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Phantom

A team from 29 Squadron RAF, led by the Chief Technical Officer, is due to come to the Museum in early April to install drop tanks and missiles on the Phantom as the next stage in the display development of this important aircraft. The aircraft decals, which the 29 team have already provided, will be put onto the Phantom around the same time.

The search for cockpit instruments for this aircraft continues and the Museum’s long term aim of restoring the two cockpits remains in place.

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