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Probably so and why not. Depending on the used scenario the Phantoms could very well be positioned as long range interceptors whereas the Rafales could be the mud movers trying to get to their targets and being shot off along the way by the BVR enabled Phantoms. Be advised, these Phantoms might be old on the outside but they're still a potent radar platform with AMRAAM's and the whole shabang Just speculating here. Maybe someone with more background info on the used scenario's during FF can give some more info.SquAdmin wrote:I'm pretty curious about the crayon "Rafale Eater" markings. Does this mean that the old F-4's actually managed to 'kill' five brand new Rafales?