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F-84G Thunderjet RR

Item No. 1321
Immediately after the Second World War, the American company Republic, began working on a new turbo-jet fighter-bomber. Β F.84 Thunderjet was developed on a simple but effective design Β  with a large frontal air intake, straight wings and a robust tricycle landing gear. Thanks to the General Electric

Description

Immediately after the Second World War, the American company Republic, began working on a new turbo-jet fighter-bomber. Β F.84 Thunderjet was developed on a simple but effective design Β  with a large frontal air intake, straight wings and a robust tricycle landing gear. Thanks to the General Electric / Allison J35 turbo-jet engine, F-84 Thunderjet was able to reach 1,000 Km / h. It was armed with six 12.7 mm machine guns and it could carry an offensive load of nearly 900 kg.

The F-84G, entered production in 1951, is one of the latest versions of the Republic fighter-bomber. In addition to the USAF it was used by many NATO countries, including several fighter-bomber squadrons of Italian Aeronautica Militare, in accordance with the Mutual Defence Assistance Act.

F-84G Thunderjet RR

Item No. 1321
Immediately after the Second World War, the American company Republic, began working on a new turbo-jet fighter-bomber. Β F.84 Thunderjet was developed on a simple but effective design Β  with a large frontal air intake, straight wings and a robust tricycle landing gear. Thanks to the General Electric

Description

Immediately after the Second World War, the American company Republic, began working on a new turbo-jet fighter-bomber. Β F.84 Thunderjet was developed on a simple but effective design Β  with a large frontal air intake, straight wings and a robust tricycle landing gear. Thanks to the General Electric / Allison J35 turbo-jet engine, F-84 Thunderjet was able to reach 1,000 Km / h. It was armed with six 12.7 mm machine guns and it could carry an offensive load of nearly 900 kg.

The F-84G, entered production in 1951, is one of the latest versions of the Republic fighter-bomber. In addition to the USAF it was used by many NATO countries, including several fighter-bomber squadrons of Italian Aeronautica Militare, in accordance with the Mutual Defence Assistance Act.