The Grumman F-14 Tomcat is a twin-engine, variable sweep wings capable of supersonic flight.
The aircraft is crewed by a Pilot and a Radar Intercept Officer who share the tasks of navigation,
target acquisition, ECM and weapons usage. The Tomcat was operated by the United States
Navy and the Islamic Republic of Iran Air Force only. The name “Tomcat” is said to come from the
call-sign used by Vice Admiral Thomas Connolly which conformed to the USN tradition of giving
Grumman aircraft feline names.

VF-1 and VF-2 were established on October 14, 1972 at NAS Miramar. VF-1 “Wolfpack” was the
4th USN squadron to use the designation and on July 1, 1973 VF-1 received the first of its
F-14As. The Wolfpack’s first cruise came aboard USS Enterprise in September 1974 and saw
their first combat mission flying cover over Saigon in April 1974 when U.S. personnel were being
evacuated during Operation Frequent Wind. In 1993 VF-1 was disestablished. F-14A 158979
went to AMARC in 1990 and scrapped in 1992.


Specifications for the Grumman Aerospace F-14 Tomcat

Role - Carrier-based multi-role strike fighter

First Flight – F-14A 1970, F-14B (F-14A+) 1986, F-14D 1990

Last Production Year – F-14D July 20, 1992

Number All Variants Produced – 710

Crew - 2 (pilot and radar intercept officer).

Type        F-14A        F-14B (F-14A+)        F-14D

   Dimensions                       

Length                       62 ft 8 inches           62 ft 8 inches           62 ft 8 inches
Wingspan (Swept)        38 ft 2.5 inches        38 ft 2.5 inches        38 ft 2.5 inches
Wingspan (Unswept)     64 ft 1.5 inches        64 ft 1.5 inches        64 ft 1.5 inches
Height        16 ft        16 ft        16ft

Performance
Powerplants       
F-14A  2 x P&W TF-30-P414A      F-14B  2 x GE F-110-GE-400    F-14D    2 x GE F-110-GE-400
Maximum Thrust
F-14A 34,154 lbs      F-14B  56,400 lbs       F-14D 56,400 lbs
Maximum Speed
F-14A 1,544 mph (Mach 2.38)     F-14B  1,544 mph (Mach 2.38)     F-14D  1,544 mph (Mach 2.38)
Ceiling
F-14A  50,000+ ft        F-14B 53,000+ ft        F-14D  53,000+ ft
Range
F-14A  1,730 nm         F-14B   2,050 nm        F-14D  2,050 nm

  Weight             
Empty
F-14A  40,104 pounds        F-14B  41,780 pounds       F-14D   43,735 pounds
Maximum
F-14A  72,000 pounds        F-14B  74,349 pounds        F-14D  74,349 pounds


Armament
1 x MK-61A1 Vulcan 20mm cannon

Maximum Weight – 13,000 lbs. Of Combined Ordnance
Air-Air Missiles
6 AIM-7 Sparrows
4 AIM-9 Sidewinder
6 AIM-54 Phoenix

Air-To-Ground
MK-82 (500 lbs.)
4 MK-83 (1,000 lbs.)
4 MK-84 (2,000 lbs.)
MK-20 cluster bombs
4 GBU-10 LGB
GBU-12 MK-82 LGB
4 GBU-16 MK-83 LGB
4 GBU-24 MK-84 LGB
Hobby Master 1/72 Air Power Series
HA5208
Grumman F-14ATomcat
NK100/158979, VF-1 "Wolfpack"
USS Enterprise, 1974
True 1/72 scale.

Professionally painted.

Great attention to detail.

All markings are Tampoed (pad applied).

Option to display the model on a stand that is provided.

Model can be shown with the landing gear in the down or up positions.

Optional armament provided.

Canopy can be displayed open or closed.

Pilot figure included.

Extremely heavy metal with a minimum of plastic.

Highly collectable.
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