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North American F-86F-2 Sabre.
Category. Statistic.
First flight on. 1949.
Retired on. Sill in use.
Major contractor(s).  North American Aviation.
Dose it use nukes or cruse missiles. No.
Fight ceiling.  49,750 ft (15,163 m).
Top speed. 693 mph (1,115 km/h)/Mach 0.91.
Range. 330 miles (531 km).
Crew. 1.
Nationality(s).  American.
Class. Fighter interceptor.
Rate of climb. 12,150 ft/min (61.7 m/s).
Links. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/North_American_F-86D_Sabre, http://www.pacificaviationmuseum.org/exhibits/aircrafts and http://www.militaryfactory.com/aircraft/detail.asp?aircraft_id=120.

It was based on North American Aviation's F-86 Sabre day fighter, the F-86D had only 25% construction commonality with other Sabre variants, with a larger fuselage, larger afterburner engine, and a distinctive nose radome.


A Wyoming Air National Guard F-86L in the late 1950s. A U.S. Air Force North American F-86L Sabre fighter from the 187th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, 153rd Fighter Interceptor Group, Wyoming Air National Guard. The 153rd FIG flew the F-86L from 1958 to 1960.

The fifth F-86D for the USAF in formation with two other early production aircraft in the 1950s. Three U.S. Air Force North American F-86D-1-NA Sabre fighters (s/n 50-460, 50-462, 50-463) in flight.

A West German Luftwaffe North American F-86K Sabre from Jagdgeschwader 74 (74th Fighter Wing) on the runway, probably at its home base at Neuburg an der Donau, Bavaria, Germany, in June 1965.



War Thunder - Chasing with a Sabre F-86F-2

War Thunder - Chasing with a Sabre F-86F-2.