A while back, I was involved in a discussion in the Tech/Ops forum about a skydiver who was going to try to beat the world record for the longest "Freefall" from a weather balloon. The conversation was about the kind of equipment the skydiver would need, such as a High Altitude NASA spacesuit, etc, to protect against the extremely low pressure, low temperature, ultraviolet rays, and so on.
Fighter Jet pilots were mentioned in the many postings, regarding how their cockpits are fully pressurized, partially pressurized, or not pressurized at all.
This got me wondering. Of all the performance charts I have read on many types of fighter jets, I don't recall any stats about whether their cockpits were pressurized or not. My own feelings tell me that fighter pilots only wear G-suits to protect against High G forces. You don't see them wearing spacesuits like the pilots of High Altitude RECON aircraft like the SR-71, and U2.
So my question is...Are any of the aircraft listed below pressurized at all?
T-33 Silver Star
F-5 Tiger II
A-7 Corsair II
F-100 Super Sabre
F-102 Delta Dagger
F-106 Delta Dart
F-117 Night Hawk
F-23 Black Widow
To name a few.
If there are any Fighter's that you would like to discuss that are not on this quick list, such as the Jaguar, Draggen, Viggen, Euro Fighter, Toronado, etc, please do.