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74-1638

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Phantom phlying at Aviation Nation Nov 12 2016

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ian mcdonell
phantastic
greg norris
Always great to see the Phantom - fabulous shot - earlier this year I was amazed to see 2, in service, Greek Phantoms at the International Air Tattoo at Fairford. They just keep going! I wonder if all the computer run aircraft will prove as durable?
Dave Sheehy
Nice angle-shows slotted stabilator
Pablo Rogina
@Dave, I guess you're referring to the leading edge of the right wing :-)
John Locke
Pablo;
He means the stabilator. The E and the J/S had slotted stabilators which you can see pretty well on the left stab.
doug ogle
Very nice shot! I once kicked the tires on these in Korat!
Kevin Haiduk
I have been in love with this plane for more than 30 years when I built it as a model!
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