Introduction: Remote Control F-117A Stealth Bomber

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I made this f-117A stealth bomber because I wanted a cool looking jet glider and I had some extra electronics laying around so I threw this together and i have had lots of fun with it. I made it with dollar tree foam, packing tape and hot glue.


  • wing span:44"
  • length:46"
  • high:8"
  • the longest flight was about 150' just throwing it

Step 1:

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  1. first you need to glue and tape the three peaces of dollar tree foam together
  2. next you need to draw a line down the center
  3. then you need to measure 14 inches down from the top
  4. from the 14 inch mark you need to draw a line down to the far corners
  5. then draw a line five inches from the bottom of the boards that is parallel to the bottom that is 10 inches long
  6. then take a ruler and make two lines from the edges of the 10 inch line and draw a inch up
  7. connect the corner of the wings to the top of the inch marks
  8. from the center of the 10 inch line draw a line one inch down
  9. connect the sides of the line to the new inch mark

Step 2:

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  1. cut out your airplane
  2. take the scraps from under the wings and cut it in half

Step 3:

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  1. take the peaces and cut and place so they fit nicely glue that down


rebregn (author)2014-08-09

I would like to point out that the only recognized stealth bomber is the Northrop Grumman b-2 .

abdul_champ (author)2014-07-26

How is this remote controlled in any way ?

GUSTAVO GOMEZ (author)2014-07-20


johnstat000 (author)2014-07-18

Some words of advice- stealth black and avoid the trees!

Trask b (author)2014-07-16

I put part of the plans but I am still working on the rest

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