F-15C Digital Remix
The Aggressors are used to simulate potential enemy aircraft. The 65th Aggressor Squadron painted up their aircraft to visually look like the enemy aircraft. In this case they took on the look of the Su-27.
The decals and instructions are included in a zip lock bag. The instructions are included on a double-sided 8.5 x 11 high quality paper. Both sides of the four aircraft are shown. On the front of the instructions are the left and right side with the individual aircraft peculiarity. As is typical of the level of research that Two Bobs does the instructions give you the FS numbers of the paint scheme and the modifications necessary to make your kit accurate. The back of the instructions gives the color cross-reference for Testors, Humbrol, Gunze and Xtracrylic.
The decals are printed by Microscale on three decal sheets. You receive enough stencils and markings to do two aircraft. The larger decal sheet has the majority of the individual markings. Besides the markings for the aircraft, this sheet also has markings for the intake and exhaust plugs that are available from Steel Beach Accessories. The next sheet is mostly stencils. The third sheet is very, very small and easily overlooked but it contains a nice little addition, chock markings and the flare/chaff markings. That is the level of detail I’ve come to expect from Two Bobs and this decal sheet doesn’t disappoint.
This sheet allows you to build any of four different aircraft. What is really nice is that you are treated to enough stencils and markings to build two aircraft. The inclusion of the chock, intake and exhaust plug markings is just an example of the level of detail that Two Bobs puts into all of their decals. This is a bargain decal sheet. If you like the Aggressors or the F-15 in general this is the sheet for you. Another winner from Two Bobs.