This is a technique for making paper airplanes that look like almost any aircraft in the world, and the best part is they actually fly. All you need is a piece of paper, a pair of scissors, a small piece of tape, and access to a printer if you want it to have a paint job.
Related Topic Tags
Keywords:how to make a b2 spirit paper airplane, paper b-2 spirit, best paper airplane in the world
Related Defense, Military & Aerospace Forum Discussions
- Royal Australian Navy Discussions and Updates
- Iraq war/unrest/fighting
- How truly capable is the United States Navy?
- Australian Army Discussions and Updates
- The Indonesian Army
- S.Korea, Indonesia to develop 4.5 gen. fighter aircraft F-33
- Royal New Zealand Navy Discussions and Updates
- Ukranian Crisis
- Indonesia: 'green water navy'
- Royal Australian Air Force [RAAF] News, Discussions and Updates
- Juan Carlos / Canberra Class LHD
- Royal New Zealand Air Force
- ESM device?
- Singapore Army Pictures - 2014 Onwards
- Royal Air Force [RAF] discussions and updates