US Navy F-4 B/J/N/S Phantom
DACO is proud to announce the ne xt book in its detailed
range "Uncovering the...", inwhich all US Navy versions
of the McDonnell Douglas (Q) F-4 B/J/N/S Phantom is uncovered.
Although this aircraft doesn't fly with the US Navy for quite
some years now, most of the F-4 N/S pictures were taken during
the last weeks of their operational life with VX-30 at Point Mugu.
These on-the-flightline and in-the-hangar photos are combined
with recent taken pictures of F-4 B, J, N & S Phantoms preserved
at museums all over the USA to make it one very complete book.
You get clear & detailed pictures of the complete
fuselage, both radar sets, the various ECM/RHAW systems (also
with their covers removed), the thin and thick wing variants,
the two engine types, the different cockpits in crisp detail (and
yes, you can read the instruments), the two ejection seats (Mk5
and Mk7), some QF-4 drone NOLO in-flight pictures, a complete
maintenance section, 18 pages of armament with several pictures
taken during the Vietnam war, accurate drawings from the hand
of Jim Rotramel and a pages with pictures of the end of several
This book has the size of 21 x 24 cm (8.25 x 9.50 inch),
contains 176 pages + 2 additional large foldouts ( 1 meter / 40"
long) with completely revised (and very accurate) 1/72nd &
1/48th scale drawings and the cockpit lay-out diagrams of the
F-4B/N and F-4J/S by Willy Peeters.
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The whole fuselage and the differences between the
various types is clearly given
a complete overview of the Nose Landing Gear and TEN
pages are preserved for the Main Landing Gear and its different
both radar sets are given in detail too (here's the
a complete overview of the F-4B/N, F-4J/S and QF-4
cockpits are given, good for 44 pages of cockpit shots alone
a very complete section of Maintenance images is give
too, showing a lot of open panels, engine removals, opened spine,
just if they would have been in a phase bay yesterday.
and ending are we with a very complete selection of
armament, from Sparrows & Sidewinders to Mk82 & Napalm
We hope you are convinced that this book is worth
to be on your desk soon!