A correspondent asks "Looking through my "complete aircraft of WWII" I noted that a very large percentage of planes were described as being of all-metal construction "except for the control surfaces" which are "fabric covered." Why did control surfaces continue to be "fabric covered" for years after everything else was metal skinned?"
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