FS2002/4 UNS McDonald Douglas F4-II Phantom
- Complete with Base Model
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- 2.65 MB
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The archive a-rlf-4j.zip has 36 files and directories contained within it.
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|Filename/Directory||File Date||File Size|
|f4-4ii no 2318.mdl||04.17.03||1.10 MB|
|F4-4II NO 2318.air||11.16.02||13.19 kB|
|Go to Fly Away Simulation.url||01.22.16||52 B|
The McDonald Douglas F4-II Phantom is one of those aircraft that comes with a very interesting style, and has that specific history and purpose that means when you step foot into the cockpit you will more or less know what you need to do!
As a package, this will give you all the help that you need to make the fantasy of flying around in a Phantom a reality as this does the perfect job of capturing that feeling.
This twin-engine, all-weather fighter/bomber aircraft provides you with the precision and the power needed to really feel what an aircraft has in the way of power.
The aircraft has the performance and the ability to perform three separate tactical roles within a military battle, though, so you will find that you are flying a highly versatile and effective aircraft that can more or less take care of any problem.
From strafing runs to taking out armor and fortified positions, the Phantom has been a prominent military fighter for many years. Having watched more than my fair share of documentaries on this aircraft I decided to try it out via this package and see what I made of it in terms of a specific form of fighter.
It might be close to 50 years old but the fighter itself still brings a range of different positives to the table. Or a start, it’s capable of providing both offensive and defensive capabilities as it can serve as a tool for close air combat and also attacks from afar.
As far as aircraft goes in terms of military versatility, few aircraft can live up to the fine repetition of the Phantom. If you have never had the chance to fly one in the past then you will need to try this mod out, as it does everything necessary to make it feel authentic. I’m a big fan of using aircraft built on tier real-life counterparts and this really does capture the dynamics and the overall precision of the real thing just perfectly.
I was hugely impressed from the offset and the fact that I’ve been using FS2004 more than FSX in the last week or so to try this out just shows you how much I think of the detail and the overall job done by the team working on it. A spectacular job carried out by some rather spectacular people!
I would hugely recommend this, really – it does the Phantom total justice which can be a hard thing to do with such a demanding, challenging craft.
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