UNSC Flight of Eagles


Author Comments

Anyways this is UNSCS Flight of Eagles, capital ship of Battlegroup Bird in Halo: Infestation. My animated comic series.

The planet behind it is HGCP-33 and its satellite Konos.
HGCP-33 is the closest planet to Arctic IV so this is some what a scene in IofI (IofI) is abbreviation for Infiltration of the Infestation or Escape the Infestation.

Flight is pretty much near its end, one of the last Halcyon battle cruisers soon to be replaced by the Marathon Class.
Flight began its service in 2517 and it ended 2554 after the Arctic IV incident.

Flight usually was the home of SPARTAN 2.5 program spartans. She and Talons of Falcons' her sister ship took on many covenant fleets. But after Arctic IV, Flight was in need of a few repairs but she was decommissioned as Talons of Falcons' was lost as it crashed on Arctic IV.


I typed in eagle; is there any subject halo isn't a part of ? Other than call of duty of course.

This looks almost just like the game.

I could hug you it's thats that awesome. I do disagree with GangBang, we all have the right to draw what we want and how we want it. Master cheif could of been created while the programmer was watching storm troopers or Family guy, who knows. we all get our inspirations somewhere.
Did you copy and paste the planet or did you make it yourself?
this is really radical to the shadding, lighting, and shapes!


Really good pic not only is it a cool ship but from my favorite book in the halo novel except for ghost of onyx.

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this looks like the picture of the pillar of autumn in halo 1. like identical, same angle and everything. but it still looks cool

people who try to make their own halo stuff are uncool. i had to say that.

..... seriously

Halochief89 responds:

It isn't, This was drawn off a model in 3DSMax. I think people who judge people are uncool. Yeah I just turned that on myself. But still I really don't give a shit what you think.

..... seriously

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Jul 27, 2009
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