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66-7640

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corsair2
How old is this picture, Habujet? According to Joe Baugher's web site, 66-7640 went to the boneyard January 1990.

Here we see her in happier times, attached to the Alabama ANG and launching from Nellis AFB for a practice bombing mission. (Note the Mk 75 25 pound practice bomb under the starboard wing!)
steve elliott
Mighty Mighty Fine Fighter
John Locke
SUU-23 gun pod on the centerline.
Gerald Marks
DOES ANYONE HAVE PICS OF MISSISSIPPI 186 ARG BIRD?
roland pfeifer
The burner is lit & it;s time to go.
Bruce Stafford
Sometimes an aircraft just has to look menacing to do the job. The F-4 was that kind of aircraft. So fortunate to have a number on display around the country including here at Tinker. Beautiful just does not describe that plane.
Mike Cartwright
Used to watch those Phantoms take off from Da Nang Airbase on night missions to the north. Afterburners glowing for a few minutes after takeoff was something for a young soldier to see!
Monroe Smith
I was one of the guys to work on the first F-4's when the AF got them in Feb 1963. We got 27 F-4B models & trained on them until the first F-4C showed up on 22 Nov 63. 4453rd.com
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corsair2 this photo was taken during Oct 87'during the biannual Gunsmoke competition.
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