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Old 08-01-2020, 02:03 PM
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I am eager to see that laser weapon (although I think it will be a modified version of the model of murph's models or an original creation)
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Old 08-01-2020, 11:19 PM
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speaking of contributions here I have an incredible one it is the SU-47 berkut based on the ojimak model and it is in 1/200 scale
although I improved it to make it more scissors and planes

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Waylon48290 there are very interesting Berkut liveries in ace of combat 7
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Old 08-01-2020, 11:57 PM
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speaking of contributions here I have an incredible one it is the SU-47 berkut based on the ojimak model and it is in 1/200 scale
although I improved it to make it more scissors and planes

postscript:
Waylon48290 there are very interesting Berkut liveries in ace of combat 7
Oh man, Thank you so much for this Su-47 Juan, this is one of the planes I’ve been waiting for a long time since

Yeaps, there are too many variation schemes, like the Gault Team in Ace Combat Zero and the Mimic Squadron in Ace Combat 7

*Are you also planning on doing the MiG 1.44 too? Heheheheheh
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Old 08-02-2020, 12:05 AM
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That's a good idea. I'll do it to for the next recolor (5th FIS F-15A & B).
Yeaps, I’m just keeping the F-15s more accurate as well as to those who are doing modifications and such hehehe
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Hehe, and I just made a large-scale Su-47 Berkut, and now I'm doing Mig 1.44
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Old 08-02-2020, 04:51 AM
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I am eager to see that laser weapon (although I think it will be a modified version of the model of murph's models or an original creation)
The sensors and the laser turret will come from other S&P planes, but they'll be modified to look like the laser and it's accompanying equipment.

The range finder and range finder mount behind cockpit will come from a modified wing tank from the S&P DeHavilland Comet
and the laser will come from the S&P Mars MTV (though this might part might change)
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Old 08-02-2020, 04:52 AM
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Here are the F-15A & B in the markings of 5th FIS from Mint AFB, North Dakota. The 1:200 version will come later.

In October 1979 the former Air Defense Command and its Fighter Interceptor Squadrons (FIS) was integrated into the Tactical Air Command as ADTAC (Air Defense Tactical Air Command). In December 1985, ADTAC was inactivated and replaced with a newly reactivated 1st Air Force.

The 5th FIS converted from the F-106 to the F-15 in 1984 but only flew the Eagles for 4 years. It was inactivated in July 1988. Nowadays, the 5th Flying Training Squadron is part of Air Force Reserve Command and flies T-1A, T-6A and T-38 from Vance AFB, Oklahoma. It works with the active-duty 71st FTW of AETC.

The other F-15A/B units of ADTAC didn't last much longer. 318th FIS disbanded in December 1989 and 48th FIS in 1991. They had lost their colorful tails by 1988, replaced with the tail codes LY (48th FIS) and TC (318th FIS). The 48th Flying Training Squadron now flies the T-1A Jayhawk from Colombus, Mississippi and is part of AETC. The 318th hasn't been revived.

The 57th FIS (based in Iceland) had a slightly different fate, getting F-15C/Ds instead of F-15A/Bs in 1985 and the IS tail code. It lasted until 1995.
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Hello Mark Balderrama aka NACA X CRAFT, I just visited your Instagram page and like very much the X-15 A-2 drawing droping his rocket boosters. Waiting and foresee for your Boeing YAL-1, I must to see that rounded weapon on front of it. Regards, Tony.
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Old 08-02-2020, 04:59 AM
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Hello Here Again

I just made a recolor of two F-15A Eagles with Serial numbers 77-0102(102FW) and 77-0100(101FS) both which were Assigned to 102nd fighter Wing of Massachusetts Air National Guard during the Terrorist Attack on September 11, 2001.

These two F-15s were first responders on scene where the World Trade Center Buildings burns after Flight 11 and Flight 175 hits each buildings, You can see the photos of two "First Responder" Eagles for the detail reference below (taken after the Attacks, Photo source: nara.getarchive.net).

May the Victims of this Tragedy's Soul Rest in Peace




Here's the Templates of the Two "First Responder" Eagles, hope you like it, I jus tried to make the markings as accurate as possible from where I could get the details from the sources
*I just made some extensions on the lines especially on the cutting part on the Air brake Section in the case someone wants to rescale and build this model in 1/100 hehehe
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Old 08-02-2020, 05:21 AM
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Here are the F-15A & B in the markings of 5th FIS from Mint AFB, North Dakota. The 1:200 version will come later.

In October 1979 the former Air Defense Command and its Fighter Interceptor Squadrons (FIS) was integrated into the Tactical Air Command as ADTAC (Air Defense Tactical Air Command). In December 1985, ADTAC was inactivated and replaced with a newly reactivated 1st Air Force.

The 5th FIS converted from the F-106 to the F-15 in 1984 but only flew the Eagles for 4 years. It was inactivated in July 1988. Nowadays, the 5th Flying Training Squadron is part of Air Force Reserve Command and flies T-1A, T-6A and T-38 from Vance AFB, Oklahoma. It works with the active-duty 71st FTW of AETC.

The other F-15A/B units of ADTAC didn't last much longer. 318th FIS disbanded in December 1989 and 48th FIS in 1991. They had lost their colorful tails by 1988, replaced with the tail codes LY (48th FIS) and TC (318th FIS). The 48th Flying Training Squadron now flies the T-1A Jayhawk from Colombus, Mississippi and is part of AETC. The 318th hasn't been revived.

The 57th FIS (based in Iceland) had a slightly different fate, getting F-15C/Ds instead of F-15A/Bs in 1985 and the IS tail code. It lasted until 1995.
Very Cool recolor you Have on this 5th FIS F-15A/B Cafe, Loving the markings too
*this also remembers me of the Fiddlersgreen F-15 tho hehehehehe

It's not just 57th FIS that immediately receives F-15C/Ds, But also the 18th Tactical Fighter Wing, whom were the very first Unit to receive F-15C/Ds tho, not receiving any F-15A/Bs
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