The McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom II was first developed for the United States Navy and entered service in 1960. This fighter-bomber is a large, formidable aircraft that has a top speed of Mach 2.2 and is capable of carrying a devastating payload.
The McDonnell Douglas F4 Phantom II was first developed for the United States Navy and entered service in 1960. This fighter-bomber is a large, formidable aircraft that has a top speed of Mach 2.2 and is capable of carrying a devastating payload. The F4 was used during the Vietnam war in many roles including air superiority, ground-attack and reconnaissance. This long-serving type continued operational duties during the Gulf War in 1991.
Size and care instructions
All our t-shirts are designed by Flyingraphics and printed in Great Britain. Designs are printed by hand onto each shirt using the silk-screenprint process and direct to garment digital print.
Chest size to fit :
S (36-38"), M (38-40"), L (41-42"), XL (43-44"), 2XL (45-47"), 3XL (49-51"), 4XL (52-54").
Care of your T-shirt
1. Machine wash warm, inside out with like colours.
2. Use only non-chlorine bleach.
3. Do not tumble dry
4. Iron inside out and not directly on the design.
5. Do not dry clean
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