TAA USAF Designation: TF7-1
Step 1: Materials
1 Piece of 8.5 by 11 inch Paper
Scissors (additional control surfaces/advanced models)
Step 2: Length And Leading Edge Folding
Step 3: Tucking The Paper And Nose Folding
Step 4: Wing Folding
Step 5: Winglet Folding And Taping
Unfold the two wings. Then use your ruler and pencil to find and mark 1 inch in from the wingtips in on each side. Then pull the wingtips inward and align their trailing edges with those of the wing. Then make creases at the marks. Once both winglets are folded, unfold them and flip the airframe over. Tape your Eaglet at its front, back and across its wing root near the trailing edge.
Step 6: Flight
Like most trainers, the Eaglet is a simple airplane with simple requirements. For a routine, slow training flight a moderate throw is necessary (though this can change if additional surfaces have been applied). For a fast flight, a quick throw is required. Additional surfaces that can be applied to this airplane include flaps, slats, elevators, ailerons, elevons, airbrakes, and rudders. Enjoy!