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F4 Phantom II Diecast Military Model Airplanes, 1/48 Scale Pre Built Display Models.
F-4 Phantom II Militar avión de combate 1 / 48 Escala Diecast metal Aeronave Modelos, modelos F4 Phantom II.

F-4 Phantom II Fighter Jet Airplanes. Military 1/48 Scale Diecast Metal Airplane Models,
F4 Phantom II Pre Built Model Airplanes.

F4 Phantom II, Diecast Military Model Jet Fighters, model airplanes.  Originally the F-4 Phantom jet fighters 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 Jet Fighter 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 McDonnel Douglas.  It was a large airplane for being a jet fighter with a length of 62' 10" and a wingspan of  38' 5".  The military 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.

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F-4E Phantom II 1/48 Model

F-4E Phantom II 1/48 Model
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Made of Philippine mahogany, this 1/48 scale model measures 16 ½" in length and has a wingspan of 10". Hand painted and detailed, model comes ready to display on the included mahogany base.
#0009340

Price: $179.00

F-4G Gulf War Wild Weasel 1/58 Display Model



F-4G Gulf War Wild Weasel 1/48 Display Model
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Meticulously hand carved and painted by expert craftsmen, this premium quality, 1/58 scale, mahogany model of an F-4G "Advanced Wild Weasel" flown by the 52nd Tactical Fighter Wing during Operation Desert Storm - in which the unit flew more than 3,900 sorties and 7,200 combat hours, recording 142 radar site kills in 40 days of combat - is a real beauty! It even includes 1/44 scale models of AGM-88 HARM, AIM-7 Sparrow and AGM-65 Maverick missiles on the elegant wood display base, a metal history plate, and more. 12¾" long.
#0096605

Price: $179.00

F-4E Phantom II 1/48 Model
Pre Built Mahogany Model
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Made of Philippine mahogany, this 1/48 scale model measures 16 ½" in length and has a wingspan of 10". Hand painted and detailed, model comes ready to display on  the included mahogany base.  ....#0009340 $179.00

 

Modelling the F-4 Phantom II

Modelling the F-4 Phantom II

Osprey Modelling 3
Softbound Book
Buy Now or Just More Information.Coughlin. The F-4 Phantom II has served air forces around the world, leading to the production of numerous model kits. This volume shows you how to model a variety of scales and skill levels and covers many different variants, use of aftermarket detail sets, conversions, accessories and decals. Includes color reference cards, period images and building photos throughout. 80 pgs., 7¼"x 9¾", sfbd.
#0015136
Price:
$18.95

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F-4E Phantom II 1/72 Die Cast Model

F-4E Phantom II 1/72 Die Cast Model
172nd Sqn "Hawks," Disbandment Scheme, Turkish Air Force
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Wearing a special 172nd Squadron "Hawks," Turkish Air Force, disbandment scheme from 2009, this 1/72 scale, die cast Hobby Master model of an F-4E Phantom II features engraved panel lines; a well-equipped cockpit with instrument panel dials, ejector seat handles, optional-position canopies, and beautifully painted crew figures; raised wingtips and a dog-toothed leading edge that blends seamlessly into the fuselage; removable fuselage- and wing-mounted missiles and fuel tanks; realistic air intakes and exhaust nozzles; optional-position landing gear; and authentic markings, including a flying hawk design on the fuselage and wings. Measures 9¾" long with a 6¼" wingspan and includes a display stand.
#0098683

Price: $69.95

F-4EJ Kai 1/72 Die Cast Model

F-4EJ Kai 1/72 Die Cast Model
8th Sq. "Black Panthers," Japan Air Self-Defense Force, 2008
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Welcome to the X Plus Heavy Metal Collection, a new line with more precise detailing than anything offered before! Made for the most discerning collectors, this limited edition, 1/72 scale, die cast model of an F-4EJ Phantom II "Kai" dressed to commemorate the final year of Phantom operations by the Japan Air Self-Defense Force's 8th Hikotai (Squadron) "Black Panthers" (Misawa Air Base) features the most finely engraved panel lines, a well-equipped cockpit with beautifully painted crew figures and opening canopies, a centerline fuel tank, realistic air intakes and exhaust nozzles, optional-position landing gear, and authentic markings, including "2008 Final Year" on the fuselage and shark-mouth nose art. 9¾" long with a 6¼" wingspan; includes a display stand.
#0096706

Price: $129.00

F-4EJ Kai 1/72 Die Cast Model

F-4EJ Kai 1/72 Die Cast Model
"Ojirowashi," 7th AW, 302nd TFS, JASDF
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#0096709

Price: $159.00

F-4EJ Phantom II 1/72 Die Cast Model

F-4EJ Phantom II 1/72 Die Cast Model
MiG Silhouette, 301st Squadron, JASDF, Hyakuri Air Base
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Starting in 1973, the Japan Air Self-Defense Force received 154 F-4EJ Phantom IIs based on the U.S. Air Force F-4E. Replicating one of those F-4EJs wearing a "MiG Silhouette" scheme (designed to resemble a MiG-21 from a distance), this 1/72 scale, die cast Hobby Master model features engraved panel lines; a detailed cockpit with optional-position canopies and beautifully painted crew figures; removable fuselage- and wing-mounted arms (including Falcon missiles!) and fuel tanks; optional-position landing gear; authentic 301st Squadron, 7th Air Wing, markings from 1984; and more. 9¾" long with a 6¼" wingspan; includes a display stand.

