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Friday, December 30, 2011

F4 Phantom fighter jet pictures gallery





US NAVY PHANTOM

Royal Navy Phantoms




RAF Phantom FG.1


Seen at RAF Wattisham, this F-4J (UK) Phantom of 74 Sqd has now been painted in the correct shade of grey for the RAF. Armed to the teeth with Sidwinders, the F-4 was still a potent weapons system right upto its retirement from RAF service







f4 Phantom Cockpit.

upgraded F-4E 2020 Terminator ground attack bombers



US NAVY McDonnell Douglas A-4E Skyhawk VC-1 and Marines McDonnell Douglas F-4J Phantom II VMFA-235


A Fighter Squadron 74 (VF-74) F-4J Phantom II aircraft lands aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS AMERICA (CVA-66).


Japanese Phantom




USMC - McDonnell Douglas F-4S Phantom II

On board the USS Midway Museum, an F-4 Phantom II in VF-51 circa 1974-5 colors.


Lieutenant Colonel Charles "Tuna" Hainline, an F-4 Phantom pilot from Holloman Air Force Base, and Lieutenant Colonel Michael "Dozer" Shower, an F-22A pilot from Langley Air Force Base, fly in echelon formation over the mountains of Tucson, Arizona during the final portion of the Air Combat Command Heritage Conference held at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base March 5, 2006. This year's conference inaugurates nine years of flying old warbirds with modern day fighters to include the Air Force's newest stealth fighter. (U.S. Air Force Photo by TSgt Ben Bloker)


Originally developed for the US Navy, the Phantom proved to be superior to the Sir Force's F-106 and was adopted by that service as well. It was the top US fighter during the Vietnam War, and continued to serve as a fighter-bomber and wild weasel (air-defense suppression) into the 1990s

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