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F-100D Super Sabre Airplane Model

One of your favorite miniature planes!


The North American F-100 Super Sabre, affectionately known as “The Hun”, was a jetfighter aircraft that served with the United States Air Force (USAF) from 1954 to 1971 and with the Air National Guard (ANG) until 1979. The F-100 is one of those classics that rely on sheer power and good looks. F-100 Super Sabre first flew on May 25, 1953.

The F-100D model of the Super Sabre was a single-seat fighter-bomber with more advanced avionics, a larger wing and tail fin, and landing flaps. The F-100D first flew on January 24, 1956, piloted by Dan Darnell. Late production models of the F-100D had the capability of being launched from remote areas in the manner of manned missiles. An F-100D Super Sabre became the first supersonic aircraft to be "boosted" airborne without use of a runway in successful Zero Length Launch (ZEL) tests at Edwards Air Force Base, California, in 1958. The F-100D Super Sabre featured many additional capabilities needed by the USAF, including a flapped wing, provisions for internal Electronic Counter-Measures (ECM) equipment and introduction of a Low-Altitude Bombing System (LABS).

A total of 1,274 F-100D Super Sabre were built. One of these aircraft is preserved at the Carolinas Aviation Museum.

Dimensions: 12.5"L x 16"W x 6"H
F 100D Super Sabre Airplane Model
F 100D Super Sabre Airplane Model

F-100D Super Sabre Airplane Model

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