F-4G Advanced Wild Weasel
F-4G AdvancedWildWeasel
Origin USA United States
Role Fighter-bomber
Manufacturer McDonnell Douglas
Primary user USAF United States Air Force
Marines U.S. Marine Corps
Navy United States Navy
General characteristics
Crew 2
Length 62.99 ft (19,2 m)
Wingspan 38.11 ft (11,8 m)
Height 16.70 ft (5.09 m)
Loaded weight 61,793 lb (28,025 kg)
Maximum speed 1,432 mph (2,305 km/h)
Range 1,612 mi (2,594 km)
Tom Clancy's H.A.W.X.
series information
Appearances H.A.W.X.
H.A.W.X. 2 (Main, Wii)

The F-4G "Advanced Wild Weasel", was the last model still in the active Air Force inventory, until it was replaced by the F-16CJ/DJ in the role of increasing the survivability of tactical strike forces by seeking out and suppressing or destroying enemy radar-directed anti-aircraft artillery batteries and surface-to-air missile sites. F-4G's were E models modified with sophisticated electronic warfare equipment in place of the internally mounted 20mm gun. The F-4G could carry more weapons than previous Wild Weasel aircraft and a greater variety of missiles as well as conventional bombs. The primary weapon of the F-4G, however, was the AGM-88 HARM (high speed anti-radiation missile). Other munitions included cluster bombs, and AIM-65 Maverick and air-to-air missiles.


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