The first radio-guided flying-bomb was tested on 12 September 1916. It was called the 'Hewitt-Sperry biplane' and was built by Curtiss. Powered by a 40 hp engine, it was capable of covering 50 miles (80 km) carrying a 308 lb (140 kg) bomb-load.

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North American At-6 Texan Scale Model CAD Plan

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This is a freeflight rubber plan I drew up about 20 years ago for the FAC newsletter. The model was built by many and flew well . I still have the original and it still flies .
Posted By: David Livesay on 15/04/2018 at 14:51:47

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