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F-15J / F-15DJ Eagle Photo Book  9784798624570

F-15J / F-15DJ Eagle Photo Book


€ 32.06


Publisher/Brand Hobby Japan

No. Pages 112

Version Soft cover

Language Japanese

Category Aviation Books

Subcategory US Jet Aircraft

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Product description

Photo Collection approaching the Air Self-Defense Force F-15J 
Eagle and its double-seat F-15DJ? The seventh of a collection of photographs that extracts the fighters used in the Air Self-Defense Force and summarizes them in one book.
It is still used by the Air Self-Defense Force and will feature the F-15J/DJ Eagle, which is active on the first line.
Detail photos, etc. will be posted and appealed to the modeler, and the aircraft that has been specially painted such as the flight guidance corps will also be posted by conducting as much coverage as possible.
The photos used are mainly live at the time of operation, and valuable things taken by former pilots and spotters are used.
Detail photos and illustrations useful for modeling are also posted.
One of the charms of this work is the interview to Komatsu Base (two F-15J squadrons and a flight guidance team belongs).
In the head of the wind... F-15 graphic
photo deployment - Deploying the realistic F-15J / F-15DJ Squadron with photos

F-15 Squadron FIGHTER TOWN No. 303 Squadron, 306th Squadron, covering the Flight Guidance Corps
Introduction of each squadron emblem / Detail photo / Former pilot interview etc

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