(the last production variant, best avionics of all Floggers).
These photos were taken by Mark Houpt and Jeff Keip
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Photos directly below were taken at the USAF Museum in Dayton, OH.
The 8 photos directly below were taken by Mark Houpt
below were taken at the USAF Museum
in Dayton, OH.
The 51 photos directly below were taken by Jeff Keip
|Lower portion of landing gear strut.||Lower portion of landing gear strut, and inner face of wheel.||Left main landing gear bay.||Left main landing gear bay|
|nose gear, viewed from front||left side view of folding ventral fin||right side view of folding ventral fine||forward portion of AAM pylon|
|aft portion of AAM pylon||nose of AAM pylong||pylon to wing attachement point, viewed from aft||pylon to wing attachement point, viewed from aft|
|right flap and aileron||right wing leading edge||leading edge of wing glove||leading edge of wing glove|
|lower side of right inlet||inlet probes, left hand side.||aux air intakes on left side||aft fuselage section|
|Pitot tube on nose||side view of pitot tube||front portion of canopy||Rearview mirror mounted on canopy.|
|dynamic pressure probe, IFF antenna, and AOA sensor||AOA Sensor||"Swift Rod" ILS antenna||windows under nose|
|Left side of tail, looking forward||tail, left aft base and engine||right tailplane||Tail Left Aft Base|