One of the most successful jet fighters was the North American F-86 Sabre. The day fighter and all weather versions of the aircraft are used in almost all Western countries, remaining in front line service for almost 20 years. It was built in developed countries. The first prototype flew on Oct. 1, 1947 .The Sabre was an immediate success and went into service in February, 1949. Membership is limited to those jocks that have flown the F-86 aircraft. All F-86 Wings of the Koran war is heavily represented as units in CONUS, Europe, Far East, ANG and Reserves. The current membership exceeds 1000.International association with members representing 7 countries. 3 of our members became Chief of Staff Air Force for their respected countries.
1. The association is to perpetuate the history of the F-86 Sabre.
2. Second goal is to link old Sabre jocks with their buddies.
3. Perpetuate an accurate, patriotic portrayal of our national history and heritage. Numerous projects is conducting to reach the goals.
4. Three issues of our magazine, "Sabre Jet Classic" are published each year. We accept subscriptions from non-members for this magazine, ($25/year).