In 1938 the Hortens set up a facility at Berlin's Tempelhof
Airport, where they constructed the Ho III sailplane. This was in effect a scaled-up Ho II, and was fitted with a retractable tandem-wheel undercarriage. Four Ho Ills were built, one of which was fitted with an engine, the propeller blades folding in flight to reduce drag.
|A three-view drawing (800 x 310)|
any plans out there or any ideas how to do this? This from and old ultralight pilot.B-safe
|Ta-183 Huckebein, 16.05.2010|
It would have made an awesome combat glider during WWII
Yes, there are prone flying position controls drawings.
They show up when doing an in depth internet search on
is the any place were plans for any of the Horten aircraft would be? I am interested in the controls of the prone flying position. Let me know, any body. Thanx,
this would be a great way to fly todays flying wing aircraft( U-2, B-10, etc.) any plans out there or any ideas how to do this? This from and old ultralight pilot.B-safe
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