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September Fest

Dean Copeland's Finished N9MB Northrop Flying Wing

 

Dean's Wing before first flight Top View Top Side View
Side View Front View Dean carrying his Wing

     Dean's Wing Flew successfully but later crashed due to motor/speed control problems that caused it to tear out one of the engines and disable some of the flight controls.

     Dean is now building two more flying wings and I will be posting pictures of them as he progresses with the build.  Dean has purchased larger speed controls and believes that he has solved the problem that led to the loss of his first Flying Wing.

     This flying wing is a master piece of engineering and design.  It is a very complex plane with all the features of the original airplanes control surfaces.

     It's great to see a new and different model but it is a long process and a lot of work to design and engineer a project such as this.  Hats off to Dean.