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Old 02-25-2021, 11:55 AM
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Hello here again on this Thread

I just wanted to share too that after I made the recolor of the B-52H couple of hours ago, I also made a recolor of my Mod Eagle F-15D into the very first F-15EX I believe, that bears the serial number 20-0001, which bears the markings of the 40th Flight Test Squadron as it appears a day ago or two.

*I didn't make any adjustments when it comes to its camouflage scheme, because I think the color of the EX is still exact on the color scheme painted on the F-15C/Ds. I made the stencils for the tail codes of it, It might not be an accurate one as far as I see through the photos on various articles alongside the white line with red diamonds inside that were position on top of the rudders. I also added the Conformal Fuel Tanks that came from my recolored F-15Es with markings of 48th Fighter Wing. I added a right triangle just below the canopy (Weapon System Officer) area on each sides which which represents I think the some kind of pods. As for the roundels, I'm not sure if the color of it were white, so I simply recolor such with whitish grey. I also added the red square on the lower right part and a grey circle in front near the air brake.

Photo of the First F-15EX (I think) as it appears a day or two for reference, taken from Thedrive.com:


Here's the recolored template of it, hope you like it, might not be the accurate recolor so lemme know if there's something needed to be edited
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Old 02-26-2021, 02:57 AM
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Thank you very much Carlos and Waylon for the models!
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Old 02-26-2021, 04:58 AM
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^, +another. thanks folks, extremely kind.
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Old 02-27-2021, 11:50 AM
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I've added 4 french Jaguars in 1:200 to the download section.

- 2 Jaguar A in the pale desert camo. They took part in the first raid of the french air force over Kuwait (Al Jaber AB) on 17 january 1991, flying at low level. Both were hit with with enemy fire (SA-7 missile for A91/11-YG piloted by cpt Hummel, small caliber for A104/11-EK piloted by lt Bonnaffoux) and landed at the US base in Jubail.

In total, 4 of the 12 Jags involved in that first raid were damaged. A bullet went though the canopy and helmet of Captain Mahagne (A108/11MP). He managed to land his Jag at Al Ahsa before losing consciousness. Captain Christ was in the 4th damaged Jaguar (A99/11-EI) which also returned to Al Ahsa where the french Air Force was based. No more low level attacks after that day.

4 Jaguars carried 4x250kg bombs (including Christ, Mahagne & Hummel), the other 8 carried BLG 66 cluster bombs (including Bonnaffoux). They also carried a centerline drop tank, one Barax ECM pod, flare dispensers positionned under the wing root against the fuselage, and no Magic IR missile. No, I didn't make any of these except the drop tank and its pylon.

Bruno's #3527 (A103/11-MA of EC2/11) also took part in this raid (with BLG 66).

- a Jaguar A (A103/11-EB) and a Jaguar E (E36/11-YZ) of the same squadrons (EC 1/11 Roussillon & 4/11 Jura) in the european green/gray camo.

Rxplanation of the individual IDs seen under the cockpit or on the air intakes:
11-Ex = EC 1/11 Roussillon (1st FS/11th FW)
11-Mx = EC 2/11 Vosges (2nd FS/11th FW)
11-Rx = EC 3/11 Corse (3rd FS/11th FW)
11-Yx = EC 4/11 Jura (4th FS/11th FW)
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Old 02-27-2021, 10:55 PM
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Hi guys how are you?,good night.

How can I upload a plane in the download section?.

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Old 02-27-2021, 11:35 PM
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How can I upload a plane in the download section?.

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This thread should help you >>How To: Upload a file to Downloads Section
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Old 02-27-2021, 11:47 PM
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Thank you very much, I already uploaded it a while ago waiting for a moderator to approve my recolor it is a B737-200 from conviasa.

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Old 02-28-2021, 12:01 AM
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Old 02-28-2021, 12:25 AM
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Old 03-05-2021, 10:45 AM
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Seeing an F-15I in the comments of Waylon's Facebook had me wondering if I had released my recolor of that plane. Here it is in 1:300. Untested.

Also, same scheme, different colors and user. What if 422 test & Evaluation Squadron had painted an F-15C and an F-15E in SEA camo for commemorative purposes? Black undersides for the Strike Eagle.
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