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Model Kits of the P-80 / T-33 Shooting Star was built in two versions where the P-80 was a single seat fighter jet and the T-33 was used as a trainer.  Technology soon out grew the P-80 as newer and faster fighter jets hit the market but the T-33 Trainer version stayed around for a long time.  Many museums, like Bloomington, Illinois, Prairie Aviation Museum, has a T-33 where the P-80 Shooting Star is much more rarely seen in aircraft museums it is also many times referred to as the F-80 Shooting Star fighter jet.  This toy and hobby shop has several different collectable versions of these model planes, diecast model planes, plastic model planes, wood model planes, and mahogany airplane models.

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T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model
U.S. Air Force
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#0097547
Price: $49.95
T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model
Republic of China (Taiwan) Air Force
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#0097538
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P-80 Shooting Star 1/96 Die Cast Model P-80 Shooting Star 1/96 Die Cast Model
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This 1/96 scale die cast model of a P-80 - one of the world's first successful turbojet-powered combat aircraft - features a glazed bubble canopy; external fuel tanks; wing-mounted bombs; authentic USAF 94th Fighter Squadron markings, including "Hat in the Ring" fuselage art; a display stand and more. 4¾" wingspan.
#0091129
Price: $14.95
T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model
318th FIS, USAF, McChord AFB
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A replica of a T-33A Shooting Star advanced trainer flown by the U.S. Air Force's 318th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron when it was stationed at McChord Air Force Base in Washington state, this 1/72 scale, die cast Falcon Models aircraft features engraved panel lines and simulated rivets; a detailed cockpit with flight controls, instruments, and an opening canopy; realistic engine air intakes; prototypical wingtip fuel tanks; optional-position landing gear; and authentic markings, including the Tactical Air Command shield in the center of the unit's famous "Starburst" tail markings. 6½" wingspan; arrives ready to display on the included stand.
#0097529
Price: $49.95
F-80C Shooting Star 1/48 Kit F-80C Shooting Star 1/48 Kit
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Replicating an F-80 Shooting Star employed in the Korean War - where the F-80, which was primarily assigned to ground attack missions, saw its first combat service - this 1/48 scale plastic kit features textured surfaces, a detailed cockpit with a pilot figure, realistic air intake ducts, wingtip fuel tanks, detailed tricycle landing gear, authentic markings, and more. 9½" wingspan; assembly required.
#0083128
Price: $14.95
F-80C Shooting Star 1/32 Kit F-80C Shooting Star 1/32 Kit
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Replicating an F-80C Shooting Star employed in the Korean War, this limited edition, 1/32 scale, plastic kit features engraved panel lines; a fully outfitted cockpit with a two-piece canopy; plenty of photo-etched metal and resin detail parts; realistic armament; a choice of three USAF markings from the Korean War, including those of "Saggin Dragon" of the 16 th Fighter Interceptor Squadron; and more. 14½" wingspan; assembly required.
#0083551
Price: $79.95
F-80 Shooting Star 1/48 Kit F-80 Shooting Star 1/48 Kit
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Replicating "Lid-Do-Bee," an F-80 flown by Lt. Col. Oliver "Ollie" Cellini - a two-time All-American wrestler at Indiana University who flew P-47 Thunderbolts in World War II - of the 51st Fighter-Interceptor Wing when the unit conducted armed reconnaissance and close air support missions over Korea in 1950, this 1/48 scale, plastic kit features a well-equipped cockpit with an optional-position canopy and a pilot figure, a removable machine gun bay panel, wing-mounted bombs and fuel tanks, a tail section that can be removed to reveal a realistic turbojet engine, detailed landing gear, and optional markings for the Acrojets Demonstration Team, 1949. 8¾" long with a 10" wingspan; 79 parts, skill level 2.
#0083784
Price: $19.95
T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model
Japan Air Self-Defense Force
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#0097532
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T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model
Waffenschule 10, West German Air Force, 1973
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Between 1956 and 1959, the West German Air Force (Bundesluftwaffe) took delivery of 192 Lockheed T-33 Shooting Stars, the two-seat trainer version of the U.S. Air Force's first combat-capable jet fighter (the Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star).

