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easterneagle87

OH HOW I LOVE PHANTOMS !!!!

What a beautiful plane!

 

Great photos!

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I "primarily" collect Gulf War 1 patches. All branches (USA, USAF,USN, USMC & USCG) and ALL Countries..
US - Op.'s Desert Shield / Storm / Provide Comfort /Some Southern Watch - F-4G's Wild Weasels
UK - Op.'s Granby / Sabre / Warden
Canadian - Op. Desert Storm / Op. Friction
French - Daguet / Aconit
Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, South Korea, etc.
Looking for the oddities, including unfinished & flaws
I HAVE EXTRA's!! Will trade as well.

 

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Cobrahistorian

Is that the MiG Killer? I know you guys operated at least one for a while. Can't remember the tail number off the top of my head though...

In memory of 1LT Julius C. Goldman, XO of F/330th, 83rd Infantry Division 1944-45.

Looking for ETO/MTO P-47 and Tactical Reconnaissance Unit photographs and any items associated with WWII Jewish fighter pilots.

Curator of Arms & Armor at the National Museum of the Marine Corps

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Is that the MiG Killer? I know you guys operated at least one for a while. Can't remember the tail number off the top of my head though...

Yes it is, if you look at the first photo you can cee that it has the star on the intake.

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Cobrahistorian
Yes it is, if you look at the first photo you can cee that it has the star on the intake.

 

 

Aha! Ok, missed the first pic for some reason. I saw the second shot. Great to see she's been preserved. I was looking at doing a book on ANG MiG Killers a few years ago, but just as I was about to submit the proposal, Schiffer books' MiG Killers book was released. Oh well!

 

Jon

In memory of 1LT Julius C. Goldman, XO of F/330th, 83rd Infantry Division 1944-45.

Looking for ETO/MTO P-47 and Tactical Reconnaissance Unit photographs and any items associated with WWII Jewish fighter pilots.

Curator of Arms & Armor at the National Museum of the Marine Corps

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Hi Jon,

Former 148th Commander had the luck to get an ME262. He was a terrific shooter with the '51 and F-94 A/B and was a major reason why the 133rd FIW won back to back gunnery meets in the 50's. Jim

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