Oshkosh Air Show photo of F-86 at 2388 x 1468 as posted on Wikipedia.
Power: General Electric J47-GE-17B turbojet engine
3,402 kg / 7,500 lb afterburning thrust
Max. Speed: 1138 kph / 707 mph
Ceiling: 16,640 m / 54,600 ft
Range: 1,344 km / 835 miles
Climb: 3,660 m / 12,000 ft per minute
Empty: 5,656 kg / 12,470 lb
Max. Take Off: 7,756 kg / 17,100 lb
Wingspan: 11.3 m / 37 ft 1 in
Wing Area: 26.76 sq m / 288 sq ft
Length: 12.29 m / 40 ft 4 in
Height: 4.57 m / 15 ft
6 - 12.7 mm / 0.50 in M2 Browning Machine Guns (1,602 rounds total)
5,300 lb payload on 4 hardpoints -
often 2 - 1,000 lb bombs + 2 - 200 gallon Drop Tanks
24 - 70 mm / 2.75 in unguided Mighty Mouse high explosive rockets (F-86D)
in place of machine guns
F-86 versus MiG 15
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A rare in flight side by side comparison of two legendary foes over MiG Alley during the Korean War taken by Richard Seaman and the 2006 Chino Air Show. The image is 980 x 668.
MiG Alley adversaries
Richard Seaman posted this 826 x 705 MiG 15 and F-86 image on his 2006 Nellis Air Show page. The photo is just about halfway down the page.
Cockpit of Korean War vintage F-86
The 800 x 551 F-86 cockpit photo is posted at Military Factory.
F-86 cockpit identification diagram
You'll find this 850 x 760 F-86 cockpit diagram at reddit. It's interesting that the canopy-jettison and seat-ejection have separate levers. It would be tragic to panic and fire the seat-ejection first.
F-86 ejection seat
The ejection seat diagram is 1452 x 2056 at 200 dpi. It's located at Cybermodeler. They also feature a different military photo each day and access to their DoD archives.
F-86 skin panels removed
Wikipedia has this 4272 x 2848, 240 dpi revealing image of the inner workings of an F-86.
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