Republic F-84B 'Thungerjet'

  Base model:F-84
  Designation System:U.S. Air Force
  Designation Period:1948-Present
  Basic role:Fighter
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Known serial numbers
45-59497, 45-59498 / 45-59531, 45-59532 / 45-59556, 45-59557 / 45-59581, 46-0553 / 46-0567, 46-0568 / 46-0602 , 46-0603 / 46-0637 , 46-0638 / 46-0673

Examples of this type may be found at
New York ANG - 174th FW, SyracuseSyracuse ANGBNew York
Pima Air & Space MuseumTucsonArizona
Planes of Fame, Grand CanyonValleArizona
The Air Museum "Planes of Fame"ChinoCalifornia

F-84B on display

Planes of Fame, Grand Canyon

The Air Museum "Planes of Fame"


Recent comments by our visitors
 Michael McGaw
 Barstow, CA
I am happy to see a little more information appearing on the Republic F-84's there is so little available on this under-appreciated aircraft that it's hard to find real data on it. I can't even find a single example that is still flying! The F-86 is a great aircraft too. But the plain Jane F-84 was a real work horse in an early jet air force. If any one has information that they would like to pass along i am compiling a book to highlight the Thunderjet form start to end. Pictures, stories, personnel experiences would be appreciated. If you do send something along be sure that you include name address, and contact information also permission to publish. I will be most happy to show contributing credit.
I am also working on Grumman F-9F Panther/Cougar info as well; another of the underrated work horses.
Thanks for all your help.
Michael McGaw

04/03/2007 @ 08:02 [ref: 16076]
 Rick Miller
 Rockford, TN
I was a crew chief on an F-84D/G in Korea 1953to 1954, Okinawa 1955 Aircraft number 363, a little fast on the trigger, electronics a little errattic but a great airplane
03/13/2003 @ 00:40 [ref: 6366]


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