F-4 Phantom II

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F-4 Phantom II Profile Drawing Prints

The McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II was originally designed by McDonnell Aircraft as a fleet defense fighter for the U.S. Navy.  It is a two-seat, twin engine supersonic long-range fighter-bomber that first entered service in 1960.  By 1963, the U.S. Air Force had adopted it as its primary fighter-bomber.  The F-4 had a top speed of Mach 2.23, with an initial climb rate of 41,000 ft/min.  The F-4 set 15 world speed records in its early years, five of which were not broken until 1975, by the F-15 Eagle.  Nearly 5,200 aircraft were built.  It was used extensively in Vietnam by the Navy, Marine Corps and Air Force.  The F-4 remained in service through 1996 in its fighter bomber role, and reconnaissance and Wild Weasel versions (anti-air defense) variants operated during the first Gulf War.  The F-4 is the only aircraft that was flown by both the Navy Blue Angels and Air Force Thunderbirds Flight Demonstration Teams.  Eleven other nations operated this powerful, adaptable, aircraft.

There are 6 primary variants of the F-4 that were flown by a wide variety of Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force squadron types in the 40+ year life of this versatile aircraft.  Use the drop down lists below to select the aircraft you flew or maintained, and add as much information on your individual bird as possible to make your drawing really unique. When ordering, you can request that we add up to 3 lines of personalization to your drawing.  This typically includes your name and rank, years with the squadron, then either your call sign or job function.  The choice is yours, use one line or all three!

 

Our artists have the capability of drawing virtually all models of the F-4, and customizing the drawing for most squadrons.  If yours is not in the list, drop us an email message with your request at info@usmilitaryart.com, or give us a call on our toll-free number (888-465-5389) to discuss your aircraft of interest.  There is no additional charge for producing a new drawing.

George Bieda has drawn many F-4 variants and squadrons.  His drawings contain not only the profile of the aircraft, unit insignia, and squadron plaque, but also interesting and important statistics regarding the aircraft.  Shown here are several examples of Mr. Bieda's drawings -

Profile Drawing of an F-4B Phantom II of VF-14 Tophatters by George Bieda Profile Drawing of an F-4B Phantom II of VMFA-115 Silver Eagles by George Bieda Profile Drawing of an F-4J Phantom II of VF-74 Be-Devilers by George Bieda Profile Drawing of an F-4J Phantom II of VMFA-212 Lancers by George Bieda
F-4B Phantom II
VF-14 Tophatters
F-4B Phantom II
VMFA-115 Silver Eagles
F-4J Phantom II
VF-74 Be-Devilers
F-4J Phantom II
VMFA-212 Lancers

F-4 Phantom II Profile Drawings by George Bieda
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BUNO Side Number Airwing

Carrier Tail Code Time Frame

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Mads Bangso has taken a sabbatical from profile drawings as of 1 JUN 2012.  We are continuing to display has previous work below because of our visitors' interest in his detailed renderings.  We have a number of these works on file, so if you have an interest in one, contact us by phone (toll-free 888-465-5389) or email (marketing@usmilitaryart.com) to check on availability.

Profile Drawing of an F-4J Phantom II of VMFA-235 Death Angels by Mads Bangso
F-4B Phantom II
VF-143 Pukin' Dogs
"On the Cat"
F-4J Phantom II
VMFA-235 Death Angels
"In Flight"

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