The North American Aviation F-100 Super Sabre flew under the French flag between 1958 and 1978. About one hundred of these planes performed tactical nuclear missions when France was part of NATO before returning to their role as conventional fighter-bombers.
For Captain Michel Croci, a famous Super Sabre pilot, « a F-100 is big, it’s reassuring as well, strong, solid, aggressive, set firmly on its undercarriage (...). In a nutshell, a very efficient, solid and reliable war plane. »
|Diameter of the stator :||73 cm|
|Height of the light :||37 cm|
The half-moon stator comes from a Pratt & Whitney J-57 reactor in its P-21 version. Many variations of this reactor existed as it powered the B-52s, the U-2s, the F-8 Crusaders and many others.
A thin strip of white leds highlights the delicacy of the blades. The base is machined from 316 stainless steel.
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