The Slepcev Storch is a two seat tandem, Short Take-Off and Landing, (STOL), aircraft with some amazing capabilities.
The original "Storch", (German for stork), was designed in 1936,
Germany, by Dr. Gerhard Fieseler, and played an important role for the
Luftwaffe in the Second World War as a reconnaissance utility and
personnel carrying aircraft.
The Slepcev Storch is the design of Nestor Slepcev, Cenej Novi Sad,
Serbia, and is a 3/4 scale version of the original. Modified in areas
for simplicity, the Slepcev Storch had dual controls and two seats
keeping the weight down to a minimum, yet keeping the aircraft
structurally still very strong, (+6 -3), the Slepcev Storch is very
original in both appearance and performance. The aircraft will fly at
22mph at full flap and 30% of power. Take off run into a 16mph wind is
vertical with no forward roll.