F-84F

This is our collection of the F-84F Thunderstreaks that have been pictured not only during their active service-life but also after withdrawal, in museums, as gate guards, or just dumped. Special focus (being the majority of the photos presented here) is on the aircraft that served with the Koninklijke Luchtmacht (KLu), the Royal Netherlands Air Force , but Streaks of other air forces are presented as well.

In the mid fifties the KLu (Koninklijke Luchtmacht) acquired 180 Republic F-84F Thunderstreaks, registered P-101 to P-277 and P-298…

The United States of America had large numbers of  Thunderstreaks in its USAF and ANG service; numerous Tactical Fighter…

FAF

The Armée de l’Air received  circa 125 Thunderstreaks. (more…)

We have seen the Thunderstreaks of the Belgian Air Force very frequently, both in operational conditions , in storage…

Between 1959 and 1966 the Turkish Air Force received nearly 300 second handed Thunderstreaks from France, Germany and the…

BAF (w.f.u.)

Many Thunderstreaks of the Belgian Air Force ended their service lives at the aircraft-depot at Koksijde AB. Most of…

This gallery deals with the Thunderstreaks that once flew with  the  Greek  Air Force. Many pictures were taken when…

Luftwaffe

No less than 450 F-84F’s were delivered to the Luftwaffe (that is to say the West German Air Force)…

In ITALY the Thunderstreaks equipped 8 air force squadrons: 5th at Rimini, 6th at Ghedi, 8th at Cervia, 36th…

Thunderstreaks of the KLu (out of service)

After their operational service about 30 Streaks were temporarily used as eye-catchers (“decoys”) at air-bases of the KLu: about…