Title: Convair F-106 Delta Dart

Originally designated F-102B, the F-106 was designed around the Hughes MA-1 fire control system and first flew in 1956. Despite numerous development problems and large scale modification programs the aircraft enjoyed a long service history, finally being retired in 1988 long after it’s anticipated service life. Although a much more sophisticated and capable aircraft than the F-102, development problems led to cutbacks on numbers and only 340 were built.

This title contains the USAF flight manual for the single-seat F-106A Delta Dart and the twin-seat F-106B, plus a supplementary flight manual covering two NF-106B aircraft used for variable stability research. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and include any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • USAF Flight Manual for the F-106A and F-106B, T.O. F-106(A)-1 dated 1/11/80 revised to 30/4/85, with approx. 385 pages.
  • USAF Flight Manual Performance Data for the F-106A and F-106B, T.O. F-106(A)-1-1 dated 1/12/72 revised to 15/11/74, with approx. 232 pages.
  • USAF Operational Supplement for the NF-106B (VST) covering two aircraft (57-2519 and 57-2529) used for variable stability research, document LSM-106B-1 dated 1 April 1968 with approx. 66 pages.