Monday, December 25, 2017

F4H-1F (F-4A) Phantom II Photos (BuNo. 145315)

Untitled 1 A few photos of the 16th F4H-1F (F-4A) Phantom II, BuNo. 145315. Taken at an NAS Memphis Air Show in 1988. Credit: Troy Prince

This aircraft is now in Marines marking and preverved at USS Lexington Museum in Corpus Christi Texas (See last few photos).

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Anonymous said...

Thank you for all the great F-4 and F-15 photographs.

Wishing you a Happy New Year.

Best Regards,

Unknown said...

Memphis in 1988?
Why was she still flying around then?
Or... was she?

Unknown said...

F4 145315 was the oldest Phantom we had at NATC pax River in the 60s. It was the first aircraft to accumulate 1000 hours, and was sent to NAF Litchfield in Arizona. It was great to see that it survived and is now in a museum. In the older picture you can see the NATC Service Test “S” on the tail. Surprised that she was flown to Memphis in 88.

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