March 2006 Issue
Whooshes Come True
The ViperJet II promises big speed with docile handling.
Sure, you could work through the physics of the thing. Spend your days in a Barnaby-like repose calculating the maximum coefficient of lift of the ViperJet's NACA 65-215 airfoil to verify that, yes, this airplane could climb like a lemur scrabbling after a fresh insect.
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