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    Milviz F-4E Phantom II For FSX & P3Dv2


    Milviz has released their F-4E Phantom II for FSX & P3Dv2, the McDonnell two-place, twinjet, all-weather F-4 Phantom II, with top speeds more than twice that of sound, was one of the most versatile fighters ever built.


    The F-4 established 16 speed, altitude and time-to-climb records. In 1959, its prototype set the world altitude record at 98,556 feet. In 1961, an F-4 set the world speed record at1,604 mph on a 15-mile circuit.


    F-4s saw combat in both the Vietnam War and Operation Desert Storm and served with the air forces of 11 countries in addition to the United States.

    the F-4E was the most numerous Phantom variant, with some 1,370 built, as well as the most widely exported Phantom, having seen service with 9 countries outside of the US. The package ships with 12 high resolution liveries has a total of 31 interesting liveries available FREE.


    The Milviz F-4E Phantom II ships with a Large selection of authentic weapons and pods to outfit your F-4 with. The configuration menu lets you setup your payload any way you wish, allowing you to configure for almost any mission. And of course, adding or removing ordinance or fuel will have an appropriate effect on flight dynamics and handling characteristics.

    Features Include:


    Realistic systems and avionics


    Realistic startup and shutdowns


    Fully functional ACM (loadout menu)


    Large selection of weapons and pods


    Flight dynamics created by Bernt Stolle


    Realistic DX10/DX11 night lighting, landing lights and custom effects


    High quality sound set recorded from a real F-4


    High quality external model using normal and specular maps


    High quality internal model complete with custom 3D gauges


    Includes external F-4J model


    High resolution paint kit available


    Highly detailed product manuals included


    Full Controller Button Mapping Using ACM


    Visit the Milviz F-4E Product Page for further details .

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