F-4G Phantom II Wild Weasel

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F-4G Phantom II Wild Weasel
Role Attacker
Variants F-4E Phantom II
Operators United Nations Forces
United States Air Force
Manufacturers McDonnell Douglas
Appearances Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War
Ace Combat Infinity

The F-4G Phantom II, also known as the F-4G "Advanced Wild Weasel", was the last of the USAF's dedicated Suppression of Enemy Air Defense (SEAD) aircraft.


The prototype F-4G first flew on December 6, 1975 and the aircraft entered service in 1978. The F-4G entered service to replace the F-105F/G "Wild Weasel" Thunderchief (which replaced the F-100F "Wild Weasel" Super Sabre). Most of the F-4Gs in service were conversions of old USAF F-4E airframes (some of which had seen service in Vietnam). The conversion involved the removal of the gun for the installation of the AN/APR-38 radar warning and homing receiver which has 52 antennas in the airframe. The main weapons of the F-4G are specialized Anti-Radiation Missiles (ARMs) for the destruction of enemy radar sites. These missiles include the AGM-45 Shrike, AGM-78 Standard ARM, and the AGM-88 HARM. The F-4G can also carry AGM-65 Mavericks and for self-defense: a pair of AIM-9 Sidewinders and an AN/ALQ-119 jamming pod. The F-4G's last hurrah was in the Gulf War of 1990-91, and the last of the type were retired in 1995 due to Pentagon budget cuts. This ended over 30 years of Phantom II service with the USAF. The F-4G was replaced by the F-16C Fighting Falcon equipped with HARMs and HARM targeting pods.

Ace Squadrons/PilotsEdit


Standard WeaponsEdit

Special WeaponsEdit



  • Speed: 63
  • Mobility: 25
  • Stability: 55
  • Defense: 68
  • Air-to-Air: 17
  • Air-to-Ground: 63

Game AnalysisEdit

Ace Combat InfinityEdit


"This air-to-ground attack aircraft is an improved version of the F-4E Phantom II which has been developed to carry out SEAD (Suppression of Enemy Air Defense) missions. It features the same mobility as the F-4E, but can also be equipped with air-to-ground missiles. It is known as the legendary "Wild Weasel" and has received high recognition for its performance during the Gulf War."
― Hangar


Lv.1 Lv.2 Lv.3 Lv.4 Lv.5 Lv.6 Lv.7 Lv.8 Lv.9 Lv.10 Lv.11 Lv.12 Lv.13 Lv.14 Lv.15
Speed E E+ D D+ D+ C C C+ C+ B B+ B+ A A+ S
Mobility F F+ F+ E E E E+ E+ E+ D D D+ C C+ C+
Stability E E E+ E+ D D D+ D+ D+ D+ C C+ B B+ A
Air-to-Air F F F+ F+ F+ F+ E E E E E+ E+ D D D+
Air-to-Ground F+ E E E+ E+ D D+ D+ D+ D+ C C+ B B+ A
Defense E E E+ D D+ C C C+ B B+ A A A+ S S+
Price 36,000 7,200 15,000 27,600 46,750 288,000 84,000 174,000 570,000 960,000 1,152,000 1,530,000 1,938,000 2,538,000 3,840,000

Please note that each consecutive aircraft level improves on all of the aircraft's statistics, even if the letter grade doesn't change.

Part Slots

Lv.1 Lv.2 Lv.3 Lv.4 Lv.5 Lv.6 Lv.7 Lv.8 Lv.9 Lv.10 Lv.11 Lv.12 Lv.13 Lv.14 Lv.15
BODY 9 11 12
ARMS 11 13 14
MISC 10 12 13


Lv.1 Lv.2 Lv.3 Lv.4 Lv.5 Lv.6 Lv.7 Lv.8 Lv.9 Lv.10 Lv.11 Lv.12 Lv.13 Lv.14 Lv.15
Guns 458 503 549 594 640 686 732 778 824 871 917 963 1009 1055 1102
Missiles 84 88 92 98 104 110 116 122 128 134 138 142 146 150 154
LAGM 4 6 8 10 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 24
UGB [1] - 12 14 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 26
4AGM [2] - 26 28 30 32 34 36 38 40 44
Upgrading this aircraft to these levels will unlock the respective nicknames for use at any time.
Level Nickname
Lv.3 Wild Weasel
Lv.10 SEAD Master

Special Weapons


  • Default
  • F-4G "Blue Camo" Skin
  • Event Skin #01




  • The color scheme Blue Camo (Osean ADF ace pilot "Bartlett" in AC5) is based on the color scheme of Hellenic Air Force F-4E AUP (F-4E PI2000)


  • "Aircraft of the World"
  • Ace Combat series
  • Global
  • Fighter
  • Federation of American Scientists Military Analysis Network


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