The Briegleb BG-12 is a single-seat sailplane of wooden construction developed in the United States in the 1950s. It was marketed for homebuilding in plans or kit form with over 350 sets of plans selling by 1978. The BG-12 is a conventional sailplane design with a high cantilever wing and a conventional empennage. Later models featured a highly-revised fuselage a swept-forward tail fin and an all flying tailplane with balance tabs.
Made by Sailplane Corporation of AmericaSailplane Corporation of America for Homebuilding.