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Designation: F-84C

Republic F-84C

Republic F-84C Thunderjet

A picture of the Republic F-84C Thunderjet

The F-84 is Republic’s entry into America’s first generation of jet fighters.  It was designed in 1944 in response to an Army Air Force request for a 600-mile per hour fighter and was seen as the successor to the P-47 Thunderbolt.  The first prototype flew in February 1946.  The second prototype set an American speed record later that year.  Several versions of the F-84 were built, some with very significant differences including; straight and swept wings, different engine air intakes, and several engine versions.  The F-84 saw extensive use as a fighter-bomber during the Korean War.  The F-84C closely resembled the earlier versions with a straight wing but used a slightly improved engine that allowed a heavier weight.  A total of 191 F-84Cs were built.

Wingspan 36 ft 5 in.

Wingspan

Length 37 ft 5 in.

Length

Height 12 ft 10 in.

Height

Weight 23,347 lbs (loaded)

Weight

Max. Speed 587 MPH

Maximum Speed

Service Ceiling 45,000 ft

Service Ceiling

Range 1,282 miles

Range

Engines One Allison J35-A-13C turbojet with 4,000 pounds of thrust

Engine

Crew 1

Crew


Manufacturer
Republic

Markings
33rd Fighter Group, Walker AFB, New Mexico, 1948

Serial Number
47-1433

Designation
F-84C

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