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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom 2 (N78739) - The final landing of this retiring F4 at the ROKAF F4 Phantom retirement ceremony.
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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom 2 (N78739)


The final landing of this retiring F4 at the ROKAF F4 Phantom retirement ceremony.


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Paul Wisgerhof
Idiots! The numbers on the tail of this RF-4D are the serial numbers assigned by the Air Force if South Korea!
Typical poor content and editing from this site
Dave Mathes
...how about just enjoying a photo of one of the most beautiful aircraft ever built...
Bill Butler
Wow. I guess ego over rides all else.
Carson Zabel
This person trekked to South Korea to deliver us one last view of the beautiful ROKAF SEA Phantom and this is how you commend them? Very disappointing Paul and 21voy, that is not how to uplift this community.
Carson Zabel
Thank you for sharing this amazing photograph, you really are a King 👑 🙏
Michael Carden
Momma said “If you can’t say something nice, shut your yap!” Good photo of a great airplane
Frank Yersh
Hmmm a great airplane coming in one last time. Everything looks great to me. Nothing wrong with any ROKAF tail numbers here. Have a nice day Paul, and you too 21voy.
Jay Powell
hey Paul, get out of your parents basement and go do something before you go full postal!
Tom Fox
Lot of brave men fought and died in the F4 for the Viet Nam cause.
Excellent shot of an excellent aircraft...and lighten up Paul Wisgerhof and 21Voyageur, life is not that serious!
serge LOTH
Nice picture. I always loved that plane!
Paul, this is F-4E. Republic of Korea Air Force had RF-4C, and RF-4D does not exist, I think.

James Simms
Beautiful aircraft.
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