The  McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II "SPOOK"

F-4 Phantom Spook
F-4 Phantom Spook
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We present the most comprehensive and unique collection of aircraft markings anywhere on the globe.  Our high quality designs drafted after military markings are accurate and exacting in detail. Unlike conventional stickers, vinyl decals appear to be painted on and part of the surface they are applied to. They will not harm any surface and can be easily removed at any time.

 

The Sierra Hotel markings have been flight tested at subsonic, transonic and supersonic speeds ( Warning: repeated transition to and from Supersonic speeds may cause some peeling) and have survived air and ground operations through all seasons.  Place them on your airplane, helicopter, car, truck, watercraft, motorcycle, laptop, helmet, flight bag, clip board, book binder, snowboard, etc….

 

 

The Rhino, “Double Ugly”, Ol’Smokey, “Lead Sled”and the “St Louis Slugger”are all nicknames given to one of the most famous fighters of all time.  In recognition of its impressive history in air superiority and its high number of credited kills, the Phantom earned the title of “the worlds leading distributor of MiG parts”

 

The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom is a long range supersonic interceptor/fighter-bomber and reconnaissance aircraft.  Ol’Smokey entered service in mid-1960s as a USN carrier based fighter.  Due to its inherent design adaptability and multi role combat potential, the Phantom soon saw service with the USAF as well as the USMC.  The F-4 also holds the distinctive honor of being the only aircraft to be used simultaneously by the USN Blue Angels and USAF Thunderbirds demonstration squadrons. Over the course of its history, the F-4 was operated by a multitude of nations around the world including; Australia, Israel, Egypt, Germany, The United Kingdom, Greece, Japan, Spain, South Korea and Turkey. 

 

The  McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom emblem is a whimsical cartoon ghost called "The Spook", which was created by McDonnell Douglas technical artist, Anthony "Tony" Wong, for use on Crew shoulder patches. The name "Spook" was coined by the crews of either the 12th Tactical Fighter Wing or the 4453rd Combat Crew Training Wing at Macdill AFB. The figure is ubiquitous, and followed the Phantom around the world adopting local fashions; for example, the British adaptation of the U.S. "Phantom Man" is a Spook that sometimes wears a bowler hat and smokes a pipe.