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A fast, long range and compact paper airplane, I find the Thunderbolt a very useful aircraft in many roles. TAA USAF Designation: A72-1
Required: 1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch paper 1 Paper Clip Tape Optional: Pencil
Take your paper and fold it in half length-wise.
Take the right or left corner to the paper and fold it to the length of the opposite side. Then repeat with the inverse arrangement. Then pull the ...
From the outer sections of the cover fold, pull the paper up to the front. Then repeat this on the other side. Proceed to then pull the paper ...
Fold the small front triangle to the "clean" side. The open all but the little triangles on the other side so it appears almost as flat as it ...
From the blunt front tip, pull the paper forward and then flatten it. From here, pull the front half of the diamond down over itself.
First, fold the landing gear over itself as shown. Then, about 3/4 of an inch above the bottom of the fuselage, fold down the wing. Repeat on the ...
To tape your Thunderbolt, you must apply strips at the front and back of the fuselage and the canard-wing intersections. To finish your airplane, put a large paper ...
The Thunderbolt is a nose heavy airplane and flies like one. For long range flights in straight lines, this plane is supreme. For launches above 30 degrees pitch-up, ...
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