Replicating one of those trainers flown by the Bundesluftwaffe in 1973, this 1/72 scale, die cast Falcon Models airplane features engraved panel lines and simulated rivets, a detailed cockpit with an opening canopy, realistic engine air intakes, prototypical wingtip fuel tanks, optional-position landing gear, and authentic markings, including Iron Cross insignia on the fuselage and the Waffenschule 10 (Weapons School 10) badge on the tail. 6½" wingspan; includes a display stand.
#0097509
Price: $39.95
T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model
41 Group, Zaragoza Air Base, Spanish Air Force, 1982
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Replicating a T-33A Shooting Star - the two-seat trainer version of the U.S. Air Force's first combat-capable jet fighter (the Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star) - flown by the Spanish Air Force in 1982 and now preserved at Sabadell airport in Spain, this 1/72 scale, die cast Falcon Models airplane features engraved panel lines and simulated rivets, a detailed cockpit with an opening canopy, realistic engine air intakes, prototypical wingtip fuel tanks, optional-position landing gear, and authentic Grupo 41 markings, including the unit's "Tiger" emblem on the fuselage. 6½" wingspan; includes a display stand.
#0097508
Price: $39.95
T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model
CIFAS-328, Armee de l'Air, Bordeaux-Mérignac, 1971
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Replicating a T-33A Shooting Star - the two-seat trainer version of the U.S. Air Force's first combat-capable jet fighter (the Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star) - flown by the French Air Force's CIFAS-328 training squadron out of Bordeaux-Mérignac in 1971, this 1/72 scale, die cast Falcon Models airplane features engraved panel lines and simulated rivets, a detailed cockpit with an opening canopy, realistic engine air intakes, prototypical wingtip fuel tanks, optional-position landing gear, and authentic squadron markings, including an eagle carrying two bombs in its talons and 4th Fighter Wing "La Fayette" heritage markings (an SPA 124 "Sioux" head with SPA 167 "Stork" wings and an SPA 81 "Greyhound" body) on the fuselage and tail. 6½" wingspan; includes a display stand.
#0097506
Price: $39.95
TV-2 Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model TV-2 Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model
U.S. Navy "Blue Angels," 1955
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Replicating a TV-2 Shooting Star - the U.S. Navy's version of the U.S. Air Force's T-33A two-seat trainer - flown as a liaison aircraft by Lt. Bruce Bagwell of the U.S. Navy "Blue Angels" in 1955, this 1/72 scale, die cast Falcon Models airplane features engraved panel lines and simulated rivets, a detailed cockpit with an opening canopy, prototypical wingtip fuel tanks, optional-position landing gear, and authentic "Blue Angels" markings, including "Naval Air Command Training" written on the fuel tanks. 6½" wingspan; includes a display stand.
#0097503
Price: $39.95

T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model

T-33A Shooting Star 1/72 Die Cast Model
370 Training Sqn., 110 Combat Wing, Hellenic Air Force, 1991
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Replicating a T-33A Shooting Star - the two-seat trainer version of the U.S. Air Force's first combat-capable jet fighter (the Lockheed F-80 Shooting Star) - flown by the Hellenic Air Force's 370 Training Squadron, 110 Combat Wing, when it was stationed at Larisa Air Base in 1991, this 1/72 scale, die cast Falcon Models airplane features engraved panel lines and simulated rivets, a detailed cockpit with an opening canopy, prototypical wingtip fuel tanks, optional-position landing gear, and an authentic camouflage scheme. 6½" wingspan; includes a display stand.
#0097504
Price: $39.95
T-33A Shooting Star 1/48 Model T-33A Shooting Star 1/48 Model
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Made of Philippine mahogany, this 1/48 scale model measures 9½" long with a 10¼" wingspan, is hand painted and detailed, and arrives ready to display on the included mahogany base.
#0009374
Price: $149.00
T-33A Shooting Star 1/32 Kit T-33A Shooting Star 1/32 Kit
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Replicating a Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star, an American-built jet trainer that, designed by future Skunk Works chief Clarence "Kelly" Johnson, was introduced in 1948, this amazingly detailed, 1/32 scale, plastic kit features a fully-equipped cockpit with a glazed canopy, plenty of photo-etched and resin parts, realistic landing gear, a choice of markings, and more. 14½" wingspan; assembly required.
#0083579
Price: $79.95

T-33A Shooting Star 1/48 Model
Pre Built Mahogany Model Plane.

