Boeing produced these biplanes in large numbers for the United States Navy and Army (as the P-12), with an open cockpit, static undercarriage and twin 7.62 mm machine guns.
"This was one of my most elaborate efforts, by adding distinguising details, such as rivet patterns on the fuselage, discernable flight instruments and flight controls in the cockpit ... and the "Felix" fighter squadron symbol. This fighter was a favorite in the 1930s of a Navy Captain (later, Admiral) I knew at Naval Air Station, San Diego." -Huntly
Paper airplane wingspan 7-15/16 inches.
This paper airplane kit contains construction sheets and assembly instructions.