Smaller than a child's hand, the Tomahawk is a more advanced--yet simpler variant of the highly successful Scout paper airplane. It has landing skids and has flush spars, giving it better speed and survivability characteristics.
I designed this as a direct follow-on to remedy a few issues I saw facing the Scout over the long run. Although I did find the Scout as an effective <50 flight paper airplane, I found that it deformed by the time 60 flights had been made, so I designed a stronger airplane, which eventually became the Tomahawk.
TAA USAF Designation: D134-1
Step 2: Begin Construction
Then make the tailplane (2 by 5 boxes), counterweight (2 by 3 boxes) and spars (1 by 4 boxes) as shown. Proceed to then make the wings by marking out a high-aspect ratio wing (14 by 2 boxes). Follow the photograph markings. Once all is marked out, cut out the fuselage and wings.
Solid lines indicate places to cut. Dotted lines indicate fold lines.