Hasegawa 1:48 AIRCRAFT SERIES F-4EJ KAI PHANTOM II™ “SUPER PHANTOM” Plastic model
Hasegawa 1:48 AIRCRAFT SERIES F-4EJ KAI PHANTOM II™ “SUPER PHANTOM” Plastic model
Hasegawa 1:48 AIRCRAFT SERIES F-4EJ KAI PHANTOM II™ “SUPER PHANTOM” Plastic model

Hasegawa 1:48 AIRCRAFT SERIES F-4EJ KAI PHANTOM II™ “SUPER PHANTOM” Plastic model

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1:48 AIRCRAFT SERIES
F-4EJ KAI PHANTOM II™ “SUPER PHANTOM”
PT7
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Item no … PT7 (07207)
-The F-4EJ Kai is an Air Self-Defense Force fighter developed from the F-4EJ Phantom II.
-More than 20 years have passed since the introduction of the F-4EJ, which was decided to be adopted as the successor to the F-86F in 1968, and deployment began in 1969. We have been doing research and development since 1955.
-As a result, in February 1982, we announced the renovation plan as F-4EJ Kai.
-This refurbishment mainly improves combat capabilities and adopts the ASIP inspection method, which is a measure to extend the life of the aircraft.
- Regarding the improvement of combat capability, we first installed AN / APG-66J, which was modified from Westinghouse AN / APG-66, which uses fire control radar for F-16, for F-4EJ.
-This radar is a radar that has been adopted from the point of reflection of the Hakodate forced landing of the Mig 25, and is suitable for searching from the sky for aircraft flying at low altitudes over the sea with a small pulse Doppler radar.
- Along with this, the on-board computer has been changed from the analog type to a digital type computer.
-This made it possible to integrate the armament system and operate domestically produced ASM-1 anti-ship missiles.
-Navigation equipment has also been changed from analog to digital.
-Navigation accuracy has been dramatically improved by digitizing the inertial navigation system, and it also has a target mark function that can mark up to three target points.
- As another means of self-defense, the radar-warning device has been modified to an improved type, and detailed data is displayed on the CRT screen in the cockpit.
-In addition, as a measure to simplify the pilot's operation procedure, the HOTAS concept that allows various operations to be performed while keeping the hands on the control stick and throttle lever is also adopted.
-With these modifications, a new head-up display has been adopted for the processed data, so that the data can be read while the pilot is facing the front.
-The F-4EJ Kai adopted the ASIP aircraft management method as a measure to extend the life of the aircraft.
-This is a system that can manage the flight performance data of each aircraft by computer and manage the fatigue level of each aircraft individually.
- This ASIP method enables the life extension of about 2,000 hours per aircraft.
-Although interception combat is the main mission of F-4EJ Kai, since the ground attack is also significantly improved compared to F-4EJ, the support fighter F-1 will be retired in the future, so F-4EJ Kai One squadron will be on a support combat mission.