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North American Super Sabre (N2011V)

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The Super Sabre flying in 2015 at Oshkosh.

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Dave Sheehy
Nice pic! Try SSAB for aircraft type. Thanks for posting.
Paul Wisgerhof
The F-100 was built by North American Aviation, not Fokker.
David Gorter
@Paul Wisgerhof: I believe it's Flight Aware which makes the 'translation' from F-100 to F100.
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Yeh....I typed in F-100

thanks
sam kuminecz
Dave, FA goes by the ICAO code
ROBERT MILLS JR
Noted two F-100 Super Sabers in apparent open storage next to a hanger at Bozeman, MT, airport, about 9/2016, visible from the Executive Jet Center parking lot, painted in a civilian white and blue.
They didn't appear to have been flown or cared for lately.

Excellent angle of the above photograph show the full beauty of the F-100 Super Sable, first of the Century Series of many 50s/60s newest supersonic fighters.
ken kemperPhoto Uploader
Robert,

Most interesting about the 2 Super Sabres in Bozeman. Hope restored some day.

Thank you fro photo complement.
Karl Riggle
the a/c shown is a two seater....forgot the letter after the "F-100" could it be the "C" model?? Thanks. I was in Field Maint. in Bitburg GDR . kr
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