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Canadian Warplanes 6: Jets, McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo

McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo

Data current to 26 Nov 2019.

 (DND Photo via Chris Charland)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101010), No. 409 "Nighthawk" AW (F) Squadron based at CFB Comox, British Columbia.  This aircraft was part of Project Peace Wings.  It previously served with No. 425, No. 416 and No. 410 Squadrons respectively, before settling in at CFB Comox on 3 August, 1971.

The McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo was an all-weather interceptor fighter operated by the RCAF and the Canadian Forces between 1961 and 1987.  They were manufactured by the McDonnell Aircraft Corporation of St. Louis, Missouri for the USAF (as F-101s), and later sold to Canada.  Canada purchased F-101s in two batches.  The Royal Canadian Air Force purchased 56 F-101B and 10 F-101F aircraft from the United States in 1961.  The surviving first batch CF-101s were exchanged in 1970 – 1972 for 56 lower time USAF F-101B and 10 F-101F aircraft.  The second batch of Voodoos served as front line interceptors for the Canadian Armed Forces until the end of 1984.  Additionally, one further F-101 (a unique electronic warfare conversion) was leased to Canada from 1982 to 1987.

The Voodoos replaced the obsolete Avro CF-100 Canuck in the RCAF's all-weather fighter squadrons.  The Voodoo's primary armament was nuclear AIR-2A Genie unguided air-to-air rockets, and there was significant political controversy in Canada about their adoption.  Although they never fired a weapon in wartime, the CF-101 served as Canada's primary means of air defence from Quick Reaction Alert facilities at Canadian airbases.  Canadian Voodoo operations finally concluded in April 1987 and on their retirement, they were replaced with McDonnell Douglas CF-118 Hornet fighters.  Many examples are preserved in museums and parks in Canada and the USA.

 (CAF Photo via Mike Murphy)

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo formation (Serial Nos. 101001, 101002, 101003, 101004, 101005, and 101006), No. 410 Squadron.

The first deliveries of Voodoos to Canada took place under the designation Operation Queens Row between July of 1961 and May of 1962.  The delivery included 25 F-101B-115-MCs and 31 F-10B-120-MCs, all produced in 1959, and ten F-101F two-seat operational trainers, including four F-101F-116-MCs and six F-101F-121-MCs.  RCAF CF-101Bs and CF-101Fs were assigned new Canadian serial numbers using the last three digits of their USAF serials prefixed by the number 17.  The first 45 CF-101Bs and CF-101Fs entered operational service on 13 Nov 1961 with No. 410 "Cougar" Squadron based at Ottawa, Ontario.   Voodoos were flown by No. 409 "Nighthawk" Squadron based at Comox, British Columbia, No. 414 "Black Kinight" Squadron based at North Bay, Ontario, No. 416 "Lynx" Squadron based at Bagotville, Quebec, and No. 425 Squadron "Alouette" Squadron based at Chatham, New Brunswick. 

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (56), purchased in 1961: (Serial Nos. 17391,17392, 17394, 17395, 17396, 17397, 17398, 17399, 17401, 17402, 17403, 17404, 17405, 17406, 17408, 17409, 17410, 17411, 17433, 17434, 17435, 17436, 17438, 17439, 17440, 17441, 17442, 17444, 17445, 17446, 17447, 17448, 17450, 17451, 17452, 17453, 17455, 17456, 17457, 17459, 17461, 17463, 17464, 17467-17471, 17475, 17476, 17477, 17479, 17480, 17481, 17482, 17483), CF-101F Voodoo (10), purchased in 1961: (Serial Nos. 17393, 17400, 17407, 17437, 17443, 17449, 17460, 17466, 17472, 17478), for a total of 66 aircraft. 

In 1970-71, the 46 surviving CF-101Bs and CF-101Fs were exchanged with the USAF for 56 refurbished and modernized F-101B interceptors and ten new F-101F operational trainers under Operation Peace Wings.  These ex-USAF Voodoos were from earlier production batches, but had been upgraded with infrared sensors and improved fire control systems as part of Project Bold Journey.  In Canadian service, this new batch of 66 Voodoos were assigned consecutive serial numbers in the 101001 to 101066 range, with the ten CF-101Fs being given the numbers 101001/101007, 101022, 101024 and 101052. These modernized Voodoos remained in service with Nos. 409, 410, 416, and 425 Squadrons until replaced by McDonnell Douglas CF-188A and CF-188B Hornets in the early 1980s.

