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This plan is a 50% larger, scaled up, of Ken Willard's original Schoolgirl sport biplane designed for .020 to .049
glow engines. Originally designed in the mid 60s for escapement control of throttle, elevator, and rudder,
the design today, scaled up or not, would be great sport fun, easy building, for modern lightweight radio
control equipment and electric propulsion. The original 32" Schoolgirl was kitted by Top Flite and occasionally
a kit can be found at estate sales or on the web.
The Douglas SBD Dauntless was a World War II American naval scout plane and dive bomber that was manufactured by Douglas Aircraft from 1940 through 1944. The SBD ("Scout Bomber Douglas") was the United States Navy's main carrier-borne scout plane and dive bomber from mid-1940 through mid-1944. The SBD was also flown by the United States Marine Corps, both from land air bases and aircraft carriers. The SBD is best remembered as the bomber that delivered the fatal blows to the Japanese...
Bizzy Bee is a novel 1/2A sportster, 27" span, powered by a throttle TD 049 glow engine. The "novelty" is
that the designer, Albert Oda, linked the throttle to the elevator! The plane is small and admittedly
overpowered, so presumably, the plane flies in level flight at low to moderate throttle, then loops
when high throttle is commanded and simultaneously feeds in up elevator! In conjunction with
careful use of rudder, outrageous maneuvers should be possible! A suggestion...