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This mailing list serves as a discussion forum for fans of flying wings. Pretty much anything that pertains to this subject is welcome.
The title "Nurflügel" is the German word for what in English is called a Flying Wing. Since the German word translates literally as 'all-wing' or 'only
-wing', I include lifting bodies in this category as well. Since most of us Americans have trouble typing the 'ü' character, in this site I just use the English 'u' instead.
I have no plans to moderate this list. Remember, however, that this is a mailing list, not an advertising billboard. Blatantly commercial e-mail, spam,
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This page was last modified on 28 October, 2008.