WW1 Gotha Bomber | Flite Fest 2016



Check out the Forum Thread to learn more: http://forum.flitetest.com/showthread.php?26675-Baby-Baron-Gotha-Gaggle-for-Flite-Fest-2016!

Special thanks to Chris Roncaglione for the air to air footage! Check out Chris and the FT After Hours Podcast http://flitetest.com/podcasts#/types=podcasts

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  1. John S. Reply

    YOU PHUKKKKING BISHASS LITTLE NOTSEE BISHES!! DEUTSCHERZZ EAT WHOWHUTTTT YOU DONT AND SHOULDN'T EVER BE ALLOWED TO EAT: 1. KALE, KING OF THE GREENZ!!!∆∆∆vvv10. 2. SAUERKRAUT WHICH IS BETTER THAN ANY OF YOU, KOMBINED, NO QUESTIONS OR RESPONSES NECESSARY!!!! PHUKKKKING PHUKKK YOU ALL, BITCHES

  2. Harvey Bagley Reply

    its thinga like the ww2 gogglws that put youngsters off the hobby

  3. welshpete12 Reply

    What I think is remarkable and something no one has commented on. Is the fact with all this model planes in the air there is no frequency clashes , it says a lot for 2.4 Ghz RC system .

  4. n0ukf Reply

    What were the baby baron & baby brit based on? I don't see them yet in the store even as just plans

  5. Jayden Comer Reply

    ima currently making mt own gotha bomber only mine is out of paper and glue but craft paper

  6. Emi C Reply

    Does anyone know where to get the mini RC mustangs

  7. Lil Eh EE Reply

    Middle Forces and Allied Forces. Not Axis Powers and Allied Powers. The Great War, not World War II.

  8. Food 2411 Reply

    I'm confused how did the planes get shot down?

  9. darsW Reply

    Looks like bunch of paper air planes

  10. Bill Sickinger Reply

    just to be a party pooper but in ww1 it was the central powers not axis.

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