The ULF-1 is a model of a home built ultra-light glider that was designed by Dieter Reich of Germany. It first flew in 1977. It was designed for foot launch, auto tow, and ultra-light aero tow. At the time this plan was developed, 40 examples were known to exist. The model was designed by Paul Bradley to conform to the Flying Aces Club (FAC), 36” scale, Hi-Start rules. Model has a 36" span with 152 sq. in area.