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (56), exchanged in 1970 – 1971:

(Serial Nos. 101008, 101009, 101010, 101011, 101012, 101013, 101014, 101015, 101016, 101017, 101018, 101019, 101020, 101021, 101023, 101025, 101026, 101027, 101028, 101029, 101030, 101031, 101032, 101033, 101034, 

101035, 101036, 101037, 101038, 101039, 101040, 101041, 101042, 101043, 101044, 101045, 101046, 101047, 

101048, 101049, 101050, 101051, 101053, 101054, 101055, 101056, 101057, 101058, 101059, 101060, 101061, 101062, 101063, 101064, 101065, 101066.  

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (10), (Serial Nos. 101001, 101002, 101003,101004, 101005, 101006, 101007, 101022, 101024, 101052)

 (NORAD Photo)

McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo (Serial No. 101038), No. 425 "Alouette" Squadron from CFB Bagotville, intercepting a Soviet Union Tupolev Tu-95 Bear bomber flying near the buffer zone that NORAD monitors around North America.

(RCAF Photo via Mike Kaehler)

McDonnell F-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17392).

 (RCAF Photo via Mike Kaehler)

McDonnell F-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17396).

(RCAF Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, RCAF (Serial No. 17435), and F-101 Voodoo, USAF, at Great Falls, Montana.

 (Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4118620)

McDonnell CF-101 Voodoos, 425 Squadron, North Bay, Ontario, 1966. 

(RCAF Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17440), with two AIM-4D missiles under the fuselage, ca 1960s.

 (RCAF Photo via Mike Kaehler)

McDonnell F-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17446).

 (RCAF Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoos RCAF (Serial No. 17447) and (Serial No. 17402).

 (RCAF Photo)

onnell CF-101B Voodoos RCAF (Serial No. 17447) and (Serial No. 17402).

 (DND Photo via James Craik)

McDonnell F-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17455), CFB Uplands, Ontario.

 (RCAF Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17456) and (Serial No. 17463), ca 1960s.

 (RCAF Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17458), with Sir Cedric, the Black Knight, CFB North Bay, Ontario, ca 1960s.

 (RCAF Photo via Mike Kaehler)

McDonnell F-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17467).

 (DND Photo via James Craik)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoos (Serial Nos. 17467 and 17408), No. 416 Squadron.

 (Library & Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4104845)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17467).  RCAF Personnel Cpl V. MacFadyen, Cpl J.G. Adams, Cpl. R. Leblanc and Cpl J.L. Mather, preparing to load a nuclear AIR-2A Genie unguided air-to-air rocket.  This weapon had the capability of being armed with a nuclear warhead.

 (DND Photo via Chris Charland)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101009) from CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron, firing an un-armednuclear AIR-2A Genie unguided air-to-air rocket.

 (DND Photo via Mike Kaehler)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17469) ex-USAF 59-0469), 409 Squadron, CFB Comox, British Columbia, ca 1960s.  

 (RCAF Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17480), ca 1960s.

 (DND Photo via James Craik)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17482).

 (RCAF Photo via Mike Kaehler)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 17482).

(Library and Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4014846)

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 101002) with missile, CFB Bagotville, Quebec.

(Library & Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4014847)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101007), No. 409 Squadron, CFB Comox, in flight over the Rockies.

(Library & Archives Canada Photo, MIKAN No. 4014847)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101007), No. 409 Squadron, over the Rockies.

 (DND Photo via James Craik)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101009), from CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron.

 (DND Photo via Chris Charland)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101010),  from No. 409 'Nighthawk' AW (F) Squadron based at CFB Comox, BC.

  (USAF Photo) 

McDonnell F-101B Voodoos (Serial No. 101012), ex-USAF 57-0293, and (Serial No. 101042), ex USAF 57-0375) intercepting a USAF Boeing B-52G-97BW Stratofortress (Serial No. 59-2580), aka "Miss Piggy", during exercise William Tell '80 near Tyndall Air Force Base, Florida, 1980.

 (USN Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101026) & (Serial No. 101059), No. 409 Nighthawk Squadron & three USN Douglas TA-4J Skyhawks, Fleet Composite Squadron VC-13 Saints.

 (DND Photo via James Craik)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101028), from CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron.

 (DND Photo via James Craik)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101046), from CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron,.

 (DND Photo via James Craik)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101046), from CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron.

 (Ron C. Miller Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101050) 409 in flight.

 (Ahunt Photo)

McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo (Serial No. 101060), No. 409 Squadron, CFB Comox, BC, 1982. 

 (CAF Photos via Mike Kaehler)

McDonnell CF-101 Voodoo (Serial No. 101048), No. 425 Squadron, being lifted by a giant crane after it turned off the runway too fast and its nose wheel collapsed.  Hangar 6 in the background.  The crane was nicknamed "Dino" after the Flintstones cartoon show. 

Former RCAF and CAF McDonnell CF-101 Voodoos preserved:

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 17400), USAF (Serial No. 59-0400) is under restoration at the Valiant Air Command Museum, Titusville, Florida as (Serial No. 59-0400).

