Official presentation of JG-71's Flyout Phantom. She's the first F-4F which entered service and will be the last one to be retired.
One of the Eurofighters now based at Wittmund to replace the F-4F Phantoms. The JG-74 badge is still present on the tail while the JG-71 Richthofen "R" is displayed below the cockpit.
Departing on a training mission. The painting on the tail is a souvenir from the Air Policing mission in Iceland earlier in 2012.
One of only about 20 F-4Fs left in the German Air Force. They will all be retired by mid-2013.
The "Fabulous Phantom" bird of JG-71 departing on a training mission. This Phantom commemorates a number of milestones for the Phantoms of the German Air Force: The 7500 next to the flag stands fo... (more)
One of the QRA Phantoms during backtrack on the runway. Only one more year until the F-4Fs will be retired.
One of the QRA Phantoms returning to the shelter after a training scramble.
Assigned to HS-15 and Carrier Air Wing 17 aboard USS Carl Vinson (CVN 70). In town for Fleet Week 2011.
On display during an open house at the Naval Base.