Fast, long range and incredibly stable, the Strike Harrier is an excellent paper airplane for most any flight, whether it be indoors or outdoors. The Strike Harrier is a development of the sturdy, reliable Harrier, with stronger wing spars and more weight in the nose. This allows it to fly faster than the Harrier and the turn tighter as well. Due to their close relationship, the Harrier and Strike Harrier cannot be told apart if looked at from above; and in addition, the former can be converted into the latter easily. The Strike Harrier is a versatile airplane that can find uses in anybody's paper air force.

The simplicity and sturdiness inherent in this design enable easy construction, modification and operation indoors, such as by students in classrooms. Educators could easily use this versatile paper airplane to demonstrate:
  • Glide ratio
  • Hangtime versus other aircraft
  • Weight and balance
  • Flight dynamics
TAA USAF Designation: A106-3

Step 1: Materials

1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper

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