F-4

AcronymDefinition
F-4McDonnell Douglas Phantom Fighter Aircraft (Vietnam)
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NEAM volunteer and restoration technician Jim McGuire contacted Lee, with whom he had worked in the past, to ask for PPG's help in repainting the F-4, which is on loan to the museum from the U.
The Turkish military will continue to use F-4 warplanes for five years and then transfer its system and personnel to F-35As, planned to be purchased after 2020, a security researcher says.
The United States eliminated the F-4 from its inventory several years ago, but about six countries in addition to Iran still fly them.
The F-4 saw its first Air Force combat deployment in 1965 in support of operations against North Vietnam.
A report by the Iranian army website said that Iranian experts at the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force (IRIAF) are now through with the overhauling operations of the F-4 and the Boeing-707.
Taking an F-4 Phantom from the desert floor at AM ARC and turning it into a target drone takes a lot of mechanical know-how.
The pilot of the F-4 jet that was on a test flight notified the control tower of an emergency after landing at the airport in Aichi Prefecture at around 3:45 p.
Erdogan said the Turkish army launched a search and rescue mission in international waters east of the Mediterranean, where the F-4 went missing from radar screen.
Field said the Great Barrington tornado of 1995 (which took the lives of three people) was classified with as F-4.
Meanwhile, Greek M-2000 jets that took off from Tanagra base harassed Turkish F-4 and F-16 jets conducting training flights for 15 minutes beginning at 10.
Mills disappeared in an F-4 Phantom while on a night low-level bombing mission on Sept.
Saturday, with displays, aviation vendors and music by an Air Force band at Boeing Plaza, under the pedestal-mounted F-4 Phantom fighter jet at Sierra Highway and Lancaster Boulevard.