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Photo ID 230369 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 72 0155
Photo ID: 230369
363 TRW / 12 TRS. Photographer unknown
Photo ID 225219 by Gerrit Kok Collection. USA USA McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 66 0470
Photo ID: 225219
363 TRW / 62 TRS. 'Coronet Heron' deployment. Photo credit: G. v.d. Veen
Photo ID 198630 by Eric Tammer. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 69 0377
Photo ID: 198630
363TRW, a/c was w/o on 17JUN83
Photo ID 187065 by David F. Brown. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 69 0363
Photo ID: 187065
Written off August 28, 2014 as QRF-4C AD415.
Photo ID 175031 by Eric Tammer. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 65 0936
Photo ID: 175031
363TRW
Photo ID 132409 by David F. Brown. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 65 0879
Photo ID 77644 by JUAN A RODRIGUEZ. USA Air Force Martin B 57E Canberra, 55 4274
Photo ID: 77644
The B-57E version of the plane was the first aircraft in the U.S. inventory specifically built for towing aerial targets. The B-57E could be converted to a bomber and a number of them were converted to replace combat loses in Vietnam!
Photo ID 72942 by Johannes Berger. USA Air Force Martin B 57E Canberra, 55 4274
Photo ID: 72942
On static display at the Pima Air and Space Museum.
Photo ID 72420 by Mark. USA Air Force Martin B 57E Canberra, 55 4274
Photo ID: 72420
Photo ID 72329 by Arie van Groen. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 67 0461
Photo ID: 72329
Photo ID 72033 by JUAN A RODRIGUEZ. USA Air Force Martin B 57E Canberra, 55 4274
Photo ID: 72033
The B-57 is one of only two major combat aircraft of foreign design adopted for use by the US military since the end of World War II. The first British built Canberra arrived in the US in 1951 and US built aircraft began flying 2 years later!
Photo ID 71891 by Arie van Groen. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 67 0428
Photo ID: 71891
Photo ID 70539 by Arie van Groen. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 68 0576
Photo ID: 70539
Photo ID 70211 by Arie van Groen. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 66 0453
Photo ID: 70211
Photo ID 61031 by Rick Morgan. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 66 0473
Photo ID: 61031
62nd TRS/363rd TRW
Photo ID 45792 by Rick Morgan. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 66 0459
Photo ID: 45792
33rd TRTS/363rd TRW; W/O 4 Jan 1984
Photo ID 27466 by Eric Tammer. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 66 0474
Photo ID: 27466
62TRS/363TRW, not all went well upon arrival in the UK, one aircraft landed at Norwich Airport and three Phantoms diverted to Alconburry
Photo ID 27465 by Eric Tammer. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 66 0476
Photo ID: 27465
62TRS/363TRW, luckily there was sunshine for one minute!
Photo ID 27464 by Eric Tammer. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 67 0463
Photo ID: 27464
62TRS/363TRW, arriving at Coltishall after the long flight over the Atlantic Ocean
Photo ID 27460 by Eric Tammer. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 65 0942
Photo ID: 27460
62TRS/363TRW, the crew-chiefs are eagerly awaiting "their" Phantoms after their flight from Shaw AFB SC to the UK
Photo ID 17132 by Arie van Groen. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 71 0254
Photo ID: 17132
Photo ID 17131 by Arie van Groen. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 68 0575
Photo ID: 17131
Photo ID 17130 by Arie van Groen. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 67 0449
Photo ID: 17130
Photo ID 17129 by Arie van Groen. USA Air Force McDonnell Douglas RF 4C Phantom II, 66 0476
Photo ID: 17129
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