US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155
US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155

US Navy F-4B Phantom II Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 1:155

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US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155

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Postage Stamp display scale models US Navy F-4B PhantomII Sundowners die cast Postage Stamp PS5384-3 Scale 1:155 Aircraft: F-4B Phantom II 1:144 Scale Item: PS5384-3 The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II is regarded as one of the most successful fighter designs of all time. An American two-seat, twinjet, all weather interceptor, fighter / fighter-bomber aircraft, its first flight occurred on May 27, 1958. With top speeds more than twice the speed of sound, the F-4 established 16 speed, altitude and time-to climb records. An all-around performer the F-4 Phantom II simultaneously served the USAF, USN and the USMC, the first American aircraft to do so, while also serving in approximately 11 other countries.Fighter Squadron 111 (VF-111), also known as the Sundowners is perhaps the most famous Pacific fleet squadron with an iconic insignia. During the Vietnam War, VF-111 made seven deployments, flying over 12,500 combat missions. In 1971, VF-111 joined CVW-15 (NL), on board CVA-43 USS Coral Sea, and transitioned to the F-4 Phantom II. During this deployment LT Weigand and LT JG Freckleton downed a MiG-17 on March 6, 1972 near the Tonkin Gulf. This Die-cast metal airplane model comes in 1:155 scale with plastic stand and is approximately 4 7/8 inches long with 3 3/16 inch wingspan. The postage stamp die-cast metal, historical airplanes include aircraft from WWI to present. They are fully decorated with authentic details and come with a display stand. Wingspans are from 4 1/2" to 8".
Additional Info
  • Stock#
    PS5384-3
  • Brand
    Postage Stamp
  • Scale
    1:155
  • Material
    N/A
  • Aircraft Type
    Fixed-Winged
  • Era
    World War II
  • Aircraft
    F-4 (Phantom)
  • Propulsion
    Jet-Powered
  • Role
    Transport
  • Country
    United States
Warning: Choking Hazard! Contains small parts. Not a toy. Not for children under 3 years.
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