RC Flying Goes To The Extreme With Champion 3D Aerobatic Pilot and F-16 Mechanic On "Beyond The Flightline" Podcast

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  • Kansas City, MO-KS (1888PressRelease) October 11, 2013 - RCFlightline, the online home of high-flying fun with radio-controlled aircraft, has just released their most recent edition of their popular "Beyond The Flightline" podcast magazine dedicated to family and flight. In this edition featured interviews, host Todd Carrison goes to the extreme with two experts who have made a career out of pushing aircrafts to the edge of possibility: F-16 and Boeing 737 aircraft mechanic Kenny McKibben and 3-time "King 50" Extreme Aerobatic 3D Champion Joe Smith.

    Radio Controlled Aircraft Versus Full Scale - A Comparison With Mechanic Kenny McKibben

    Starting at the age of 18, when he became a crew chief in the USAF on a General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon on up through his career as an aircraft mechanic for the likes of Boeing and Cessna, Kenny McKibben has unparalleled knowledge of full-scale aircraft. In his interview with Todd Carrison, McKibben puts his knowledge to work, comparing the similarities and differences between full-scale aircraft and RC models - and the importance of properly maintaining both.

    The King of 3D - Extreme Aerobatic 3D Pilot Reaches Record-Breaking Status

    "When you think of flying planes low, this is the person you want to think of," explains Todd Carrison at the top of his exciting interview with extreme aerobatic 3D pilot Joe Smith. As the first and only pilot to win the aerobatic contest "King 50" three years in a row, there is likely no one better than Smith to discuss the excitement and skill it takes to fly fast and fly low as an extreme aerobatic RC flier. In his exclusive discussion with Carrison, Smith explains what it takes to keep improving his skills and stay at the top of his game. He also discusses the motivation and creativity behind one of his biggest history-making achievements: creating a plane reflection flying his aerobatic routine over water at night.

    To see Joe in action at a recent 3D aerobatic flying event in Arkansas, listeners are also encouraged to visit the video section of RCflightline.com.

    Also On The October Episode Of "Beyond The Flightline"

    "Mr. Buddy Box" Steve Swaggerty talks RC swap meet finds and how to make the most of them and how to match parts to models.
    In his monthly "Flight Forces" segment, Steve Lewis quickly clears up the common mistakes RC pilots make during take-off (including the often confusing Vx and Vy limits).
    In the new "Grace At Home" segment, Senior Pastor Tim Howey and Grace ( @ ) Home Director Kathy Schlotzhauer explain the importance of behavior modeling to encourage a child's sustainable spiritual growth dot
    In "Walk The Way", Pastor Jeff Klein shares an anecdotal story about the importance of partnering and supporting youth as they learn to walk the world on their own.
    "Beyond The Flightline" - Bringing RC Aircraft News, Product Releases and Innovations To Life

    Each "Beyond The Flightline" podcast features exclusive expert interviews, segments and entertaining tidbits centered on family fun and the radio controlled aircraft industry. From new and exciting product releases, upcoming events and interviews with aircraft industry leaders, "Beyond The Flightline" is dedicated to teaching interested listeners of any age about the joy and excitement of radio controlled aircraft - plus, each highly produced podcast is free to enjoy. Plus, the conversation doesn't always end when the episode it over; fans often continue the discussion on the RCFlightline.com podcast forum and via the company's Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/rcflightline) and Twitter ( ( @ ) RCFlightline) feed dot

    To Listen To This Month's "Beyond The Flightline" Podcast

    Listeners can stream this free podcast directly on RCFlightline.com and their RSS feed; download and listen to the audio on iTunes; subscribe and receive episodes automatically on the free Stitcher application for Apple, Android, Kindle or desktop; or, listen directly on RCFlightline's low-cost Android, Kindle and IOS app. Past episodes are also available to stream/download.

    About RCFlightline:
    RCFlightline, a family centered company and the best online destination for high-flying fun with radio controlled aircraft, offers one of the most exhaustive portals on the web for anyone and everyone looking to turn their love of aviation into a thrilling hobby. Via their website and informational podcasts, RCFlightline connects its members with the people, places and things to make them an instant part of the fastest-growing, most popular indoor/outdoor hobbies on earth. Membership to the website is free and every member receives access to RCFlightline's podcasts, videos, tips on building, flying, maintenance and repair, events calendar, computer simulators and more.

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