McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom IIs on display

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The Collings Foundation F-4D Phantom II with Vietnam-era "Ritchie/DeBellevue" markings, taxis at Selfridge ANGB, May 2005.

There are many examples of the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom IIs on display around the world, often in aviation museums and at facilities that once operated the McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II. A few F-4s are also preserved as gate guardians, and some are also owned privately.

Australia[edit]

On display
F-4E

Belgium[edit]

On display
RF-4C

Chile[edit]

On display
F-4C-21

Guam (United States)[edit]

On display
F-4E

Germany[edit]

The last Phantom 37+11 of JG72 "Westphalia" in Wittmund, painted entirely in black with the symbol of Westphalia, the white horse, on both sides and the shattered coat of arms of the wing on the bottom.
On display
RF-4E
F-4F

Japan (USAF & USN aircraft at US military bases)[edit]

F-4C

64-0679 is preserved as a USAF gate guardian at Misawa Air Base in Aomori prefecture.[8]

F-4J

155807 is preserved as a USN gate guardian at Naval Air Facility Atsugi in Kanagawa Prefecture.[8]

Spain[edit]

Retired Spanish Air Force F-4C Phantom II. Torrejón de Ardoz, Madrid
On display
F-4C

An F-4C (12-54), that was used for reconnaissance missions in the Ala 12, at Torrejón de Ardoz, Community of Madrid.[9]

Turkey[edit]

A retired Turkish Air Force F-4E Phantom II, serial number 67-0360, which is on display at the Istanbul Aviation Museum
On display
F-4E

United Kingdom[edit]

On display
F-4C
F-4 FGR2
F-4J(UK)
F-4K
F-4M
F-4S

United States[edit]

Airworthy
F-4D
On display
F-4A (F4H-1F)
F-4B (F4H-1)
RF-4B
F-4C
F-4C, AF Ser. No. 64-0813, on display at Air Force Armament Museum at Eglin AFB, FL


RF-4C
RF-4C, AF Ser. No. 67-0452, at
Air Force Armament Museum, Eglin AFB, FL
YRF-4C
F-4D
F-4D, AF Ser. No. 65-0747 on display at Colonel Joe Kittinger Park, Orlando Executive Airport, FL
F-4D, AF Ser. No. 66-7554, on display at Robins AFB, GA
F-4E
YF-4E
F-4J
YF-4J
F-4N
F-4N, BuNo 153030, on the USS Midway
F-4S
F-4S, BuNo 157307, at the National Air and Space Museum annex at Dulles International Airport

The Davis-Monthan Air Force Base in Arizona, US has several reserve F-4s in storage.[127][128]

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Bibliography[edit]

  • Donald, David and Lake Jon, eds. McDonnell F-4 Phantom: Spirit in the Skies. London: AIRtime Publishing, 2002. ISBN 1-880588-31-5.