F-84 ThunderJet

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    #1 skeeter, Aug 3, 2010
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    I recently purchased a very old issue of Flying Magazine from 1949. Including posts depicting cover of magazine, but mainly, in a subsequent post, "how to fly the Thunderjet" or words to that effect.
     

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    #2 skeeter, Aug 3, 2010
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    I am posting outside of the preferred 800 by 600 format so that the reader may enjoy the photos more and not have them tiny because this is scanned from a magazine. Follow the numbers as a guide, when the article was originally published sixty-one years ago they got them out of sequence in the magazine, but all the photos are there.
     

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    Good post!

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    Found a site with plenty of F-84 stuff. Click on the reference button and up pops the cockpit layout for some models. Click on the photos there and they get larger for easier reading.

    Republic F-84 Series
     
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