TAA USAF Designation: F227-1
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Step 2: Fourth Folding
Step 3: Leading Edge and Security Folding
Fold your paper back up in half along its length. Then pull the paper down so the crease stretches from the front to the center length crease and to the center width fold. Once you've done this one both sides, open and then layer the two sheets. Once this is done pull the tip of the nose backwards, until it reaches the center width fold. When this is completed, tuck the sharp overhang under the airfoil folds as shown. This will make the security fold.
Step 4: Excess Folding and Cutting
Step 5: Wing Folding and Taping
Step 6: Flight
Like other small interceptor paper airplanes, flight is very simple for the Stratoceptor. A moderately fast throw at an angle of between 20 degrees negative or positive attitude delivers the fastest flights with the best range. Enjoy!