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Wings F 4 Phantom II.

Military Channel Great Planes 14of17 F4 Phantom.


Mcdonnell Douglas F 4 Phantom II documentary.


4D model template of McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom: DIY model of airplane.

​Down Load template: Click "Down Load Template" button and print.  Or copy-paste the “print-out” of 4D template on your graphic program (such as PowerPoint) and add your label. Adjust the size as needed. 


​Construction Photo Notes

Check discussion for construction. To see large image: Click picture.

DIY 4D model template of McDonnell-Douglas F-4 Phantom

History Channel Dogfights 14 MiG Killers of the USS Midway.

Pardo's Push:

A year ago, I visited Cavanaugh Flight Museum, seen a real Phantom II in the museum and a interest picture of two Phantoms, from that I first learned the Pardo's Push.

4D paper airplane:

paper airplane design for DIY project

Real look, really fly


Video watch:
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McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom: paper airplane design for cold war aircraft. 

Pardo's Push:
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wiki background for 4D model of McDonnell Douglas F-4 Phantom II

Interceptor, fighter-bomber,
First flight:        May 27, 1958,
Introduction:     December 30, 1960,
Retired:            1992 (UK), 1996 (US combat use), 2013 (Germany), 2016 (US target drone)
Production:      5,195 (1958-1981).

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After Note:

Model template of McDonnell-Douglas F-4 Phantom, famously known during Vietnam War. The jet has set 15 world record including speed and altitude records.

​Tail of this 4D model was structured differently compared with most other models, may need some attention.

Phantom is wing tip dihedral. When construct wing, glue the wing in two steps, have a partial glue first (leave the tip of wing un-glue). Push the tip of wing up (with three lays of paper), then glue. Check and make sure the tip of wing on both side turn up evenly.  

The weight adjusted well in my hand. Need a little tail-wing to make it head up (1~2 degree). Fly well. 


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