I guess You're fine with the selected pit. After doing some checking regarding "SRA", I found out the following:
In 1991 the HAF aquired 28 F-4E's from the Indiana ANG. These birds were delivered under the so-called South-Eastern Regional Agreement ("SRA"). This indicates that these birds were rather "old-type" F-4E's, meaning "pre-AUP". During their life-time within the ANG, the aircraft received various system-upgrades such as:
* Advanced Navigation & Weapon-delivery System
* Airborne Video Tape Recorder
* Have Quick Radio's
* Improvements to the AN/APQ-120 RADAR
In 1997 the HAF decided to upgrade their F-4's with the "PEACE ICARUS 2000" program, better known as "Avionics Upgrade Program" ("AUP"). Delivery of the first AUP-birds took place in 2002.
In short: I'm pretty sure You're OK with the selected pit when building a "SRA" bird.
Should You decide to put the model on a base, it might be a nice idea to look up a picture of an Indiana ANG badge, print it and put it somewhere in the corner of the base - "linking" it to "SRA". Guess You would have to do some registration-research to keep it all "accurate"... (If so desired.)
(Couldn't find a bigger piccie...)
Edited by Shujaa, 02 August 2017 - 05:48 AM.