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F14 Books F14 Models The F14 tomcat was manufactured by Grumman. The F14A had two Pratt & Whitney TF30 engines producing 20,900 lbs of thrust each with a total of 41,800 lbs of thrust. Later models of the F14 used 2 General Electric F110 engines producing, in afterburner, 27,000 lbs each and a total of 54,000 lbs of thrust. The F14 tomcat had an empty weight of 40,100 lbs with a max weight of 74,000 lbs. The tomcat was 62' 8" Long, 16' high and had a max wingspan of 64' 1". The F14 's cruise speed is 610 mph and it has a max speed of 1544 mph. This is the military 's second swing wing jet fighter, the first was the F111. This plane is a 2 place jet fighter and was termed the fleet defender. It first flew on 21 Dec 1970 and had its first west coast fleet deployment on the USS Kitty Hawk, CV63 in 1977. I was on that cruise, C. Jeff Dyrek, webmaster. 0009912 
F15 Books F15 Models The F15 eagle was manufactured by McDonnel Douglas, weighs 31,700 lbs empty with a max weight of 81,000 lbs, is 63' 9" in length with a wingspan of 74' 9", it has a maximum speed of 1650 mph a cruise speed of 570 mph and a max climb of 50,000 ft/min. The F15 has tow Pratt & Whitney F100 engines which produce 14370 lbs of thrust with 23,450 lbs with afterburners and a total of 46,900 lbs total thrust.
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F16 Books F16 Models The F16A Fighting Falcon
was built by General Dynamics.
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F18 Books F18 Models An F18 Hornet performs a full afterburner takeoff. The F18, made by McDonnel Douglas, is a multi role fighter which also performs the attack function. The f18 has an empty weight of 23050 lbs. and a max weight of 56000 lbs. The f18 uses two General Electric F404 engines each producing 16,000 lbs of thrust, combined produce 32,000 lbs of thrust. Later versions of the f18 produce more thrust than this "A" model. The F18A has a max speed of 1190 mph and a maximum climb rate of 60,000 ft/min 0009850 0009185 
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