Rear view
When deployed to Vietnam in 1965, the US Air Force adopted SEA (South East Asian) Camouflage, which became known as "Vietnamese Camouflage." It consisted of tan and two shades of green on the upper surfaces and light gray undersurfaces designed to blend into the wetlands and jungles of Vietnam. When the F-4E entered Vietnam at the end of 1968, it was given the same paint design.

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