Canadair Sabre Mk.6 23392 of No. 422 "Tomahawk" Squadron, No. 4 (Fighter) Wing, RCAF Station Baden-Söllingen, West Germany, circa 1955.
The Mk.6 version of the Sabre introduced the Canadian-built, two stage Orenda 14 engine, rated to 7,275 lbs of thrust. The wing leading edge slats were eventually re-introduced while retaining portions of the 6-3 wing configuration. The Mk.6 therefore acquired a superb combination of engine and aerodynamics and was widely regarded as the best "dog-fighter" of its era.