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Phantom may refer to: Ghost, in traditional belief, a physical manifestation of the soul or spirit of a deceased person Illusion, a distortion of the sensesMcDonnell FH Phantom, a jet fighter aircraft, introduced 1947McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II, a supersonic air-defense fighter and fighter-bomber, introduced 1960 (Wikipedia) - Phantom
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	Three U.S. Air Force McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II aircraft parked at Shiraz Air Base (Iran) during exercise Cento, 1 August 1977. Modeled after NATO, CENTO aimed to counter the threat of Soviet expansion into the Middle East.
Pahlavi Iran Air Force Pilots Class of 52-14 at Mehrabad AFB Airport posing for a souvenir photograph in front of a Phantom.
Iran Air Force IRIAF 	Northrop F-5E Tiger II. The only air arm in the world to continue using the fighter, IRIAF continued efforts to maintain these types in service, and began a number of projects with the intention to refurbish and upgrade them.
First squadron of Iranian Pilots of F14 tomcats of Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force after the Iranian Revolution at Shiraz Air Base in Sep, 1979. In the 1970s, IIAF was the only military force other than the US Navy, to be equipped with the F-14 Tomcat.
An IIAF Phantom II F-4D piloted by Keyvan Nourhaghighi and Javad Fakouri landing in Shiraz Airbase using its drag chute to assist in stopping on Apr, 16, 1974.
Two Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II fighters (foreground) and two RF-4E reconnaissance aircraft refueling from a Boeing 707-3J9C tanker aircraft, a trick for susprise attacks deep inside Iraq during the Iran-Iraq War.
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