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48-250 F-15C Repo Eagles

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Upon the disestablishment of the 65th Aggressor Squadron from Nellis AFB, the F-15 aircraft attached to that squadron were transferred to various USAF ANG squadrons.  The 144th FW of the California ANG acquired these aircraft as replacements for their F-16Cs.

A handful of these aircraft carried the aggressor paint scheme before waiting for their repaint to the traditional Mod Eagle scheme.  We've captured two of these aircraft on this decal sheet along with one of the standard Mod Eagle jets from the squadron.

There are two sets of stencil data on these aircraft for the three various paint schemes.

Sized for the Hasegawa and Great Models F-15C kits.

Recommended Kits:

  • Hasegawa F-15C
  • Great Models F-15C
  • Revellogram F-15C

48-249 B-1B Modern Day Bones

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The B-1B has become the de-facto heavy bomber used by the USAF in the global war on terror.  With the integration of the Sniper XR targeting pod, this aircraft is currently flying mission profiles in the AOR that are commonly referred to as "Heavy CAS".

There are two marking options available on this sheet.  The 489th Bomb Group has a long history that dates back to WWII when they flew B-24 bombers in the European Theater.  With the re-establishment of this bomb group, we have provided markings for the new Wing King jet.

The second set of markings are for a B-1 assigned to the Nellis Fighter Weapons School.  This is also a Wing King jet for the 77th Weapons Squadron.

Nose art adorns both of these aircraft and there are complete stencils that allow you to build one aircraft.

Recommended Kits:

  • Revellogram B-1B

48-248 F-15C Digital Flanker

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Prior to their disbandment, the 65th Aggressor Squadron painted three aircraft with a paint scheme that carried the name "Digital Flanker".  This scheme mimicked a scheme that was seen on a handful of Sukhoi aircraft.

We previously released the first aircraft (AC 509) as part of 48-238 and the OPFOR Super Pack and those sold out very quickly.  We have re-released the markings for 509 but now with the addition of the three other aircraft that carried this unique paint schem.

There are enough stencil options available on this sheet to build two of the four jets.  Intake/exhaust plug and wheel chock markings are also included!

Sized for the Hasegawa and Great Models F-15C kits.

Recommended Kits:

  • Hasegawa F-15C
  • Great Models F-15C
  • Revellogram F-15C

48-247 F-16C YGBSM 50th Anniversary Weasel Viper

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One of the most striking schemes to ever adorn a USAF Viper.  These markings commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Wild Weasel mission.

One full set of markings to include stencils for external weapons and pods is included in this set.  The external stores markings are representative of the weapons loadout that was resident on this jet during it's rollout ceremony.

Capture this piece of history in 48th scale with this fantastic set! 

Sized for the excellent Tamiya F-16C Block 50 Viper.

Recommended Kits:

  • Tamiya F-16C Block 50 Viper

32-068 F-16C Alaskan Splinters

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Not to be outdone by the new aggressor schemes at Nellis AFB, the 359th FW at Eielson AFB, AK have generated a new splinter scheme of their own.

Designed by squadron personnel, these schemes flew for the first time in early 2017.  Twobobs worked directly with squadron personnel to ensure that every subtle detail of these unique markings were captured accurately.

Included in the sheet are two complete sets of markings and stencils for both splinter jets.  The walkway lines are printed in three different colors to allow the modeler to accurately match the walkway lines to the paint schemes as applied.

Sized for the Tamiya F-16C kit

Recommended Kits:

  • Tamiya F-16C

32-067 F-16C Baby Got Fullback Aggressors

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The 57th Wing at Nellis AFB continues to generate new adversary paint schemes that mimic the newest schemes from potential adversaries of the US, "Splinter" and "Shark" are the two newest.

We worked with the actual crew chiefs of these particular jets to get all the little details "just right".  You'll notice that the Russian stars are larger on two aircraft than the first Splinter jet that was painted in this scheme.

We have included vinyl paint masks for the Shark scheme to paint the false dielectic EW panels that mimic the ones that are on the SU-34 Fullback aircraft.

Three different aircraft options are on this sheet with enough stencils for one complete aircraft.

Sized for the Tamiya F-16C kit

Recommended Kits:

  • Tamiya F-16C
  • Academy F-16C

32-066 F-15C Repo Eagles

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Upon the disestablishment of the 65th Aggressor Squadron from Nellis AFB, the F-15 aircraft attached to that squadron were transferred to various USAF ANG squadrons.  The 144th FW of the California ANG acquired these aircraft as replacements for their F-16Cs.

A handful of these aircraft carried the aggressor paint scheme before waiting for their repaint to the traditional Mod Eagle scheme.  We've captured two of these aircraft on this decal sheet.

There is one set of stencil data on this sheet.

Sized for the Tamiya F-15C kit.

Recommended Kits:

  • Tamiya F-15C

32-065 F-16C 50 Years of YGBSM

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One of the most striking schemes to ever adorn a USAF Viper.  These markings commemorate the 50th Anniversary of the Wild Weasel mission.

One full set of markings to include stencils for external weapons and pods is included in this set.  The external stores markings are representative of the weapons loadout that was resident on this jet during it's rollout ceremony.

Capture this piece of history in 32nd scale with this fantastic set! 

Sized for the excellent Tamiya F-16C Block 50 Viper.

Recommended Kits:

  • Tamiya F-16C Block 50 Viper

72-105 F-16C Alaskan Splinters

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Not to be outdone by the new aggressor schemes at Nellis AFB, the 359th FW at Eielson AFB, AK have generated a new splinter scheme of their own.

Designed by squadron personnel, these schemes flew for the first time in early 2017.  Twobobs worked directly with squadron personnel to ensure that every subtle detail of these unique markings were captured accurately.

Included in the sheet are two complete sets of markings and stencils for both splinter jets.  The walkway lines are printed in three different colors to allow the modeler to accurately match the walkway lines to the paint schemes as applied.

Sized for the Tamiya F-16C kit

Recommended Kits:

  • Tamiya F-16C
  • Hasegawa F-16C

72-104 F-16C Baby Got Fullback Aggressors

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The 57th Wing at Nellis AFB continues to generate new adversary paint schemes that mimic the newest schemes from potential adversaries of the US, "Splinter" and "Shark" are the two newest.

We worked with the actual crew chiefs of these particular jets to get all the little details "just right".  You'll notice that the Russian stars are larger on two aircraft than the first Splinter jet that was painted in this scheme.

We have included vinyl paint masks for the Shark scheme to paint the false dielectic EW panels that mimic the ones that are on the SU-34 Fullback aircraft.

There are enough markings on this sheet for three complete aircraft.

Sized for the Hasegawa F-16C kit

Recommended Kits: 

  • Hasegawa F-16C
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