Super Sabre

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149th Fighter Wing - History - Tactical Air Support
... During the summer of 1971 the 182d began to receive F-100D/F Super Sabre tactical fighter bombers ... was one of the first ANG squadrons to receive the Super Sabre, as most were being operated in South Vietnam at the time ... The Super Sabre was dedicated fighter-bomber, with no concession being made to a secondary air-superiority role and the squadron trained in using the fighter for ...
Crimson Commando - Fictional Character Biography
... As the Crimson Commando, he was one of a trio of World War II veteran super-heroes recruited to be a member of Freedom Force, the original government-sponsored mutant team ... along with his partners, Stonewall and Super Sabre, Bohannan had become a vigilante who captured criminals, released them and hunted them in Adirondack State Park in upstate New York ... Stonewall, Crimson Commando, and Super Sabre (who had been presumed dead) agreed to join Freedom Force, a U.S ...
188th Fighter Squadron - History - New Mexico Air National Guard - Cold War
... first Air National Guard unit to receive the North American F-100A Super Sabre was the 188th TFS of the New Mexico ANG, which received these planes in April 1958 ... received newer F-100C and twin-seat F-100F Super Sabre trainers being reassigned from Aerospace Defense Command to Tactical Air Command ... The unit flew over 6000 combat sorties in the F-100C Super Sabre and amassed over 630 medals and decorations before release from federal active duty in June ...
Super Sabre (comics) - Powers and Abilities
... Super Sabre was a mutant who had the power to run at tremendous speeds ... Super Sabre also had superhuman stamina and reflexes ... Super Sabre's metabolism required air, food, and water deprivation of any of these would diminish his speed and endurance ...

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    Midnight Special on a sabre track movering movering,
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    Robert Earl Hayden (1913–1980)