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The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II remains one of the most popular and charismatic fighter aircraft in the world today. Though its long and distinguished service career is almost over, the type remains operational in modest numbers and in various roles at air forces around the world.
This book takes the reader to the last operational locations of the F-4 for a look at its current activities. With a particular emphasis on recent air-to-air images of the remaining operational Phantoms shot by the joint authors, Katsuhiko Tokunaga and Jamie Hunter, the book also includes interviews with and information about the pilots and those still associated with the popular type. It will take the reader behind the scenes of the last Phantom squadrons and into their ops rooms.
It is now almost exactly 50 years since the first F-4 Phantom flew. With the type now entering the twilight of its career in active service, interest in an already highly regarded aircraft has grown significantly.
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Jamie Hunter is an aviation journalist and photographer who lives in the south of London. He is a regular contributor to a number of aviation magazines.
Katsuhiko Tokunaga, a native of Tokyo, is one of the world s most distinguished aviation photographers who has covered the high-performance military jets of 26 nations, concentrating on air-to-air photography.
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Book Description Midland Publishing, Ltd, 2008. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1857802624