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Weapons load on IAF F-4

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More specifically, Walleye I Extended Range/Data Link (ER/DL) along with an AN/AWW-7 Data Link Pod on the right outboard station. BTW, the AGM-62 designation was assigned, but never used officially, except perhaps by the USAF to refer to Walleye Is, which were used by 8 FG coded F-4Ds during Vietnam.

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the rear end of the fins, and the shape of the nose suggests that they are more likely Tadmits than Walleyes, the parts are much closer to the link than the posted photo of a Walleye

Tadmit being an improved Israeli version of the Walleye, and seen on one of their aircraft, those shape differences make sense

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