“Huns” of the 481st Tactical Fighter Squadron over South Vietnam in February 1966. Two of them looking definitely tired in their dilapidated silver livery. Early in the Vietnam war the F-100’s wore this silver livery, but all eventually received the more suitable T.O: 1-1-4 “South-East Asia” camouflage.
Always a fan of the F-100’s archetypical “heat-treated” rear end. The J57 afterburner had no mercy with paints so the area was usually left simply unpainted.