F11-1F Super Tiger
Location: China Lake Museum
Only two Super Tigers were ever produced and the China Lake Museum is home to the only one still in existence today.
The Grumman F11F/F-11 Tiger is a supersonic, single-seat carrier-based United States Navy fighter aircraft in operation during the 1950s and 1960s. The F11F/F-11 was also used by the Navy Blue Angels flight team from 1957–1969.
The Aircraft on display at China Lake is the second prototype F11F-1F (BuNo 138647) it was retired on 10 January 1961 and used as a ground training aircraft before being retired and put on display.
Length: 48 ft 9 in (14.85 m)
Wingspan: 31 ft 8 in (9.65 m)
Height: 14 ft 4 in (4.36 m)
Wing area: 250 ft² (23.25 m²)
Empty weight: 13,810 lb (6,277 kg)
Loaded weight: 21,035 lb (9,561 kg)
Max. takeoff weight: 26,086 lb (11,833 kg)
Powerplant: 1 × General Electric J79-GE-3A turbojet
Dry thrust: 12,533 lbf (53.3 kN)
Thrust with afterburner: 17,000 lbf (75.6 kN)
Maximum speed: Mach 2.04 (1,400 mph, 2,253 km/h) at 40,000 ft (12,192 m)
Range: 1,536 mi (1,336 nmi, 1,826 km)
Service ceiling: 59,000 ft (19,980 ft)
Guns: 4 × 20 mm (.79 in) Colt Mk 12 cannon, 125 rounds per gun
Hardpoints: 4 with a capacity of - and provisions to carry combinations of:
Missiles: AIM-9 Sidewinder