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North American F-100C-25-NA Super Sabre, 54-1986, last assigned to the Armament Development & Test Center, Eglin AFB, marked as F-100C-20-NA, 54-1954
Aircraft DataSingle seat fighter/bomber. First of the "Century Series" of fighters, it was nicknamed "The Hun". Capable of supersonic flight, the F100 was used extensively in the Vietnam war, primarily for close air support.
|Country of origin||First flight||No. built||No. in service||Crew||Passengers|
1 x Pratt & Whitney J57 (10500 - 17200 lbf) turbojet engine.
Four 20mm cannon, with 4 underwing hard points that could carry up to 7500lb of bombs or weapons.
|Wing Span||16 ft. 9 in.|
|Height||38 ft. 9 in.|
|Empty Weight||21,000 lbs.|
|Max Weight||34,832 lbs.|
|Max Speed||864 mph|
|Cruise Speed||512 mph|
|Normal Range||520nm (Combat radius)|
Updated 22nd January 2009Show using: Metric | Imperial
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