F-4 Phantom – Behind the Wings

F-4 Phantom

Entering service in the early 1960’s, the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom was a dominating aircraft used by the United States’ Navy, Marines and Air Force in combat operations until the late 1990’s. Designed as a do-it-all fighter, the F-4 was used in air superiority, bombardment, close air support and reconaissance missions during its more than 30 year combat life.


Join Curator Matthew Burchette and Wings’ President & CEO John Barry as they share untold stories of the F-4 Phantom.


Credit to : Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum

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