Made of Philippine mahogany, this 1/48 scale model measures 9 ½" in length and has a wingspan of 10 ¼". Hand painted and detailed, model comes ready to display on the included mahogany base.  .....#0009374 $149.95

 

 

T-33 / P80 Shooting Star Aircraft Art

P-59 Airacomet, P-50 Shooting Star, F-84 Thunderjet, and F-86 Sabre Jet Fithers Picture U.S. Air Force
1945-1953
Ted Williams.
Aircraft Art Poster
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This poster depicts four of the U.S. Air Force's most important early jet fighters: America's first jet-powered fighter, the Bell P-59 Airacomet; the first jet fighter to see combat in Korea, the Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star; the first jet powered fighter-bomber, the Republic F-84 Thunderjet; and the first swept-wing USAF jet fighter, the North American F-86 Sabre. 14"x 24" poster is signed by the artist.

#0070761 Price:
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Shootin' Stars of the 94th Shootin' Stars of the 94th
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Stan Vosburg. High in the San Bernardino Mountains of southern California, three Lockheed F-80 Shooting Stars of the 94th Fighter Squadron skim the Rim Highway as they return to March Air Force Base in the fall of 1948. 37"x 27" limited edition print is signed and numbered by the artist.
#0076200

Price: $125.00
T-33 Shooting Star
Ken Fox. 
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In this image we see one of the thousands of students who honed their  jet-flying skills in the early T-33 trainer. This detailed, black and white charcoal  pencil lithograph is a highly collectible work of art. Print measures 20"x 16" including  border with title.   .....#0007112 $9.95

A Comet Comes to Washington A Comet Comes to Washington
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Gerry Asher. A P-80 Shooting Star - the USAF's first operational jet fighter - races over Washington, D.C., in the late-1940s. 24"x 18" limited edition, numbered print is signed by the artist and by Gen. Bruce Holloway, an AVG 13-victory ace who served as SAC commander-in-chief; 16-victory (12 WWII, 4 Vietnam) ace Brig. Gen. Robin Olds; and Col. Philip Loofbourrow, who flew a P-80 in the 1946 Bendix Trophy race!
#0049301
Price: $94.95
Final Exams Final Exams
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Michael Kane. On final approach, a North American T-28A Trojan trainer is about to touch down as a more advanced Lockheed T-33 awaits takeoff. Limited edition print measures 24"x 18" and is numbered and signed by the artist and Brig. Gen. "Tex" Hill. 24"x 18" print.
#0007755
Price: $94.95
Farewell Old Friends Farewell Old Friends
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Ferris. First flown in 1956, the 106 served three decades as one of America's most important manned interceptors. The F-106 shown here with a couple of T-33 "T-Birds" belonged to the 49th FIS of Griffiss AFB, New York; it was the third 106 built and flew for 30 years. Limited edition of 450 signed and numbered by the artist. 30"x 20" print.
#0007782
Price: $99.95
T-Birds
Stan Stokes. 

Here is a T-33 flown by the USAF Thunderbirds for executive flights next to an original Ford Thunderbird auto. How appropriate! Note the team in their  F-100 Super Sabres flying overhead. 16"x 11½" signed and numbered limited edition  print.  .....#0007279 $39.95

 

 

T-33 / F-80 Shooting Star Movies

Pylon Dusters - DVD Pylon Dusters - DVD
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Now on DVD for the first time, this program presents the complete, three-volume Historic Aviation Pylon Dusters series on one DVD! You'll thrill to the high-speed exploits of daring pilots at the 1932, '38, '47 and '48 National Air Races in Cleveland and at other prominent air races. As a bonus, you also get Dole Air Race 1927, which introduces the planes and pilots racing from Oakland to Honolulu - with $25,000 going to the winner - in an event inspired by Charles Lindbergh's trans-Atlantic flight. Meet the winners and those lost at sea… and even witness a plane crashing on takeoff!

