A flight research program was conducted using a modified F-106B aircraft with an underwing-nacelle - engine installation to investigate installation effects on a wedge nozzle with retracted shrouds from Mach 0.70 to 1.10. These configurations simulated the subsonic flight geometries of a variable-geometry wedge nozzle design for Mach 2.70 operation. The nozzle was tested with a J85-GE-13 turbojet engine, and data were compared with that of 0.34-scale isolated wind tunnel model. Data are also compared with the flight results of a boattail plug nozzle and a cylindrical nacelle plug nozzle. A favorable installation effect occurred from Mach 0.82 to 0.96 with a nominal 4-percent corrected secondary weight-flow ratio. This favorable effect resulted from changes in pressure forces on the nozzle surfaces. The wedge nozzle gross thrust coefficient was about the same as the boattail nacelle plug nozzle and 2.50 to 1.30 percent higher than the cylindrical nacelle plug nozzle over the subsonic Mach number range.