An improved circular planform wing generally comprised of three different shaped wing sections which combine to form a peripherally circular planform body with a substantial central opening as determined by the wing sections interior trailing and leading edges. Twin vertical stabilizers, being parallel and substantially longitudinal in form, extend across the central opening about the longitudinal axis while being generally bisected by the common horizontal plane of the circular planform body. The vertical stabilizers are connected to the forward and aft sections of the circular planform body with a pusher propeller centrally positioned between the vertical stabilizers about the forward edge of the central opening. The propeller is connected forwardly to a power source which is connected to a cockpit and the forward areas of the circular planform body. Control surfaces are generally located about all interior and exterior trailing edges and can be further characterized as a low aspect ratio vehicle.
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