Alas, this 'High Roller' isn't rolling so high any more! It was built in 1965 and served with the USAF 363rd TRW, Illinois ANG 170th TFS and with the Nevada ANG 192nd TRS from 1980 until July 1993 and entry into the boneyard. The frame was scrapped one month after this picture was taken.
This F-4 was delivered to the USAF during 1965 and served in Vietnam, Japan, Korea, Cuba, Europe and the Middle East. During Desert Storm/Shield this F-4 flew 172 sorties, more than any other Phantom and carries nose art to make that point.
This Phantom arrived at AMARG during April 95 and is stored with the PCN/Inventory No. AAFP00942. This former Alabama NG aircraft served with the 106th Reconnaisance Squadron based at Birmingham Airport.
This aircraft declared emergency during an exercise and here's depicted performing the subsequent landing, notice the drop-out emergency generator open hatches in the mid fuselage!!!. Fortunately the situation wasn't too serious as the aircraft went back the same day.