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A long range, stealthy, uniquely-shaped little aircraft the Ghost is an interesting little paper airplane.This design is developed from the "Stealth". TAA USAF Designation: A14-1
Required: 1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper Tape Scissors Ruler Pencil
Begin by folding your paper in half along its length. Then pull the corner into the center. Repeat on the other side.
Pull the nose down along the bottom of the corner folds. Flip the paper over. Then pull the corners in again.
Fold your Ghost up in half along its center. Once you've done this, get your ruler and a pencil. Take the ruler and align its mark for 1.5 ...
Begin to form the "stealthy" shape of your Ghost by cutting from the 1.5 inch mark on the wingtip to the 3.5 inch mark on the trailing edge. ...
From about 3/4 (0.75) of an inch above the center of the paper, fold the wing down. The straight part of the trailing edge should meet the rear ...
Tape your Ghost at its fuselage's front and back, then on the underside where the different layers of paper converge.
To make the elevators that the Ghost frequently needs, do as follows. Fold your Ghost's wings down and go to the forward-swept part of your trailing edge. Make a ...
With or without elevators, the Ghost needs a throw that is not fast nor slow. A moderate toss is the type of launch this aircraft needs, or else ...
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