Welcome fellow Marine Veterans and RF-4 Phantom Phans. Warning! You are about to enter Recon Phantom Country. The RF-4B Phantom II is a tandem two-seat, twin-engine, all-weather, long-range supersonic jet interceptor aircraft/fighter-bomber which can fly at twice the speed of sound, 1,522 mph. This site is dedicate to all those who flew and helped maintain the Phabulous Phantom. We hope you will enjoy your visit.
RF Phantoms Forever!
Marine Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron 3 (VMFP-3)
Marine Corps Air Base El Toro, California
Marine Air Group-11
3rd. Marine Air Wing
Military Service Timeline
Original USMC Service Record Book
Prelude To The 80s
End Of The 70s Decade
Parris Island, South Carolina
28 May-15 Aug. 1979
Naval Air Base, Millington,Tn.
26 Aug-15 Oct. 1979
Arrival to Marine Corps Air Base El Toro, Ca.
29 Oct.-10 Feb. 1979
Assigned To Marine Tactical Recon Squadron 3
11 Feb. 1980-27 May 1983
Honorable Discharge-Journey Home
28 May 1983