there who have "mystery ships" in their minds just waiting for a gentle nudge from someone who can teach them to fly their dreams.

You never know, you might just be the catalyst that opens the door to a lifelong passion filled with countless hours of friendship, fun, laughter, learning, and a never-ending love of flying.


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