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 17407), USAF (Serial No. 59-0407) is on display at Proctor, Minnesota as (Serial No. 59-0407).

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 17438), USAF (Serial No. 59-0438) formerly mounted on a pylon in Panama City, Florida, was submerged in the Gulf of Mexico along with USAF (Serial No. 56-0417) in 2014 as the basis for an artificial reef. 

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 17471), USAF (Serial No. 59-0471) being restored at the Historical Aircraft Memorial Museum, Tyler, Texas as (Serial No. 59-0471).

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 17478), USAF (Serial No. 59-0478) formerly mounted on a pylon in Panama City, Florida, was submerged in the Gulf of Mexico in 2014.

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 17483), USAF (Serial No. 59-0483) is on display at the Reno-Tahoe International Airport, Reno, Nevada as (Serial No. 59-0483).  It was the last F-101 built and is the only surviving RF-101B.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 101002), USAF (Serial No. 56-0260), from CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron, now on display inside the Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, Ontario.

 (Photo via Mark Moxley-Knapp)

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 101003), USAF (Serial No. 56-0262), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron,  Labrador Military Museum, CFB Goose Bay, Labrador.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 101006), USAF (Serial No. 56-0324).  This aircraft was the last Voodoo to fly in Canada, April 1987.  This aircraft was on display as part of the CFB Cornwallis Museum, Nova Scotia, for many years.  It was acquired by the Jet Aircraft Museum and has been moved to London, Ontario.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101008), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0268), from CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron, mounted on a pylon in the Air Force Heritage Museum and Air Park, 17 Wing, CFB Winnipeg, Manitoba.

 (Author Photos)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101011), USAF (Serial No. 57-0289), 16 Wing.  Base Borden Military Museum, CFB Borden, Ontario.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101015), USAF (Serial No. 57-0299), from CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron, mounted on a pylon in the Parc Commemoratif des Veterans, Levis, Quebec.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, (Serial No. 101021), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0321), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron.  This Voodoo is on display at the Hangar Flight Museum, Calgary, Alberta.

 (Articseahorse Photo)

McDonnell CF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 101022), USAF (Serial No. 57-0322), painted in RCAF No. 409 Squadron colours at Joint Base Lewis-McChord, McChord Air Museum, Washington, USA.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101025), USAF (Serial No. 57-0340).  Canada Aviation and Space Museum, Ottawa, Ontario.

 (Cantons-de-l'Est Photos)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101027), USAF (Serial No. 57-0341).  No. 410 Squadron painted on the left side, No. 425 Squadron painted on the right side, mounted on a pair of pylons in the exhaust.  Bagotville Air Defence Museum, 3 Wing, CFB Bagotville, Quebec.

 (CAF Photo via Fred Paradie)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101014), from CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101028), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0346), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, Hillsborough, New Brunswick.

 (Colin MacGregor Stevens Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, (Serial No. 101030), USAF (Serial No. 57-0354), C/N 532, formerly on display on the grounds of RRMC, Victoria.  This Voodoo was originally built for the USAF as an F-101B-90-MC, c/n 532.  It served in the USAF with the 444th Fighter-Interceptor Squadron at Charleston AFB in South Carolina.  As part of Operation Peace Wings, it joined the Canadian Forces on 28 July 1971, serving with No. 409 Squadron at CFB Comox.  Later it served with No. 425 Squadron at CFB Bagotville, Quebec.  It became Instructional Air Frame 827B on 11 July 1984 and was later struck off on 15 May 1990.  It was on display in Victoria, BC before moving to the Comox Air Force Museum, 19 Wing, CFB Comox, British Columbia.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101032), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0359), painted as (Serial No. 17425).  Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Alberta.

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101033), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0360), privately owned, partially disassembled, Uxbridge, Ontario.

  (Bzuk Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101034), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0362).  From CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, Royal Aviation Museum of Western Canada, Winnipeg, Manitoba.

 (Peter Overnell Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, (Serial No. 101035), USAF (Serial No. 57-0363), C/N 541, No. 409 Squadron, Abbotsford Airport, British Columbia.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101037), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0366), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron.  This aircraft is on display at Slemon Park (former CFB Summerside), Prince Edward Island.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101038), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0368).  from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, Reynolds-Alberta Museum, Wetaskiwin, Alberta.  It is painted as "Lynx One Canada" to match (Serial No. 101043) in the Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum in Nova Scotia.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101040), USAF (Serial No. 57-0373).  The RCAF purchased Voodoo 101040 from the United States Air Force in 1971.  The aircraft flew with No. 409 ‘Nighthawk’ Squadron, an air defence unit located in Comox, British Columbia, (thus the hawk image located on the tail).  It also flew with CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, New Brunswick, which became the last unit in the world to fly the Voodoo.  This Voodoo is on display at the National Air Force Museum of Canada, 8 Wing, CFB Trenton, Ontario.

