Model Variants (Including Prototypes)
XF4H-1 - Prototype Model Designation of which two produced.
F4H-1F - Preproduction models fitted with General Electric J79-GE-2/2A engines generating 16,150 lbs; series would later become the F-4A model designation of which 45 produced.
F4H-1 - Production Model Designation fitted with J79-GE-8 engines generating 17,000lbs standard thrust; series would later be redesignated as the F-4B model series.
F-110A - Initial Production Designation for United States Air Force strike variant; redesignated as the F-4C model series.
F-4A - Production Model Designation of redesignated F4H-1F preproduction model variant.
F-4B - Redesignation of the F4H-1 model series; 649 produced.
F-4C - Redesignation of F-110A for strike fighter role in the United States Air Force; fitted with J79-GE-15 powerplants; 635 produced.
F-4D - USAF version of the United States Navy base F-4C model.
F-4E - USAF model fitted with J79-GE-17 powerplants of which 1,405 models produced; featured improved radar systems, internal 20mm cannon and leading edge slats.
F-4F - Air Superiority Model for West German export.
F-4G - USAF "Wild Weasel" Radar-Suppression Role Model.
F-4J - United States Navy Model fitted with J79-GE-10 engine series generating 17,900lbs of thrust; featured revised wing element and tail section assembly; 512 produced.
F-4K - Royal Navy (United Kingdom) Export Model based on the F-4J but fitted with Rolls-Royce Spey turbofan engines of which 52 were produced.
F-4M - Royal Air Force Export Model based on the F-4K model.
F-4N - Modernization Conversion Model fitted with updated avionics and similar features based on the F-4B base model.
F-4S - Modernization Conversion Model fitted with updated avionics and similar features based on the F-4J base model.
RF-4B - United States Marine Corps Designation for Reconnaissance Variant.
RF-4C - USAF Tactical Reconnaissance Variant of which 499 produced.
Phantom 2000 - "Super Phantom" model produced by the Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) based on the F-4E base model.
FG.1 - British designation of the F-4K base model.
FGR.2 - British designation of the F-4M model.