US Military aircraft designations are used to describe the aircraft from which these tags were cut. Jet-Eyes is not affiliated in any way with any aircraft manufacturer.
The Jet-Eyes F-5E tags were cut from the windscreen of a Northrop F-5E. This windscreen was also used to make the Jet-Eyes MiG-28 tags. Although the ID of the aircraft this windscreen belonged to is unknown, it did come from an adversary unit.
These tags have the most detailed aircraft artwork to date, featuring a grey tiger stripe F-5E. They also come with a tiger-striped aluminum sheet metal tag that has the text “Fight’s On” printed on it. This aluminum tag is hung behind the canopy tag and helps it stand out against the dark background of the card. The canopy tag is nearly 5/8" thick!
These tags are accompanied by a cardback by BVR featuring a section of adversary F-5s. The tag skeletal art was provided by Planeform.
This tag, along with the MiG-28 tag and a future F-5 tag, are part of a 3 tag series of F-5 adversaries. All will feature different artwork and cut qualities. Only 100 total tags remain in the series with only 41 of this variant available. The future F-5E tag will be cut from a different part of the canopy and will not have the aluminum backing.