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- Feb 1, 2007
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- Narellan Vale, New South Wales,
I disagree, OME. Those diagrams confirm that their wing roots exit the fuselage closer to 90 degrees than other low-wing aircraft, which require complex filleting to minimise the resulting form drag....As for allowing the wing to join the fuselage to join the fuselage at 90 degree, neither the Corsaid not Stuka have their wings attached at 90 degrees. Look at the 3-views.