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La F-4 Phantom II fue el primer jet de combate de todos los servicios. El F4 Phantom II modelo carpetas se muestran aquí son verdaderamente un aspecto fantástico en la historia de la aviación naval de EE.UU.. Maqueta de plástico kits, diecast modelos, mostrar modelos de caoba, madera de balsa y modelo de los kits. 1:18 y el avión.

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Originally the F-4 Phantom didn't have any guns.  It was thought that with the high speeds and the advanced missile technology that the phantom didn't need guns.  The pilots had all kinds of complaints, guns were necessary, so the phantom was finally fitted with a Gatling (20 mm) cannon.  The phantom became one of the worlds most famous fighter jets ever and changed the world of military aviation  -- The F4 Phantom II was built by McDonnell Douglas.  It was a large airplane for being a jet fighter with a length of 62' 10" and a wingspan of  38' 5".  The airplane weighed 28,276 lbs. empty and had a max weight of 58,000 lbs..  The F4 had two General Electric J79 engines with 17,000 lbs. each while using afterburners, with a combined total thrust of 34,000 lbs..  The jet had a max speed of 1459 mph, a cruise speed of 587 mph and a max range of 1370 miles.    There are many versions of this plane, these specs cover only one version.

The F-4 Phantom is one of the most successful jet fighters ever made.

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F-4C Phantom II 1/48 Kit
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Replicating an F-4C Phantom II, which ranks among the fastest, most versatile and powerful aircraft ever built, this 1/48 scale, plastic kit features textured surfaces; a detailed cockpit with optional-position canopies; standing and seated crew figures; ECM, camera, and gun pods; Sidewinder and Sparrow missiles and wing-mounted fuel tanks; a choice of two markings from the 58th Tactical Fighter Training Wing (including commander); and more. 14½" long; 99 parts, skill level 2.
#0083755

Price: $19.95

F-4E Phantom II 1/48 KitF-4E Phantom II 1/48 Kit
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Entering service with the U.S. Navy in 1960, the F-4 Phantom II all-weather, long-range supersonic jet interceptor fighter/fighter-bomber was so versatile it was also adopted by the U.S. Marines and U.S. Air Force two years later.

A replica of an "E" variant - A USAF version with an M61 Vulcan cannon in the elongated nose - of the Phantom II, this 1/48 scale, plastic Hasegawa kit features engraved panel lines; a well-equipped cockpit with an instrument panel, two crew figures, and a glazed canopy; wing- and fuselage-mounted fuel tanks and AIM-7 Sparrow and AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles; detailed exhaust nozzles; realistic landing gear; and a choice of markings for the 108th Tactical Fighter Wing, New Jersey Air National Guard, or the "30 Years of Phabulous Phantoms" anniversary aircraft that flew with the 131st Tactical Fighter Wing, Missouri Air National Guard. 15¾" long; 134 parts, assembly required.
#0083955
Price: $47.95
F-4G Phantom II 1/48 Kit F-4G Phantom II 1/48 Scale Kit
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The F-4G "Wild Weasel" was one of the most sophisticated weapons in the USAF inventory. Developed to replace the F-105, the F-4G is equipped with improved radar, special countermeasure devices, anti-radiation missiles to suppress enemy surface-to-air missiles, and other anti-aircraft weapons. Plastic kit features detailed surfaces, authentic cockpit and realistic landing gear. Includes armament and choice of markings. 9½" wingspan; assembly required.    #0090594    Price:
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F-4C/D Phantom II 1/48 Kit F-4C/D Phantom II 1/48 Kit
Plastic Model Airplane Kit

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Replicating the U.S. Air Force variant of the F-4 Phantom II supersonic fighter-bomber, this 1/48 scale plastic kit features textured surfaces with separate aileron parts, a detailed cockpit with crew figures and optional-position canopies, AIM-7 Sparrow and AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles and Electronic Countermeasures and gun pods, realistic landing gear, a choice of two USAF markings, and more. 14½" long; 120 parts, skill level 5.    #0083624    Price:
$28.95
F-4J Phantom II 1/32 Kit

F-4J Phantom II 1/32 Kit
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Replicating the F-4J variant, this premium quality, 1/32 scale plastic kit features textured surfaces; a detailed cockpit with ejection seats, optional-position canopies and two crew figures; a full array of weapons, including AIM-9 Sidewinder and AIM-7 Sparrow missiles; a 600-gallon centerline fuel tank and 370-gallon wing-mounted fuel tanks; a refueling probe; realistic landing gear with metal struts and real rubber tires; a choice of two markings (VF-96 "Fighting Falcons" and VMFA-451 "Warlords"); and more. Measures 22" long with a 14½" wingspan; assembly required.
#0083206
Price: $149.00

McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II Kit

McDonnell Douglas F-4E Phantom II 1/32 Scale Model Airplane Kit
469th Tactical Fighter Sqn, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing
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Replicating an early production F-4E Phantom II flown by the 469th Tactical Fighter Squadron, 388th Tactical Fighter Wing, this 1/32 scale, plastic kit - which measures nearly 2-feet long! - features clear parts so you can view the amazingly detailed 20mm M61A1 Vulcan gun pod and AN/APG-120 radar inside the elongated nose, die cast metal landing gear struts, and many other premium features!

