War can never be of great use to the world. However, it has resulted in massive advances in aerodynamics and aerospace technology, which is driven by the military needs. Had it not been for demands of Second World War, we could be flying around in the airships that were just ahead of the fixed wing aircraft for the load capacity. Even if there is a full size airplane, a modeler will want to create it in small scale. This is has resulted in airplane miniature Warbirds.
The World Miniature Warbird Association controls the community of Warbirds. It defines warbirds that has created community of flying enthusiasts. This association defines warbirds and has a group of participants all across the whole world. If you love flying warbirds, then you are highly welcomed in WMWA. You will learn how hard is it to fly a warbird. To maintain a friendly environment, the rules of warbird are quite relaxed with no particulars about engines or size or scale as long as the model appears just like a warbird.
Contrary to original military purpose of war airplanes, friendship is name of game in World Miniature Warbirds Association. The members come together in spirit of comradeship instead of competition. The model airplane does enjoy the construction process. It replicates originals in painstaking details and taking pleasure in watching constructed model airplanes.
The major event for miniature warbird is known as fly-in. These types of events include various things such as intro pilot training programs, low-key contests, and guest speakers. It is very astonishing to witness museum-quality aircraft, decorated to the tilt.
The other important characteristic of WMWA is the network “wings” that specialize in certain types. This is a great benefit to the individual members as a Wing. This can put you in touch with the other members of have a specific interest. They pool their resources for exchange information, and research efforts that collaborate to produce accurate representation in their model.
If you are planning to fly or build a warbird, then WMWA is the right place to start. You should base your model on definition that is published by WMWA, to ensure your model airplane qualifies. It is possible to choose from any type such as bombers, helicopters, transport airplanes, fighters, or helicopters. You can base or scratch it on an existing plan or kit. Any particular method whether it is finished model airplane offers a great representation as defined by WMWA.