Development progress report of U.S. F-105 Thunderchief fighter bomber in the United States. U.S. Air Force YF-105A Thunderchief being towed. Republic maintenance men work on TF-105B on a ramp. The emergency hydraulic ram air turbine being extended from fuselage and then retracted. A bluff-shaped B-1 bomb being towed out and positioned under YF-105 on the ramp. Bluff-shaped B-8 bomb being lifted up into the YF-105A bomb bay. YF-105A taxis at the Edwards Air Force Base. Flyover of YF-105A. The wing tips and horizontal stabilizers being coated with high visibility paint. YF-105A in flight. A bomb bay and bluff shaped B-8 bomb drops towards the ground. Artwork depicts position change of the horizontal stabilizers. F-105B on dry lake bed after landing gear failure during the first flight. A truck mounted crane lifts the F-105B off the dry lake bed. F-105B with gear extended being towed by a tug on the dry lake bed. Two airmen work in the control room at the Edwards Air Force Base. A F-105B turns to the left and taxis towards the runway. Airmen work in the control tower. F-105 B taxis and takes off and retracting its landing gear. F-105 climbs after the take off.
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