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Paul Wisgerhof
This a/c was built by McDonnell-Douglas. Where did "Sportavia-Putzer" come from?
According to Wikipedia: The Sportavia-Putzer RF-4 is a single-seater motor glider designed by René Fournier in 1966
Andre Blanchard
It is because of the aircraft type label.
Colin Seftel
Should be F-4 Phantom II. Are they still flying, or is this an old photo?
Aircraft has been retired and is now on display at Moody AFB.
Walter White
This RF-4C was stationed at Bergstrom AFB, TX in Austin till flown to AMARC sometime between 93-95 when the closed due to BRAC. Unit of assignment 67 Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, this is the Wing commanders bird.
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