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3D printed in black nylon plastic with a matte finish and slight grainy feel.
The Boeing RC-135 is a series of reconnaissance aircraft built by Boeing. It is currently being used by the US Air Force and the Royal Air Force. Based on the original KC-135A, which in turn is based on the Boeing 707 prototype, this aircraft, has been the workhorse of the intelligence community for decades, with numerous upgrades to engines and avionics over the same span of time. The Combat Sent is an intelligence platform used by the Air Force to gather information on enemy radar and defense systems.
This model is another variant of the stock RC-135, with the original design based on my RC-135 V/W. As there are an abundance of aircraft based on the Boeing 707 airframe, swapping engines or components saves time and produces several of the varieties still seen today. Enjoy!