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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom 2 (N80743) - The final landing of this retiring F4 at the ROKAF F4 Phantom retirement ceremony.
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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom 2 (N80743)

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The final landing of this retiring F4 at the ROKAF F4 Phantom retirement ceremony.

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21voyageur
Posting incorrectly once? Amateur. Twice? Fundamental problem. Will this site ever get its act together? Knock knock? Editor? Anybody home?
Dave Mathes
...mind blowing critique...
Bill Butler
Huh???
Mark Lauden
If you look at his comment history, all he does is flame people. Someone needs a hug...
Keith Brown
ROKAF was still flying F-4s up until now?? I spent a lot of time there in the 80s and they were flying them then. I was stationed at Clark, we had RF-4s, and it was heaven for me, because it's always been one of my favorite aircraft. I watched one auger in though one day on takeoff, maintenance screwed up somehow and one of the wings folded, WSO ejected before it was completely inverted, but pilot did not. One of the days I'll never forget...
C J
Imagine being dumb enough to think that FlightAware employs editors to correct user data on an airplane picture forum. Godspeed, brave moron.
David Calder
Wish I could hear that picture.
Rick D
CJ
Imagine being dumb enough to think that FlightAware employs editors to correct user data on an airplane picture forum. Godspeed, brave moron.

Speaking of which, why post something like this? If you think you are a wit, you would be half right.
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