Tom Sanders demonstrates how to build one of his own designs of a basic launch glider. This is the basic version of the glider used in the 2015 Science Olympiad Middle School Challenge.

Originally featured in the March 2015 issue of Model Aviation magazine, Laddie Mikulasko details how to build the Curtiss CW-24B. This is a scale of one of the U.S. Army's one-of-a-kind fighter aircraft.

Olivier C. provides step-by-step instructions on how he built his internet famous, Star Wars inspired quadcopters on his blog. And you can build one, too!

Do you need some tips on making your Wright Stuff Free-Flight Model soar in the 2015 Science Olympiad High School Challenge? We're here to show you how with our assembly, weighing and motor tips and tricks.

Do you need some tips on making your catapult-glider soar in the 2015 Science Olympiad? We're here to show you how with wing and fuselage modifications!

DOWNLOAD our instructions to build your own wind tube! Wind tubes are a fun tool to help participants explore the movement of air, providing an opportunity to improve flight performance on a small scale.

DOWNLOAD our instructions on how to hold your own Jetstream pylon races using everyday materials.

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There was no national competition held in 1942 to 1945 due to World War II. The first post-war Nats held in 1946 was referred to as the Victory Nats.