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Synonyms for sabre

a fencing sword with a v-shaped blade and a slightly curved handle

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a stout sword with a curved blade and thick back

cut or injure with a saber

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kill with a saber

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On 7 September, 1965, Squadron Leader Shabbir Syed led a flight of four F-86s on two separate strike missions against Kalaikunda, during which he and his flight destroyed on the ground ten Canberra light bombers and two unidentified enemy aircraft.
With over 15,000 hours of flying time, Fullerton piloted 135 different types of aircraft, including full qualification in the T-33, T-34, T-37, T-39, F-86, F-101, F-106, F-111, F-14, X-29, KC-135, C-140, B-47.
Why did the Hawker Hunter take so long to enter operational service, allowing the North American F-86 to dominate world export sales?
F-86 II concept Main Specifications Length 4,235 mm Width 1,795 mm Height 1,270 mm Wheelbase 2,570 mm Engine Four-cylinder horizontally opposed DOHC engine
began licensed production of the F-86, as the company will have to terminate its production of the F-2 after delivering the aircraft for fiscal 2011 through March 2012.
After the suspension of the United States military aid to Pakistan, Iran was reported to have purchased 90 F-86 Sabre Jet Fighters from West Germany and to have sent them to Pakistna along with thanks, spare parts and other arms.
In 1957, he won a then-unprecedented $550,000 award for a 12-year-old boy who lost a leg when a DC-7 airliner collided overhead with an F-86 fighter and crashed onto a Pacoima schoolyard.
In traditional measures of aircraft performance, the principal communist fighter plane, the MiG-15, was superior to the American F-86 .
Before joining NASA, Kranz flew F-86 Sabres in the Air Force during the Korean War.
SUPER SABRE The successor to the Korean War's F-86 the F-100 flew with the USAF until 1971; ROLL OF HONOUR: Eric collecting his degree and, main pic, in 1939
The CF104 replaced the Canadair F-86 Sabre Mark 6 and the Avro Canada CF-100 Canuck in the 12 squadrons of the Canadian First Air Division that served with NATO forces in Europe.
General Troup Miller played host for the Americans, while the Liverpool VIPs were led by the Lord Mayor, Alderman WJ Tristram, with ceremonial handshakes in front of an F-86 Sabre jet fighter Picture: DAILY POST ARCHIVE
Or the valor of Airmen in the 4th and 51st Fighter Wings flying those single-engine F-86 Sabres out over the frozen Yalu River to ensure that the entire peninsula was safe from aerial attack.
TAT's crash was an F-86 engine failure that forced him to eject.
The A-4C joins a museum collection that includes an A-6 Intruder, an F-86 Sabrejet, a MIG -17, replicas of WWI and WWII fighter planes, and ultralight aircraft.