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Old January 11th 04, 02:39 PM
James Dandy
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Default Why a Swept-Wing?

Pardon my ignorance on all matters concerning modern aviation but just
why the hell would you want to sweep a wing forward?

Doesn't that make any aircraft unstable? If so, why would any pilot
feel safe in it?

Has anyone ever made one work?

James Dandy
 




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