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F-14 Grumman Tomcat F14 Airplane Wood Model


F-14 Grumman Tomcat F14 Airplane Wood Model


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This Model Airplane is an extra stock from our bulk orders and production is still on-going. Please BID/BUY only If you can wait 4-5 weeks. However, If we have an EXTRA stock available in our warehouse, then we will ship immediately.

This awesome and exquisitely crafted F-14 Tomcat (Regular) Wood Model Airplane is finely hand-carved from kiln-dried Philippine Mahogany and skillfully hand-painted in detail by gifted artisans.

Length: 11 inches / Wingspan: 11.5 inches

Model Weight: 1 pounds (0.45 kgs) / Package Weight: 2.2 pounds (1.00 kg)

BRAND NEW! FRESH from the factory and our craftsmen, NOT Mass-Produced, Individually Handcrafted & Handpainted (no decals), Well-Packed in strong Carton Box with Polyurethane blue Foam and Plastic Protectors, and No Reserve!

Store Retail Price: $275.00

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F-14 Tomcat

The F-14 Tomcat is a supersonic, twin-engine, variable sweep wing, two-place fighter designed to attack and destroy enemy aircraft at night and in all weather conditions. The F-14 can track up to 24 targets simultaneously with its advanced weapons control system and attack six with Phoenix AIM-54A missiles while continuing to scan the airspace. Armament also includes a mix of other air intercept missiles, rockets and bombs.

The Tomcat is a 2-seat, twin-engine fighter with twin tails and variable-geometry wings. Its general arrangement consists of a long nacelle containing the large nose radar and 2 crew positions extending well forward and above the widely spaced engines. The engines are parallel to a central structure that flattens towards the tail; butterfly-shaped airbrakes are located between the fins on the upper and lower surfaces. Altogether, the fuselage forms more than half of the total aerodynamic lifting surface.

The wings are shoulder-mounted and are programmed for automatic sweep during flight, with a manual override provided. The twin, swept fin-and-rudder vertical surfaces are mounted on the engine housings and canted outward. The wing pivot carry- through structure crosses the central structure; the carry through is 22 ft (6.7 m) long and constructed from 33 electron welded parts machined from titanium; the pivots are located outboard of the engines. Normal sweep range is 20 to 68 deg with a 75-deg "oversweep" position provided for shipboard hangar stowage; sweep speed is 7.5 deg per second.



Function Carrier-based multi-role strike fighter
Contractor Grumman Aerospace Corporation
Unit Cost $38 million
Propulsion F-14: two Pratt & Whitney TF-30P-414A turbofan engines with afterburners;
F-14B and F-14D: two General Electric F-110-GE-400 augmented turbofan engines with afterburners
Thrust F-14A: 20,900 pounds (9,405 kg) static thrust per engine; F-14B and F-14D: 27,000 pounds (12,150 kg) per engine
Length 61 feet 9 inches (18.6 meters)
Height 16 feet (4.8 meters)
Maximum Takeoff Weight 72,900 pounds (32,805 kg)
Wingspan 64 feet (19 meters) unswept, 38 feet (11.4 meters) swept
Ceiling Above 53,000 feet
Speed Max Mach Number = 1.88
Cruise Mach Number = .72
Carrier Approach Speed = 125 kts
Mission Radius 500 nm Hi-Med-Hi strike profile 380 nm Hi-Lo-Lo-Hi strike profile
Crew Two: pilot and radar intercept officer
Armament Up to 13,000 pounds of
Air-to-Air Missiles (up to)
6 AIM-7 Sparrows
4 AIM-9 Sidewinder
6 AIM-54 Phoenix
air-to-ground ordnance
MK-82 (500 lbs.)
4 MK-83 (1,000 lbs.)
4 MK-84 (2,000 lbs.)
MK-20 cluster bomb
4 GBU-10 LGB
GBU-12 MK-82 LGB
4 GBU-16 MK-83 LGB
4 GBU-24 MK-84 LGB
one MK-61A1 Vulcan 20mm cannon
Selected F-14A and B are wired to carry TARPS
All F-14D's are wired to carry the TARPS
Countermeasures AN/ALR-45 radar warning receiver [Itek]
AN/ALR-67 radar warning receiver [F-14D]
AN/ALQ-167 ECM Pod [F-14D]
AN/ALE-50 towed decoy [F-14D]
Date Deployed
First flight December 1970
Inventory 157 F-14A/B
53 F-14D
Phasing out one squadron / year
All to be withdrawn by 2010
F-14 orginally designed for 6,000 flight hours
Currently certified for 7,350 flight hours

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