The armament and fire control system of U.S. F-105B Thunderchief fighter bomber being explained.
United States USA Date:1957, October 1 Duration:1 min 48 sec Sound:Yes
Different features of the U.S. Air Force F-105B Thunderchief fighter bomber. An animated and actual footage explains the armament and fire control system of the F-105B. A pilot climbs into U.S. Air Force RF-84F Thunderstreak. A rear view of the aircraft as it taxis. Insignia of the United States. Tthe bomb pylon as the bomb is being released. RF-84F in flight as the bomb is dropped. Explosion on the ground. A jet aircraft in flight and vapor trails comes out from the engine. The F-105B in flight and the bomb bay opens. Bomb bay shows special weapon being dropped. The number printed on the side of the weapon is '28-5 and T-5'. A ground tent firing of F-105B armament. The F-105B taxis on a taxi strip. The aircraft climbs rapidly after the take off.
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