Monday, November 14, 2016

F-15 Eagle

The F-15 Eagle is a dual-engine tactical fighter designed with the aid of McDonnell Douglas in 1967. The all-climate plane is designed to advantage and preserve air superiority over enemy forces for the duration of aerial combat, which includes conserving dominant positions inside the sky. The F-15 Eagle first flew in July 1972, and officially entered carrier inside the U.S. Air force in 1976.
F-15s are capable of flying at speeds extra than Mach 2.five (1,650 mph, or 2,655 km/h), and are considered one of the maximum a success planes ever created. The F-15 Eagle is anticipated to continue flying inside the U.S. Air force beyond 2025, and have also been exported to some of foreign countries, which include Japan, Israel and Saudi Arabia.

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