1932 & 1938 National Air Races - In this rare film of the '32 Cleveland Race preliminaries, you'll see Ernst Udet's aerobatics and Harold Johnson's breathtaking spins and loops in a Ford Tri-Motor. The finale is a 1913 Curtiss Pusher and an Autogyro dogfight that ends in a mid-air crash. The 1938 film covers the Pacific International Races and the Cleveland National Races. Watch aircraft preparations for Chief Oshkosh, 8-Ball, and others, then see spectacular racing scenes from the Bendix, Greve, and Thompson races.

1947 Cleveland National Races - View closeups of participants with their racers, then see thrilling racing scenes from the Bendix, Goodyear, Halle, Kendall, Sohio, and Tinnerman events, including the spectacular crackup of Jack Hardwick's P-51. Also witness P-80s perform at 494 mph and other airshow spectaculars, from Curtiss Jr. aerobatics to the Blue Angels in Bearcats.

1948 Cleveland National Races - Watch Paul Mantz arrive as repeat winner of the Bendix cross-country race. Racers and pilots are spotlighted in the Goodyear, Kendall and Thompson races. P-38s, Corsairs and P-51s with their wingtips virtually clipping the ground leave you gasping. Includes aerobatics and flybys of B-29s and the newest thing, a B-36 Peacemaker.

Color and B&W, silent and sound, 1 hr. 40 min. total runtime.
#00V8052
Price: $19.95
The Fighting 51st The Fighting 51st
Korea
DVD Video Movie.
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Strap in for a pulse-pounding Korean War adventure with the USAF 51st Fighter Interceptor Wing. You'll view thrilling footage of F-80s dive-bombing with napalm; dogfights between F-86 Sabres and MiG-15s; U.S. Navy F4U Corsair, Skyraider and F9F Panther low-flying missions; World War II 28-victory ace Col. Francis Gabreski as he returns from his 5th victory mission in his F-86; gun camera film of MiG-15s under attack; and much more! Color and B&W DVD, 1 hr. 57 min.

#00V9703
Price: $29.95
 
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T-33 / F-80 Shooting Star Books

P-80/F-80 Shooting Star P-80/F-80 Shooting Star
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McLaren. The first operational U.S. jet fighter, designed and tested when jet propulsion was an innovative unknown. Unproven aerodynamics and engines still under development, record-breaking cross country and speed trials, plus the combat record in Korea. 400 photos, 128 pgs., 8½"x 11", sfbd.
#0001676

