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Photo ID 218737 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151473
Photo ID: 218737
Preserved in China Lake
Photo ID 218736 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151473
Photo ID: 218736
Preserved in China Lake
Photo ID 171872 by Eric Tammer. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151473
Photo ID: 171872
NWC
Photo ID 156004 by Thomas Ziegler - Aviation-Media. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151497
Photo ID 96979 by Coert van Breda. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151497
Photo ID: 96979
initially destined as F-4B-19-MC. Converted to YF-4J prototype when still on the production line. Received new paintscheme in 2009, now resting in Tucson Pima Air & Space Museum
Photo ID 96808 by Peter Boschert. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151497
Photo ID: 96808
NATF c/s
Photo ID 77136 by Mark Munzel. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151473
Photo ID: 77136
Ejection seat test bird assigned to the Naval Air Warfare Center - Test Division "Bloodhounds."
Photo ID 76304 by Mark. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151497
Photo ID: 76304
Photo ID 45929 by Rick Morgan. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151473
Photo ID: 45929
NWC China Lake, primarily used for ejection seat tests (with empty back end here)
Photo ID 39233 by Johannes Berger. USA Navy McDonnell Douglas YF 4J Phantom II, 151497
Photo ID: 39233
In late 1964, three F-4Bs were converted to test numerous improvements to the basic design and were designated as YF-4J. One of them is seen here on display at the Pima Air and Space Museum, still wearing the Naval Air Test Facility markings.
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