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This plan is, as designed a rudder and throttle only semi-scale rendition of the XB-70 experimental bomber.
There is room, with modern systems to make this a four channel plane, and I wouldn't, recommend flying without elevator.
The wing is 1/4" sheet balsa of approximately 610 Sq inches.
No special construction techniques are involved, but given the canard delta configuration is would require intermediate piloting skills.
The Fairey Swordfish was a biplane torpedo bomber designed by the Fairey Aviation Company and used by the Fleet Air Arm of the Royal Navy during World War II. Initially operated primarily as a fleet attack aircraft, during its later years it was used as an anti-submarine and training craft. This 37" span model is a beautifully designed free flight scale model designed for small diesel motors in the .75 to 1.3 cc range. The plans are quite detailed and a nice design touch is having the wing...
Jon Davis designed and flew Groovy Tuna, a rubber-powered competitive "Wakefield" free flight, making the US Free Flight Team in 1973 and 1975. A member of the South West Aero Team (SWAT) in Albuquerque NM along with Jim Taylor and Buzz Averill, Jon and his teammates were a focused and competitive free flight team in the three outdoor FAI events - F1A (Nordic A2), F1B (Wakefield), and F1C (Power). Designed for the F1B rules of that era, Groovy Tuna is a classic free flight design...