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Red Flag 83-2: 335th Tac Fighter Squadron

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The "Chiefs" of the 335TFS at Nellis AFB for Red Flag Exercise, January 1983.

72-0128

72-0128 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 09cr

 

72-0128 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 10cr

 

72-0136

72-0136 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 13cr

What's that marking on the intake ramp? See 73-1164 below...

 

72-0141

72-0141 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 15cr

 

73-1163

72-1163 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 11cr

 

73-1164

73-1164 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 04cr

 

Zap on the right side intake ramp

73-1164 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 03cr

 

73-1165

73-1165 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 06cr

 

73-1176

73-1176 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 34cr

 

73-1183

73-1183 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 29cr

 

73-1189

73-1189 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 01cr

 

73-1196

73-1196 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 21cr

 

74-1644, squadron commander's bird.

74-1644 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 36cr

 

74-1644 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 12cr

 

The crew: Chief Smoking Gun and Clueless

74-1644 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 13cr

 

74-1645

74-1645 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 14cr

 

74-1666

74-1666 335tfs SJ KLSV 19830129 30cr

 

Thanks for looking,

Sven

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Those can't be real Rhinos- where are the pre-shaded and inked panel lines? Those are some beautiful F-4's, Sven! I had to wipe the drool off of my laptop screen. Thank you so much for sharing these Seymour Johnson birds with the rest of us! 👌👍

Mike

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Go on, I'll ask. Why the penguin?

 

andy

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Very cool, I never get bored of looking at Phantoms!

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10 hours ago, Red Dot said:

I'll ask. Why the penguin?

I really have no idea.  Maybe the two jets landed at Pt Mugu and got zapped by the Antarctic research support squadron, VXE-6??

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