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The Canadair Sabre

The Canadair CL-13 Sabre was a licensed-built version of the North American F-86 Sabre. The early Mk.2 and Mk.4 versions were nearly identical to their North American Aviation counterparts, while the later Mk.5 and Mk.6 aircraft were equipped with the more powerful Canadian-built Orenda engine. Canadair Sabres served with the Air Forces of Canada, Germany, and Great Britain, and second-hand aircraft (mostly Mk.4) were later transferred or sold to Greece, Turkey, Italy, Pakistan, Columbia, Yugoslavia and Honduras.

Sabres Supreme - by Don Connolly

 

 

Sabres Supreme
by Don Connolly


Hawk One... Canada's Golden Wings - by Len Boyd

 

 

Hawk One... Canada's Golden Wings
by Len Boyd

2013
12 x 16 inches
Acrylics on stretched canvas

 

 

Iconic Walk - by Avi Barzel

 

 

Iconic Walk
by Avi Barzel

Flying Officer J.S. Randle of 422 Squadron on an iconic fighter pilot stroll-away from his Canadair CL-13 Sabre Mk 5. After a DND Photo via James Craik at silverhawkauthor.com.

2021
Maximum print size, 60 x 30 ins inches.
Mixed media; digital and acrylic.

 

 

Solo Sabre - by Peter Robichaud

 

 

Solo Sabre
by Peter Robichaud

A Canadair Sabre Mk 5 from the CFB Chatham Operational Training Unit (OTU), heading West at the mouth of the Mirimichi River. Below is the fishing community of Escuminac as well as Fox Island.

 


16 x 20 Inches
Acrylic on Canvas

 

 

Golden Hawk - by C. Grant Gulland

 

 

Golden Hawk
by C. Grant Gulland

16 x 20 Inches
Acrylic on Canvas

 

 

Out for the Evening - by Bob Poole

 

 

Out for the Evening
by Bob Poole

Two F-86 Sabres from the Transition Unit at CFB Chatham, NB. Circa 1967.

 


18 x 24 Inches
Acrylic on Canvas

 

 

Silver Sabre - by Harold Skaarup

 

 

Silver Sabre
by Harold Skaarup

A Sabre that flew out of CFB Chatham in the 1960s.

 

2016
18 X 24 Inches
Acrylic on Canvas

 

 

Rampant Lions - by Peter Robichaud

 

 

Rampant Lions
by Peter Robichaud

Canadair Sabre Mk 2s of 427 Lion Squadron, 1953

 


16 x 20 Inches
Acrylic on Canvas

 

 

Feeding Time - by Avi Barzel

 

 

Feeding Time
by Avi Barzel

RCAF Canadair CL-13 Sabres of the No.1 Air Division RCAF, refueling for a NATO competition. After an RCAF photo at silverhawkauthor.com.

Mixed media; digital and acrylic. Maximum print size, 80 x 50 inches. 2021

 

 

Sabre Rattling the Rockies - by Ken Mallett

 

 

Sabre Rattling the Rockies
by Ken Mallett

The Canadair Sabre 5 flown by the "Golden Hawks", the Royal Canadian Air Force's aerobatic flying team. The Canadair Sabre 5 was a variant of the North American Sabre F-86.

 

11 x 14 inches, Oil on Hardboard

 

 

Sabre 6, 444 Squadron - by Peter Robichaud

 

 

Sabre 6, 444 Squadron
by Peter Robichaud

444 Squadron Sabre Mk6. One of my first attempts at aviation painting, from around 2002

 


16 x 24 Inches
Acrylic on Canvas

 

 

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