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A fast, long range dart--the Lightning is a paper airplane that would make a great addition to anyone's air force. TAA USAF Designation: F198-1
Required: 1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper Tape Optional: Pencil
To begin making your Lightning, fold the paper into fourths. Do this by folding the paper in half along its length, then its width. Then open it along ...
Start this step by folding the paper down so that at the edges it come down to the edge's center and the width half fold. Then fold the ...
From its previous alignment, fold down the swept tip of the paper along the preexisting width half fold. When this is done, flip the paper over and pull ...
First of all, begin this step by flipping the paper over so the diamond-shaped folded paper section is on type. Then pull the paper open and flatten it ...
First, fold the paper up in half along its center. Then from one inch above the bottom of the fuselage, fold down the wings. Once both wings are folded, fold ...
To finish your Lightning, tape the fuselage together at its front and back. Then once these two places are taped, tape the flaps on the side of the fuselage ...
The Lightning is a more advanced paper airplane, and is less forgiving in flight as a result. The closest handling flier is the Super Hammerhead. Enjoy!
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