Doug Robertson's Photo Gallery

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164266 photo, click to enlarge
McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C HORNET, 'Fist of the Fleet', two General Electric F404-GE-402 Turbofans, 11,000 lb thrust each, 17,750 lbs thrust each with afterburner, single place
164266 photo, click to enlarge
McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C HORNET 'Fist of the Fleet', two General Electric F404-GE-402 Turbofans, 11,000 lb thrust each, 17,750 lb thrust each with afterburner, single place
164266 photo, click to enlarge
McDonnell Douglas F/A-18C HORNET 'Fist of the Fleet', two General Electric F404-GE-402 Turbofans, 11,000 lb thrust each, 17,750 lb thrust each with afterburner, single place
188923 photo, click to enlarge
McDonnell-Douglas CF-188B HORNET trainer, two General Electric F404-GE-400 Turbofans 16,000 lb st each, of Canadian Forces
188923 photo, click to enlarge
McDonnell-Douglas CF-188B HORNET trainer, two General Electric F404-GE-400 Turbofans 16,000 lb st each, of Canadian Forces
188923 photo, click to enlarge
McDonnell-Douglas CF-188B HORNET trainer, two General Electric F404-GE-400 Turbofans 16,000 lb st each, Canadian Forces low-viz camo marking
153030 photo, click to enlarge
USN McDonnell-Douglas F-4J Phantom of Weapons Test Squadron at NTD
157259 photo, click to enlarge
McDonnell-Douglas QF-4S PHANTOM II at NTD Missile Park
157259 photo, click to enlarge
McDonnell-Douglas QF-4S PHANTOM II at NTD Missile Park
157259 photo, click to enlarge
1969 McDonnell-Douglas QF-4S PHANTOM II, two 21,900-lb-thrust GE J79 afterburning turbojet engines, upgraded to QF-4S from F-4J, originally delivered as F-4J 1969 12 12.
157259 photo, click to enlarge
1969 McDonnell-Douglas QF-4S PHANTOM II, two 21,900-lb-thrust GE J79 afterburning turbojet engines, Note: wing leading-edge slats of the -4S model shown, on static display since 1992 10 06.
157259 photo, click to enlarge
1969 McDonnell-Douglas QF-4S PHANTOM II, after years of Fleet service as F-4J, upgraded to QF-4S and delivered to VX-4 (now VX-30) at Point Mugu, NTD for simulated target /drone service (Q).