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F-4M Phantom II - Royal Australian Air Force 1.0

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This is a reskinning and ini edit of TK's F-4M Phantom II from SF2: Europe.


There are three versions of the F-4M in this mod.

  1. TK's F-4M: This is intended as a strike aircraft (but is capable in all roles). In this scenario, it was operated by 2 Squadron, 12 Squadron, and 460 Squadron. It comes in the SEA colour scheme.
  2. TK's F-4M (75): This is an interceptor operated by 3 Squadron, 30 Squadron, and 458 Squadron. It comes in an ADC Grey colour scheme.
  3. TK's F-4M (80): Again, this is an interceptor operated by 3, 30, and 458 Squadrons. It comes in the grey scheme worn by RAF Phantoms near the end of their service lives. It also comes with special low-visibility national markings.


I have taken the SF2 Realism Mod SquadronList.ini and added 12, 30, 458, and 460 Squadrons to it, and numbered the decals accordingly.


Back Story


The idea for this aircraft comes from my alternate history site. It was first operated by this alternate Royal Canadian Navy in 1968.


The RAAF's primary strike aircraft for the sixties was the F-105 Thunderchief. During the Vietnam War, the RAAF used its Thunderchiefs to strike targets of strategic importance to the Saigon Fascist regime. However, German air defences in South Vietnam had taken their toll on the Thuds. With the F-111C suffering serious delays, the RAAF took what was available, the F-4 Phantom. This aircraft had just been introduced by the Royal Australian Navy. In Vietnam, the Phantom enjoyed a high level of success, and showed its multi-role capacity.


With the delivery of the F-111s, and their work up to full operational capability, the RAAF needed to find a mission for its Phantoms, or a buyer. The RAAF recommended early replacement of the F-106 Delta Dart. The Government accepted this option, and the F-4M served as Australia's air defender until the early 1990s.


The wikia article for the aircraft itself is found here:








Copy the contents of the Objects folder into the Objects folder inside your mod folder.


Copy the contents of the PilotData folder into the PilotData folder of your mods folder.




TK for the SEA skin, and the F-4M from the SF2: Europe.


Sundowner for his F-4B templates.


Dave, HomeFries and the SF2 Realism Mod crew for their SquadronList.ini

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