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74-1638

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F-4E Phantom II at Nellis AFB, Las Vegas, NV - November 12, 2016

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Yvon Dionne
Love the picture. Last time I saw a Phantom fly was with the Angels!!
gwapo santa
i remember these planes in 70's in germany RAF Bruggen Wildenwrath & Gutersloh
Glenn Mottley
The Navy ones used a tail hook. A lot easier to repack and a little more effective than a chute. I remember these from the 70's too, but on the other side of the planet! I think it is one of the "baddest" looking fighters ever.
Bernd Gassmann
I was a crew chief for about 10 years at the famous RF-4-E at a german recce squadron (AG 51 "I") I love to see these pics of this mighty and beautiful aircraft.
... a super picture!
Dave Mathes
...and the saying, "you can put wings on a brick and make it fly".... still one of the most awesome aircraft ever flown.....my $.02
Beautiful aircraft ....Love the picture .
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