549 results found
Registration / Serial:59-0049
Aircraft Original Type:Convair F-106 Delta Dart (8)
Aircraft Generic Type:Convair F-106 Delta Dart (8)
Aircraft Version:Convair F-106A Delta Dart (8)
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:119 FIS / 177 FIG
C/n (msn):218
City / Airport:Atlantic City - International (KACY / ACY)Map
Region / Country:New Jersey, United States
Photo Date:27 August 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152252
View count: 4
The 119th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS), part of the New Jersey Air National Guard 177th Fighter Interceptor Group and located at Atlantic City Air National Guard Base (NJ), was equipped with the F-106 Delta Dart since 1973. This Delta Dart became an aerial target with the 82d Aerial Targets Squadron at Tyndall and was shot down (unmanned) over the Gulf of Mexico on 18 April 1995.
Registration / Serial:59-0049
Aircraft Version:Convair F-106A Delta Dart (8)
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):218
City / Airport:Atlantic City - International (KACY / ACY)
Photo Date:27 August 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:57-2514
Aircraft Original Type:Convair F-106 Delta Dart (8)
Aircraft Generic Type:Convair F-106 Delta Dart (8)
Aircraft Version:Convair F-106B Delta Dart
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:119 FIS / 177 FIG
C/n (msn):35
City / Airport:Atlantic City - International (KACY / ACY)Map
Region / Country:New Jersey, United States
Photo Date:27 August 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152232
View count: 4
The 119th Fighter Interceptor Squadron (FIS), part of the New Jersey Air National Guard 177th Fighter Interceptor Group and located at Atlantic City Air National Guard Base (NJ), was equipped with the F-106 Delta Dart since 1973. The Jersey Devils transitioned into the F-106 and assumed the quick alert status the following year. The Aerospace Defense Command then came under TAC as the Air Defense Tactical Air Command (ADTAC), and then again changed to a numbered Air Force, in this case1st Air Force. During 1988, the unit transitioned into the F-16A/B Fighting Falcon.
Registration / Serial:57-2514
Aircraft Version:Convair F-106B Delta Dart
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):35
City / Airport:Atlantic City - International (KACY / ACY)
Photo Date:27 August 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:59-0046
Aircraft Original Type:Convair F-106 Delta Dart (8)
Aircraft Generic Type:Convair F-106 Delta Dart (8)
Aircraft Version:Convair F-106A Delta Dart (8)
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:119 FIS / 177 FIG
C/n (msn):215
City / Airport:Atlantic City - International (KACY / ACY)Map
Region / Country:New Jersey, United States
Photo Date:27 August 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152224
View count: 2
A true century fighter, the F-106A Delta Dart, what a beautiful fighter it is. The Jersey Devils were one of the last squadrons operating the Dart before transitioning to F-16. This 59-0046 was converted to QF-106A aerial target after a period of storage at AMARC. It was destroyed over the Gulf of Mexico on 10 October 1996.
Registration / Serial:59-0046
Aircraft Version:Convair F-106A Delta Dart (8)
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):215
City / Airport:Atlantic City - International (KACY / ACY)
Photo Date:27 August 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:66-0033
Serial Painted:66-033
Military Code:MO
Aircraft Original Type:General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark/Raven
Aircraft Generic Type:General Dynamics F-111 Aardvark/Raven
Aircraft Version:General Dynamics EF-111A Raven
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:390 ECS
C/n (msn):A1-51
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)Map
Region / Country:Nevada, United States
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152146
View count: 5
The 390th Electronic Combat Squadron (ECS) was based at Mountain Home AFB (ID) as part of the 366th Tactical Fighter Wing (TFW). Twelve of Ravens of the squadron, of which this 033, were deployed in Desert Storm in August 1990. The squadron made history when an EF-111A scored an unofficial kill on the first night of the war when they maneuvered a pursuing Iraqi Mirage F1EQ into the ground. This 033 was delivered to Upper Heyford on 7 May 1984 and was one of the six EF-111As which took part in Operation El Dorado Canyon attack on Libya.
Registration / Serial:66-0033
Serial Painted:66-033
Aircraft Version:General Dynamics EF-111A Raven
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):A1-51
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:161357
Military Code:63
Other Marks:PMTC FLIGHT TEST
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F/A-18 Hornet
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B Hornet
Operator / Titles:USA - Navy
Unit Markings:PMTC - Pacific Missile Test Center
C/n (msn):25/B008
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)Map
Region / Country:Nevada, United States
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152112
View count: 5
The Pacific Missile Test Center was in 1991 the owner of this very early F/A-18. The 25th built Horne, and the eight B-version, made a very welcome touch-and-go at Nellis (CA) during a Green Flag exercise. Strikingly, this 1980 Hornet is still (July 2019) operational. It flies with Air Test and Evaluation Squadron (VX) 23 Salty Dogs from NAS Patuxent River (MD). One of the reasons this very old Hornet is still flying is that it was extremely well maintained at a Flight Test aircraft but also because it was less stressed by carrier landings, deployments, air-to-air dogfights and so on.
