Model Variants (Including Prototypes)
XF-88 - Prototype Interceptor Model designation on which the F-101 is based on.
YF-101 - Redesigned XF-88 lengthened fuselage; repositioned horizontal tail surfaces; larger engines; larger airframe.
F-101A - Single-Seat Fighter; initial production model of which 75 were produced 4 x 20mm cannons and up to 2,000lbs of external stores.
F-101B - Two-Seat All-Weather Interceptor; nuclear-capable; air-to-air missile armament suite; Hughes fire-control system; Pratt & Whitney J57-P-55 turbojet engines.
F-101C - Single-Seat Dedicated Fighter-Bomber similar to F-101A; "improved" Voodoo.
F-101D - Proposed Voodoo with J79 turbojets; never produced.
F-101E - Proposed Voodoo with J79 turbojet; never produced.
F-101F - Redesignated from TF-101B trainer models; dual-control trainer.
EF-101B - Single Example Radar Target based on F-101B model.
RF-101A - Reconnaissance Conversion Model based on the F-101A model; 35 examples produced.
RF-101B - Reconnaissance Aircraft; in-flight refueling capability via boom; 3 x KS-87B camera and 2 x AXQ-2 TV cameras.
RF-101C - Reconnaissance Platform based on the F-101C; reinforced airframe and camera equipment (the latter replacing armament suite).
RF-101G - F-101A models converted for reconnaissance.
RF-101H - Unarmed Reconnaissance Platform based on F-101C models.
TF-101B - Dual-Control Trainer Conversion models based on the F-101B; redesignated to F-101F.
NF-101A - Single Developmental Model for General Electric J79 turbojet engine tests.
NF-101B - F-101B model prototype based on F-101A.
YRF-101A - Two Prototype Reconnaissance Models based on the F-101A.
CF-101B - Canadian Designation for 56 exported surplus F-101B models.
CF-101F - Canadian Trainer Models based on the TF-101B/F-101F; 10 examples delivered.