The Stratowarrior is a development of the Thunderwarrior paper airplane, with which it maintains a great deal of commonality. Due in part to sharing much of its design with the Thunderwarrior, the Stratowarrior is a tame, stable airplane that should perform well, even at the hands of inexperienced origami aviators. While the aircraft is capable of flying very fast, its low wing loading enables excellent low speed handling, giving the Stratowarrior an even wider margin of operation, and thus, still more forgiveness in handling. Owing to this, prototyping and flight testing were initiated and completed in the three days prior to its publication.
TAA USAF Designation: A192-1
Step 1: Materials
2 Pieces of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Step 2: Length and Corner Folding on the Front Airframe
Step 3: Nose Folding and Wing Folding Preparation
Step 4: Width and Corner Folding on the Back Airframe
Step 5: Merging and Taping the Two Airframes; Ventral Winglet Folding
Step 6: Wing and Dorsal Winglet Folding; Taping
Fold the wings up and from the underside, measure 1 inch from the wing root along the trailing edge and make a mark. Measure a further 0.75 inches from this mark and make another. From each of these, measure 0.375 inches forward, perpendicular to the trailing edge.
Apply tape where designated to complete your Stratowarrior.