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USA - Washington, August 31, 2009
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160382 / AJ-202 (cn 238) "Museum of Flight" A Jolly Roger; most probably the coolest scheme ever drawn onto a fighter. [Nikon D700 / AF-S Nikkor 18-200mm]
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USA - Washington, August 2, 2009
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160382 / AJ-202 (cn 238) This aircraft passes her days in retirement outside the Museum of Flight at BFI. Much better than death by a thousand cuts, a fate which will eventually be suffered by many of her contempories at the DM boneyard.
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USA - Washington, October 11, 2005
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160382 / AJ-202 (cn 238) Built in 1977 and served aboard the aircraft carrier USS Nimitz with VF-84, the famous 'Jolly Rogers' squadron with their skull-and-crossbones tail motif. This exact aircraft appeared in the 1980 movie 'The Final Countdown' starring Kirk Douglas and Martin Sheen. Now preserved at Seattle's Museum of Flight.
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