Publisher: F-86 Sabre Pilots Association
Country: United States Language: English
Main Genre: history
The F-86 Sabre Pilots Association was formed in 1981, exclusively for former F-86 Sabre pilots. “The stated goals of the association are to perpetuate the history of the F-86 Sabre, the units to which she belonged and the pilots who flew her. A second goal is to link old Sabre jocks with their buddies. The third goal is to perpetuate an accurate, patriotic portrayal of our national history and heritage”. Three issues of the official magazine, ‘Sabre Jet Classics’ is published each year – subscriptions from non-members are accepted. The magazine is edited by Larry Davis. Each issue contains a feature on a specific variant of the Sabre, plus numerous anecdotes and first person accounts of flying the Sabre in peace and war. Volume 1 Number 1 was dated Spring 1992 and the magazine was published quarterly for the first two volumes, before switching to three issues a year.
Further information: website: Sabre Jet Classics
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