Members of 121 Nuneaton Squadron attended the Large Model Association Air Show at RAF Cosford on Saturday 20th July.
The models which were truly outstanding representations of the full sized aircraft were lined up for everyone so that they could see the fine attention to detail and the amount of work that had been put into every single model.
She knew this was The Large Model Association Show but Nuneaton based Air Cadet Breanne Richter never imagined that she would actually come across a model that was large enough to her to fly.
They were really impressive on the ground but when the flying started the models were even more exciting and at times looked and sounded like the real thing. Some of the flying was truly spectacular but if there were a prize for the best flying of the day the cadets all agreed that their vote would go to the father and son pair who flew the Red Arrows. With their tight formations and high speed crossovers, anyone would have mistaken them for the real thing.
One of the Red Arrows which put on an amazing demonstration of flying that was good enough to rival the real thing.
The Large Model Association Show was a real eye-opener into what can be achieved by enthusiastic aircraft modellers. Some of them have to be seen to be believed so if you're interested in modelling, have a look at our gallery of photographs from the Cosford Show. You could also visit the Large Model Association website for more information.
The outstanding model of Vulcan XH558, one of the stars of the Large Model Association Show.
She looked and sounded like the real thing.