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Old 08-03-2020, 12:03 PM
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speaking of thunderbirds look what i found I still wonder why Bruno didn't get a free version of the F-35 although who knows and if something similar happens like what happened to the rafale tiger
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Old 08-03-2020, 12:49 PM
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I think that most likely the last F-16s they will use will be the Block 70s, but when they replace the F-16s, by then the F / A-XX will have made its first flight and who knows the F-35s with luck. age are passed to the tunderbirds. but another option is the T-7 red hack but these are just my assumptions
For them to use the block 70, the USAF would need to buy them first. At the moment, the Air Force is fully concentrated on the F-35. It's a miracle they're considering the F-15X but that's because they can't build new F-22s.
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Old 08-03-2020, 05:13 PM
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There's another Florida ANG F-15 that I'll add when you post the satellite-killing Eagle.
Thanks Cafe, It’s just kinda tricky when doing the “ASAT EAGLE SATELLITE KILLER” insignia on its rudders tho
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Old 08-04-2020, 04:39 AM
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For them to use the block 70, the USAF would need to buy them first. At the moment, the Air Force is fully concentrated on the F-35. It's a miracle they're considering the F-15X but that's because they can't build new F-22s.
did you give me an idea and if the thunderbirds instead of using F-16 block 70 use f-15 A / B and with that they would already have a stunt plane for 10 or 15 years

Talking about the super eagle in physical aspects that differentiates it from an F-15 E with external fuel tanks?
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Old 08-04-2020, 06:17 PM
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I want to apologize for what happened with the berkut and I will try to respect the copyrights of the models and only share here models of Bruno and related models (such as those of Carlos)
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Old 08-05-2020, 03:39 AM
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Talking about the super eagle in physical aspects that differentiates it from an F-15 E with external fuel tanks?
Do you have a link or picture? I remember the Silent Eagle would have been an interceptor with canted fins (15° outwards) and the armament in conformal weapons bays (in place of the CFTs).
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Old 08-05-2020, 08:54 AM
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Hello here again

I just finished making the recolor of the F-15A "Satellite Killer" Eagle with the Serial number 76-0084 and and Edwards AFB tailcode "ED".

“This Eagle with exact markings as well as the "Celestial Eagle" nose art was piloted by Major Doug Pierson, whom successfully manage to destroy the Solwind P78-1 Spy Satellite (nearing the end of its service life) by firing and ASM-135 Anti-Satellite Missile at the Altitude of 38,100 feet on September 13, 1985”

*It really took me little stressful, but very enjoyable time to draw the "ASAT EAGLE SATELLITE KILLER" round insignia that was located on its upper rudder tho hehehe, but I hope that you like it at least
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Here's the template file of it. I hope you like it guys, I tried to make the markings detailed and placed accurately as possible, especially on the "ASAT EAGLE" round insignia on the Rudders or Vertical Stabilizers hehehe, but lemme know if there’s some corrections on the markings and its placement

P.S: All I need now is I hope somoeone would do the 1/300 scale ASM-135 ASAT Missile for this at least hehehehe
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What does "hehehehe" mean?
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Old 08-05-2020, 10:30 AM
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If I ask myself the same thing, could it be nerves?
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What does "hehehehe" mean?
normally it is a laugh, and in this case he is wondering if someone could do the missile, and then he doesn't have to do it, and is a nervous laugh
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