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Phantoms always get my heart going. Our first F-4C tag has long been sold out, but a few months ago we were able to get the last fuselage section from this aircraft along with some new F-4D material! These tags turned out amazing.


The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II is a 2-seat fighter/interceptor developed in the late 1950s. It’s capable of speeds over Mach 2.2 and can carry more than 18,000 pounds of weapons. The F-4 saw significant combat during the Vietnam War as an air superiority fighter and flew ground attack missions. A total of 5,195 Phantoms were built. These tags were cut from F-4D 65-0671 - a USAF jet. We acquired this material in January of this year.


F-4D 65-0671 entered service with the USAF in 1965 with the 4485th Test Squadron and was retired in 1988. 200 tags were cut from 65-0671 and they are offered in 5 variants: RESCUE, Dark Green, Green, Olive, and Spooky. The RESCUE tags were cut from the yellow rescue arrow adjacent to the cockpit. The Dark Green, Green, and Olive tags were cut from various exterior fuselage panels. Most are single layer thick. The Spooky tags feature a combination of stenciling, multiple colors, heavy structure/rivets, or backside decals. There are some neat tags in the Spooky group. These tags come on one of my favorite cards by BVR.


Some variants are very limited.

F-4D Phantom II 65-0671 Aircraft Tag

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