60314-Aircrafts-1/32 Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-4EJ Phantom II
[Wings of trust engraved in the 50-year history of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force] The F-4 Phantom series, which has been adopted as a main fighter by the US Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force, and has been deployed in 11 western countries. However, the F-4E, which can be said to be the definitive version of the Air Force type, was adopted as the successor to the F-104J, and the type for the Air Self-Defense Force was named F-4EJ after the equipment for ground attack and the aerial refueling device were removed. Two of them were produced by McDonnell Douglas, then knocked down and licensed, and 140 were introduced by 1981. In 1973, the 301st Squadron was formed at Hyakuri Base. Starting with, up to six squadrons have been equipped with the F-4EJ as the cornerstone of Japan's defense. Since then, the performance-enhancing type F-4EJ Kai has continued to fly to the missions and support missions. This year marks the 50th anniversary. In the history of the Air Self-Defense Force, he has been active on the front lines for about 30 years and has gained great trust.
[Model outline] A plastic model assembly kit for the F-4EJ Phantom II, which was active as the main interceptor fighter of the Japan Air Self-Defense Force. ● Scale 1/32, total length 600 mm, total width 368 mm. ● The EJ type features such as the original instrument panel layout are reproduced thoroughly. ● Screws are used to assemble the main parts such as the main wing and the fuselage. ● The nose part is a transparent part, and the internal 20mm Vulcan gun M61A1 And radar equipment is also precisely finished. ● Each pedestal is made of die cast, tires are made of synthetic rubber with realistic texture. ● AIM-9L sidewinder and AIM-7E Sparrow air-to-air missile set of 4 each. ● 6 flights Includes 10 types of decals that can reproduce the initial markings such as the unit mark of the corps, and 2 crew dolls.