McDonnell F-101A 54-1455 in natural metal finish and the mid-'sixties markings of the 81st Tactical Fighter Wing, which received the early production variant of the Voodoo in 1958-59 at RAF Bentwaters and RAF Woodbridge in the United Kingdom.
Two-seat McDonnell F-101B Voodoo 58-0308 in the mid-'seventies, serving with the 179th Fighter Interceptor Squadron, Minnesota ANG. The airframe is finished in protective light grey paint overall.
Two-seat McDonnell CF-101B serial 101050 (ex-USAF 57-396) in light grey finish and bearing the insignia of No 409 Squadron, CAF. This is one of the 56 CF-101Bs (and 10 CF-101Fs) delivered to Canada under the "Peace Wings" operation in 1971. replacing an earlier batch of like quantity.
McDonnell RF-101C Voodoo 56-176 of the 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron, 460th TRW, which moved from Misawa AFB, Japan, to operate over Vietnam from 1961 onwards. The individual name "Kathy's Clown" appears on the nose.
McDonnell RF-101H Voodoo 56-032 as used by the 192nd TRS, 123rd TRW. The RF-101G and RF-101H were reconnaissance versions converted from F-101As and Cs, primarily for use by Air National Guard squadrons.
McDonnell RF-101C Voodoo of the Chinese Nationalist Air Force, one of about eight supplied in 1959 to allow the CNAF to fly reconnaissance missions over Communist China.