Go where only a few have gone before... In the cockpit of an F-14 during a wartime mission! F-14 Tomcat Gulf War Cockpit DVD was filmed during the Gulf War in the early 1990s.
Experience the view from an F-14 taxiing and taking off on a mission over the Gulf. Experience barrel rolls and midair refueling from a KC-135 and KA6 Intruder. See extreme low-level flight over the desert and mountains.
Experience touch-and-go carrier landings and live audio including some pilot input during the flight.
This F-14 Cockpit DVD includes raw action that contains sights and sounds taken during a wartime mission in extreme conditions. Many scenes are shot and edited to give the best feel of the exciting experience in an F-14 cockpit! Some shots have been edited to protect the US Navy including some flight instruments and controls.
The F-14 Tomcat is a carrier-based fighter that first flew in 1970. The F-14 was the US Navy's air superiority fighter from 1974 to 2006. One distinctive feature of the F-14 was its variable geometry wings which would automatically be swept back for supersonic flight. For close-in dogfighting, the wings would be automatically swept forward to support tighter turning and increased maneuverability.
The F-14 Tomcat carried a crew of two - a pilot and a RIO (Radar Intercept Officer). F-14 Tomcat armament include Sidewinder, Phoenix, and Sparrow missiles, cluster bombs, MK80 bombs, Rockeyes, and a 20mm Vulcan cannon.
The run time for this F-14 video is about 75 minutes. Format is NTSC DVD and region-free.
To play video trailer, click on the Play button.