Announcing the F-4 Phantom by PRE-Flight RC Simulator. The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II is the most numerous American supersonic military aircraft ever. It also holds the record for the longest continuous production (24 years) for a fighter. When first flown in 1960, it had advanced pulse-doppler radar and made extensive use of titanium in its airframe - the first time in any jet fighter.
Despite its size and weight, the Phantom had a top speed of 2.23 and can climb 41,000 ft per minute. In the period of 1959-1962, the Phantom set speed and altitude records which were not broken until the advent of the F-15 in 1975. This performance was one of the factors that convinced 11 countries to adopt the Phantom as its front line fighter (7 countries still have it it use today).
This super scale PRE-Flight model of the Phantom has operating landing gear, afterburning jets, moveable controls (including stabilator), and operating landing hook. This model is in standard US Navy livery but can be "painted" to reproduce any of the Phantoms of the 11 countries where it found service.
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