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McDonnell Douglas RF-4C Phantom II
RF-4C Phantom II in SE Asia paint scheme.
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McDonnell Douglas RF-4C Phantom II

In the early 1960s, the USAF recognized the need for more tactical reconnaissance aircraft to reinforce the RF-101s then in service. The USAF chose a modification of the F-4C fighter. The RF-4C development program began in 1962, and the first production aircraft made its initial flight on May 18, 1964. The Air Force officially accepted a total of 499 RF-4Cs. The RF-4C can carry a variety of cameras in three different stations in its nose section. It could take photos at both high and low altitude, day or night. The RF-4C carried no offensive armament, although during the last few years of its service some were fitted with four AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles for defense. Many were also tasked with a secondary nuclear weapons delivery role using the centerline pylon.
The 16th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron became the first operational unit to fly the RF-4C. In October 1965 that unit deployed to Southeast Asia to provide photographic reconnaissance of the growing conflict in South Vietnam. In the following years, RF-4Cs flew reconnaissance missions around the world, including Desert Shield/Desert Storm in Iraq in 1990-1991. The Air Force retired all of its RF-4Cs by 1995.
This model represents aircraft RF-4C-25-MC- 65-0841 of the 38th TRS, 26th TRW, based in Rammstein, West Germany during NATO exercise Royal Flush XVI in October, 1971. It features detailed pilot and RSO cockpits with opening canopies, opening radome with antenna, opening inflight refuling receptacle on the aircraft's spine, deployable ram air turbine (RAT), retractable landing gear, and positionable leading edge flaps, airbrakes, flaps, flaperons, spoilerons, tailplanes, and tail hook.

Engines: Two General Electric J79-GE-15s of 17,000 lbs. thrust each
Maximum speed: 1,384 mph
Range: 1,632 miles without aerial refueling
Ceiling: 55,200 ft.; Span: 38 ft. 5 in.
Length: 62 ft. 10 in.; Height: 16 ft. 6 in.


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  March 7, 2017
Good job
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  October 4, 2015
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  April 15, 2015
Great version! Nice camo and shark's mouth.
  April 14, 2015
Excellent build. Nice to see one actually built in the 'plastic'! Can we have some more photos?
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  April 9, 2015
Love it!
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  March 30, 2015
Very cool, although a few more images from different angles would be nice. That being said, this is excellent work, nice one. :)
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  March 29, 2015
Just awesome! Well done!
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