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Bildband Pictorial

Luftwaffe Phantoms

F-4F and RF-4E Aircraft in Norm 72 Camouflage

by Andreas Klein
 

AirDOC

 

 

S u m m a r y

Title: Modern Combat Aircraft Special Series No 7
Luftwaffe Phantoms
F-4F and RF-4E Aircraft in Norm 72 Camouflage
by Andreas Klein
ISBN: 3-935687-64-8
Media and Contents: Soft cover, A4, 72 pages
Price:   14,95 from [AirDoc] Aircraft Documentations and 9.99 from Hannants.
Review Type: First Read
Advantages: Excellent photo coverage of the F-4F in Luftwaffe Service
Disadvantages:  
Recommendation: Highly Recommended for those with an interest Phantoms


Reviewed by
Ken Bowes


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This volume, the latest Bildband (Picture Book) from Andreas Klein's AirDOC, is dedicated to F-4F and RF-4E Phantoms of the Luftwaffe. Not all F-4s to be fair, but specifically those in Norm 72, the splintered Olive Green/Basalt Gray over light gray scheme carried over in Luftwaffe service from the F-104 and pre-dating that late 80s tendency for all things fast jet to be in some tactical lo-viz gray scheme.

As the title implies this is primarily a picture book, with its 72 pages featuring on average two large clear full colour photographs of the subject aircraft.

The book is organised with each section covering a single unit so included in this volume are great shots of Phantoms from JG71 "Richthofen", JG 74 "Molders", JaboG 35, JaboG 36 "Westfalen", AG 51 "Immelmann", and AG 52 "Panthers". No WTD 61 though but they are more than adequately covered in the same publishers history of that unit.

Each photo has a detail caption in English and German adding useful reference tidbits to support the image.

This is a great reference for modellers and nice picture book for Phantom enthusiasts.

Highly Recommended.

Thanks to AirDOC Publications for the review sample

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Review Text Copyright 2007 by Ken Bowes
This Page Created on 02 November, 2007
Last updated 24 December, 2007

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