AMA Scale 14 Bis, 16 inch wingspan and 9.5 grams without rubber. Designed by Santos-Dumont in 1906 was the first engine-powered, heavier-than-air machine to fly in Europe.
  Some of my catapult gliders below, now, mostly distroyed from the high velosity launchs encountered. Glider on the lower right of picture weighs in at 1.49 grams and holds the current Cat. I Standard and Cat. I Unlimited Class Catapult records. The one to the lower left weighs 1.86 grams and were used to set the current Cat II Standard and Cat. II Unlimited records