Not sure Joe.I was looking through loads of photos on the net and saving ones of interest on my ipad.Didnt read the caption for this one.Still can't find many pics of Phantoms with weathering.\ said:Lucky guys indeed. Probably a good thing the F4 has an all moving tailplane and enough fin left. The rudder you can fly without. Was this a SAM hit?
.Now battle damage,there's an idea?!!!.On second thoughts,a bit of weathering is difficult enough!.I'll leave the claw hammer action to you Ian.\ said:I like the first picture Dave if i mess mine up i'll just hit it with an hammer and call it battle damage
What did you tell the boss. Well boss the bird and I have split! I told her it wouldn't work! but she tore off to the left I went to the right and now she's dragging her arse behind her\ said:Brings back memories, I managed to tear the rudder off a 56 Sqn Phantom at Wattisham when the towing tractor brakes wouldn't hold it as as I backed it down the engine running ramp and missed the slot in the building that the tail end was supposed to go into. The Boss was not happy!!
What a bird. Check out that shabby paint work. You just know that that is a solid reliable jet that's seen plenty of action. The good cabs on 230sqn used to get flown all the time and were filthy while the cabs that were bags of nails were always clean.\ said:Danny.Picture below is the one I will be doing.The Paint is definitely matt.