Daron Worldwide F-100D Super Sabre Model Airplane

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Although originally intended to serve as a follow-up to the F-86 Sabre, the supersonic F-100 Super Sabre found itself serving as a fighter-bomber instead of a purely air-superiority fighter. Despite some design and performance difficulties, the F-100 was placed into service in 1954, but was grounded within months. A follow-up F-100D variant proved more successful, and was accepted into U.S. military service, seeing combat in both the Korean and Vietnam conflicts. Exported to several NATO air for