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Welcome to the Phantomeers Website!

At last I've managed to get a bit of work done on the Gallery. All the flying units are now populated and the Station links will be filled shortly. Then I'll get around to filling the backlog of stuff thats been regularly flowing in! The site should be fully accesible from your tablet or Smartphone, so make the most of showing your mates! As always, if you have something you think would be of interest to the Phantomeers, please send it in here and I'll really try to get it on the site!

If you have joined the merry throng and, bearing in mind that there is a reunion coming up, you haven't sent in a recent picture of yourself so that you can be recognised in your elderly guize, feel free and I'll amend your entry.


More Sad News

Wendy Allen has recently posted on the 19(F) Sqn Phantoms FB page:

It is with regret that I must inform you that my dad Spencer Lewis has passed away and I hope all that know him will remember him with fondness xxx

Spence Lewis

Spence was a Sooty and served on the Phantom many years at Bruggen, Leuchars and Wildenrath. Another good guy bites the dust.

R.I.P. Spence.


More Phantom Memories

Imps and Aces

Bren Murphy's new book "Imps and Aces - Tales of a Phantom Phixer", is now published on Amazon Kindle.

It's the twelve year autobiography of his time in the RAF on Tooms in the 70's and 80's, from join up to demob.

As his time was mainly on 29, 19 and 23, plus the MCS bays, many of you may remember him and the events (mostly humorous, some tragic) he relates.

So, take a stroll down memory lane, get a bit of nostalgia, and he really does need to buy an Aston Martin!!!


 

First Phantom


Sunset Phantom

 

Low Fly Phantom

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CALLING ALL EX-RAF
F4 PHANTOM ENGINEERS!

This website has been created to further contact and information between all the Royal Air Force aircraft engineers that have served on the McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom II aircraft from 1968 at RAF Coningsby until its demise in 1992 at RAF Wattisham.

Registered Members - 713
Last Site Update - 30 Oct 2016

Having been born out of an idea for a reunion of ex-Phantom techies, The Phantomeers has grown to over 650 strong with service dates ranging from the mid- sixties right up to the end of the Phantom Era. If you worked on the "Tomb" and would like to get in touch with some of your old workmates, go to the Members page and fill in the form to get on the members list. As well as trying to put old friends back in touch with each other, the site is also interested in all things Phantom from its time within the RAF. If you have any interesting items, do send them in.

British Phantoms Phorever!


43(F) Phantom Art

Matthew Emeny is an artist from Suffolk UK and has been commissioned to paint a 43 Squadron PHANTOM F4 intercepting a Tupolev. (Click on image for larger version).

43 Phantom Emeny Art

The painting is now complete. He thought it would be quite fitting to approach the Phantomeers and give all those with a connection to the Phantom and also 43 squadron the opportunity to reserve a low numbered print. Once the painting is complete; there will be a limited edition run of 250 signed and numbered prints, priced at £35 + postage. Size is expected to be A3+ including borders. (each print will come with a certificate of authenticity)

There is a reserve list currently in place which he would like to give our members the opportunity to add their names first before it goes out to the wider public.

Should anyone like to add their name to the list, simply contact him directly by sending him an email to: matthew@emenyart.com

Please make sure that you mention you are a member of the Phantomeers association in your email.

You can view more of his work, which includes other aviation paintings, by visiting his website at: www.emenyart.com

If you have any questions at all, then please do not hesitate to contact Matthew personally.


A New Book from Ian Black!

A new edition from Firestreak Publishing, featuring our beloved Phantom is:

F4UK 1968-1992

The book is chock full of superb images from various photographers all the way from the prototype, through every Squadron, up until it's demise in 1992. Ian Black, himself, was a Nav on 19(F) Sqn in Germany before completing pilot training and flying Lightning, Tornado F3 and Mirage 2000 on an exchange tour in France.

He is pleased to offer members of the Phantomeers FREE P&P if you order on-line using the link below - just mention where you saw the link!

More gen can be found here.


This is for information only - it is not available through this website!


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