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The aircraft had acquired black or tail (Sheets) codes by that time. Another 4485th TS Phantom is illustrated in this photograph taken in July 1983. The aircraft was painted in the SEA wraparound scheme. This view gives an excellent look at the style of stenciling used for the tail codes and serial numbers. (Stewart) Another visitor to the London International Air Show was F-4E, 66-0308, which was assigned to the 4485th Test Squadron. The aircraft was painted in the new gray camouflage scheme with contrasting gray markings.
The OS tail codes and the numbers 347 were painted on the tail in white. The other digits in the serial numbers were black. (Brewer) The 51st TFW had changed to black tail codes and serial numbers by the time this Phantom was photographed on October 26, 1980. A t left is an overall view of the right side of F-4E, 68-0329, which illustrates the sharksmouth and other markings. At right is a close-up of the markings painted on the tail of the aircraft. The large white 2 painted across the rudder and tail had been applied for ACM purposes.
The crew names had not yet been stenciled on the blue band. (Flightleader) 55 INDIANA ANG, 113th TFS F-4E, 68-0361, was being operated by the 113th TFS, 181st TFG, Indiana ANG, when photographed on April 8, 1988. The aircraft was painted in the European 1 scheme with black HF tail codes and markings. The fin cap had INDIANA painted in black on the red, white, and blue stripes. (Rogers) Another Phantom from the 113th TFS is shown parked on the transit ramp at Carswell AFB, Texas, in April 1988. (Rogers via Geer) The new gtay camouflage pattern was being used by the 113th TFS by the time this August 1988 photograph was taken.