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  1. Hi all with few bits glued today, finished one more model from "history line". Old Italeri mold in new livery, can not beat Hasegawa one but i like it a lot, maybe just memories.... Not to bother more, AK Real colors, minimal weathering (those birds were god maintained), added details in cockpit...and that is all. Till next project, best regards
  2. This kit, very similar to this Israeli Eagle, which I built in 2017 This kit from Kit Rescue at IPMS Avon2018 show. Halh of a double-deal with this Italeri EF-111A Raven, negotiated down to £15 for the pair. For which I have ideas to contrast the grey camo. But approach with caution, as the decals on that linked Academy were VERY fragile. And a view of the parts. This kit has raised surface detail.
  3. I'm itching to build something and I don't want to wait until Saturday for the Interceptors GB to start, so here's a side project. I've really been enjoying Academy's 1/72 F-14A kit with the newer tooling, and I figured I'd give one of their other kits a try. Decals from Twobobs, as I wanted a non-gray color scheme, and I think for this one I'll go for the desert tan scheme. I'll be working this one off and on as time allows. The Flanker I'm building for the Interceptors GB will take priority, so I've got a few days to make some good progress on this, and I
  4. As a relative new comer to Britmodeller I have been seriously impressed by the standard, especially skills with an airbrush. I decided it was time to try out some of the methods and techniques I have seen from looking through the amazing examples on this site. My guinea pig is a Tamiya F-15 Eagle that was part built some time ago and has been doing nothing apart from gathering dust. A quick wash and a coat of primer and we'll see what happens from here. Any tips and guidance gratefully received.
  5. I wonder if any of you kind modellers can help me. Is there a replacement set of exhaust nozzles available for the Tamiya 1/48 F-15C. I have looked around t’internet and can find replacements for Hasegawa, Revell GWH but nothing listed for the Tamiya kit. Is there a set without Turkey Feathers that fits this kit? Kind Regards Stef (unfinished project)
  6. A pair of F-15C Eagles of the 131st Fighter Squadron, 104th Fighter Wing, Massachusetts Air National Guard out of Barnes ANGB. Stopping at Wright-Patterson AFB to show personnel of the F-15 program office what they are supporting, July 2014. 78-0501 84-0023 Thanks for looking, Sven
  7. Hello! I’ve always liked Aggressor’s scheme for the Eagles, so as soon I got a F-15C kit, I went after the right decal set for this scale. They’re from Two Bobs and everything else is OOB. I scratch built the ACMI pod from a AIM-9, so this bird is in the normal configuration for ACM training, with the pod and a captive AIM-9. Kit was ok, except for the rear compartment lid that had to be well sanded so the canopy could fit closed, even tough is not perfect. Hope you enjoy! Cheers
  8. F-15Cs and Ds of the 59th Tac Fighter Squadron, 33rd Tac Fighter Wing out of Eglin AFB, at Nellis AFB for Red Flag 81-1 large force exercise, November 1980. F-15C 78-0533, the 33rd Tac Fighter Wing flag ship, "Gulf Spirit" Wonder why the squadron name, "Gorillas", doesn't appear on the 58TFS emblem? F-15C 78-0535 F-15C 78-0544 F-15D 78-0568 F-15D 78-0569 F-15D 78-0571 F-15D 78-0572 Thanks for looking, Sven
  9. McDonnell Douglas F-15C Oregon ANG Special 2016 (ED-32122) 1:32 Euro Decals by Fantasy Printshop Ltd. The Oregon Air National Guard have had some special schemes on their aircraft over the years. In 2015 to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of the Oregon ANG an F-15C Eagle from the 173rd Fighter Wing based at Klamath Falls was given this special Eagle Scheme. The decals arrive on 3 large A4 size sheets, and a small supplemental sheet in white, quality is first rate with sharpness and colour density both good. Grab y
  10. Hello there. Here is my rendition of the Academy old mold kit. Build wasn't always fun, I've mainly learned how frustrating photoetch can get. Still, I'm eager to start building more recent kits of the Eagle. F-15c MSIP II boxing, Two Bobs decals, Hataka and AK Xtreme Metal colors, Eduard PE, KA Models exhausts, Revell pilot. Thank you for looking!
  11. F-15C MSIP II Academy 1/72 My first f-15 build. First time using etched parts (Eduard zoom set for interior). Small corrections. Vallejo acrylics. \
  12. The 32nd Tac Fighter Squadron at Nellis AFB for Red Flag Exercise, July 1990. 79-0017 79-0018 79-0019 79-0023 79-0024 79-0033 81-0065 Thanks for looking, Sven
  13. Well seeing as my wee F-15E made it to the finish line, I felt adventurous: A nice 1/72 Hasegawa eagle dressed in Aggressor Camo to complement my F-5E from last year. I got the HB as a freebie from a friend whose AMS it had offended and the Hase was a HLJ bargain at under £10 delivered so no big bucks here. A quick peruse of the decal sheet and instructions had me howling with laughter, I was not going through micro modelling again. So plan B, a quick build of the Hokeyboss. So on to the sprues, simple and crude as ever...
