Aviation Company F-84
‹¨«Thunderjet‹¨« was a turbojet fighter-bomber aircraft. Originating as a USAF
proposal for a
daytime fighter 1944. The F-84 first flew in
1946 and it entered service in 1947.When production of the F-84 was close in 1953, about 4457 had been
built, including 6 different versions.
is a single-seat fighter-bomber capable of delivering the Mark 7 nuclear bomb
using the LABS, J35-A-29 engine, introduced the multi-framed canopy which was
later retrofitted to earlier straight-winged F-84s. A total of 3,025 were built
(1,936 for NATO under MDAP).