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F-4 Phantom Jet Moved to Permanent Display

Workers craned a restored F-4 Phantom II jet onto its pedestal Friday afternoon at the Eastern Air Defense Sector in Rome, N.Y. One of the most renowned combat planes in the Air Force inventory, the F-4 was used extensively in Vietnam and saw service in Desert Storm before being retired in 1996.

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