This is the T-33A "Thunderbird," as seen at the Hill Aerospace Museum. Weighing in at 14,000 pounds and with a maximum speed of 525 miles an hour, the Thunderbird was "designed for training pilots already qualified to fly propeller-driven aircraft," reads an information sign at the museum. "It was developed from the F-80 fighter by lengthening the fuselage some 38.5 inches."
The plane, which had one Allison J-33 turbojet engine producing 6,000 pounds of thrust, first flew in 1948, and was produced until 1959. All told, 5,691 T-33As were built.