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The last of the produced F-4 Phantom jets has been converted into a flying dummy target-drone for missile training.
The plane was a part of 309th AMARG (Aerospace Maintenance and Regeneration Group) based in Tuscon, Arizona and went through tests on Apr. 17.
The RF-4C, production no. 68-0599 is not a machine that is young or freshly retired, as it has been a part of the AMARG inventory since Jan. 18, 1989.
Just after being prepared for flying in a form of a target drone it was given a name Last One.
Originally posted by IRockTheBox
It's not the last F-4. The Iranians have PLENTY of them.
More target practice.