Aeroplane Monthly 1980-06
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B.Gunston - North American F-100 Super Sabre /Fighters of the fifties/ (24)
YF-100A-NA, 52-5754 which first flew on the 25th May 1953
F-100F-20-NA, 58-1213 of the 352nd TFS, USAF, Phu Cat, Vietnam, Feb 1971
F-100C 54-1966 was modified in production to become the two-seat TF-100C, forerunner of the F-100F combat trainer.
Civil F-100s currently operated by Flight Systems of Mojave, California.
F-100A 52-5759 displays the six wing pick-up points for underwing stores on this variant.
Tactical Air Command units of the U.S.A.F. are to get a new version of the North American F-100 Super Sabre, the F-100C. Capable of carrying atomic bombs at supersonic speeds, the new fighter has been assigned to the 450th Fighter Day Wing at Foster A.F.B., Texas. This photograph illustrates it with a selection of underwing bombs and napalm tanks.
YF-100 (сер. № 52-5754) после выполнения первого полета. Авиабаза Эдвардс, 25 мая 1953 г.
The first Hun, YF-100 52-5754, billows its brake ’chute on an early touchdown.
Another F-100A, 52-5760, demonstrates its climbing ability.
Самолет F-100A-1-NA (сер. № 52-5759) был доработан в прототип F-100C
F-100A 52-5759 later flew with the prototype “C” wing with eight pick-up points.
Civil F-100s currently operated by Flight Systems of Mojave, California.
Danish Air Force F-100F GT-019, seen at Upper Heyford on July 2, 1976.
F-100D-10-NA, 54-2165 of EC 2/11 'Vosges', Escadre de Chase, Armee de l'Air based at Toul-Rosieres 1972