F 15 Strike Eagle Paint Scheme

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F 15 Strike Eagle Paint Scheme. 8, 2017, at seymour johnson air force base, north carolina. :rolleyes:/> the first thing i did before starting this build was thoroughly read geedubelyer's infamous strike eagle wip.

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I'm thinkin' that every kerosene converter out there should build at least one of these monsters at least once in a lifetime! Members of the 4th equipment maintenance squadron fabrication flight worked for more than one month to complete the paint scheme in honor of the 4 fw’s 75th anniversary. The scheme is provided courtesy of don color.

Much more menacing than grey and light blue.

At a glance, you will notice that. I feel like its the dark paint scheme for it. I'm thinkin' that every kerosene converter out there should build at least one of these monsters at least once in a lifetime!

The scheme is provided courtesy of don color.

Not sure what the material difference is, but i am sure it has to with the radar being there. 8, 2017, at seymour johnson air force base, north carolina. All markings on the aircraft were heavily subdued and basically in a thin outline to not.

I don’t know but i’m glad they’re on my side.

:rolleyes:/> the first thing i did before starting this build was thoroughly read geedubelyer's infamous strike eagle wip. The concept of the strike eagle was to produce a bomber aircraft which also had fighter capability. Painted in the air superiority blue paint scheme of the 325th fighter wing based at tyndall afb fl.

Modifications and textures by mark rooks of rdg aircraft.

Color profiles courtesy of afterburner decals. I think it's the cfts. It comprised fs36176 and fs 36251.

They were painted in some intersting schemes as aggressors.

That being said it does fade or darken depending on the area it is in service. Color profiles courtesy of afterburner decals. By squizzy, august 8, 2020 in works in progress.

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