F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor 3D-Modell
F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor 3D-Modell
F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor 3D-Modell
F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor 3D-Modell
F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor 3D-Modell
F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor 3D-Modell
F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor 3D-Modell
F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor 3D-Modell
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F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor

<b>Description</b>

This is a very detailed model of the F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor version. AIM-9 Sidewinder and AIM-7 Sparrow missiles are included with the model, as is a centerline tank. The model with arms shown totals 28K polygons. Some limited rigging in Maya for canopy shocks, airbrake, and landing gear.

<b>Textures</b>

Color, Specular, and Bump maps are provided. The fuselage and cockpit share a single texture file, which is UV mapped and laid out for efficiency and at the same time, modifications are easy to make. The maximum (default) resolution is 4096x4096.

<b>History</b>

The F-15 Eagle is an American-built all-weather tactical fighter designed to gain and maintain air superiority in aerial combat. It first flew in July 1972. The F-15E Strike Eagle derivative is an all-weather strike fighter that entered service in 1989.

The F-15C/D model is being supplanted by the F-22 Raptor. The F-15E however will remain in service for years to come because of its different air-to-ground role and the low number of hours on their airframes. 18 USAF F-15Cs have been retrofitted with the AN/APG-63(v)2 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) radars and are expected to remain in service with the USAF well past 2020. The Royal Saudi Air Force has purchased several squadrons of long-range F-15S models, the Republic of Korea is purchasing upgraded F-15Ks, and Singapore is purchasing the F-15SG variant.

There is debate within the United States, concerning F-15 modernization versus retirement. This is due primarily to the cost of the F-22 Raptor, which will make it difficult if not impossible to replace the F-15 on a one-for-one basis (possibly as little as one-for-three). The F-15 might therefore be kept in a supporting role so the USAF does not face a numerical disadvantage in future conflicts. Such upgrades could include an AESA radar, Joint Helmet-Mounted Cuing System, and addition of low-observable modifications, or replacement of engines with thrust-vectoring models.

On September 26th at the Air Force Association"s Air & Space Conference and Technology Exposition in Washington D.C. the USAF announced their plan to upgrade 178 F-15C fighters with the AN/APG-63(v)3 AESA radar. Additionally, the Air Force also plans to upgrade other F-15s with the joint helmet mounted cuing system.

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F-15C Strike Eagle, Japan Self Defence Forces Agressor

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