  14. I'm doing a double build this time (on separate threads), one of which is a Hasegawa F-15C Bitburg MiG killer in 1/72 scale. Why this one? Because I want to do one in Mod Eagle and the other in the older ghost gray scheme. Decals will come from the excellent Two Bobs "Eifel Eagles" set. The kit will be the basic Hasegawa kit which I have already built numerous times so this will be a relatively quick and painless build (I also have a lot of time on my hands!). The kit itself has good fit, although the engines are a bit fiddly and the nose section fit with the fuselage has some alig
  15. Another 1/72 build.. Intakes almost a difficult as Revel 1/48 Tornado.. OOB build. Decals were great, they even include some RBF flags. Mr Hobby paints. And placed on top of my cabinet as running out of space now... the reason to go to the smaller 1/72 scale.. anyway thanks for looking... now onto the next build.. which will be a Tamiya 1/48 FW190A as its small and I have a space that will accommodate it...
  16. Dear Colleagues The Hasegawa F-15C is pleasant though slightly dated kit. It is well engineered and fits pretty well. My only angst was getting the decals to set on the missiles from the Hasegawa missile set, ooof! The missile load out I got from very magazines and internet searches. Sorry it is not very British, but it set against a backdrop of photos of my local RAF base! Yep, those are resin exhausts! Andrew
  17. Hi everyone, I have got the Great Wall Hobby F-15C MSIP II kit. I'm looking for photos of the avionics behind the cockpit of the USAF variant. They seem quite hard to find, however. I found photos with all of the missing and the Verlinden Lock-On from 1989(!) has them covered because they were classified at that time. Maybe Jake Melampy's F-15 book contains photos of this area but sadly I missed out on it and the book is OOP I want to know how the wiring (if any) runs from the boxes to where ever and what the shape and color of the boxes is. I have found one photo of the area with boxes, on
  18. F-15C Eagle Hasegawa 1/72 Since its introduction into service in 1974, the F-15 ‘Mig Killer’ has developed a fearsome reputation as an air superiority fighter. With over 100 kills to it’s name, half of them being with the Israeli Air Force, not a single F-15 has been lost in air-to-air combat. Despite the introduction of more capable aircraft in the 21st century, there is still a place for the proven F-15 on the front lines such was the foresight in it’s design some 40+ years ago. The need for a replacement to the F-4 was identified in the mid 1960’s to counter the threat of existing and
  19. F-15C Eagle Electronics Boxes 1:72 Quickboost by Aires If building your F-15C with the canopy open, the large avionics bay behind the cockpit is quite visible. To help improve this area Quickboost have brought us the electronics boxes which sit on the left of this area. They are molded as one part which should just drop in. The quality of the molding is excellent and they should do a good job on enhancing this area. They are recommended for the Hasegawa kit, but should kit all 1:72 F-15C Eagles. Highly recommended. Review samples courtesy of distributed in the UK by Hannants
  20. F-15C "Fighting Eagle" (Limited Edition) 1:48 Eduard The F-15 began life in the 60s as a set of requirements for an air-to-air or "Air Superiority" fighter, after lessons learned in Vietnam that resulted in gun pods being hastily added to the then-current Phantoms for close-in fighting. The prototype first flew in the early 70s, with single and dual seat editions finally getting the designations F-15A and F-15B respectively. It took until 1978 to reach production, and in starting in 1978 the single seat C model was introduced with improved capabilities. The F-15's capabilities have bee
  21. I had a couple of days of holiday to burn so I took myself and my new lens up to Lakenheath and Mildenhall for a couple of days. C-17 by tony_inkster, on Flickr KC-135 by tony_inkster, on Flickr KC-135 by tony_inkster, on Flickr F-15E Strike Eagle by tony_inkster, on Flickr F-15E Strike Eagle by tony_inkster, on Flickr F-15D Eagle by tony_inkster, on Flickr F-15C Eagle by tony_inkster, on Flickr F-15C Eagle by tony_inkster, on Flickr F-15C Eagle by tony_inkster, on Flickr F-15C Eagle by tony_inkster, on Flickr F-15C Eagle by tony_inkster, on Flickr C-17 by tony_inkster,
  22. Hi All, Better late than never, here's the finished F-15C from the 1/32 Tamiya kit. Aftermarket items added (seamless intakes, Black Box cockpit/avionics bay, Eduard exterior and placards, TwoBobs Eifel Eagles decal sheet) Build log is HERE Massive * BIG UP * to Canberra Fan who very kindly donated the kit and aftermarket parts. Also thanks to Stephen for lending me the Lock-On and Squadron Walkround books which were invaluable. All pics courtesy of Farnborough IPMS website - taken by the talented Dr Flangemeister! Alan
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