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.
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 on that Saturday!
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
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.
During Anatolian Eagle 2019, this Super Hercules of 12 Transport Squadron (12sq) of the Qatar Emeri Air Force acted as a slow-mover for fast-jet intercepts, as well as a platform for parajumpers and cargo drops.
2 Squadron, based at As Shaheed Muwaffaq al Salti air base, also known as Al Azraq air base deployed three F-16s to Konya for participation in Anatolian Eagle 2019. This dual seat F-16BM was once part of the Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) and carried serial J-884.
The 113 Filo, named Ceylan (Gazelle), was formed after the failed Turkish Coup on 15 July 2016. The squadron took over the role of 142 Filo and operates the F-16C/D that can be equipped with the huge DB-110 Recce pod. The F-16s still use the same markings as 142 Filo had painted on their tail