|AUTHOR||B Kinzey, R Roszak.|
|NO OF PAGES||104|
|ILLUSTRATIONS||Colour Photos & Illustrations|
|PUBLISHER||Detail & Scale|
F-100 Super Sabre in Detail & Scale is the eleventh volume of the expanded Detail & Scale Series of military aviation publications. The F-100 Super Sabre is significant in the history of military aviation in that it was the first U. S. fighter capable of maintaining supersonic speeds in level flight, and it was the first supersonic fighter in the world to reach operational status. This new book covers every aspect of this significant aircraft, from its developmental history through its use as a fighter-bomber, Fast FAC, and Wild Weasel I aircraft in Southeast Asia. Super Sabres utilized as drones are covered, as is the Hun service with foreign nations. Detail & Scale previously published volumes on Super Sabre in 1980 and 1989. The original work in 1980 was one of our very early 48- page books in the original Detail & Scale Series. In 1989 our second book on the F-100 was Volume 33 in the expanded 72-page Detail & Scale Series, and it provided appreciably more coverage on the Super Sabre. Now, over thirty years later, we are again significantly expanding our coverage of the F-100 with this new volume. F-100 Super Sabre in Detail & Scale is a detailed study of one of the most important jet fighter aircraft designs to see operational service with the U. S. Air Force as well as several foreign nations. The book begins with a comprehensive developmental and operational history of the Super Sabre and follows that with an all-inclusive chapter on each of the variants. From the YF-100 prototypes to the two-seat F-100F, every variant of the Super Sabre is covered with photographs, an informative text, artwork, and tables providing technical and performance data.
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