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F-86 Sabre in flight.

List of Sabre and Fury units in US military identifies the aircraft models, military branches, military units, and service years. The F-86 Sabre and FJ Fury was manufactured by the North American Aviation Company. Units existed in regular USAF, air national guards, navy squadrons, and marine squadrons.

USAF F-86 Units[edit | edit source]

Source: Baugher F-86D[1]

A West Virginia Air National Guard F-86H.

A Tennessee Air Guard F-86D.

Air National Guard Squadrons[edit | edit source]

Air Force units[edit | edit source]

Source: Baugher F-86F [2] and F-86E [3]

An F-86F of the 21st Fighter Day Wing at Chambley Air Base.

A 514th FIS F-86D at Ramstein Air Base.

US Navy units with FJ Fury[edit | edit source]

Source: Baugher Fury [4]

FJ-3s VF-173 aboard USS Saratoga (CVA-60) c. 1956

FJ-3s of VF-21 aboard USS Ranger (CVA-61) in 1957

Atlantic Fleet[edit | edit source]

Pacific Fleet[edit | edit source]

Carriers[edit | edit source]

US Marine Corps units with FJ Fury[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]

Notes
Bibliography
  • Baugher, Joe. "North American F-86 Sabre." American Military Aircraft, 5 November 1999. Retrieved: 10 June 2011.</ref>
  • Allward, Maurice. F-86 Sabre. London: Ian Allen, 1978. ISBN 0-7110-0860-4.
  • Curtis, Duncan. North American F-86 Sabre. Ramsbury, UK: Crowood, 2000. ISBN 1-86126-358-9.
  • Dorr, Robert F. F-86 Sabre Jet: History of the Sabre and FJ Fury. St. Paul, Minnesota: Motorbooks International Publishers, 1993. ISBN 0-87938-748-3.
  • Knaack, Marcelle Size. Encyclopedia of US Air Force Aircraft and Missile Systems, Volume 1, Post-World War Two Fighters, 1945–1973. Washington, DC: Office of Air Force History, 1978. ISBN 0-912799-59-5.
  • Swanborough, F. Gordon. United States Military Aircraft Since 1909. London: Putnam, 1963. ISBN 0-87474-880-1.
  • Wagner, Ray. American Combat Planes – Second Edition. New York: Doubleday and Company, 1968. ISBN 0-370-00094-3.
  • Wagner, Ray. The North American Sabre. London: Macdonald, 1963. No ISBN.

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