Since the plane flew well as a low-wing monoplane, I decided to add some ailerons to the top wing so I can fly it as a parasol wing type plane. It shouldn't require any trim or balance changes in that configuration either.
Last post by Paul Lange - January 16, 2020, 08:21:38 am
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If Rickenbacker would have had a good roll of duct tape on that raft (in his back pocket) he could have been the consummate MacGyver role model for for future do-gooders to idolize! Wait, he would still need a swiss army knife... Drat!
But, there are still some other possible raft scenarios to consider (with the addition of duct tape)... The seagull(s) could have; pulled them to land instead of providing dinner? Caught the crew additional seafood? Duct tape several seagulls together for extra gull pull power?