Air Force Phantom with brake chute deployed.
fighters never die and they don't fade away either. They live
on in the hearts and minds of aircrews, groundcrews and enthusiasts
alike. The F-4 Phantom may have reached the end of its front-line
service with the RAF but the legend will live on for the big,
powerful, beautifully ugly fighter. Revered by its aircrew
for both its performance and firepower, the Phantom may be
the last fighter-pilot's fighter to have seen service with
Whether flying low-level combat air patrols over Germany,
defending the Falkland Islands, or just simply chewing
up the Tornado F3's and spitting out the remains over the
North Sea, the Phantom has seen it all and done it all.
from a single limited edition of 450, numbered and stamped
with the Collectair seal and individually signed by Michael
Rondot. A numbered and signed certificate is issued with every
print to guarantee the total edition size and authenticity.
Print size: 30 x 20 ins
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