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--This is the third special feature of [F-4 Phantom II] in this magazine.
--In No.16, the [short nose type], which can be said to be the basic form of the F-4 Phantom II, and in No.28, the [reconnaissance aircraft type] with special equipment loaded in the space created by extending the nose. Delivered each.
--The F-4 Phantom was born in the age of universal missile theory.
――The need for fixed armament (machine gun) arises from war lessons, etc., and the F-4D nose of the US Air Force was extended following the reconnaissance aircraft type, and the 20mm Vulcan gun was mounted under it. In -4E, the derivative type based on this is commonly called [long nose type].
――The F-4E, which has increased its combat power as a result, has been operated as a main fighter in Japan and other countries, including the United States Air Force.
――Apart from this, the F-4 Phantom II, the so-called British Phantom, which went to England, has undergone its own evolution.
――This is often due to the so-called [national circumstances], but the biggest change is the on-board engine.
――The engine of the phantom is General Electric J79, but it is characterized by replacing it with the Rolls-Royce Spey of its own country.
――Therefore, it is also called [Spey Phantom].
[Special feature example]
--F-4E (early model) Zoukei-mura 1/48
--F-4E (late model) German level 1/72 remodeling
--F-4EJ Japan Air Self-Defense Force Tamiya 1/32
--F-4EJ Kai Air Self-Defense Force Hasegawa 1/48
--F-4F German Air Force German Level 1/32
--F-4G Wild Weasel Hasegawa 1/72
--Phantom FG.1 Royal Navy Fujimi 1/72
--Phantom FG.1 Royal Air Force Hasegawa 1/48
--Phantom FGR.2 Royal Air Force Airfix 1/72
--Long Nose & Spey Phantom-Birth and transition of each
--Painting and marking
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--Modeling JASDF-I want to see, shoot, and make! ~
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( This is a machine translation. Please allow for possible misinterpretations in the text. )