Introduced in the 1960s, the F-4G Phantom was a tandem-seat interceptor and fighter-bomber aircraft manufactured by McDonnell Douglas. Also called the Wild Weasel, this Phantom aircraft was outfitted with radar-seeking missiles designed to detect and demolish Soviet surface-to-air-missiles sites in South Vietnam. Known to play a deadly game of bait and tag, the Wild Weasel’s strategy was to bait SAM missile facilities. When the Soviet radars are detected, the F-4G would tag them with its missile system. It is used in Operation Desert Storm to take out Iraqi anti-aircraft artillery.