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North American F-86 Sabre

NB: These profiles are among my first profiles. An improved version of this set of F-86 Sabre profiles can be found here.

11. F-86E-10-NA #51-2738 "Four Kings & A Queen" of the 16th FIS, 51st FIW, flown by Capt. Cecil G. Foster, Korea, 24 January 1953.

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12. F-86E-10-NA #51-2746 'Michigan Center/Lady Frances' of the 25 FIS, flown by Col. Francis Gabreski, 2 October 1951. On that day, Gabreski shot down a MiG-15 from 17 IAP (Russian Fighter regiment), flown by I. Morozov.

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13. F-86A #49-1195 of the Alaska Air National Guard. It is exposed on a pylon at Kulis AFB, Anchorage, as '12807'. Notice the Artic conspicuity markings, meant to help locate an aircraft wreck in the snow.

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14. Canadair Sabre Mk 2 of the Turkish AF. Unknown unit & period.

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15. Canadair Sabre F. Mk. 4, 112 Squadron, RAF, Bruggen, Germany, 1956. 112 Sqn flew Sabres from January 1954 to April 1956. The camouflage is standard as applied to RAF fighters outside the UK from about 1952 until the introduction of the Hunter in the mid 1950's, namely Dark Green and Dark Sea Grey on the upper surfaces with PRU Blue undersurfaces.

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16. F-86F-30-NA flown by the Republic of Korea Air Force's aerobatic team based in Suwon, Korea, during 1961.

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17. Canadair Sabre MM 19865 of the 'Cavallino Rampante' aerobatic team of the 4° Aerobrigada, Italian AF. The team flew in 1956-1957. This aircraft is preserved in Rome Da Vinci Airport.

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18. F-86 Sabre of the official Imperial Iranian AF aeobatic team, the Golden Crown, which flew between 1960 and 1970. It was based in Mehrabad AB and was part of the 1st FIS, 1st FIW.

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19. F-86E(M) Sabre of the Turkish "Flying Swans" aerobatics team. This aircraft is a Sabre survivor, displayed at Ankara- Etimesgut AB.

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20. Canadair Sabre Mk 4 flown by 414 Sqd of the RCAF in September 1953.

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