The swept-wing F-84F was built in 1954 at Fairfax Field in Kansas City. Empennage assemblies were provided by Cessna and flaps and ailerons were built by Beechcraft. The USAF Thunderbirds have flown the straight-wing version of the F-84.
One Wright J-65-W-3 turbojet, thrust 7,220lb
810 mi. (with drop tanks)
Gross 27,000 lbs.
6× .50 in (12.7 mm) Browning M3 machine guns, up to 6,000lb of rockets and bombs, including one Mark 7 nuclear bomb.
Span 33 ft. 7 in.
Length 43 ft. 4 in.
Height 14 ft. 4 in.