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Having wanted to do this profile for some years i finally sat myself down and got to work. This is the result: a F-4J Phantom of VF-194 "Red Lightnings" in 1976, when the squadrons aircraft were painted in the characteristic Ferris paint scheme. This paint scheme was´t unique to VF-194 and it was worn by a few other squadrons (at least a few other aircraft from other squadrons), but it really stands out even among the TPS schemes that would be common in the early 80s. Click the thumbnail below to browse the VF-194 gallery: F-4J Phantom, VF-194 "Red Lightnings", 1976
Two more Screaming eagles profiles have been added. This time a F4D-1 Skyray (Commonly known as the "Ford"), and a F-8H Crusader which shot down a MIG-21 on Aug. 1st, 1968 while being piloted by Lt. Norman K. McCoy. To see the new VF-51 profiles simply click the thumbnail below, and i´ll be taken to the VF-51 gallery. Enjoy ! F-8H Crusader, VF-51 "Screaming Eagles", 1968
After rearranging the galleries i realized that I It would be a good idea to start filling in some blank spots in the galleries. I decided to try my luck with VF-51, og which i already have two profiles done. The Screaming Eafles however, have operated both the Skyway and the Crusader before transitioning to the F-4 Phantom. The famous Supersonic Can-Opener paint scheme, have been done, so i decided to move on to some of the newer paint schemes, before doing the Skyway and the Crusader. This is the result. A F-4N Phantom of VF-51 as their CAG bird looked in 1976. More Screaming Eagles to come very soon [...]
No matter how sad, the reality is that the time of the final USAF F-4 Phantom flight, is approaching rapidly. On this site I can´t let that occasion go about unnoticed, so here´s one of the last remaining QF-4E Phantoms, which was decorated with signatures at the years PhanCon. Even in this weathered state, the Phantom still have every bit of wow-factor as it did when it rolled out of the factory for the very first time. But now, almost 60 years down the line it´s time to retire. Many of us will remember and miss the sight and the sound that is this great aircraft. Pharewell Old Friend !
The VP Section is now up and running. At the moment there´s plenty of P-3 Orions in that section but more will be added as they are completed (there´s already some in the pipeline). To be directed to the VP section simply click this link or click the thumbnail below: P-3C Orion, VP-16 "Eagles", 2011
Rarely does two weeks pass where someone haven´t asked me to do some Blue Angels prints. And to be honest. I would be glad to ! Especially after doing the Thunderbirds prints it would make a lot of sense to do a series of Blue Angels prints too. However, getting the permission to do it is very hard to get, and for hobbyists like me, the amount of papaerwork i would have to do to get permission is overwhelming ! However, I could´t resist trying my luck with a Blue Angel Phantom, and this is the result. What do you think ? F-4J Blue Angels
I´m working hard to get all my artwork uploaded to my site. Every profile that were on the the old site will eventually make it on to this site. It will take some time, but I will get there eventually. I hope you´ll return often to see what updates have been made. I promise to add both old and new material to the site on a regular basis ! Thanks for your support
The VAH/RVAH section is the first section to see the light of day on this site. As the profiles are now sorted by squadrons rather than by aircraft type, the first section to be added is the VAH/RVAH Section. Any and all squadron that have ever been flying with either of the two designations will be featured in this section. Click the thumbnail below to be taken to the VAH/RVAH section: A-5A Vigilante, VAH-1 "Smokin´ Tigers", 1962 Subscribe and follow
This marks the launch of a completely new rebuild aircraftprofiles.net! I wanted to change the general layout of the old site in order to track squadron linages instead of sorting the profiles according to aircraft types. Another issue that was important to me, was to make the site more search-friendly, so now the you can use the search function in the top right corner to find specific squadrons. The front page is now completely interactive and new posts will directly link to a specific squadron page. Building this new website have been tedious and quite frustrating, but with the exception of a few glitches I now believe I [...]