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Old 9th April 2017, 07:54
Reiner Reiner is offline
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USAF Phantom crash

Hallo
Sometimes in the early '70s a American F4 Phantom crashed near my Hometown Steinfurt-Borghorst, 20 Miles west of Münster, near the Dutch border. Both pilots ejected and survived. Does anyone more informations die me?
Thanks, Rene.
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