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08 Nov 2016 admin In G+ Posts

Comments: 15

  1. Ronson Nunez 8 Nov 2016 Reply

    if it's not modern i cant tell what it is.

  2. Shadow Rider 8 Nov 2016 Reply

    Kinda looks like a modified Viking!!!!!!

  3. John Smerdon 8 Nov 2016 Reply

    F4D Skyray

  4. Richard Fortney 8 Nov 2016 Reply

    Was about to say F-6, see that this is the same, was re-designated the F-6

  5. Lee Thompson 8 Nov 2016 Reply

    The F4D was renamed the F6 Skyray and was a high altitude interceptor used by the Navy.

  6. Shadow Rider 8 Nov 2016 Reply

    +John Smerdon good eye.

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  8. Louis Smith 8 Nov 2016 Reply

    Classic

  9. Its nickname was "FORD"

  10. Jerry Liao 11 Nov 2016 Reply

    A4

  11. Davide Scagliotti 11 Nov 2016 Reply

    No F4D, it was an old registration of the Navy.

  12. Johnny lMccane 11 Nov 2016 Reply

    Vxvcb xvc

  13. Jorge Sastoque 20 Dec 2016 Reply

    wow i had never seen that model

  14. Scott Dunham 3 Jan 2017 Reply

    There's one on static display at the Flying Leatherneck Museum outside of MCAS Miramar.

  15. Jim C. 17 Feb 2017 Reply

    +Ronson Nunez Looks like an old lawn dart.

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