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Category Aircraft Models, Subcategory 1:72 Hobby Master, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box HA1987, Publisher Hobbymaster
True 1/72 scale
Great attention to detail
All markings are Tampoed (pad applied)
Option to display the model on a stand that is provided
Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions
Canopies can be displayed open or closed
Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic
The McDonnell Douglas F-4 was the main multipurpose aircraft for the US Military for 20 years.
The F-4E variant was an improved version of the C/D with an elongated nose and compact
radar. These two things made it possible to install a 20mm M61A1 6 barrel 640 round Vulcan
gun pod in the nose. The F-4E was the most produced variant with 1387 aircraft being made
over its 12 year production period. The E also equipped more air forces than any other variant
of the Phantom II.
Due to delays with the F-111 the RAAF leased 24 F-4Es from the USAF. Phantom II 69-0307 c/n
3851 took its maiden flight on June 29, 1970 and arrived at RAAF Amberley 82 Wing No. 6
Squadron in late September 1970. The aircraft was assigned an RAAF A-69 number for admin
purposes but only the USAF registration appeared on the aircraft. On June 6, 1973 the aircraft
was returned to the USAF and converted to an F-4G Wild Weasel serving in Vietnam before
being converted to a QF-4G drone (AF-134) and destroyed June 11, 1997.
Specifications McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II
Engines (2) General Electric J79-GE-17 turbojets
Thrust 11,870 lb. st dry, 17,900 lb. st with afterburners
Maximum internal fuel - fuselage tanks 1,364 US gallons (up to block 40) and 1,225 US gallons
(from block 41 on).
Additional - 630 gallons of fuel in internal wing tanks.
External fuel load - 600 US gallons centerline tank
Additional - 370 US gallons tanks under each wing attached to the outer pylon
Total fuel load - 3334 US gallons (up to block 40) or 3195 US gallons (from block 41 on)
Maximum speed 1,430 mph at 36,000 ft (Mach 2.21)
914 mph at sea level (Mach 1.19)
Cruising speed 585 mph
Landing speed 158 mph
Initial climb rate 61,400 fpm
Service ceiling 62,250 ft
Combat ceiling 59,600 ft
Combat range - 595 miles
Maximum range - 1885 miles with maximum external fuel
Empty - 29,535 lbs
Gross - 40,562 lbs
Combat - 38,019 lbs
Take off - 61,651 lbs
Wingspan - 38 ft 5 in
Wing area - 530 sq ft
Length - 63 ft 0 in
Height - 16 ft 6 in
(1) 20-mm M61A1 cannon with 639 rounds in an under-nose gondola
(4) AIM-7 Sparrow semi-active radar homing air-to-air missiles in semi-recessed slots in the
(2) to (4) AIM-9 Sidewinder infra-red homing air-to-air missiles carried under the wings on the
Total offensive load of up to 16,000 pounds could be carried on the centerline and four under-
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