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F84 Thunder jet Military jet fighter models.  Military jet fighters from the US Air Force.  Scale model kits, plastic model kits, diecast models and wooden aircraft models. All of these model kits are a tremendous military history and aviation history training tools for both adults and kids.  These are toys and display models.

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Thunderjet, Thunderstreak & Thunderflash The Republic F-84 Thunderjet was the first post-war U.S. jet fighter, coming after the late WWII P-80 Shooting Star and not achieving the charisma of the later F-86 Sabre. A fighter-bomber by trade in Korea, it was also an interceptor and photo recon aircraft. It was the first jet fighter that was able to air-refuel and the first jet fighter able to deliver a nuclear weapon.  The Thunderbirds flew the Thunderjets in 1953 and 1954.  These F-84 Thunderjet models come in wooden aircraft models for display, plastic model aircraft kits and metal diecast aircraft models.

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F-84G Thunderjet 1/32 Kit

Introduced in 1947, the Republic F-84 Thunderjet was the U.S. Air Force's primary strike fighter during the Korean War, accounting for 60% of all enemy ground targets destroyed.

A replica of an F-84 "G" variant - capable of delivering a Mark 7 nuclear bomb - of the Thunderjet from 1951, this 1/32 scale, plastic kit features engraved panel and hatch lines; a well-equipped cockpit with a choice of two ejection seats, a photo-etched safety belt, and a glazed canopy; optional-position flaps and perforated speed brakes; prototypical wingtip fuel tanks; an assortment of missiles and bombs; realistic landing gear with metal struts and real rubber tires; a choice of markings (the 58th FBG "Four Queens" or the French Armee de l'Aire); and more. 14¼" long with a 13½" wingspan; 290 parts, assembly required.

F-84G Thunderjet, which was the first production fighter-bomber with in-flight refueling capability and the first with the ability to deliver a nuclear weapon

F-84E Thunderjet
49th FBW, Korea, 1951

With the outbreak of war in June, 1950, the 49th Fighter-Bomber Wing was one of the first U.S. Air Force units dispatched to Korea.

F-84E Thunderjet flown by the 49th FBW in 1951 Korea

F-84 Thunderjet Night Take Off

The Republic F-84 Thunderjet was the U.S. Air Force's primary strike aircraft during the Korean War, flying more than 86,000 missions. "Night Take Off/Ruth," a F-84 flown by the 58th Fighter-Bomber Squadron


F-84G Thunderjet
"Four Queens," Col. Joe Davis, Jr., 430th FBS, 474th FBW

Replicating "Four Queens," the famous straight-wing F-84G Thunderjet flown by Col. Joe Davis, Jr., (the commander of all F-84 units in Korea who later came up with the concept of laser-guided bombs) when he led a formation of 24 F-84s in an attack against Chunggangjin airfield on July 27, 1953.

430th Fighter-Bomber Squadron, 474th Fighter-Bomber Wing, markings, including Davis' personal "Four Queens" artwork (representing his wife and three daughters) below the canopy.

F-84G Thunderjet No. 27 Squadron, 10th Tactical Wing, Belgian Air Force
The straight-wing F-84G - the first production fighter-bomber with in-flight refueling capability and the first with the ability to deliver a nuclear weapon - entered service in 1951, with 1,936 of the 3,025 built transferred to NATO countries in Europe. Starting in 1952, 213 F-84Gs (serials FZ-1 to FZ-213) were supplied to Belgium.  F-84G Thunderjet flown by the Belgian Air Force's No. 27 Squadron "Black Panthers," 10th Tactical Wing

F-84G Thunderjet Hellenic Air Force
a straight-wing F-84G Thunderjet - the first production fighter-bomber with in-flight refueling capability and the first with the ability to deliver a nuclear weapon - flown by the Hellenic Air Force's 337 Mira "Fantasma" (Ghost) Squadron when it was stationed at Larisa Air Base in 1952.

F-84G Thunderjet Royal Netherlands Air Force (KLu), 1950s

F-84G Thunderjet
U.S. Air Force "Stardusters," 1953

After six months of training in an unofficial capacity, the U.S. Air Force's 3600th Air Demonstration Team "Stardusters" were activated on May 25, 1953, at Luke Air Force Base. Upon the order of Gen. Bob Harper, the "Stardusters" changed their name to "Thunderbirds" just 30 days after their first official show. Replicating a straight-wing F-84G Thunderjet flown by the "Stardusters" at the beginning of that inaugural season.

F-84G Thunderjet EC 3/1 "Argonne," French Air Force
straight-wing F-84G Thunderjet - the first production fighter-bomber with in-flight refueling capability and the first with the ability to deliver a nuclear weapon - flown by the French Air Force's EC 3/1 "Argonne" when it was stationed at Saint-Dizier in the mid-1950s.

F-84E Thunderjet
Col. Robert Lee Scott, Jr., CO of 36th FBW, Germany, 1952
a straight-wing F-84E flown by the legendary Col. Robert Scott, Jr. - the 13-victory ace who was the first commander of the 23rd Fighter Group "Flying Tigers" during World War II and went on to become a brigadier general - in 1952, when he was commanding officer of the 36th Fighter-Bomber Wing stationed at Fürstenfeldbruck Air Base in West Germany

F-84E Thunderjet Lt. Jacob Kratt, 27th Fighter Escort Wing
The Republic F-84 Thunderjet was the U.S. Air Force's primary strike aircraft during the Korean War, flying more than 86,000 missions.  F-84E flown by 1st Lt. Jacob Kratt (whose three victories make him the highest-scoring Thunderjet pilot in history) of the 27th Fighter Escort Wing on January 23, 1951, when he shot down two MiG-15s in the largest jet air battle in history

 

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F-84 Military History Study Notes.

Designed by Republic, the Thunderjet was their first production jet aircraft and a direct descendent of the successful P-47 Thunderbolt. Thunderjets became workhorse bombers during the Korean War and were capable of delivering bombs and  rockets in the ground attack role.

A huge success in Korea, the F-84 was the U.S.'s first post-war jet fighter to make a significant contribution in combat.

USAF Thunderbirds performing in early jet F-84s.

 The Thunderjet was among America's first generation of jet fighters, and it flew over 86,000 sorties in Korea.

the F-84E and F-84G which were the most numerous and important variants

The straight-winged F-84 traces its lineage back to the heavyweight WWII P-47 Thunderbolt. Built as a fighter, the F-84 saw the majority of its wartime service in a bomber role. The Thunderjet was among the most colorful aircraft to see action in Korea,

Thunderjet, Thunderstreak & Thunderflash: A Photo Chronicle McLaren. The Republic F-84 was the first post-war U.S. jet fighter, coming after the late WWII P-80 and not achieving the charisma of the later F-86 Sabre. A fighter-bomber by trade in Korea, it was also an interceptor and photo recon aircraft. It was the first able to air-refuel and the first able to deliver a nuclear weapon.

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