F-4 Phantom Pictures
The F-4 Phantom II is one of the most successful military aircraft in history. A record-breaking wonder and an awesome fighting machine, this former king of the sky still flies in several air forces.
- Phantom Flyby - a QF-4 Phantom performs a very low overhead flyby, the aircraft is rolled right and seen from front right. Picture by Nial Bradshaw, USAF.
- Final Flight 1 - a QF-4 Phantom low overhead flyby, seen from right, during the Phinal Phlight event on Dec. 21, 2016 which marked the end of the Phantom's 53 years of service to the USAF. Picture by Eboni Prince, USAF.
- Final Flight 2 - a QF-4 Phantom flies low overhead, seen from front right, during the Phinal Phlight event on Dec. 21, 2016 which marked the end of the Phantom's 53 years of service in the USAF. Picture by Eboni Prince, USAF.
- F-4 Slow Flyby - a F-4 Phantom II making a low and slow flyby pass with the gear, flaps, and hook, all down. Seen from front left below under clear blue sky. Picture by Chris Flahive, USAF.
- Echelon formation - the same four F-4 Phantoms in a right echelon formation, seen from left. Picture by USAF.
- Three generations 1 - an F-4 Phantom leads a formation with an F-15C Eagle and F-22 Raptor. They represent three generations of twin-engine air superiority jet fighters from the 1960s to the 21st century. Picture by Daniel J. McLain, USN.
- Three generations 2 - the same formation, seen from right and below. Picture by Daniel J. McLain, USN.
- Bombs away - a F-4E Phantom II aircraft releasing eighteen bombs while on a shallow dive, seen from right. Picture by David Nolan, USAF.
- F-4 low pass - a F-4 Phantom making a very low pass during an air show.
- F-4 turning - a F-4 Phantom turning left during an aerobatics air show, seen from front.
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