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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom 2 (77-6397) - JASDF
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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom 2 (77-6397)




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ken kemper
Great Photo King..........

Great to see the F-4 Phantom anywhere
Mick Ames
Beautiful aircraft.
Leander Williams
I remember there used to be a saying about the Phantom when it first came out. The F-4 Phantom, an American jet fighter plane introduced in the 1960s, was the aviation equivalent of a muscle car; it was big, heavy and fast. ... An oft-quoted comment: “The F-4 is proof that even a brick can fly if you put a big enough engine on it; and the F-4 takes two!”
john cook
Doesn't look like a Brick to me.
Look's like a sleek Man Of War
a mentor
@John; Lender Williams is spot on, as even Navy fliers joked on the "flying brick" comment, after all with loss of power she came out of the sky on a 1/1 'glide slope'
serge LOTH
This Phantom is a legend!
David Duke
ahhh, the F-4...brings back many memories. I loaded munitions on F-4E's (the only version with a nose gun) 45 years ago for the USAF, and still have many scars on my head from dangling panels underneath, during "combat turns". Great noisy and smokey takeoffs with after burners a sight to see.
Great picture...thank you
steven polley
I still love the old F4 Phantoms. Quite an airplance in its day.
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