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Republic F-105F 'Thunderchief'

Description
Notes: Two place version of F-105D.
  Manufacturer:Republic
  Base model:F-105
  Designation:F-105
  Version:F
  Nickname:Thunderchief
  Designation System:U.S. Air Force
  Designation Period:1948-Present
  Basic role:Fighter

Specifications
Not Yet Available

Known serial numbers
62-4412 / 62-4447, 63-8260 / 63-8366

Examples of this type may be found at
MuseumCityState
Cavanaugh Flight MuseumAddisonTexas
McConnell AFBMcConnell AFBKansas
Pacific Coast Air MuseumSanta RosaCalifornia

F-105F on display

Cavanaugh Flight Museum

McConnell AFB

Pacific Coast Air Museum
  


 

Recent comments by our visitors
 Jim Price
 Kilmarnock, VA
There were 143 F-105F's built
10/28/2013 @ 06:42 [ref: 68131]
 Jim Price
 Kilmarnock, VA
https://sites.google.com/a/mapsairmuseum.org/f-105b-57-5820/
I would love to be able to send you an E-Mail to let you know whatever happened to the F-105B you asked about, but i don't have access to your address. I have included a link to the MAPS air museum since the one on this website is not correct
04/02/2013 @ 06:31 [ref: 67704]
 GD
 , VA
Dad flew 100 wild weasel missions over North Viet Nam in one of these back in 1967.
Awesome bird.
07/17/2008 @ 10:39 [ref: 22160]
 Henry Busch
 Barryville, NY
My dad worked for Republic from 1937 (Seversky) to 1972 Fairchild Republic.

F-105 production ended in 1964. The factory ceased operation in 1987 and the site was sold in 1988 destined to become a shopping mall which is what it is today.

F-105F 63-8261 survived the war. It was one of the last three F-105Fs to fly at the Official retirement ceremony "THUD OUT" held at Hill AFB, UT in 1984. She now resides at Heritage Park, Little Rock, AR.

F-105B is located at Fort Meade, FL. It was used for Battle Damage Repair Training. Last I seen it, it was in pretty bad shape.

02/05/2008 @ 08:33 [ref: 19559]
 Don Friedman
 , VA
My father worked at Republic Aircraft from 1940 t0 1965 when they closed the doors. My father helped build the very first F-105 built and I recently came across a picture of him and his crew at Republic Aviation on the first F-105F built S/N 62-4412 if anybody is interested. It actually still being built in the picture.

Cheers,

Don Friedman
12/30/2007 @ 13:26 [ref: 19091]
 James Granlund
 Brooklyn, OH
Does anybody have information on an F-105B with the serial number 57-5820? If anybody does can you e-mail it to me?
10/11/2004 @ 20:37 [ref: 8437]
 Carlton Ardery
 redondo beach, CA
My father flew the 105f on its maiden flight June 11, 1963.

Great web site!
03/19/2002 @ 00:00 [ref: 4534]
 r b
 , TX
there is a f-105g or f ... ??? at eureka springs arkansas, that is in great need of fixing up to be displayed at the aviation cadet museum there , if anyone can help him out his e-mail is av1cadet@arkansas.net tere also is an f-100 if anyone can help with either please contact.
11/15/2001 @ 22:51 [ref: 3644]
 Randy Miller
 Brazil, IN
There is a 105D at the Grissom Air Museum Air Park along US 31 in central Indiana. This base is now closed except for AFRES and Civil Air Patrol operations but the museum is open daily and worth a visit. The tailcode is IN which is nonsensical as this was the tailcode of the AFRES 930 TFG which flew A-37s and A-10s before disbandment. They never flew Thuds.
10/19/2001 @ 11:43 [ref: 3432]
 George Renfro
 McKinney, TX
There is a F-105D on display off Interstate 80 between Omaha and Lincoln, Nebraska. It is an advertisement for the SAC Museum. It is mounted on a pedestal.
07/03/2001 @ 22:15 [ref: 2578]

 
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