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Do you have any interesting details or stories of this particular aircraft or aircraft type? Did you fly or maintain it during its active service? We are trying to build a database of information on all the aircraft that have passed through AMARC to provide our visitors with another perspective of these fine aircraft. If you can help please fill the boxes below with your details and any information you can provide us with.

 

 

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#4 Martien Heijmen phantoms_phorever@hotmail.com  2011-08-21 00:00
Shipped to the Royal Netherlands Air Force museum, Soesterberg, the Netherlands at augusst 22nd 2011.
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#3 Harry "DutchSpook"Doesburg hdutchspook@live.nl  2011-02-01 00:00
As a dutch Phantom Phanatic phor more then 35 years I am very interested in F-4E 67-0275 which is supposed to be delivered to the Dutch AF Museum at soesterberg phormer AB. Are you able to tell me how the situation is at this moment? And can you keep me in touch when this F-4 will be leaving phor the netherlands?It would be a great story in my F-4 collection on F-4's in 32nd TFS Wolfhounds, based at Soesterberg AB. greetings,
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#2 OLD_WIZARD BBROWN@COMAIR.COM  2006-08-07 00:00
IT'S SOMETIMES FUNNY WHAT YOU REMEMBER ABOUT BENT WING JETS. I SPENT A WHOLE WEEKEND REWIRING THE STBY HEADING SYSTEM ON THIS JET, JUST TO WATCH IT LEAVE A FEW DAYS LATER FOR THE BONE YARD. AT LEAST THEY PUT IT ON STATIC DISPLAY FOR A COUPLE OF YEARS AT AMARC'S MAIN GATE.
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#1 Fred Treadway Frederick.Treadway@patrick.af.mil  2006-05-03 00:00
I did not work on this particular Phantom. However, I do know that it was credited with a MIG kill on September 12, 1972. The aircrew was Lt. Col. Lyle L. Beckers and 1Lt Thomas M. Griffin. The MIG-21 was destroyed with an AIM-9E missile and the M61A1 20mm nose gun. The aircraft (tail code JJ) and crew were TDY from the 35th TFS, 3rd TFW, and assigned to the 388th TFW at Korat RTAFB, Thailand.
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