I don't really know what it is about the F-4 Phantom-II that appeals to me. After all, when you get right down to it, it's a big, noisy, ugly aircraft. On the other hand, in its day it got the job, any job at all, done as well as or better than anything else in the sky. Then again, maybe it's a sense of kinship. After all, us big, noisy, ugly folks should stick together..

Whatever the case may be, I joined the ranks of Phantom Phreaks long ago, and it will inevitably show here.

2007-03-18 Hasegawa F4H-1 in the early colours of VF-74 Bedevilers.
On hold
2005-03-27 A Fujimi F-4K in the silver jubilee markings of 892 Squadron.
2021-05-21 Esci F-4C in the colours of ala 12 of the Spanish airforce.
2004-04-17 Out-of-the-box Airfix/MPC F-4B in the colours of VF-111 'Sundowners'.
2017-01-31 The Phantom graveyard
In progress
2018-05-28 OOB Academy F-4J of VMFA-115 in low visibility scheme.
2018-06-02 Airfix Phantom FG.1 of NAS892, modestly zapped by VF-84.

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