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Information on F-4 Aircraft and Units will be posted in the order I receive them from you.
Units will be added to the list as research and time permit.
F-4 Information & Photographs
Battle Damage to the Right Wingtip
Bomb Loading a F-4C
F-4C 64-0739 of the 558th TFS First in the Refueling Line
The Refueling Process
They taxied into the fuel pits after coming back from a mission and if you could keep the pilot in the cockpit long enough the first thing the crew chief did was fold the wings while the aircraft was still running, then you helped the Pilot and WSO out of the cockpits and installed the safety locks while refueling, check the underside of the aircraft for fuel leaks (bullet holes), no leaks, finish fueling and tow back to revetment where the loaders were usually waiting with the next load.---sonny
The fuel was stored in above ground fuel bladders. A second line of aircraft could be refueled in a line to the right of the refueling equipment. ---webmaster
Radar/Weapon Control System (WCS)
Radar 25 NM Range - WCS Scope 1/ Map PPI Bombing Mode
Radar 25/50 NM Range - WCS Scope 2/ Map PPI Bombing Mode
Radar 50/100 NM Range - WCS Scope 3/ Map PPI Bombing Mode
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