The F-15 Eagle first appeared in 1976, and it quickly became one of the most successful fighters in aviation history. Recent stats list the F-15 has just over 100 kills, with no combat losses on record. 367 F-15s are currently being used by the United States Air Force, where they will serve until 2025. F-15 operators from around the world include Japan (202 aircraft), Saudi Arabia (161 aircraft) and Israel (82 aircraft). Kit features easy, glue-free snap assembly, complemented by factory-decorated, painted plastic construction.
|Kit features snap construction and color molded parts to eliminate needing paint or glue, and peel and place stickers.|Technical
|WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD! Small parts. Not intended for children under 3 years of age.|
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|Model length 7.5 inches, wingspan 5 inches.|
|Approximately 17 parts.|