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F-4 Phantom: Celebrating a Legacy

November 15, 2021

Off the Hawaii Air National Guard Facebook page

It’s truly special to have a legacy worth celebrating.

Some of our most-seasoned maintenance Airmen recently gathered at the site of their first airframe, the F-4 Phantom, to talk story and reminisce about the good ole days. 

After listening to their stories, it was no surprise to hear that family values have remained consistent at the heart of our organization. 

The F-4 was flown in the Hawaii Air National Guard from July 1980 to November 1986 until the F-15 Eagle took its place. 

We are so fortunate to follow in the footsteps of these leaders who have mentored generations of Airmen and are proud to wear the same uniform as we continue to carry out today’s unique and modern mission.

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