Inheriting most features of the F-4E, the F-4 Phantom II had the ability to pass real-time target information to the aircraft's missiles prior to launch. Its main armament included HARM (AGM-88) and Maverick (AGM-65) missiles, and it usually carries Mk.82 500 pounders or CBU-52 cluster bombs. The F-4 Phantom II was also utilized against Iraqi air defenses during Operation Desert Storm. As an all-around aircraft, it served the US Air force, Navy, and Marine Corps—not to mention several other countries around the globe. At the end of the Second World War, the F-4 Phantom II continued to be produced, making it the most produced Western fighter of its time.