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F-4J & F-4S NATOPS Flight Manual

HuggyU2

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With blue plastic cover.
1 May 1975.
Change 6 posted (1 November 1982).

Excellent condition. Pages edges have yellowed slightly. One of the folding pages is bent/folded on the edge.

$275 and I'll cover S&H to US addresses.
 

HuggyU2

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Airshow gigs drying up a bit Huggy?
Yep. I'm doing just a handful. The post-retirement career takes a lot more time, and it eats into the Airshow prep time.

Yes, Brett... it is familiar. :D

p.s. You should see the TF-9J manual I've got. 1 September 1960. Just not sure I want to part with it. Maybe when the F-4 sells. :rolleyes:
 

GroundPounder

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Yep. I'm doing just a handful. The post-retirement career takes a lot more time, and it eats into the Airshow prep time.

Yes, Brett... it is familiar. :D

p.s. You should see the TF-9J manual I've got. 1 September 1960. Just not sure I want to part with it. Maybe when the F-4 sells. :rolleyes:

You will probably never come across one, but if you did ever find anything from an F6F I'd be interested at the right price.
 

brownshoe

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p.s. You should see the TF-9J manual I've got. 1 September 1960. Just not sure I want to part with it. Maybe when the F-4 sells. :rolleyes:
TF9J? 45 was next door at hangar 67 in the late 60's, they taught instrument flying. What a neat little airplane. Got a ride home once (45 was a sister squadron).
 

707guy

"You can't make this shit up..."
Hey Huggy - congrats on the new job - saw your name in one of the Biz Av mags at work.
 
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