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engines_imageThe F-15E Strike Eagle uses Pratt & Whitney engines: either the F100-PW-220 or the F100-PW-229, this latter being the newer version. In this article we present a thorough overview of the engines' working principles, subsystems, operating parameters, pilot controls and much more ...

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jfs_imageThe Jet Fuel Starter (JFS) is a simple, scaled down jet engine, which is used to start the two main engines.In this article we give you a detailed overview of not just the JFS itself, but its pilot controls and operating procedures as well. Of course with the usual good photos and illustrations ...

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The IFF acronym is derived from the words Identification, Friend or Foe. This article explains how IFF systems work in general and how they are functioning in the F-15E Strike Eagle in particular. We give you details for pilot controls and for IFF integration with other electronic systems in the F-15E as well ...

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Conformal fuel tanks in the F-15E are attached to the sides of the jet directly besides the air intakes on the outboard side of each engine intake. This article gives a detailed description on their working, they role in the Strike Eagle's fuel system, they parameters and pilot controls used to operate them ...

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The HUD is a piece of glass located on top of the pilot's dashboard, which can display critical information and images superimposed to the pilot's forward view from the cockpit. In this article we give you a throrough description of the F-15E Strike Eagle's HUD and its controls ...

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Article about the pilot throttle quadrant, which is located on the left console in the front cockpit. The throttle is part of the HOTAS system, hence it houses lots of buttons and controls. We give a short overview of the functions available on the throttle, plus a few images and a graphical illustration ...

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pitot_tube_imageThe pitot tube is used to measure aircraft velocity relative to the air around the aircraft. They are L-shaped metal assemblies mounted on each side of the aircraft's nose. In this article we give you a throrough description of how this systems works and how it is controlled by the pilot ...

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inlet_imageSince the F-15E Strike Eagle is a twin engine fighter, each of the engines have its own air induction and air inlet system. In this article we give you a description on this system, carefully illustrated of course, and we show the pilot controls which give manual input to this mainly automatic system ...

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In addition to the internally and CFT stored amount of fuel, the Strike Eagle can carry up to 3 external fuel tanks, one under the fuselage and one under each wing. We offer a description of these drop tanks, how they work, how they are attached to the jet, what is their role in the F-15E's fuel system ...

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exterior_lights_imageIn this article we discuss the exterior lighting systems that the F-15E Strike Eagle uses - all complete with illustrations. There are 5 types of exterior lighting systems available: position (navigation) lights, anti-collision lights, formation lights, vertical tail flood lights and landing/taxi lights ...

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