It's still in test phase using the simulator provided by Kerbal Construction Time, because just adding a few science-devices and an antenna make the thing spin out of control, so more investigation will be needed. But it flies, and even can be landed, so congratulation to our engineer Bill Kerman for a wonderful job.
Note: I'm using Real Fuels for this.
During my first attempts I didn't realized that I had little fuel,
so the plane was running out of fuel just after taking off.
I had to remove everything from the cockpit and add the fuel by hand,
but then I forgot to add power so my plane was incapable of doing anything.
Finally, as you can see here, everything is fine now.
I had to add those little "things" below the wings so the wheels
are capable of touching the ground both at the same time now.
The wings and part of the tail are Wing Connectors Type B
with reduced size. The two Elevon 1 on the tail are also
of reduced size. All thanks to Tweak Scale.
It is not the most beautiful ship ever but it does the job.
Flying over the island runaway, a place I love to visit from time to time.
In this ship is very easy to turn thanks to the fact that it tends to go up.
I love that you can see the wings from the cockpit, here and in DCS too.
A few seconds before touch down.
Everything seems fine for now.
There are still some issues with the propellers during landing but it works.
Jebediah is happy, even if it's just a simulation test.
After a few more tests I hope to fly this for real,
and that would be the real challenge.