The F-14D -HALLOWEEN- is one of the first downloadable aircraft skins available in the Ace Combat series. Released on October 23rd, 2007 as a part of Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation DLC Pack 01, this Super Tomcat was the first aircraft skin to feature a holiday theme. It also granted this aircraft stealth capabilities, something unavailable to the F-14 even with the first iteration of Aircraft Tuning introduced in Ace Combat X: Skies of Deception (2006).
September 3rd, 2018. This is the day our Public Relations Correspondent arrives at PAX West to thoroughly play the demo of Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown. Once again, in support and celebration of this event, Project: Lighthouse has produced yet another event themed skin. It's the same concept the F-22 Gamescom 2018 skin released in August. This skin is available for download.
As members of Project: Lighthouse continue preparations for a representative attending Gamescom 2018, they've also let the wave of excitement carry their creative senses. The result is as seen here. A custom made skin utilizing the logo and color scheme of the Gamescom. The "Three Sin Lines" referenced in the E3 2018 trailer for Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown make an appearance on the event's logo. A nice nod to the eager Ace Combat fans awaiting every bit of news. This aircraft skin is available for download.
This photo gallery features the F-22A -Mobius1- and F-15E -MOBIUS- from Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation. The photographer, Ribbon-Blue, explains his reason for doing this photo shoot and recalls how each aircraft was used in online multiplayer matches in Ace Combat 6.
BlackBaron1945 has created many aircraft skins for aircraft being operated by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). It is a real world organization in which member nations support one another in economy, technology, education, agriculture, foreign relations and more. Though ASEAN is not a military alliance like the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), many member nations of ASEAN have their armed forces participate in military exercises together.
This skin pack has paint schemes for the aircraft they do operate, along with aircraft they do not operate. These paint schemes are for use only on the personal computer version of Ace Combat: Assault Horizon. This skin pack is available for download.
The subject of this photo collection is the mission, rather than a single particular aircraft. This set - named "Hammerhead" after the leader Emmerian 35th Bomber Squadron squadron featured in the photos - attempts to capture the scale of battle for the liberation of San Loma. Formation flight, deploying decoys against air defenses and air-to-air interception are featured throughout the collection.