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USA - Air Force
North American F-86L Sabre
Dallas - NAS / Hensley Field (7TX2) (closed)
USA - Texas, July 1960
53-0987 (cn 201-431) This photo is of a F-86L part of the Texas Air National Guard in 1960 at NAS Dallas. The Guard commander took me over to the flight line in his staff car when I mentioned to him I wanted to build a scale model of the F-86D. This is the plane he let me photograph and sit in the cockpit, turned on the master and let me move the stick around and hear the power boosted controls. For a 16-year-old kid who loves airplanes, it doesn’t any better than that. First photo for the database. Brownie Starflex Camera
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