You also get a one-piece fuselage with recessed panel lines, a fully-outfitted cockpit with optional-position canopies and pilot and RIO figures, full armament (including bombs and AIM-9E Sidewinder and AIM-7 Sparrow missiles) and 370-gallon fuel tanks, detailed engine nozzles, real rubber tires, a choice of two 469th TFS markings (Korat RTAFB 1968 and Anderson AFB 1973), and much more. Measures approximately 23½" long with a 14½" wingspan; skill level 3, assembly required.
#0083217
Price: $199.00

F-4J Phantom II 1/32 Kit

F-4J Phantom II 1/32 Kit
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This premium quality, 1/32 scale, plastic kit features a fully-equipped cockpit with optional-position canopies and crew figures, a variety of weapons (including Mk.82 unguided bombs and AIM-9 Sidewinder and AIM-7 Sparrow missiles), a refueling probe and a 600-gallon centerline fuel tank, realistic landing gear with die cast metal struts and rubber tires, an arrestor hook, a choice of three markings (VMFA-333 "Shamrocks," VMFA-232 "First to Fight" with devil insignia, and VF-84 "Jolly Rogers" with skull-and-crossbones insignia), and much more. 22" long with a 14½" wingspan; assembly required.
#0083215

Price: $189.00

U.S. Aircraft Weapon Loading 1/72 SetU.S. Aircraft Weapon Loading 1/72 Set
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This highly detailed set enables you to create realistic dioramas to accompany your aircraft kits. Painting required. Includes equipment common at jet-age U.S. military airbases such as a Ford tractor, an MJ-1 lift truck with self-propelled weapons loader, a hydraulic lift trailer, an MHU-12M ammunition trailer for transporting bombs and missiles, an F-4 drop tank dolly and assorted flight line personnel figures.
#0090776
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F-4J Phantom II 1/32 Model
F-4J Phantom II 1/32 Model
VF-154 "Black Knights"
Easy Build Model Kit
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Entering service with the U.S. Navy in 1960, the F-4 Phantom II all-weather, long-range supersonic jet interceptor fighter/fighter-bomber proved to be highly adaptable and was adopted by the U.S. Marines and U.S. Army two years later.

An incredible replica of a “J” variant – with expanded air-to-air and air-to-ground attack capabilities – Phantom II flown by the U.S. Navy’s VF-154 “Black Knights” off of the USS Ranger (CVA-61) in the 1970s, this 1/32 scale, plastic model features engraved panel lines and simulated rivets; a well-equipped tandem cockpit with hinged, opening canopies and beautifully painted crew figures; folding wings and moveable flight control surfaces; detachable wing- and fuselage-mounted missiles; a large, detachable fuel tank; realistic air intakes and exhaust nozzles; retractable landing gear with free-rolling wheels; authentic markings; and more. Measures 23½” long with a 14¼” variable wingspan and requires only a few minutes of simple assembly.
#0099124
Price: $99.95

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F-4 Phantom Balsa Kit F-4 Phantom Balsa Kit
Balsa Wood Model Airplane Kit
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This remarkable laser cut kit of one of the most significant fighter jets in history includes hand selected balsa, color peel-and-stick decals, vacuum-molded parts, light weight colored tissue, and full-size plans with step-by-step instructions. Measures 28" long with a 19" wingspan; 150+ pieces, assembly required.   #0083003   Price:
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USAAC/USAF Fighters Throw
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Trace the evolution of the U.S. Army Air Corps' - and later the U.S. Air Force's - finest aircraft with this throw featuring 15 aircraft including a P-26A, an F-104 Starfighter, a P-40C Tomahawk, an F-4C Phantom and an F-16 Falcon. The richly detailed woven images commemorate these fine aircraft and pay tribute to all those who flew them. 48"x 60" throw; 100% cotton.
#0067003

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Faster than a speeding bullet, this second generation supersonic fighter can fire at six targets simultaneously while tracking 18 others.
1/32 McDonnell F-4 C/D Phantom II TAM60305 First seen flying in the skies in May 1958, the Phantom II has served as a reliable and capable aircraft ever since. The Phantom II was originally employed by the U.S. Navy and then later adopted by the U.S. Air Force after it embarrassed many of the traditionally used craft. The Phantom II was victorious time after time in conflicts around the globe. Today, the Phantom has been replaced by the F-16. It is still in service in the air force of many nations, and is currently utilized in the U.S. as a training craft. Equipped with a full weapons load including: Left and right inboard pylons, 4 AIM-7E Sparrow rockets, 1 ALQ-87ECM pod and 4 AIM-9E Sidewinder rockets TER and MER racks.

