Photos F-4 Phantom II Paradise

F-4Cs from the 184th Tac Fighter Squadron, Arkansas Air National Guard, at Nellis AFB. At Green Flag 81-3, April 1981
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F-4Cs from the 184th Tac Fighter Squadron, Arkansas Air National Guard, at Nellis AFB. At Gunsmoke air-to-ground competition, October 1983, chromed noses on the external fuel tanks
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No pics, but if any F-4 fan likes F-4 History, if they haven't already known about Operation Bolo then I think you should. Tuskegee instructor COL Chappie James Jr. and P-51 ace COL Robin Olds. Absolute legends.
 
F-4E 68-0517 (BT) in bicentennial colors during 12th NATO Tactical Weapons Meet at Twenthe AB, May 1976

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F-4G Phantom carrying an AGM-78 Standard Arm missile on its right wing and an ALQ-119 electronic countermeasures pod on its left wing.

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F-4C Phantom 63-0704 of the 122 TFS, 159 TFG, Louisiana ANG based at NAS New Orleans and seen at Luke AFB.

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A few of the "Coonass" jets carried unique grey aggressor schemes for a short time.
 
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