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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.

Length

37 ft 5 in.

Height

12 ft 10 in.

Weight

23,347 lbs (loaded)

Maximum Speed

587 MPH

Service Ceiling

45,000 ft

Range

1,282 miles

Engine

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

Crew

1

Manufacturer
Republic

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

Serial Number
47-1433

Designation
F-84C

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