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posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 06:44 PM
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This thread will provide a means of resource for identifieing aircraft.It will contain statistics charachteristics and pictures. at the moment it is under construction and will be updated feel free to include your own work.any corrections would be appreciated this will be updated for missing information.please make corrections VIA U2U. there have been mistakes i will correct them soon.

FIGHTERS

USAF/USMC McDonnel- Douglas F-4 Phantom I/II
Mission:all weather fighter bomber
Engine:2 GE turbojets
length:63 feet
Wingspan:39 feet
Speed:1600+
ceiling:60,000 feet
Armament: AIM 7, AIM 9, AGM 65, AGM 88
Crew:2
f-4

F-5

NAVY Nothrup-Grumman F-14 Tomcat
nickname:the turkey
main mission:Seek and destroy enemy aircraft from a distance.
Crew:2 tandem style
Primary Weapon:AIM-54 Phoenix missles Up to 6
Secondary Weapon:6 barrel, 6600 round a minute M61A1 20-mm Vulcan Cannon.
Engine: two turbofans and five internal feul tanks.
Speed; 1,600mph
Length:63 feet
wingspan:64ft.
weight:43,600lbs.
ceiling:50,000 feet.
Swept back movable wings.
f-14

USAF McDonnel-Douglas F15E Strike Eagle
main mission: fight to ground target attack on target and fight out.
electronics:LANTRIN pods, Radar warning receiver.
Primary air weapons:AIM-7 Sparrow,AIM-9 Sidewinder
Primary ground weapons:AGM-130 missle
cockpit/crew:tandem/2
Secondary Weapon: M61A1 20-mm Vulcan
Engines:2 Pratt & Whitney Turbofans
speed:1875mph
Wingspan:43feet
Length:64 feet
Cieling: 65,000 feet
f-15e

USAF Lockheed Martin F-16 Fighting Falcon
Main Mission: close air to air combat
Electronics:LANTRIN pods,radar warning
Primary Air Weapon:AIM9,AIM120 AMRAAM
Primary Ground Weapon:JDAM
Engine:single Pratt&Whitney Turbofan
Speed:1,600MPH
crew:single
length:49feet
wingspan:32 feet.
ceiling: above 50,000 feet
External feul tank on each wing.
f-16


USAF McDonnel-douglas/Nortrop F/A18E Super Hornet
Mission:multirole
Cockpit:Single seat
Primary Air Weapons: AIM7 AIM9 AIM120
Primary Ground weapons:AGM-65 Maverick
Secondary:M61A1 cannon
Electronics: ATFLIR
Engines:2 turbofan
length:60 feet
wingspan:44.9 feet
ceiling:50,000+feet
speed:mach 1.8 +
1 external feul tank
f18

USAF Lockheed-Martin F-22 Raptor
Weapons bay: AIM 9 AIM 120 up to 6
or two grav.bomb or 1000 pound bomb
M61A2.
Engine:2 pratt&Whitney turbofans
Mission:air superiorety
Speed:supersonic
cockpit:1 pilot.
length:62 feet
wingspan:44.5 feet
speed: mach 2.0 apparently mach 3.0
horizontal and vertical fins feul tanks concealed in fins, stealth tech.,supercruise.
f-22

XF-35 JSF
mission:multirole
Cockpit/crew:1
Electronics:EOTS
weapons:JDAM,AIM 120
Engine: 1 turbofan
length:50.5 feet.
Wingspan:35 feet
VTOL,stealth,horizontal and vertical fins
JSF


more to come.........



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posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 06:52 PM
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seekerof

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posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 01:22 PM
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RAF FIGHTERS

Tornado

Eurofighter Typhoon

Harrier

Hurricane

under construction
moreto come...............



posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 09:49 PM
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May I suggest that you check your information or update it. There are actual pics of the F-35 now. Also the pics of the F/A-22 you have is actually of the yf-22. One more thing, the F/A-22 can't carry the AIM-7. The F-14 is the last plane to carry it any more on a daily basis. AIM-120 is being fitted to F-16 and F/A-18.

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posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 09:55 PM
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Here is a pic of the F/A-22 not the YF-22 as you have:





posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 09:59 PM
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Also the pic of the F-14 you have is quite old. You can tell from the tail art. The Navy does not allow colorful art like that any more.

A newer pic:





posted on Jun, 19 2004 @ 10:06 PM
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F-5



F-4




posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 10:10 AM
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yea sure thanks for the f-4 and f-5 pics. they will help.



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 11:14 AM
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A few things to point out.

1. Your pic of the F-14 has it listed as a USAF fighter. Check your sources, the only AF to use that aircraft is the Iranian. Also your speed for it is way too high. Where did you get that info from? Also, she can carry the AIM-7 or AIM-120 or AIM-9.

2. The AIM-7 is carried by a host of aircraft to this day. Not sure where jetsetter got his info from. The preference for the AIM-120 should be obvious, however if you need reasons then U2U me and I will give them to you.

3. Some naval aircraft still have the gaudy paint schemes to this day. Those are usually the CAG or squadron commander birds. They usually have the 00 or 01 number on the side.



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 11:16 AM
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the USAF does use the f-14 and it usually only carries phoenixs, and the speed is correct i got it from a book but wait till i finish a section to make corrections and please u2u me about corrections not here.nevermind checked my book just the navy with f-14

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posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 11:20 AM
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Originally posted by machinegunjordan
the USAF does use the f-14 and it usually only carries phoenixs, and the speed is correct i got it from a book but wait till i finish a section to make corrections and please u2u me about corrections not here.

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The USAF does not fly the F-14. Where are you getting that info from.

Here, go to www.navy.mil and look up the aircraft they use.

Then compare it to www.af.mil and see if the AF lists the F-14 as one of its aircraft.

What book did you get that info from. I know that it is wrong.



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 11:24 AM
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Originally posted by COOL HAND

Originally posted by machinegunjordan
the USAF does use the f-14 and it usually only carries phoenixs, and the speed is correct i got it from a book but wait till i finish a section to make corrections and please u2u me about corrections not here.

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The USAF does not fly the F-14. Where are you getting that info from.

Here, go to www.navy.mil and look up the aircraft they use.

Then compare it to www.af.mil and see if the AF lists the F-14 as one of its aircraft.

What book did you get that info from. I know that it is wrong.
well i checked my book and you are correct but did you not here me say U2U these posts will probably be deleted.



posted on Jun, 20 2004 @ 11:25 AM
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Originally posted by machinegunjordan
well i checked my book and you are correct but did you not here me say U2U these posts will probably be deleted.


Why are these posts going to be deleted? I thought that the point of this thread was to get relaible info out?

BTW I was kind of surprised that you forgot to put the F-15C up there on your list.


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