Saturday, April 11, 2015

The F-4 Phantom II “Spook” Symbol

spookSpook 18In 1962, MCAIR Technical Artist Anthony "Tony" Wong put pen to paper and created the symbolic spirit of the F-4 Phantom II. Tony’s nameless little figure swiftly and silently stole the hearts and imaginations of everyone who ever had an association with the Phantom II.” Read the whole McAir Product Support article from 1988 here. The last photo is a copy of the Spook done for my Loft Lines engineering department in the late 1960’s. Anyone have others?

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