There are many who remember the F-4 Phantom II fighter-bomber with nostalgia. It's long gone from the operational squadrons of the US Air Force, but it's still in front-line service with a number of other nations.
The Luftwaffe, Germany's Air Force, periodically operates a flight of fighter aircraft as part of NATO's air policing mission in Lithuania. The service still has some F-4F's in its inventory, although they're scheduled to be retired from service and replaced by the Eurofighter Typhoon next year.
A detachment of four F-4F's is currently on station at Siauliai air base in Lithuania. Here's a video report, released by the Bundeswehr, showing a practice alert and takeoff. The pilots and ground crew don't seem in any particular hurry, so they clearly weren't rehearsing for an emergency!
Considering that the F-4 first flew in 1958, it's quite an achievement to have it still in front-line service well over half a century later.