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January 31 2012 at 9:33 AM
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Response to F-4E Camo Demarcation

The first set of F-4Cs deployed to Vietnam were painted in the US Navy scheme of Gull Gray over Gloss White. These were painted in the field with the T.O. 1-1-4 South East Asia scheme. Demarcations between colors were soft. As factory-painted F-4Ds and later F-4Es came into use, the demarcation lines were still soft but exhibited a tighter pattern than the earlier aircraft. There are some examples of hard lines (probably depot repaints) but I find them to be the exception to rule.

This F-4E image shows slightly soft demarcation lines:

[linked image]

Lee K


    
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