F-4 Phantom

On Marc 12, 1967 McDonnell Aircraft Corporation, in St. Louis, Missouri, delivered the 2,000th F-4 Phantom II to the USAF.

AKA; The Rhino, “Double Ugly”, Ol ’Smokey, “Lead Sled” and the “St Louis Slugger” are all nicknames given to one of the most famous fighters of all time.

In recognition of its impressive history in air superiority and its high number of credited kills, the Phantom earned the title of “the world’s largest distributor of MiG parts”.

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