- McDonnell Douglas Phantom FGR.2, No. 56 Squadron, Royal Air Force Wattisham, Suffolk, East Anglia, England 1991. (A)
- McDonnell Douglas Phantom FG.1, Aircraft flown by Wing Commander John Brady and Flight Lieutenant Michael Pugh-Davis, No. 43 (Fighter) Squadron, Cornwall, England, Northern Scotland, February 24th 1988. (B)
- McDonnell Douglas Phantom FG.1, No. 892 Naval Air Squadron, HMS Ark Royal/USS Saratoga, 1978. (C)
With the RAF already operating Phantoms initially intended for the Royal Navy at Leuchars air base in Fife, the withdrawal of HMS Ark Royal in 1978 meant that they also inherited the rest of the Fleet Air Arm Phantom fleet. Nos 43 and 111 Squadrons would use the Phantom FG.1 to defend Britains airspace until 1989, when they both converted to the BAe Tornado F.3.