Boeing 306B (oz15084)

 

Boeing 306B (oz15084) by Pres Bruning 2005 - plan thumbnail

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Boeing 306B. Free flight scale model pusher, for rubber power. Wingspan 22 in.

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Boeing 306B (oz15084) by Pres Bruning 2005 - model pic

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Hi Mary and Steve, in this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=teCvoQMucg8 is a really great video and description of a 36” WS version of Pres Bruning’s Boeing 306-B flying wing fighter. The model was built by Flying Aces Club member Dallas Cornelius who passed away October 2021. I saw Dallas fly this model and was mesmerized by the quality of workmanship of the model, only to be blown away by the way that it flew. The video will prove the viability of this design, although Boeing never went forward with it and verifies Pres Bruning’s extraordinary design skills.
Thanks for all that both of you do, and the joy your website provides. Best to you both,
rocketpilot - 01/02/2024
Got it, thanks. Have grabbed a still from that video, to use as a model pic here on this page, for now. That video is from the Tom Hallman (maxfliart) channel which is just excellent, has some really beautiful models in flight - recommend everyone visit there: https://www.youtube.com/@maxfliart and explore the videos available.
SteveWMD - 01/02/2024
Mike Isermann built and flew a peanut scale version of this design - video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKeHwvGKiVA&t=136s. The story he passed on to me was that he and several others conspired to build different sized models of the 306B for the Flying Aces Club Nationals a few years back. His was peanut scale, another was FAC scale (presumably Pres Bruning's plan here) and a third was Jumbo scale (presumably the model in Tom's video).
Mike Kelly - 02/02/2024
Added a couple of pics found online, thanks to Pit. These are from the http://www.ffscale.co.uk/ site and show a peanut scale model [pic 003] and a 22 inch span model [pic 004].
SteveWMD - 06/02/2024
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