List of Sabre and Fury Units in US Military

List of Sabre and Fury units in US military identifies the aircraft models, military branches, military units, and service years. The F-86 Sabre and FJ Fury was manufactured by the North American Aviation Company. Units existed in regular USAF, air national guards, navy squadrons, and marine squadrons.

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