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The item from Pete Crevier (Air Mail, De- cember 2013) really hit home with me. I’ve been thinking the very same thoughts for the past year or so, but didn’t want to appear as a complainer. I’ve missed the articles and plans for the small, “fun” fliers. Flying space is a real limit to my modeling but I always have a couple of little “yard fliers” in work. I, too am an “old-timer” and have been building since the late ’40s and was in the same model club with Joe Wagn- er. I have been working in the aircraft in- dustry for 60 years and still keep my hand in.


Yours is the only model mag I read any longer, since the rest have become shills for the near/ready-to-fly R/C industry. Please consider Pete’s and my concerns when you plan new issues.


ART ECKLES Pickerington, OH


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