A restrained cylindrical shell with an arbitrary cross-sectional contour of the high-aspect-ratio wing type is discussed. The shell is made from a laminated composite material and is subject to force and temperature effects. The individual layers of the shell may be piezoceramic and deform under the action of electric fields. Equations that can be used to solve static and dynamic problems for such adaptive structures (to regulate their deformed shapes and elastodynamic characteristics) are derived using the Vlasov and finite-strip methods. Solution is illustrated with a specific calculation.