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F4 Phantom II Model

Navy F4B Phantom II Wood Model Airplane


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F4 Phantom II Model

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Share your memories of the past with our handcrafted F-4 Phantom II fighter mahogany.

Model Airplane: F4 Phantom Navy fighter aircraft
Span: 11.5"
Length: 17.5"
Scale: 1/48
Material: Mahogany
Manufacturer: McDonnell Douglas
Engine: Jet
Company: US Navy

Model Airplane Factory offers handmade F-4 Phantom Navy fighter airplane, artistically created by our master craftsmen. Every part and detail of the Phantom F-4 model jet is given equal attention to retain the actual specification of the Navy Phantom F4. Navy Phantom F-4 airplane jet is hand carved from solid mahogany and completely hand painted. From raw kiln-dried mahogany wood, it undergoes processes to accomplish a precise Phantom F4 wooden jet; from carving, sanding, coating, painting and detailing to a creatively done wooden replica of the Navy Phantom F4. Multiple coats of clear lacquer is applied in Phantom F-4 wooden fighter plane jet to protect the exquisite artwork and provide an overall glossy finish.

The F-4's biggest weakness, as it was initially designed, was its lack of an internal cannon. For a brief period, doctrine held that turning combat would be impossible at supersonic speeds and little effort was made to teach pilots air combat maneuvering. In reality, engagements quickly became subsonic. Furthermore, the relatively new heat-seeking and radar-guided missiles at the time were frequently reported as unreliable and pilots had to use multiple shots just to hit one target. To compound the problem, rules of engagement in Vietnam precluded long-range missile attacks in most instances, as visual identification was normally required. Many pilots found themselves on the tail of an enemy aircraft but too close to fire short-range Falcons or Sidewinders.

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