#0098359

Price: $54.95

McDonnell Douglas F-4K Phantom 1/72 Die Cast Model

McDonnell Douglas F-4K Phantom 1/72 Die Cast Model
Royal Air Force 'RAF Leuchars'
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#0094418

Price: $73.95
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   Price:
$9.95
USAAC/USAF Fighters Throw



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

Price: $59.95

 

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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    F-4 Phantom Study Notes.  

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

First made in the early part of the Viet Nam War, the F-4 Phantom II 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 F-4 Phantom Wild Weasel jet fighter intentionally fly's into suspected surface to air missile areas attempting to draw fire from the enemy missile SAM sites.  Are these pilots are probably crazy, 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 F-4 Phantom II jet fighter

The U.S. Marines painted one of their F-4 Phantoms with VMFA-321's - the Hell's Angels' Colors.

These F-4 Phantom models come in wooden airplane models, diecast metal 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.

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.

F-4 Phantom II flown by the 32nd Tactical Fighter Squadron "Slobberin Wolfhounds" stationed at Camp New Amsterdam in the 1970s

Operated by the famous VX-4 test squadron known as "The Evaluators," this F-4 Phantom - Black Bunny - was their flagship while based at the Point Mugu Naval Air Station in 1969.

 RF-4B Phantom II tactical reconnaissance aircraft flown by the United States Marine Corps' VMCJ-2 "Playboys" when they were stationed at MCAS Cherry Point, North Carolina

RF-4C Phantom II 14th TRS, 432 TRW, Udorn RTAFB, Vietnam War

RF-4C Phantom II
10th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing, RAF Alconbury, 1967
RF-4C Phantom II - an F-4C modified for photographic and electronic reconnaissance missions - flown by the U.S. Air Force's 10th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing when it was stationed at RAF Alconbury in 1967

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

F-4G Wild Weasel 561st Fighter Squadron, 57th Fighter Wing, 1996

Replicating an F-4J (UK) Phantom II flown by No. 74 "Tiger" Squadron, Royal Air Force, in 1990

A replica of an F-4B Phantom II flown on ground attack missions by the U.S. Marines' VMFA-323 "Death Rattlers" out of Chu Lai Marine Corps base, Vietnam, in 1967

F-4B Phantom II
VMFA-531 "Grey Ghosts," USS Forrestal & HMS Ark Royal, 1974

Wearing the squadron markings of No. 892 Naval Air Squadron (the HMS Ark Royal's F-4 squadron) on its fin, an F-4B flown by the U.S. Marine Corps' VMFA-531 "Grey Ghosts" when the aircraft was cross-decked off of the USS Forrestal (CVA-59) and the Ark Royal during a 1973 Mediterranean cruise.

F-4B Phantom II VMFA-122 "Crusaders," Da Nang Air Base, South Vietnam, 1968

F-4B Phantom II flown on ground attack missions by the U.S. Marines' VMFA-122 "Crusaders" out of Da Nang Air base, South Vietnam, in 1968

 the U.S. Navy VF-111 "Sundowners" F-4B flown by CAG Cdr. Dan Pedersen in 1975

F-4B Phantom II
VF-51 "Screaming Eagles," CAG Bird of CVW-15, USS Coral Sea
 F-4B Phantom II CAG bird flown by squadron Operations Officer Lt. Cdr. Jerry "Devil" Houston and RIO Lt. Kevin Moore of the VF-51 "Screaming Eagles" when they shot down a MiG-17 on May 6, 1972, near Bai Thuong airfield

F-4J Phantom II VMFA-451 "Warlords," USS Forrestal, 1976

Wearing a patriotic, Bicentennial paint scheme, this 1/72 scale, die cast Hobby Master model of an F-4J flown by the U.S. Marines' VMFA-451 "Warlords" when they were stationed on the USS Forrestal (CV-59) in 1976

F-4J Phantom II VF-194 "Red Lightnings," 1977
Wearing an experimental, gray-tone camouflage scheme designed by artist Keith Ferris, F-4J Phantom II - outfitted with a slatted tailplane, zero-zero ejection seats, and engines capable of producing greater thrust than earlier F-4 variants - flown by the U.S. Navy's VF-194 "Red Lightnings" when they were stationed on the USS Coral Sea (CV-43) in 1977

F-4J Phantom II  VX-4 "Vandy 1," 1972
 first U.S. Navy Air Test and Evaluation Squadron "Vandy 1" aircraft to wear Playboy "rabbit head" tail markings (which first appeared in 1969 but underwent a change in the mid-1970s when Playboy threatened legal action unless the Navy used official Playboy stencils)

F-4N Phantom II VF-84 "Jolly Rogers," CVW-6 CAG Bird, USS Roosevelt
Take cover; the Jolly Rogers are back! A replica of the F-4N Phantom II Carrier Air Wing 6 (CVW-6) CAG bird flown with the VF-84 "Jolly Rogers" in 1975, this 1/72 scale, die cast Hobby Master model will take your breath away! "USS Roosevelt" (CVA-42) and the unit's famous skull-and-crossbones on the tail.

F-4N Phantom II
VF-161 "Chargers" CAG Bird, USS Midway, 1977
A replica of the F-4N Phantom II Carrier Air Wing 5 (CVW-5) CAG bird flown with the VF-161 "Chargers" in 1977, "USS Midway"

F-4C Phantom II
45th Tactical Fighter Squadron, Thailand, July, 1965
Modeled after the F-4C Phantom II borrowed by Capts. K.E. Holcombe and A.C. Clark of the U.S. Air Force's 45th Tactical Fighter Squadron on July 10, 1965, when they scored the first USAF kill of a MiG-17

 

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