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Hellenic Air Force - Elliniki Polemiki Aeroporia
Andravida Air Base
Greece
July and November 2013


Photo-report
The McDonnell Douglas F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs of 117 Combat Wing
(Pteriga Machis - 117 PM)
F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01510 and 71751) 

338 'Ares' Pursuit Attack Squadron (Mira Dioxis Vomvardismou - 338 MDV)
338 MDV (yellow fin tip) is assigned the ground attack role.
F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01510) flown by the 338 Fighter-Bomber Squadron Commander, Lt Col Avraam Kazantzoglou
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (01510 with 71751).
F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01518) 
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01518), note the apparent 339 Mira jet in the 338 Mira area in the background.
F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01524)
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01524).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01524 and 01530).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01510) with the 338 Mira's 60th anniversary scheme.
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01510).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01510).
F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01525) 
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (01525) being prepared for a sortie.
F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01525)
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (01522 and 01525)
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01510).
F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01524)

339 'Aias' All weather Interception Squadron (Mira Pantos Kerou - MPK)
339 MPK (no fin tip markings) is tasked with the all-weather interception role it is also the Phantom OCU (Operational Conversion Unit).
F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01501).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01501).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01523) known as the 'Princess of Andravida' it was the prototype F-4E(AUP) delivered from Germany under the 'Peace Icarus I' program and arrived without an internal cannon fitted under the nose.
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (01507, 71744 x2 and 01526).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (01507, 71744 and 01526 x2).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01501).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01526).
F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01529).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (01529 and 71743 x3).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (01528, 01513 and 01528 x2).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (01504, 01529, 71743 and 01513).
339 MPK F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01505) just out of major overhaul and freshly painted.
Left to right :F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01505). The four antennas on the top of the nose are part of the Identification Friend-or-Foe (IFF) system and are nicknamed 'bird slicers'. They were fitted as part of the Peace Icarus 2000 avionics update program.
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (? and 01520) in the maintainance hangar.
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom II (01503).
Left to right: F-4E(AUP) Phantom IIs (01503 and 01501).