Title: Lockheed F-94 Starfire

Developed from the T-33 trainer as a result of an urgent USAF requirement for an all-weather fighter, the YF-94 (a converted T-33) first flew in 1949. The first variant was the F-94A, which carried over 940 lbs of radar equipment.  Approx 110 were built. The F-94B was a development of the F-94A with improved electronic and operational equipment, and larger capacity wing tip tanks. Approx 355 were built. The final variant was the more highly developed F-94C. This used the J48 higher-thrust engine, a re-designed wing, sweptback tailplane, uprated fire control and navigation systems, and, later, mid-wing rocket pods. Approx 387 were built and they served until 1959.

This title contains two flight manuals for the Lockheed F-94 Starfire. The files have been scanned from the original flight manuals and retain any colour pages.



This title contains:

  • USAF Handbook of Flight Operating Instructions for the F-94B, AN 01-75FAB-1 dated 1-5-51, with approx. 140 pages.
  • USAF Flight Manual for the F-94C, T.O. 1F-94C-1 dated 1-2-57 revised to 10-12-57, with approx. 350 pages.