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North American Super Sabre (N63385) - 353rd TFS
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North American Super Sabre (N63385)


353rd TFS


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Michael DeBockPhoto Uploader
F-100, FW 63385
Looks like a "buzz number" on the side... i.e. - "FW 385".

According to Joe Baugher's information, this Super Sabre is AF s/n 56-3385, c/n 245-33 and a F-100D-85-NH.

Joe's comments show this F-100 ended its life as a drone... "to MASDC May 9, 1979 as FE522. Converted to QF-100D drone no. 367".
Paul Wisgerhof
The F-100 Super Saber was manufactured by North American Aviation, not Fokker.
Paul Wisgerhof
The F-100 Super Saber was manufactured by North American Aviation, not Fokker.
Are these still flying??? I haven't seen these since I was in Tech school in the Air Force. I had a picture taken with me looking out from the intake.
gordon peet
I'm an amateur but this looks very close!
Frank Zelinka
This is an impressively beautiful shot. I remember seeing the Thunderbirds when they flew them. Hats off for a great picture!
serge LOTH
Caramba!!! Fokker 100???????? il s'agit du North American Super Sabre F100 (en France affecté à la 11 escadre stationnée à Toul Rosiéres et Bremgarten( RFA)
Not a Fokker!
Michael DeBockPhoto Uploader
I typed F-100 and when I submitted it changed to Fokker-100.
Leo Roy
This brings back may good memories, I worked on the F-100D aricraft/engines from 1957 to 1960 in Chaumont France and Lakenheath England with the 48th Fighter group. Great Picture.
Ichiro Sugioka
Try changing the aircraft type to SSAB (Super Sabre)
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