 (John Quin Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo 101041 in service.

 (Author Photos)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101041), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0374).  This aircraft was presented to the 101st Air Refueling Wing by Canadian Forces (now RCAF) from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, New Brunswick.  It is currently painted as USAF (Serial No. 57-0377), 04, "MAINEiacs".  It was mounted on a pylon on 3 March 1987, at the Bangor Air National Guard Base, Bangor, Maine.

 (Range Control Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, RCAF (Serial No. 101042), USAF (Serial No. 57-0375).  Derelict as range target at CFB Gagetown, New Brunswick.

 (CAF Photo via Fred Paradie)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101043), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-00380), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101043), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0380), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron.  Painted as "Lynx One Canada". This Voodoo is on display at the Atlantic Canada Aviation Museum, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

  (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, RCAF (Serial No. 101044), USAF (Serial No. 57-0381), 044, C/N 559, from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, on display at the Edward J. Peterson Air and Space Museum, Colorado Springs, Colorado.

 (Author Photo, taken when this Voodoo was on display at CFB Ottawa)

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, RCAF (Serial No. 101045), USAF (Serial No. 57-0382), on display at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum, Mount Hope, Ontario.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101046), USAF (Serial No. 57-0384).  This aircraft flew with CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, from 1975 to 1982.  On May 1983 it became Instructional Airframe 817B.  Painted in CFB Bagotville-based No. 425 "Alouette" AW (F) Squadron colours.  It was struck off strength on 12 Feb 1990 and went on display at the Air Cadet Training Centre at CFB Trenton, Ontario, before coming to 5 CDSB Gagetown, New Brunswick, in 2011. This Voodoo is currently dis-assembled and in storage with No. 403 Squadron.

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101047), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0388), privately owned, cockpit only, Uxbridge, Ontario.

 (Luc Lemieux Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101051), USAF (Serial No. 0398), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, mounted on a pylon at Thetford Mines airport, Thetford Mines, Quebec.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, (Serial No. 101053), USAF (Serial No. 57-0418), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, mounted on a pylon, on the grounds of the former CFB Chatham, Miramichi, New Brunswick.

 (BluePanther51 Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101054), USAF (Serial No. 57-0420), painted black as EF-101B (Serial No. 101067), No. 414 (EW) Squadron, mounted on a pylon at 22 Wing, CFB North Bay, Ontario.

 (Krystle Wilson Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101056), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0426), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron.  Thgis Voodoo is on display at the Air Force Museum, 4 Wing, CFB Cold Lake, Alberta.

 (CAF Photo via Fred Paradie)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, (Serial No. 101057), USAF (Serial No. 57-0429), C/N 607, Hawk One, No. 409 Squadron.

 (bcrockcrawler Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo, (Serial No. 101057), USAF (Serial No. 57-0429), C/N 607, painted as "Hawk One Canada", No. 409 Squadron, mounted on a pylon at the CFB Comox Air Force Museum, 19 Wing, CFB Comox, British Columbia.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101060), ex-USAF (Serial No. 57-0433), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, mounted on a pylon in front of the Alberta Aviation Museum, Edmonton, Alberta.

 (Author Photo)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101063), USAF (Serial No. 57-0442), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron, in storage at the Shearwater Aviation Museum, 12 Wing, CFB Shearwater, Nova Scotia.  This aircraft is being transferred to the Canadian Museum of Flight, Langley, British Columbia.

 (Maxwell J. Toms Photos)

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. 101065), USAF (Serial No. 57-0444), from CFB Chatham-based No. 416 "Lynx" AW (F) Squadron.  This Voodoo is on display at the North Atlantic Aviation Museum, Gander, Newfoundland.

McDonnell CF-101B Voodoo (Serial No. unknown), USAF (Serial No. unknown), CFB Suffield, Alberta.

 (Bzuk Photo)

McDonnell EF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 101067).

 (DND Photo via Fred Paradie)

McDonnell EF-101F Voodoo (Serial No. 101067), the CAF "Electric Voodoo" used by No. 414 (EW) Squadron at CFB North Bay as an ECM aggressor aircraft with a distinctive all black paint scheme, to identify it from "friendly" Voodoos.  It was leased from the USAF in 1982 shortly before the Voodoos were retired from the CAF in 1984 and it continued to fly until it was returned to the USAF in 1987.  Ex USAF (Serial No. 58-0300), F-101B-105-MC.   It is currently on display at the Minnesota ANG Historical Museum, Minneapolis-St Paul Airport, Minnesota as a USAF 148th FIG aircraft.  Note that the aircraft on display at North Bay marked as (Serial No. 101067) is actually (Serial No. 101054).