North American F-86L Sabre
Single-engine single-seat swept low-wing tri-gear all-weather jet fighter/interceptor, U.S.A.

Archive Photos [1,2]

[North American F-86L-30-NA Sabre Dog (NA-173, AF 51-6055, c/n 173-199) on display (11/26/2001) at the Hill Aerospace Museum, Hill AFB, Roy, Utah (Photo by John Shupek copyright © 2001 Skytamer Images)]

[North American F-86L-55-NA Sabre (AF 53-0700, c/n 201-144) on display (8/2/2012) at the Ehlert Memorial Park, Brookfield, Illinois (Photo by Lt. Col. Dr. Marc Matthews, USAF (ret.), 8/2/2012)]

[North American F-86L-60-NA Sabre Dog (NA-201, AF 53-1060, c/n 201-504, converted to F-86L, painted as AF 52-366) on display (9/25/2003) at the Yankee Air Museum, Belleville, Michigan (Photo by John Shupek copyright © 2003 Skytamer Images)]

Overview [3]

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  1. Shupek, John. The Skytamer Archive, photos from the Shupek Photo Collection, copyright © 1998-2019 Skytamer Images (
  2. Photos: Lt. Col. Dr. Marc Matthews, USAF (ret.), 2012
  3. Wikipedia. North American F-86 Sabre

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