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RagWing Aeroplane Company

Roger with Wayne Wilsosn´s Piet Welcome to the RagWing Page, My name is Roger Mann and I own and operate RagWing Aircraft Designs. RagWing Aircraft Designs covers a wide range of services which started in 1987 after I received my honorable discharge from the Air Force where I worked as a crew chief on F-4D Phantom fighters. I got my FAA certified Airframe and Powerplant (A&P) certificate during my service and went to work using it when I discharged. Other services I offer other than Mech. work includes Ultralight Flight Instruction, Homebuilt Inspection, Technical counseling, Ultralight First Flight tests, Prototype design and construction, DAR signoffs and of course the selling of plans and kits to the homebuilder. I have been selling plans since 91' and many homebuilts of several types and styles have been built from plans that I have provided.

RagWing Aircraft is a company that provides plans for Home-built aircraft. In our plans, we make the effort to use simple construction techniques combined with the cost effectiveness of inexpensive materials that have been proven since the early days of flight combined with modern alloys, glues and plywoods to add improved strength and saftey. Building a Ragwing requires skills slightly higher than those skills required to build a radio controlled model, If you are confident in wood and light metal working, you should be able to complete one of our designs in a reasonable amount of time.


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