Like would for example the P-47 most likely have symmetric, normal or inverted airfoil as horz. tail?
Is my analysis correct?:
It has a CG at 25-32% MAC according to manual. Since AC on wings is usually located around 25% MAC it safe to assume the CG is aft of AC. Since the setup is that way, it would be normal to have horizontal tail producing positive lift.
Also; did typical WWII planes have inverted airfoils as horizontal stabilizers?
What about general aviation planes today?