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  1. This is my Monogram Phantom in 1/48 scale. It took me quite some time to finish. Especially the intakes took quite some filling and sanding. It's more or less OOB, but I used a decal sheet from Caracal (ANG Phantoms) and an an-alq119 from the Italeri RF-4E kit. Paints I used were mainly Vallejo and Mig Ammo acrylics. Some oils for washing and weathering. When kit has raised panellines I use nail buffers to remove the paint from the panellines. O, and I added some RBF tags from Eduard and scratchbuilt rear-view mirrors and some other stuff for the cockpit. Hope you lik
  2. Hello everybody... Rather than do two separate RFI's for these I'm throwing them together here. I must warn you this RFI will be picture heavy. First up is a 1/72 Accurate Miniatures (Monogram) F-4C in the markings of 64-0852 of the 122nd TFS from the Louisianan Air National Guard. This was built for the Phantom single type build. The Camouflage scheme was a temporary one from Red Flag March of 1983. The Squadron along with Phantom's of both the USN & USMC wore similar schemes in similar colors.
  3. F-4C of the 163rd Tac Fighter Squadron, Indiana Air National Guard, on the Edwards AFB transient ramp, October 1983. 122FW squadron bands on the rudder, from top to bottom: 113th Tac Fighter Squadron (Human Field, Terre Haute, Indiana), 184th Tac Fighter Squadron (Fort Smith, Indiana), and 163rd Tac Fighter Squadron (Fort Wayne, Indiana). Thanks for looking, Sven
  4. Hallo I would like to show you my F-4 C from ZM work in progress. Just to mention, all my pictures you may see I took by my old Samsung batched and renamed by IrfanView and I put them on Flickr by an alias name. I intend to take you all with me, so I do show you also the tools and materials I work with. If there are choices, I will let you know my arguments. My decision. The kit, why from ZM. Why ZM, is quite easy. First of all I got to know the first models from them in Japan. I was thrilled. I built the Ta-152, the J7W1 Shinden, the P-51 and the J2M3 Raiden. At the Raiden I w
  5. Air Force Reserve 93rd Tac Fighter Squadron at the Gunsmoke air-to-ground competition September 1981, Nellis AFB. 63-7413 63-7500 63-7711 64-0655 64-0796 Thanks for looking, Sven
  6. F-4Cs from the 184th Tac Fighter Squadron, Arkansas Air National Guard, at Nellis AFB in 1981 and 1983. At Green Flag 81-3, April 1981: 64-0919 64-0784 63-7629 64-0725 63-7455 At Gunsmoke air-to-ground competition, October 1983, chromed noses on the external fuel tanks: 64-0761 64-0748 63-7629 Thanks for looking, Sven
  7. 35th Fighter Wing maintenance training airframes, 1992. USAF s/n 63-7447 64-0910 Thanks for looking, Sven
  8. F-4C, USAF s/n 64-0776, 123rd Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Oregon Air National Guard. Seen at Edwards AFB, March 1984. Interestingly, all of the kill markings say they were made with AIM-9s, i.e., "MIG 21, 23 APR 67, AIM 9". According to Aces and Aerial Victories, the kill on 23 Apr 67 was with an AIM-7E, the first 22 May 67 kill with an AIM-9B, and the second 22 May kill with the SUU-16 20mm cannon. When retired, Miss Piggy first ended up at the McChord AFB Museum and now resides at the Seattle Museum of Flight in SEA 389th TFS markings. Thanks
  9. '407 was referred to as "The Elder", being the first F-4C built for the USAF. It spent it's whole life as a test and test support jet in USAF's Air Force Systems Command bouncing between the 3246th Test Wing at Eglin AFB and the 6510th Test Wing at Edwards AFB, finishing up at the latter. All of the air-to-air shots were taken on May 3, 1985. '407 transferred to Edwards in Feb 1985. The Armament Division tail code, AD, had been modified to the 6510th Test Wing tail code, ED, by painting over the A and replacing it with an E. The maintenance fo
  10. Red Flag exercise at Nellis in April 1984. 182nd Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Texas ANG is playing adversary. Temporary grey paint applied over most markings, though the ejection seat warning marks look like they have been re-applied over the grey. Tail serials re-applied as well? The SA tail code shows through the grey paint. S/n 63-7421 63-7431 63-7638 with full-color national markings 63-7689 64-0904 64-0918 Another weathering challenge for a model. Thanks for look
  11. This was one of my favorite Phantoms at Edwards AFB. '727 was one of the most reliable Phantoms in the 6510th Test Wing Fleet. Operated by the 6512th Test Squadron as a test support bird, she rarely cancelled a mission for maintenance (CNX MX - I don't think she ever cancelled when I was scheduled to crew her), and usually came back Code 1. Not bad for a 15 to 25 year old jet. This is a USAF photo showing her chasing the YC-15 in 1976. She wears light gull grey top sides and white undersides. Unlike the US Navy scheme, her control surface uppers are grey. Note the US Bicentennial '
  12. The phinal of my three 1/48th McDonnell-Douglas Phantom builds, this is the ubiquitous Revell F-4C/D kit built as F-4C serial 64-0776 operated by the 142nd FIG out of Portland, OR by the Oregon Air National Guard in June 1989. she was named 'Miss Piggy' and was a triple Mig killer. This is the fifth 'Revellogram' 1/48th F-4 that I have built and I still love this kit. On the downside it has raised panel lines and a couple of small issues but in general the kit goes together really well and the end result has that essential 'Phantomness' that I have loved since I saw my first Phantom air dis
  13. Started nearly two years ago as part of the F-4 Phantom II STGB and completed yesterday as part of my mini KUTA, everything that could go wrong did go wrong with this 1/48th Revell McDonnell-Douglas F-4C Phantom serial 63-7702 operated by the Texas Air National Guard 111 FIS out of Ellington ANGB. The 'everything going wrong' streak lasted to the very end, even the canopies are at the wrong angle! She was painted in Model Master FS16473 'Aircraft Grey' with metallics in Humbrol Metalcotes, Superscale decals plus Experts Choice walkways, then all coated with Klear. Photos taken in sunlight to h
  14. Hello everybody, some photos of my F-4C in its Spanish form, the C.12 . of Ala 12 Revell kit, excellent decals from Series Espanolas, Eduard Aim-9B Sidewinders, Twobobs decals on Sparrows and Sidewinders. Mk-82 from Hase. Hope you like it, cheers, exdraken
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