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Play media F Tomcat flight demonstration video The F Tomcat was designed as both an air superiority fighter and a long-range naval interceptor,    which enabled it to both serve as escort attack aircraft when armed with Sparrow missiles and fleet air defense loitering interceptor role when armed with Phoenix missiles.
It features variable geometry wings that swing automatically during flight. For high-speed intercept, they are swept back and they swing forward for lower speed flight.
The twin engines are housed in widely spaced nacelles. The flat area of the fuselage between the nacelles is used to contain fuel and avionics systems, such as the wing-sweep mechanism and flight controls, as well as weaponry since the wings were not used for carrying ordnance.
Such an aircraft would typically be diverted from an aircraft carrier to a land base if an incident did occur. The F has flown safely with an asymmetrical wing-sweep during testing, and was deemed able to land aboard a carrier if needed in an emergency.
This had two benefits. The first was that weaponry could be fitted on a pylon on the fixed wing glove, liberating the wings from having swiveling pylons fitted, a feature which had proven to add significant drag on the FB.
When carrying four Phoenix missiles or other heavy stores between the engines this advantage was lost and maneuverability was reduced in those configurations. Two triangular shaped retractable surfaces, called glove vanes, were originally mounted in the forward part of the wing glove, and could be automatically extended by the flight control system at high Mach numbers.
Automatically deployed at above Mach 1. They were later disabled, however, owing to their additional weight and complexity.
The bottom surface is split into left and right halves, the tailhook hangs between the two halves, an arrangement sometimes called the "castor tail". An FD prepares to refuel with probe extended.
The performance of the TF30 engine became an object of criticism. John LehmanSecretary of the Navy in the s, told the U.
A high frequency of turbine blade failures led to the reinforcement of the entire engine bay to limit damage from such failures. The engines also had proved to be extremely prone to compressor stallswhich could easily result in loss of control, severe yaw oscillations, and could lead to an unrecoverable flat spin.
At specific altitudes, exhaust produced by missile launches could cause an engine compressor stall. This led to the development of a bleed system that temporarily blocks the frontal intake ramp and reduces engine power during missile launch.
It comprised a double nosewheel and widely spaced single main wheels. There were no hardpoints on the sweeping parts of the wings, and so all the armament is fitted on the belly between the air intake ramps and on pylons under the wing gloves.
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