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T-33A Thunderbird Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions T-33A Thunderbird Pilot's Flight Operating Instructions
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The T-33 Thunderbird was the training variant of the U.S. Air Force's first production jet fighter, the F/P-80 Shooting Star, which was designed by the famous "Kelly" Johnson during World War II. Originally printed by Lockheed and the USAF, this previously "restricted" flight operating handbook taught pilots everything they needed to know before entering the cockpit of the T-33A! 82 reformatted pages, B&W photographs and illustrations, 8½"x 11", softcover.
#0020519
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Bully Able Leader Bully Able Leader
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The Story of a Fighter-Bomber Pilot in the Korean War
Loving. Describing his service and experiences during the Korean War, Lt. Gen. George G. Loving (callsign "Bully Able Leader"), USAF, gives you an in-depth look into his time flying F-80 Shooting Stars on combat missions against MiGs and ground targets. A powerful memoir, "Loving writes with a passion for the Air Force, the combat flights in which he participated, and the military operations he supported" - Air Power Weekly. 256 pages, 30 B&W photographs, 6"x 9", hardcover.
#0019159
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P-80 Shooting Star in Action P-80 Shooting Star in Action
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Development and service history of America's first operational jet fighter, also includes coverage of the T-33 trainer variant. The P-80, while short lived, proved itself against the MiG-15 over Korea, and paved the way for the later F-94 fighters also included here. 50 pgs., 10 color profiles, 105 B&W photos, 11"x 8½", sfbd.
#0004021
Price: $12.95
Ruff Stuff Ruff Stuff
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A WWII Pilot's Story - Major Norbert C. Ruff
Susedik & Ruff. This book examines the World War II experiences of Norbert Ruff, who graduated from flight school the day before the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor and was, within a month, flying a P-39 in the Pacific Theater. You'll read about the early days of the war with Japan; Ruff's experiences flying the USAAF's first jets - the Bell P-59 and F-80 - after the war; and more. 212 pages, B&W photographs and illustrations, 8½"x 11", softcover.
#0040500
Price: $27.95
Dick Bong Dick Bong
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America's Ace of Aces
Kenney. With 40 aerial victories, this Wisconsin farm boy became America’s top ace, only to die in a tragic P-80 crash. Here is Major Richard I. Bong’s story as recounted by his commanding officer. Includes a forward by Marge Bong Drucker and a new introduction by Richard B. Meyers, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. 143 pages, 5"x 8", softcover.
#0001508
Price: $14.95
Beware the Thunderbolt! Beware the Thunderbolt!
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The 56th Fighter Group in World War II
McLaren with a foreward by Zemke. With names such as Zemke, Schilling, Gabreski, Mahurin and Johnson, the 56th Fighter Group was, and still is, one of the legendary fighter units of World War II. Here is their story, told through a chronological narrative of combat missions, with a post-war history of their innovative Mustang missions to Alaska and their first transatlantic P-80 Shooting Star missions rounding out the tale. 208 pages, 250+ B&W and color photographs, 8½"x 11", hardcover.
#0001883
Price: $39.95
USAF Plus Fifteen USAF Plus Fifteen
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A Photo History, 1947 through 1962 Menard. 400+ original color photos from private sources provide a nostalgic view of the greats from the postwar through early jet age. P-80s, F-84s, B-36s, C-124s, F-89s, F-102s and more. 142 pgs., 8½"x 11", sfbd.
#0003644
Price: $24.95
Pilot's Man F-80 Shooting Star Pilot's Man F-80 Shooting Star
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A reprint of the official government handbook. Includes a detailed description of the aircraft, normal and emergency operating instructions, flight operating data, equipment, extreme weather operation and more. 53 pgs. with dozens of photos, charts, cutaways, performance tables and diagrams. 8½"x 11", sfbd.
#0001420
Price: $11.95
P/F-80 Shooting in Action P/F-80 Shooting in Action
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Davis. Through more than 100 color photographs, profiles and detailed line drawings, this photo-history examines the Lockheed P-80 Shooting Star - the USAF's first operational jet fighter - and its variants in detail, from Gen. Hap Arnold's request for a U.S.-designed jet aircraft to challenge Germany's Me 262 in World War II through the F-80's extensive combat in Korea. 52 pages, 11"x 8¼", softcover.
#0030260
Price: $14.95
Cockpits of the Cold War Cockpits of the Cold War
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Nijboer. Get unprecedented access to once top-secret aircraft with this inside look at the cockpits of the most revered and feared aircraft from 1947-1965. This book presents the MiG-15 Soviet fighter flown by the first pilot to defect to the West during the Korean War, the F-80 Shooting Star that shot down a MiG-15 in the world's first all-jet battle, and many more. Each featured aircraft also includes a pilot perspective. 192 pages, 150 color and 80 B&W photographs, 9"x 11¾", hardcover.
#0020972
Regular price: $39.95
MiG Alley MiG Alley
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Larry Davis. This pictorial review of the Korean air war shows them all: P-51 Mustangs and F4U Corsairs, the new jets like the F-80, F-84, F-86 and T-33, even the attack aircraft and bombers such as the B-26 and B-29 are here. If you want to see the aircraft of Korea, this is the book for you! Includes 140 B&W photos, 36 color profiles, maps, squadron markings and more. 80 pgs., 8½"x 11", sfbd.
#0004073
Price: $12.95
USAF Interceptors USAF Interceptors
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A Military Photo Logbook (1946-1979).
Isham & McLaren. This lavishly illustrated volume examines Air Defense Command interceptors of the Cold War era, from the propeller-driven aircraft of the immediate post-World War II period through the beginning of the jet age and beyond.

