The Ho-229 was a german experamental flying wing that was designed and built in the last years of WWII. The body was made of thin sheet metal and the wings were made of wood. It was powered by two Junkers Jumo 004 jet engines, and out-matched the other german jet at that time(the Me-262) and was capable of 1000KMH. It saw only little combat before the americans captured the airbase that the project was stationed at. This example is a Ho-229 V3. The only surviving airframe of an HO-229 is under restoration to airworthyness at the Smithsonian. Tips: take-off with about 50% throttle, as full tends to push it on to the ground. Land with little or no throttle, and do not pull high G acrobatics or turns below 300 knots.
Credit to whoever made the landing gear.