Registration / Serial:161357
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F/A-18B Hornet
Operator / Titles:USA - Navy
C/n (msn):25/B008
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:69-6438
Serial Painted:69-438
Military Code:IL
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna A-37 Dragonfly (318)
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna A-37 Dragonfly (318)
Aircraft Version:Cessna OA-37B Dragonfly (318E)
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:169 TASS
C/n (msn):43283
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)Map
Region / Country:Nevada, United States
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152108
View count: 4
The 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS) of the Illinois Air National Guard was operating the OA-37B Dragon Fly from 1979 to March 1992. The squadron was assigned the Forward Air Control (FAC) task.
Registration / Serial:69-6438
Serial Painted:69-438
Aircraft Version:Cessna OA-37B Dragonfly (318E)
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):43283
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:69-6397
Serial Painted:AF69-397
Military Code:IL
Aircraft Original Type:Cessna A-37 Dragonfly (318)
Aircraft Generic Type:Cessna A-37 Dragonfly (318)
Aircraft Version:Cessna OA-37B Dragonfly (318E)
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:169 TASS
C/n (msn):43242
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)Map
Region / Country:Nevada, United States
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152105
View count: 5
Green Flag in August 1991 saw participation of these tiny Cessna's Dragon Flies. This airframe became surplus with the US Air Force and was sold to Peru as ? in December 1996. On the picture it was still assigned to the 169th Tactical Air Support Squadron (TASS) of the Illinois Air National Guard, and tasked with the Forward Air Control mission. In 1992 the OA-37B was retired from the mission and the squadron received F-16A/Bs. The TASS became a FS (Fighter squadron. Since 1995, thee 169th is flying C-130s as 169th Airlift Squadron.
Registration / Serial:69-6397
Serial Painted:AF69-397
Aircraft Version:Cessna OA-37B Dragonfly (318E)
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):43242
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:69-0277
Military Code:OT
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:4485 TS
C/n (msn):3813
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)Map
Region / Country:Nevada, United States
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152074
View count: 3
A rare Phantom, assigned to the 4485th Test Squadron of the USAF Air Warfare Center at Eglin AFB (FL). The 4485th operated several Phantom types at that time, F-4Ds, F-4Es, RF-4C and F-4Gs. The latter and so the one on the picture belonged to 4485th TS/Det.5, which was based at George AFB (CA). These birds initially carried the 35th TFW code of 'WW' before switching to 'OT'. During the switch, the birds received a gray checkered pattern on the fin cap, representing a toned-down version of the black and white checkers.
Registration / Serial:69-0277
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):3813
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:69-7235
Military Code:OT
Other Marks:DET.5
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:4485 TS
C/n (msn):3903
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)Map
Region / Country:Nevada, United States
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152071
View count: 5
Det.5 Phantoms were rarely seen, so I was happy to photograph a few during a Green Flag exercise at Nellis. Unfortunately, the light was on the wrong during photography (or the Phantom took the wrong runway at Nellis?). Anyway, as the bird was rare, I still enjoy to have seen it (although the picture quality is not the best).
Registration / Serial:69-7235
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):3903
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:69-0243
Military Code:WW
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:561 TFS
C/n (msn):3767
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)Map
Region / Country:Nevada, United States
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152065
View count: 3
During a Green Flag at Nellis, this nice F-4G that was seen, normally based at nearby George AFB (CA). This bird was built as F-4E in 1969, delivered to the USAF in March 1970 (to Torrejon air base in Spain), swapped to several other squadrons before it was rebuilt to F-4G in August 1978. Then it flew as a Wild Weasel from George and Boise (ID), before placed in storage at Davis Monthan. Then 0243 was converted to QF-4G in April 1997 and assigned to the 82d Aerial Targets Squadron at Tyndall were it was eventually shot down (unmanned) as an aerial target on 13 February 2008.
Registration / Serial:69-0243
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):3767
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:69-7233
Military Code:WW
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:561 FS
C/n (msn):3901
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)Map
Region / Country:Nevada, United States
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:152058
View count: 3
Built as F-4E, rebuilt to F-4G, saw a long operational careeer in the USAF, placed in storage at AMARC (with inventory number FP0833) in April 2000, selected for conversion to QF-4G, moved to Mojave for modification and eventually found its way to the 475th Weapons Evaluation Group, 82d Tactical Aerial Targets Squadron where it flew as AF219 from September 2001 onwards. The Phantom was shot down as an aerial target on 8 February 2006 over the Gulf of Mexico.