 

F-4C Phantom II flown by 16-victory ace (12 WWII, 4 Vietnam) Col. Robin Olds - commander of the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing, the "Wolf Pack," stationed at Ubon Air Base, Thailand - during Operation Bolo in 1967

Blue Angels F-4J Phantom II
The Blue Angels flew the F-4 Phantom II from 1969 to 1974

F-4 Phantom Jet Fighters from VF-114 the Flying Aardvarks on the USS Kitty Hawk

Photo from Edward Thomas Rieth

Beyond the Call of Duty

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Dan Patrillo at Ubon, Thailand on May 29. 1968

Hi Jeff, From my understanding our F4D of the the 25 SQ were the first planes in South East Asia with LORAN, and we arrived at Ubon, Thailand on May 29. 1968 with 10 planes, pilots and ground crew.

I have enclosed a couple photos along with a photo of the Thai Airforce only plane on the base, a A1 Skyraider

Thank You, Dan Petrillo  'IN GOD WE TRUST '

 

Look at this fantastic Model F-4 Phantom II built by Master Model Builder Inaki Ruiz.  What does a model look like when it was built by a master model builder?  This is the F-4 Phantom Exhibit from Inaki Ruiz from Spain.  He builds fantastic model airplanes that are realistic beyond compare.  His models win major competitions and he goes out of his way to ensure detail and accuracy of his model kits.

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First made in the early part of the Viet Nam War, the phantom is still flying in the United States Air Force as well as many other countries military air forces.  One of the interesting jobs where the F4 phantom used is the function as the Wild Weasel.  For this job the phantom intentionally fly's into suspected surface to air missile areas attempting to draw fire from the enemy missile batteries.   Are these pilots crazy, probably, but this allows the Wild Weasel to fire its weapons (HARM Missiles) at the ground radar site.  This method has been very successful and has been widely used from the Viet Nam era to the Gulf War.  I'm not sure, but one reason that the phantom may be so successful at this job may be because of the it's construction provided very little stealth characteristics.   The HARM Missile System (High Speed Anti-Radiation Missile) detects the enemy's radar energy using the HTS (Harm Targeting System) antennas and processes the radar information in an onboard computer which determines bearing and range to the radar source.  The HTS system also determines what type of SAM (Surface to Air Missile) site the target is (SA-3, SA-4, etc.)  The HTS system also works with the other passive ECM (Electronics Counter Measures) systems on the Phantom.  U.S. Marines F-4 painted in VMFA-321's - the Hell's Angels' These F-4 Phantom models come in wooden airplane models, diecast airplane models, plastic airplane model kits and mahogany aircraft models.  Models are the ultimate educational toy.  Building model airplane kits gives both adults and kids a big boost in their lives.

 

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U.S. Air Force Phantom "MiG Killer" of Col. Robin Olds, commander of the 8th Tactical Fighter Wing and USAF triple ace with 12 kills in WWII and four more in Vietnam.

An F-4E Phantom II flown by the U.S. Air Force in 1978 to celebrate the Phantom's 20th anniversary and the 5,000th Phantom produced.

Features the Blue Angels markings as they appeared from 1969-1974.

U.S. Marines F-4 painted in VMFA-321's - the Hell's Angels'

Showtime 100, the U.S. Navy VF-96 "Fighting Falcons" F-4 borrowed by Vietnam ace Lt. Randy Cunningham and Lt. JG Willie Driscoll the day they made ace.

a Phantom from VF-84 - the unit that proudly wore the "Jolly Rogers" logo for more than 35 years.

 In the fabulous print by Robert Watts, U.S. Navy F-4 Phantoms of VF-84 return to their carrier, the USS Independence. The classic F-4 Phantom served the Navies and Air Forces of more Western countries than any other combat jet.

Edward & Davies. For every American fighter pilot involved in the Vietnam War, the ultimate goal was to "kill a MiG." In eight years of conflict, U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps Phantom II crews claimed 43 Vietnamese Peoples Air Force aircraft.

With the Playboy bunny painted on its tail, this F-4 Phantom from U.S. Navy Development Squadron 4 (VX-4) gives a whole new meaning to "hot flying."

a Phantom of the U.S. Navy's VX-4, one of several U.S. military aircraft to receive a special paint job for the nation's bicentennial celebration,

The F-4G "Wild Weasel" was one of the most sophisticated weapons in the USAF inventory. Developed to replace the F-105, the F-4G is equipped with improved radar, special countermeasure devices, anti-radiation missiles to suppress enemy surface-to-air missiles, and other anti-aircraft weapons.

 

Patterson Aircraft Company

This exhibit shows the Patterson Aircraft Company in 1980.  This is the place that I worked in the last part of the 70's and the first part of the 80's.  This was the best job that I have ever had and one of the best crews that I have ever worked with.  C. Jeff Dyrek, webmaster.

Exhibit Added 1 Sep 2004

C. Jeff Dyrek, webmaster, YellowAirplane.com

 

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