|MD F-4 Phantom|
McDonnel Douglas F-4 Phantom
The F-4 Phantom, was one of the most successful jet fighters of the last 40 years, with over 4000 being manufactured. It serves with many air forces around the world, still. It's a big powerful fighter, that took on many roles during its active life. Even in retirement the USAF continues to fly a few for research and as target drones (QF-4's). Originally designed as a Navy fighter, it was soon adopted by the Air Force.
Seymour-Johnson AFB open day, 1990. One of the last Wild Weasel aircraft in the static park.
Seymour-Johnson AFB open day, 1990. An RF-4C, late in life.
F-4 tails cross the desert. A Navy demobed
The Davis Monthan Boneyard's collection of F-4's many will see service as QF-4's.
Note that these aircraft are stored with their long range tanks. D-M '98
RF-4 in storage at Davis Monthan, Aug '98
F-4B, USS Intrepid, New York NY (2002)
F-4B & J-79 engines, Carolina Air Museum, Charlotte, NC (Oct 2004)
F-4C, USAF Museum, Dayton, OH (Oct 2004)
F-4G Wild Weasel, USAF Museum, Dayton, OH (Oct 2004)
F4's Phantom registry
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