Built by Republic Aviation Corporation of Farmington New York, in December 17, 1954, the museum acquired the F-84F from the National Guard May 2006. Known as the Thunderstreak, this aircraft saw action in Europe at Toul-Rosieres Air Force Base and during the Berlin Crisis at Araumont Air Force Base in France.
Wing Span 33 feet 7 inches, weight 14,025 Lbs., armament six 50 cal. machine guns, with 2.75 inch rockets, 500 lb bombs, and could carry a MK7 nuclear bomb. The engine is a Wright J65-W-3 with 7,220 lbs thrust, Maximum speed 685 MPH. Cost: $769,000. The aircraft can be viewed at the Springfield Flying Service located 2546 East Division, Springfield, Missouri.