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File:RF-4B Phantom VMFP-3 El Toro 1982.jpg



A U.S. Marine Corps McDonnell RF-4B-23-MC Phantom II aircraft (BuNo 151983) from Marine photoreconnaissance squadron VMFP-3 Eyes of the Corps taxiing out from the flight line at Marine Corps Air Station El Toro, California (USA), on 21 September 1982. This aircraft was retired to the AMARC as 8F0330 on 25 May 1989.

Date 21 September 1982
Source U.S. DefenseImagery photo VIRIN DN-ST-83-04060; U.S. National Archives file no. NN33300514 2005-06-30
Author Camera Operator: Lt. Art Legare, USMC


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