F-15E in quarter Hanger | AeroScale

From friend Harry T. Ji and his fantastic take on The F-15E Strike Eagle at Seymour Johnson Air Base The F-15E was first delivered to the U.S. Air Force operational units in 1988. The F-15E reached initial operational capability on 30 September 1989 at Seymour Johnson Air Force Base in North Carolina with the 4th Tactical Fighter Wing, 336th Tactical Fighter Squadron.

This is partial text from the full article (usually with photos) at https://aeroscale.net/news/f-15e-in-quarter-hanger

That is pretty cool … love the animation and movement you can sense in a busy hanger by the ground crew.

I really appreciate the overall look of maintenance and not being armed. :+1::+1:


I really like the overall concept. Especially like the natural figure poses/interaction. Very nicely done!


The F-15 and the rest of the dio look great. The figures are really nice. To replicate the Tiger Stripe ABU in that scale is really a feat.

Again, the write up does nothing to promote the model though. When the F-15 was fielded to Seymour Johnson AFB is irrelevant since the scene is much later than the late '80s. The Tiger Stripe ABU was only worn from 2012 - 2019. More description of the actual diorama and its timeframe would be better. Punctuation would help too.

Superb. The figures, the aircraft, everything. (oops, sentence fragment there)
Is that framework made from Evergreen or is it soldered brass? The posters are a nice touch - no military environment is complete without them. Nice camera work too. (oops, there I go again)
I love photos taken from the ground view. Some of the photos almost looks like real scenes.


Still, it’s great! And per punctuation… oh come one…

Really fabulous!

OK, I am the weird one. I love the ceiling frame work and the lights hanging from the beams. The F-15 is fantastic too. The figures and camo are most impressive…

But the steel work and lights, awesome!

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