Registration / Serial:69-7233
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4G Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):3901
City / Airport:Las Vegas - Nellis AFB (KLSV / LSV)
Photo Date:16 August 1991
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:65-0583
Serial Painted:50583
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:194 FIS
C/n (msn):1477
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:151503
View count: 12
The Air National Guard used these colours for quite a while on their Phantoms.
Registration / Serial:65-0583
Serial Painted:50583
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):1477
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:65-0662
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:194 FIS
C/n (msn):1678
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:151502
View count: 12
The 194th Fighter Interceptor Squadron operated the F-4D during the eightees. As several F-4D squadrons of the Air National Guard were replacing their F-4Ds by F-15s or F-16s, the best remaining aircraft were dispersed over the unites still operating the F-4D. That resulted in multiple coloured Phantoms at Fresno Air National Guard Base, the basic grey, this European I (or Lizard) and Egypt One. Click in the search engine at unit and you can see all different lay-outs.
Registration / Serial:65-0662
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):1678
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:66-8728
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:194 FIS
C/n (msn):2525
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:151488
View count: 11
Back in 1987, the Phantoms at Fresno operated from an open flight line, no sunshelters, like these days protecting the F-15C/D Eagles of the squadron.
Registration / Serial:66-8728
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):2525
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:151487
View count: 16
The 194th Fighter Interceptor Squadron operated in September 1987 some twenty F-4Ds as well as four T-33A T-birds. This bare metal one catched the eye of everyone. What a visit it was!
Registration / Serial:56-1586
Serial Painted:61586
Aircraft Version:Lockheed T-33A
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:65-0584
Serial Painted:50584
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:194 FIS
C/n (msn):1480
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:151483
View count: 12
The 194th Fighter Interceptor Squadron of the California Air National Guard used the mighty F-4D Phantom II. This is of course the classic picture that most photographers want to click, when visiting an Air National Guard Base
Registration / Serial:65-0584
Serial Painted:50584
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):1480
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:53-5944
Serial Painted:35944
Aircraft Original Type:Lockheed T-33
Aircraft Generic Type:Lockheed T-33
Aircraft Version:Lockheed T-33A
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
Unit Markings:194 FIS
C/n (msn):580-9420
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:151452
View count: 11
194th Fighter Interceptor Squadron T-33A in F-4D colours (see my other pictures of this day and location).
Registration / Serial:53-5944
Serial Painted:35944
Aircraft Version:Lockheed T-33A
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):580-9420
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:65-0646
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):1639
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)Map
Region / Country:California, United States
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:151447
View count: 8
A fresh arrival for the 194th FIS at Fresno, the F-4D was awaiting squadron markings.
Registration / Serial:65-0646
Aircraft Version:McDonnell Douglas F-4D Phantom II
Operator / Titles:USA - Air Force
C/n (msn):1639
City / Airport:Fresno - Yosemite International (KFAT / FAT)
Photo Date:7 September 1987
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:87-0013
Aircraft Original Type:General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon
Aircraft Generic Type:Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon
Aircraft Version:Lockheed Martin F-16C Fighting Falcon
Operator / Titles:Turkey - Air Force
Unit Markings:132 Filo
C/n (msn):4R-12
City / Airport:Konya (LTAN / KYA)Map
Country:Turkey
Photo Date:26 June 2019
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:150705
View count: 9
132 Filo Hançer (Dagger), based at Konya transferred its F-4E Phantoms to 111 Filo at Eskisehir during 2014. The unit received subsequently F-16Cs Block 30s. This Viper is taxying to the runway of its homebase to participate in a Combined Air Operation (COMAO) with some forty jets during Anatolian Eagle 2019.
Registration / Serial:87-0013
Aircraft Version:Lockheed Martin F-16C Fighting Falcon
Operator / Titles:Turkey - Air Force
C/n (msn):4R-12
City / Airport:Konya (LTAN / KYA)
Photo Date:26 June 2019
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Registration / Serial:69-036
Aircraft Original Type:Transall C-160
Aircraft Generic Type:Transall C-160
Aircraft Version:Transall C-160D
Operator / Titles:Turkey - Air Force
C/n (msn):D36
City / Airport:Konya (LTAN / KYA)Map
Country:Turkey
Photo Date:26 June 2019
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact
Photo ID:150704
View count: 19
Exercise Anatolian Eagle 2019.
Registration / Serial:69-036
Aircraft Version:Transall C-160D
Operator / Titles:Turkey - Air Force
C/n (msn):D36
City / Airport:Konya (LTAN / KYA)
Photo Date:26 June 2019
Photo by:Stephan de BruijnContact