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achterkirch

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  1. I have what your looking for. I won’t use them. Send me a PM and we can work out the details.
  2. https://www.airfighters.com/photo/222043/M/USA-Air-Force/General-Dynamics-F-111F-Aardvark/73-0711/
  3. I believe it was euro 1 green. FS34092
  4. I’m not talking about the light on the gear being moved to the nose gear door. Block 40 and up have the heavy weight gear vs 30/32 and below have the light weight gear unless your talking about some odds and ends like Greek block 30’s and upgraded Taiwan F-16V’s which are upgraded F-16A/B block 20’s. Those have the heavy gear That later blocks have.
  5. You’ll have the light weight gear I. The box but you’ll be missing the larger intake parts and the parts for the GE exhaust. You would be better off with the C/N kit.
  6. Also need to use the light weight main gear parts if you wanna make it accurate. Oh and sand off the little bulges found were the wing meets the fuselage. (Those we’re only found on F-16’s block 40 and up) Also since it’s a FY 86 model block 30 it only has 2 chaff and flare buckets compared to the 4 found on later F-16’s. She also has the larger MCID air intake that was standard on all GE powered F-16’s numbered 86-0262 and up.
  7. https://www.google.com/amp/s/theaviationist.com/2018/04/14/here-are-the-first-photos-of-the-u-s-air-force-f-16c-and-f-15c-jets-and-kc-135-tankers-returning-to-aviano-after-tonights-mission/amp/ during the mission mentioned above it seems that they loaded amraams on the outer station and the 9’s on the inner
  8. https://www.jetphotos.com/photo/9451984 hopefully this helps. They use the ones used on USAF F-15C’s.
  9. https://www.thedrive.com/the-war-zone/21081/the-usaf-has-quietly-added-large-multi-function-cockpit-displays-to-its-f-15c-fleet
  10. See if you can find this sheet some place. http://www.hyperscale.com/2020/reviews/decals/ed32126reviewbg_1.htm
  11. I’m pretty sure as of now every front line USAF/ANG F-15C squadron uses it. I don’t think there is any external way of seeing what jet is capable except when a Sniper pod is attached to the middle pylon
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