You'll see interceptors such as the P-61 Black Widow, F-82 Twin Mustang, F-86 Sabre, F-89 Scorpion and F-94 Starfire; unique, mission-support airplanes such as the C-124, EB-57, EC-121 Constellation and T-33; and famous next-generation "Century Series" supersonic Air Force interceptors such as the F-101B Voodoo, Convair's F-102 Delta Dagger and F-106 Delta Dart twins, and the F-104 Starfighter. 128 pages, 150 color and 150 B&W photographs, 8½"x 11", softcover.
#0011577
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Lockheed T2V-1/T-1A Seastar Lockheed T2V-1/T-1A Seastar
Naval Fighters Vol. 42
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Ginter. An attempt to improve on the T-33 trainer, the T2V-1/T-1A was never accepted by the USAF, but was put into service by the Navy in 1957. This pictorial essay includes 74 pages with over 250 detailed photos, diagrams and illustrations. 8½"x 11", sfbd.
#0002830

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USAF Europe in Color Volume 2 USAF Europe in Color Volume 2
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Robinson. Covers 1947 to 1963, perhaps the most colorful period in Air Force history. Here are the bombers of SAC, the fighters of TAC, the transports of MAC, plus trainers and liaison aircraft that were common sights over Europe - B-29s, B-50s, B-36s, B-47s, B-45s, B-66s, B-57s, C-47s, and T-33s. Unit thumbnails are also presented. 50 photos and over 85 color paintings. 32 pgs., sfbd.
#0004143

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The 4th Fighter Wing in the Korean War The 4th Fighter Wing in the Korean War
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Davis. Filled with firsthand accounts and after-action reports, this book covers the history of the "Fourth But First" 4th Fighter Wing, from re-activation in 1946 through the Korean War and beyond. You'll read about the F-80 era, the introduction of F-86 Sabres in 1949, dozens of MiG kills (including Jabara's fifth and sixth, which made him the first jet ace), and more. You even get a complete list of victories and losses! 200 pages, 390+ color and B&W photographs, 8½"x 11", hardcover.
#0005268
Price: $44.95
Republic F-84 Republic F-84
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Thunderjet, Thunderstreak & Thunderflash: A Photo Chronicle
McLaren. The Republic F-84 was the first post-war U.S. jet fighter, coming after the late-World War II P-80 but not achieving the charisma of the later F-86. 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. 208 pages, 450+ B&W and color photographs, 8½"x 11", softcover.
#0003772
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USAAC/USAF Fighters Throw USAAC/USAF Fighters Throw
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Trace the evolution of the U.S. Army Air Corps' - and later the U.S. Air Force's - finest aircraft with this throw featuring 15 aircraft including a P-26A, an F-104 Starfighter, a P-40C Tomahawk, an F-4C Phantom and an F-16 Falcon. The richly detailed woven images commemorate these fine aircraft and pay tribute to all those who flew them. 48"x 60" throw; 100% cotton.
#0067003

Price: $59.95
Lockheed T-33 Lockheed T-33
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McLaren. Derived from the F-80 Shooting Star, the T-Bird was instrumental in teaching nearly all of the jet pilots of today. Serving not only as a trainer, the T-33 served as an attack fighter, a recon bird, and in foreign service. It still continues on today, appearing as a test bed for ejection seats and missile guidance systems. 128 pgs., 360 photos, 8½"x 11", softcover.
#0002288
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