Mitsubishi F-2

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Mitsubishi F-2
A Mitsubishi F-2 in Shin Godzilla
Height 5 meters[1]
Length 15.5 meters[1]
Weight 9,500 kilograms (empty)[1]
22,100 kilograms (maximum takeoff weight)[1]
Wingspan 11.1 meters[1]
Targets Godzilla
Piloted by Multiple

The Mitsubishi F-2 is a Japanese fighter jet, and a licensed version of the American-built General Dynamics F-16 Fighting Falcon. The Mitsubishi F-2 is featured in the 2016 Toho film Shin Godzilla.


Millennium era

Godzilla Against Mechagodzilla

With Godzilla resurfacing in Tokyo bay heading for Shinigawa, the AMF sent a squadron of five F-2s to confront Godzilla. The first three all fired volleys of missiles at the approaching monster, with a second pair of F-2s doing the same, all to no effect. Godzilla retaliated by firing his atomic breath at the jets, swiftly taking them all out of the sky.

Reiwa era

Shin Godzilla

After Godzilla emerged in his towering fourth form at Kamakura, he began to advance on Tokyo, and the JSDF's forces were mobilized, including the JASDF's fleet of Mitsubishi F-2s, which supplemented a USAF-JSDF-led force of AH-64 Apaches and AH-1 Cobras. The fighter jets and helicopters unloaded their weaponry on the kaiju, but Godzilla barely noticed their assault and kept journeying further inland.



The Mitsubishi F-2 can fly at speeds of up to Mach 2.

Weapon systems

Each Mitsubishi F-2 is outfitted with air to air and air to ground missiles, plus a forward-mounted 20 mm JM61A1 cannon.

See also


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