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City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Collection:Kanoya Air Base Museum
Photo Date:18 October 2009
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:658875Submit Correction
View count: 37
On display at the JMSDF Naval Air Museum, Kanoya on an autumn day. This is the last P-2J built. Seventh Kokutai was the last of the JMSDF squadrons to fly the P-2J, and this aircraft completed the last flight on June 5, 1994. The squadron emblem of a blue Omega with seven stars of the Big Dipper is visible on the tail of the aircraft.
Registration / Serial:4783
Aircraft Version:Kawasaki P-2J
C/n (msn):7082
Operator Titles:Japan - Navy
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Photo Date:18 October 2009
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Collection:Kanoya Air Base Museum
Photo Date:18 October 2009
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Photo ID:658875Submit Correction
View count: 37
On display at the JMSDF Naval Air Museum, Kanoya on an autumn day. This is the last P-2J built. Seventh Kokutai was the last of the JMSDF squadrons to fly the P-2J, and this aircraft completed the last flight on June 5, 1994. The squadron emblem of a blue Omega with seven stars of the Big Dipper is visible on the tail of the aircraft.
Registration / Serial:4783
Aircraft Version:Kawasaki P-2J
C/n (msn):7082
Operator Titles:Japan - Navy
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Photo Date:18 October 2009
Photo by:Arjun SarupContact
Registration / Serial:"4783"
Military Code:AD-101
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell F-4A Phantom II
C/n (msn):47
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
Unit Markings:VF-101
City / Area:Annapolis / US Naval Academy Fire Station [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:26 July 2004
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:649968Submit Correction
View count: 64
This is actually F-4A 148275, which was the last F-4A built. It spent its entire active life assigned to VF-121 at NAS Miramar, CA. VF-121 was the first fleet squadron to receive the F-4, and was a crew training squadron. The aircraft has been on display at the USNA since 1969, and has been painted in the markings of several different squadrons over the years.
Registration / Serial:"4783"
Aircraft Version:McDonnell F-4A Phantom II
C/n (msn):47
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
City / Area:Annapolis / US Naval Academy Fire Station [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:26 July 2004
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Registration / Serial:"4783"
Military Code:AD-101
Aircraft Original Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Generic Type:McDonnell F-4 Phantom II
Aircraft Version:McDonnell F-4A Phantom II
C/n (msn):47
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
Unit Markings:VF-101
City / Area:Annapolis / US Naval Academy Fire Station [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:26 July 2004
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Photo ID:649968Submit Correction
View count: 64
This is actually F-4A 148275, which was the last F-4A built. It spent its entire active life assigned to VF-121 at NAS Miramar, CA. VF-121 was the first fleet squadron to receive the F-4, and was a crew training squadron. The aircraft has been on display at the USNA since 1969, and has been painted in the markings of several different squadrons over the years.
Registration / Serial:"4783"
Aircraft Version:McDonnell F-4A Phantom II
C/n (msn):47
Operator Titles:USA - Navy
City / Area:Annapolis / US Naval Academy Fire Station [ Off-Airport ]Map
Region / Country:Maryland, United States
Photo Date:26 July 2004
Photo by:Bob ThomasContact
Location:Not known
Country:Japan
Photo Date:1987
Photo from:Jonathan Verschuuren CollectionContact
Photo ID:300128Submit Correction
View count: 409
This P-2J is now preserved in the Kanoya Naval Air Base Museum, but here still operational.
Registration / Serial:4783
Aircraft Version:Kawasaki P-2J
C/n (msn):7082
Operator Titles:Japan - Navy
Location:Not known
Country:Japan
Photo Date:1987
Photo from:Jonathan Verschuuren CollectionContact
Location:Not known
Country:Japan
Photo Date:1987
Photo from:Jonathan Verschuuren CollectionContact
Photo ID:300128Submit Correction
View count: 409
This P-2J is now preserved in the Kanoya Naval Air Base Museum, but here still operational.
Registration / Serial:4783
Aircraft Version:Kawasaki P-2J
C/n (msn):7082
Operator Titles:Japan - Navy
Location:Not known
Country:Japan
Photo Date:1987
Photo from:Jonathan Verschuuren CollectionContact
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Collection:Kanoya Air Base Museum
Photo Date:13 October 2000
Photo by:Gerard HelmerContact
Photo ID:67472Submit Correction
View count: 182
In the process of being painted.
Registration / Serial:4783
Aircraft Version:Kawasaki P-2J
C/n (msn):7082
Operator Titles:Japan - Navy
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Photo Date:13 October 2000
Photo by:Gerard HelmerContact
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Collection:Kanoya Air Base Museum
Photo Date:13 October 2000
Photo by:Gerard HelmerContact
Photo ID:67472Submit Correction
View count: 182
In the process of being painted.
Registration / Serial:4783
Aircraft Version:Kawasaki P-2J
C/n (msn):7082
Operator Titles:Japan - Navy
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Photo Date:13 October 2000
Photo by:Gerard HelmerContact
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Collection:Kanoya Air Base Museum
Photo Date:26 October 2014
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Photo ID:2700Submit Correction
View count: 381
A total of 83 P-2Js were delivered to the JMSDF between 1969 and 1979. Besides converting the Neptune to turboprop power, Kawasaki incorporated many of the advanced systems used in the Lockheed P-3 Orion. A 54-inch fuselage extension between the wing and cockpit accommodated improved electronics
Registration / Serial:4783
Aircraft Version:Kawasaki P-2J
C/n (msn):7082
Operator Titles:Japan - Navy
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Photo Date:26 October 2014
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Collection:Kanoya Air Base Museum
Photo Date:26 October 2014
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact
Photo ID:2700Submit Correction
View count: 381
A total of 83 P-2Js were delivered to the JMSDF between 1969 and 1979. Besides converting the Neptune to turboprop power, Kawasaki incorporated many of the advanced systems used in the Lockheed P-3 Orion. A 54-inch fuselage extension between the wing and cockpit accommodated improved electronics
Registration / Serial:4783
Aircraft Version:Kawasaki P-2J
C/n (msn):7082
Operator Titles:Japan - Navy
City / Airport:Kanoya (RJFY)Map
Country:Japan
Photo Date:26 October 2014
Photo by:Richard VandervordContact