F-4B, F-4J, F4-G "Wild Weasel" Air Defence Suppresion, RF-4C Tactical Reconnaissance Aircraft, QF-4 Drone - Target Vehicle
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BattleFleet Naval Strategy Games
with Battleships Dynamics Game Engine
|home page||Battlefleet: Pacific War is WW2 naval turn-based strategy game, extension to the classic Battleship game, where ships/planes, subs can move!||screenshot|
|F e a t u r e s :|
|45 Ship/Plane/Sub/Artillery types
18 Death Match Missions
Various game objectives
Combat maps up to 96x96
Unit names and officer ranks are historic
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|( Size: 4.8 MB )||for Windows 98/XP/NT/Me/2000 Pentium 233 MHz, 32 MB RAM||Current version: 1.26|
The F4 Phantom II is a two-place (tandem), supersonic, long-range, all-weather fighter-bomber built by McDonnell Douglas Corporation. It was operated by the US Navy, the USMC and later the USAF, from 1961 until 1995. It is still in service with other nations.
Its primary mission capabilities are: long range, high-altitude intercepts utilizing air-to-air missiles as primary armament; a 20mm M61 Vulcan cannon as secondary armament; long-range attack missions utilizing conventional or nuclear weapons as a primary armament; and close air support missions utilizing a choice of bombs, rockets and missiles as primary armament. It was one of the few aircraft types that have served in the US Navy, USMC and USAF. It was one of the longest serving military aircraft post-war.
First flown in May 1958, the
Phantom II originally was developed for U.S. Navy fleet
defense and entered service in 1961. The USAF evaluated
it (as the F-110A Spectre) for close air support,
interdiction, and counter-air operations and, in 1962,
approved a USAF version. The USAF's Phantom II,
designated F-4C, made its first flight on May 27, 1963.
Production deliveries began in November 1963.
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