The Tomcat has long been one of the legendary combat aircraft of the US Navy and is one of the latest carrier-borne weapons platforms. Production of the F-14D began in March 1990 and included upgraded electronics, a new on-board radar system and modifications to the avionics. This most powerful version of the F-14 is capable of carrying extensive external loads, such as the AIM-54 Phoenix and AIM-120 AMRAAM. Top speed Mach 2.34.
- New mould - Surfaces show structural details and recessed panel lines - Detailed cockpit - Movable variable-geometry wings - Landing gear optionally extended or retracted - 6 Phoenix guided missiles - 2 Sidewinder missiles
Decals for 2 US versions: - US Navy - NAS Oceana Grumman F14D Tomcat VF-101 Grim Reapers 163414 / AD-163 September 2004 - US Navy - NAS Oceana Grumman F14D Tomcat VF-101 Grim Reapers 164342 / AD-164 September 2004