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Photo ID: 0907307
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Republic F-105B Thunderchief
Riverside - March ARB (AFB / Field) (RIV / KRIV)
USA - California, October 1993
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57-5803 (cn B40) Wearing an interesting colour scheme at the March Field Museum in late 1993, this rare F-105B Thunderchief was last operated by the 466th TFS / 419th TFW, an AFRES unit based at Hill AFB in Utah.
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Photo ID: 0747216
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Republic F-105B Thunderchief
Riverside - March ARB (AFB / Field) (RIV / KRIV)
USA - California, February 14, 2004
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57-5803 / HI (cn B40) Preserved at March Field Museum.The F-105 Thunderchief was the heaviest US single seat, single engine fighter ever built. The extreme weight earned it the unofficial nickname "Thud" or "The Lead Sled".
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Republic F-105B Thunderchief
Riverside - March ARB (AFB / Field) (RIV / KRIV)
USA - California, February 1984
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57-5803 / HI (cn B40) Last assigned to 466 TFS/419 TFW "Diamondbacks" at Hill AFB, Utah. This AFRES unit was last to fly the F-105. Now preserved in March AFB Museum. When I photographed this bird, she was parked in a car parking lot across the street from the museum.
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