F-102A with the later Case XX wing. Note that the leading edge camber extends all the way to the traing edge.
Not visible is the elevon's outer end, which is angled outward, giving the elevon a longer span at the
trailing edge than it has at the leading edge. The Case X wing tip has an upturn and the camber ceases at
the last foot of the leading edge, and the outer end of the elevon is parallel to the line of flight.

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