shoulder wing

shoulder wing

shoulder wing
A monoplane with a wing mounted near the top of the fuselage but not on the top (i.e., the wing is between the middle and the high position).
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FRONT DESIGN: Hand-stitched eyelet at sleeve seam in front and back for attaching shoulder wings (no wings)
There are new performance seats with prominent shoulder wings for close support during hard cornering and they feature 16-way adjustment, memory and heating functions while there's also a new threespoke steering wheel.
It started with all variations of classical fixed-wing designs (single and multiple engines, twin booms, shoulder wings, T-tails, V-tails and so forth), then through rotary-wings, swing-wings (although both the manned and unmanned versions have provided mixed results), gliders, to parafoils and blimps.