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Just read in the latest Aviation News (Oct edition) that Hawker Hunter Aviation, a group based at R.A.F. Scampton in the UK, will be getting an F-4. To quote the article, (it's going on about the static show by them) "The Phantom is a ground instructional airframe, but a second example is about to receive an overhaul in Germany and will fly
on the UK military register."
So it looks like the UK will have a Phantom in the air again soon.
(Italics, and bold added)
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