“Circle a target, performing 2 powerful strafing runs and suppressing buildings (causing them to operate slower). To deploy our aircraft, tap any building, or unit in enemy's base. When they've finished their attack, they may be redeployed.”
The F-4 Phantom II was a supersonic fighter-bomber that served multiple roles during the Vietnam War. It featured powerful twin engines, polyhedral wing design and ‘dogtooth’ extensions for added maneuverability, enabling it to set sixteen world records. In addition to flying reconnaissance missions and providing air superiority, the Phantom could carry over 18,000 pounds of ordnance into battle, roughly three times the capacity of a B-17 Flying Fortress.