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#5 Jason Rogers jerogers@excite.com  2012-05-07 00:00
I believe the submitter is mistaken also, only two RF-4C's were ever converted, and these were converted from two F-4B's.
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#4 Ken Moerscher kmoerscher@netzero.com  2007-12-13 00:00
Actually, many RF-4Cs were converted straight from the F-4C, which just so happen to be the first Weasel in the F-4 family. While not nearly as well know or as capable as her big sis, (F-4G) the F-4C did prove the Phantom would excel at the job!
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#3 Fred Treadway Frederick.Treadway@patrick.af.mil  2006-05-03 00:00
There must be some confusion in the first submitter's recollection of this tail number. The Wild Weasels did not fly the RF-4C model. There is no record of any RF-4C ever downing a MIG. The mission of the RF model was photo-reconnais sance. Shooting a picture of a MIG? - Thats more realistic!
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#2 Nick Wheat wheaty@derby.org  2005-07-30 00:00
An RF-4C flew 'Alone, Unarmed and Unafraid', so how could it shoot down 4 migs ?
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#1 Guest   -0001-11-30 00:00
Served with the wild weasles in the Gulf. She did her fair share of flying near the Vietnam/Cambodi a border. She was supposed to be rented to the South Vietnamese before the fall of Sigon, was preparing to fly back from the states when it happened. Shot down about 4 MiGs, a MiG 15 and 3 MiG 21s. This one did mostly anti-radar site runs. - 11:17:11 20 December 2001
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