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Phantoms

Post by 32FIS »

Hereby a selection of F-4 pictures photographed by myself and some of my correspondents/ friends over the years. I hope you like them.

Ton van Schaik


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Post by catbird »

Great shots Ton, the good old days
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catbird wrote:Great shots Ton, the GOOD OLD days

:exa: :agree:
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Post by Wildpicture »

Phantom phorever!!!
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Post by Gerard »

BEAUTIFUL! :shocked!:
(by the way, some pictures are in there twice)

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Post by GerritsFinest »

Welcome to this web Ton! Long time ago since we stood at the fence at Soesterberg! Sixties, seventies, eighties for us the best time ever! I really changed my life like many others. Ton can you confirm the date of the WS63638, according to our site http://www.sberg-sixties.nl/SBJul71.htm he visited only once : 09-07-1971. A example of other visitors that day: 2x WS F4C, 2x RS F4E and ...EB66 BV! Hope to see more of course!
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Post by Stephan Lodewijks »

You tricked us into believing you saw lots of F-4's in your days by showing the first 3 pics again at the end, but we will not be fooled!

:-) kidding aside, what an impressive set of pics...!! Lovely diversity of schemes and markings and, ofcourse, PHANTOMS! :shock: 8)

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Post by j.vander.velden »

Awesome pictures!!! I wish i was born some years earlier.....;-)
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Very nice. Seen some of the shown squadrons live but without a camera :( . Those times wil never return only in your thoughts.

Now-a-day Phantom operators still are:
Within Europe: Greece, Turkey.
Outside Europe: South Korea, Japan.
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Hornet69 wrote:Very nice. Seen some of the shown squadrons live but without a camera :( . Those times wil never return only in your thoughts.

Now-a-day Phantom operators still are:
Within Europe: Greece, Turkey.
Outside Europe: South Korea, Japan.
You forgot the best looking nowadays: Iran.
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And don't forget Egypt...
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Post by Bright Star Aviation »

We want more!!!!!!!!!
DU BIST WAS DU IST!
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Post by Stephan Lodewijks »

SquAdmin wrote:And don't forget Egypt...
And don't forget the USAF...

(I think the list is complete now :-))

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Post by Erik_7Xi »

jp 74 wrote:
Hornet69 wrote:Very nice. Seen some of the shown squadrons live but without a camera :( . Those times wil never return only in your thoughts.

Now-a-day Phantom operators still are:
Within Europe: Greece, Turkey.
Outside Europe: South Korea, Japan.
You forgot the best looking nowadays: Iran.
You both forgot the USAF! :)

I assume these still count as Phantoms?

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Post by alpha-kilo-61 »

Super nice set of Phantom pictures. the picture of the 3 Woodbridge f4d's its for me the winner because its look like you can feel the heat, what a sound 6 j79. thks Ton van Schaik. grz Johan
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