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File:The F-86 "Sabre" on display at the Aerospace Museum of California.jpg

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USAF S/N 51-13082 is an F-86F-20-NH, built by North American Aviation in

Columbus, Ohio and delivered to the 126th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (ADC), Madison, Wisconsin on September 5, 1952. In July, 1953 it went to the 18th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (ADC), Minneapolis, Minn., with other assignments being to the 49th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (ADC), Dow AFB, Maine in May, 1954; 3595th Combat Crew Training Wing (ATC), Nellis AFB, Nevada in December, 1954; 3525th Combat Crew Training Wing (ATC), Williams AFB, Arizona; 21st Fighter Interceptor Squadron (ANG), Andrews AFB, Maryland in May, 1957; and the 115th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (ANG), Van Nuys, California in October, 1957. Its last unit of assignment was the 195th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (ANG), Van Nuys, California in April 1959. The aircraft was retired in October 1959 and loaned to AMVETS Post 55 in Goleta, California. It was transported to the museum in April 1986. Our aircraft is marked in the colors of the 115th Fighter Squadron, California Air National Guard; the oldest Air Guard unit in the state. The aircraft was assigned to that

unit in 1957-1959.
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The F-86 "Sabre" on display at the Aerospace Museum of California inside the museum's Exhibit Hall.

28 February 2019

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