F-4EJ Fighter Plane
[ Defense Aircraft ]

The F-4 fighter jet is a supersonic fighter developed by Boeing (former McDonnell Douglas) for the U.S. Navy, with its first flight in 1958.
The F-4 is the supersonic fighter developed by McDonnell Douglas in the U.S. for the U.S. Navy, with its first flight in 1958. In Japan, it was introduced into the Air Self-Defense Force, and manufactured and licensed as the F-4EJ. MHI is the primary contractor. With delivery starting in 1971 to the Air Self-Defense Force, a total of 140 units have been manufactured to date. In this plane, the multiple seats are arranged lengthwise, and this style is used by the U.S. Navy, the U.S. Air Force, and by various countries in the world. Approximately 5,200 units have been manufactured.

Main specifications

Width 11.7m
Length 19.2m
Height 5.0m
Gross weight 26,000kg
Engine 8,100kg × 2
Max. speed More than M2
Equipment 20mm class machine gun×1
Sparrow missiles×4
Falcon missiles×4

Stories of MHI Group Expertise