F-4

AcronymDefinition
F-4McDonnell Douglas Phantom Fighter Aircraft (Vietnam)
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The latest title in this long-lived series is on a truly American favorite, the McDonnell-Douglas F-4 Phantom II.
Also in 2014 Iran overhauled grounded F-4 and F-14 fighter jets.
The F-4 aircraft joined the Air Force fleet after making its maiden flight in Tehran.
DeBellevue flew the F-4 in Vietnam, where he had six confirmed kills--two against the Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-19 and four against the MiG-21, the most of any U.S.
Another two F-4 2020 fighter jets bombed the PKK targets in Sirnak province in southeastern Turkey on Friday evening and early on Saturday for twice, according to the report.
NEAM volunteer and restoration technician Jim McGuire contacted Lee, with whom he had worked in the past, to ask for PPG help in repainting the F-4, which is on loan to the museum from the U.S.
The two completed a project to take the last F-4 Phantom aircraft out of long-term storage and get it ready for conversion to a Q-F4 full-scale target drone equipped to carry electronic and infrared countermeasure devices.
Oil leaking from an aging F-4 fighter plane of Japan's Air Self-Defense Force prompted a temporary suspension of flights Friday at Nagoya airport, the airport operator said.
"F-4 Phantom Disappears--Search Is on for Two Aboard"
A Turkish opposition leader has claimed that the (http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/articles/355412/20120622/turkish-warplane-crashes-syria.htm ) F-4 Phantom fighter shot down off the Syrian coast was attacked by Russia, not the Syrian military.
Turkey Deputy Prime Minister Bulent Arinc on Monday accused Syrian forces of opening fire on its search-and-rescue plane during the search on Friday for the F-4 Phantom jet after it was hit by Syrian defense forces that morning.