NORTH AMERICAN F-100 SUPER SABRE
Titles: North American F-100 Super Sabre No’s 1 and 2
The F-100 was initially developed by North American as a private venture development of the F-86, intended to be capable of supersonic performance in level flight. Awarded a USAF contract, the first prototype flew in 1953 and exceeded Mach One on its first flight. The first production version, the F-100A, became operational in 1954 and was the first production aircraft capable of supersonic performance in level flight.
The next production version was the F-100C which introduced in-flight refueling and a more powerful engine. The most extensively built version was the following F-100D, and the final version was the twin-seat F-100F. Over 2,000 of all models were built and the type saw extensive service with several foreign air arms.
We offer two titles covering most variants of the F-100 Super Sabre. Each title is US$9.95. Each title contains two flight manuals for different models of the F-100 Super Sabre. The flight manuals have been scanned from the originals and retain any colour pages.