F-4C Phantom II display at Arnold AFB honors Wynne and Golberg

The static F-4C Phantom II on display outside Gate 2 at Arnold Air Force Base, Tenn., is dedicated to Col. Lawrence Golberg and Maj. Patrick Wynne. The F-4 on display is similar to the one Golberg and Wynne were flying when they were struck over North Vietnam and crashed in the jungle in 1966. Their remains were located and returned to the U.S a little more than a decade later. The display was dedicated in memory of Golberg and Wynne during a Nov. 27, 2007, ceremony. (U.S. Air Force graphic by Brooke Brumley)

PHOTO BY: Brooke Brumley
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