Photos: U.S. Air Force Central Command Posts Photos of F-15 Jet with Decepticon Logo

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Photos: U.S. Air Force Central Command Posts Photos of F-15 Jet with Decepticon Logo

Transformers has been part of pop culture for over 30 years now and that integration has led to the robots in disguise popping up in some fun (and sometimes unexpected) places. The latest is an Air Force jet fighter! Recent posts on The Air Force Central Command Photo Gallery show an F-15C fighter jet with the Decepticon logo and the name "Starcream" on the sides near the cockpit of a real life jet. Long time fans of Transformers will recognize the F-15 as the alt-mode for the original G1 Starscream, making this a fun mash up of Transformers fiction and real life!

Here is the description from one of the photos:
"Airmen prepare to do post-flight maintenance of a U.S. Air Force F-15C Eagle in Southwest Asia, May 8, 2019. U.S. Air Force fighter squadrons enhance regional partnerships and demonstrate a continued commitment to regional security and stability. This aircraft was moved within the theater to be best positioned to defend U.S. forces and interests in the region. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Jocelyn A. Ford)"

Images in this post were mirrored from the The Air Force Central Command Photo Gallery.

Photos: U.S. Air Force Central Command Posts Photos of F-15 Jet with Decepticon Logo