MAPS Air Museum - McDonnell F-4S Phantom
Bill Maloney

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01McDonnellF4SPhantom 02F4SPhantomCockpit 03F4PhantomMainGear 04F4PhantomNoseGear
01 McDonnell F4S Phantom 02 F4S Phantom Cockpit 03 F4 Phantom Main Gear 04 F4 Phantom Nose Gear
05F4PhantomNoseGear 06F4PhantomTail 07F4PhantomFoldingWing 08F4PhantomWeaponsPylon
05 F4 Phantom Nose Gear 06 F4 Phantom Tail 07 F4 Phantom Folding Wing 08 F4 Phantom Weapons Pylon
09F4PhantomJetIntake 10F4PhantomCanopy 11F4PhantomFoldingWing 12F4PhantomFoldingWing
09 F4 Phantom Jet Intake 10 F4 Phantom Canopy 11 F4 Phantom Folding Wing 12 F4 Phantom Folding Wing
13F4PhantomRearCockpit 14WeaponsOfficersCockpit 15WeaponsOfficersCockpit 16PilotsCockpit
13 F4 Phantom Rear Cockpit 14 Weapons Officer's Cockpit 15 Weapons Officer's Cockpit 16 Pilot's Cockpit

McDonnell Douglas F-4S Phantom Specifications:

McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom Jet Fighters at other Aviation Museums in the Northeast
McDonnel F4 Phantom McDonnell F4 Phantom
A McDonnell Douglas F4D Phantom at the Air Victory Museum in Lumberton, NJ F4 Phantom at the Empire State Aerosciences Museum in Schenectady, NY
McDonnell F4 Phantom McDonnell F4 Phantom
F4D Phantom at the Vermont Militia Museum in Essex Junction, VT Another McDonnell Douglas F4A Phantom at the Quonset Air Museum in North Kingston, RI
F4-C Phantom II McDonnell F4 Phantom
A McDonnell Douglas F4C Phantom at the US Air Force Museum in Dayton, OH McDonnell Douglas F4G Phantom at the US Air Force Museum in Dayton, OH
McDonnell F-4 Phantom II F-4D Phantom
F4B Phantom II at the Wings of Eagles Museum in Horseheads, NY An F-4D Phantom at the Militia Museum of New Jersey in Sea Girt, NJ

Length: 58 feet 2 inches
38 feet, 5 inches
16 feet, 6 inches
Empty 30,200lbs Loaded - 61,000 lbs
Max Speed: 1,485 mph
Cruise Speed: 575 mph
Range: 1,632 miles
Service Ceiling: 55,200 feet
Fuel Capacity: 1,900 gallons internally 1,300 externally
Powerplant: Two General Electric J79 -GE-15 Turbofans 17,900 lbs thrust each with afterburner
 Four AIM-9 Sidewinder and Four AIM-7 Sparrow Air To Air Missiles or 16,000lbs External Bomb Load
First Flight : May 18, 1964
Cost: $2,260,000

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