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The F-100 Super Saber fighter jets were manufactured by North American and first flew in November of 1955.  The US Air Force F-100 Super Sabre plane is 49' 4" long, 16' 2" high and has a wingspan of 38' 10".  The F-100 Super Sabre has an empty weight of 20,638 lbs and a max weight of 38,048 lbs.  The Super Sabre Planes used one Pratt & Whitney J57-P-21A producing 11,700 lbs of thrust and with afterburner it produced 17,000 lbs of thrust.  The F-100 Planes had a cruise speed of 587 mph and a max speed of 877 mph making it a supersonic military jet fighter.  Its maximum climb rate was 19,000 feet per minute. Watching the Movies about the Super Saber can give you the feeling that you're really there.  DVD videos give you the best resolution and program selection.  DVD videos also show different parts of the movie that were originally edited out of the film. 
The specs on this page cover only one version of this aircraft, there are many other different models with different specs. 

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This incredible 6-DVD set ranges from short flights across a field to the screaming hypersonic edge of space as it takes you through dramatic moments in the history of flight. You'll begin with the Wright brothers in 1909, follow a 1924 around-the-globe adventure by airplane, see the maiden flight of the Army's largest dirigible in 1925, jump to shocking WWII footage of the tragic raid on the Ploesti oil fields, feel the strain USAF test pilots, fly over Vietnam in an F-100C fighter jet, strap in with Neil Armstrong as he leaves the atmosphere in an X-15 rocket plane, and much more. 6 hrs. 47 min. total runtime.  #00V9800    3





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Historical Study Notes about the F-100 Super Sabre Jet Fighter
  F-100D Super Sabre and the F-105 Thunderchief Thud are the stars of this movie shot entirely over the green hills of Vietnam in 1967. This nearly forty minute DVD volume is packed with loads of explosive color Vietnam gun camera footage. This footage contains an engagement with a MiG-17 and lots of bombing of identified targets, strafing and large explosions. If you or someone you know served in Vietnam, this movie will allow you to get back into the cockpit of a Super Sabre or a Thunderchief and re-fly a mission from long ago. This volume is complete with a suitable musical underscore and digital sound effects to make the viewing experience as real as it can be. Be sure to turn up the bass and listen to the floor rumble as the missions begin. Fighter Groups and Wings Represented 13th Tactical Fighter Squadron 13th TFS part of the 388th TFW 34th Tactical Fighter Squadron 34th TFS part of the 413th FBW 44th Tactical Fighter Squadron 44th TFS part of the 18th TFW 416th Tactical Fighter Squadron  416th TFS part of the 21st TFW 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron  469th TFS: The Mission of the 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron (TFS) was to conduct interdiction operations in North Vietnam and Laos. The targets were lines of transportation and communications, roads, railroads, bridges, supply areas, military training facilities, missile sites, radar sites, airfields, anti-aircraft emplacements, river barges, trucks, construction equipment, river fords, and vulnerable highway sections. Corollary missions were combat air patrol (MiGCAP) flights with AIM-9B sidewinder missiles. Electronic countermeasures (ECM) and electronic intelligence (ELINT) aircraft escort, Rescue (RESCAP) missions, leaflet drops, radar "Buddy Bombing" with RB-66 aircraft and camera pod missions. 612th Tactical Fighter Squadron  612th TFS part of the 35th TFW   Read about Bob Leonard in the Vietnam War.  


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When and where were the Super Sabre's flown?  Here's a letter from a man that was a crew members in a F-100 squadron.

Hi Guy
Been looking at your site,  I like it!   You have a Vet 's letter About serving with F-100's at the time I was there at Itazuki AFB Japan  "Jim"    But can't E-Mail him  Would you help.  
Thanks,  Sam

I served in the 35th fighter bomber squadron as crew chief on F100 aircraft at Itazuki A.F.Base in Japan from 1957 until 1958. transferred to Kadena A.F. base Okinawa 44th Fighter bomber squadron until the end of 1958.TDY to KOREA for 3 months.  returned to Seymour-Johnson A.F. base North Carolina. Are there any pilots or crew chiefs or ground support personnel that was connected   to the F100 still living? 

My name is  John Rebecek and I crewed the F-100 from 1961 to 1964. I was stationed at Cannon AFB for 4 years during which we had TDY"s  to Turkey in 1961-1962, Saudi Arabia, in 1963 - 1964, and when the Vietnam war broke out in August 1964 we deployed to the Philippines  than to Thailand and than on to Da Nang. I Left Da Nang in November and returned to Cannon where I was discharged in December. I enjoyed  crewing the F-100 and going to all the different places. We usually had 2 or 3 deployments a year in the states for fire power demo's or war games.  I was a member of the 522nd Tactical Fighter Squadron when I first reported to Cannon and then we were all put into the 27th TFW maintenance group and would deploy with whichever Squadron  in the Wing that needed us.


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