F-35 New Aggressors Color Scheme designs

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Unread post10 Sep 2020, 18:15

“These are just a few of the designs submitted that happen to be current schemes from the Vipers. The 65th will have their unveiling of the chosen schemes/edits some time next year,” Sean explained in a message to The Aviationist.

“The Air Force approached us to design some schemes. I submitted other designs as well but didn’t want to release until given approval from the USAF. These could be released because they already exist so-to-speak. There is no guarantee they will be chosen. From what I’ve heard, the Splinter scheme seems like it has a pretty solid chance.”

Indeed, the designs Sean has just released are existing color schemes that can be found on F-16s of both the 64th and 18th AGRS Vipers. While we don’t have any idea as to what the rest of his submitted designs may feature, these ones, inspired to some pretty popular paint schemes, like the “Wraith“, “Ghost“, BDU Splinter, etc, are truly amazing.



https://theaviationist.com/2020/09/10/t ... or-scheme/

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Unread post11 Sep 2020, 14:05

Ok Im having a fighter jetgasm right now.
Thats really sexy
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Unread post11 Sep 2020, 14:10

I thought the LO coating didn't allow for these types of color schemes.
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Unread post11 Sep 2020, 14:29

jessmo112 wrote:I thought the LO coating didn't allow for these types of color schemes.


Maybe they aren't going to be super VLO, but rather JLO (Just Low Observable) or SLO (Sorta Low Observable) so the Blue Force has a chance...
Take an F-16, stir in A-7, dollop of F-117, gob of F-22, dash of F/A-18, sprinkle with AV-8B, stir well + bake. Whaddya get? F-35.
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Unread post11 Sep 2020, 14:32

Someone here has explained that at the squadron level (in the USN/USMC for example) the double nuts (00 CO) aircraft can be painted thusly (usually tails and under canopy).
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