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For starters, some basic info here about the Strike Eagle. Nothing serious stuff, just basic description and lots of metrics about the physical appearance of the jet.



General Description Print E-mail
(8 votes, average 4.38 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

general_imageThis article gives you a general description ( USAF fact sheet style) of the F-15E Strike Eagle as a modern dual-role fighter. It gives an overview of the funtions and role of the jet, what systems it utilizes and for what purposes. We give you a very short overview of its development history as well ....

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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Pertinent Data (U.S.) Print E-mail
(5 votes, average 4.60 out of 5)
Written by Raptor & Sabc   

The F-15E Strike Eagle is a relatively large aircraft, every part of her carefully designed and meticulously tested. No measure of her was born by chance, everything was intentional and purposeful. Check out the basic measurements in U.S. units in this article. But be warned, dry numeric data ahead ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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Cutaway Drawing Print E-mail
(11 votes, average 4.45 out of 5)
Written by Sabc   

cutaway_imageMike Badrocke's wonderful cutaway drawing gives you an insight to the F-15E Strike Eagle's inner structure. See fuselage structure, engines, pipings, electronic blocks as they are located within the jet. More than 200 components are identified on the drawing and a few typical weapons too ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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Pertinent Data (metric) Print E-mail
(6 votes, average 4.50 out of 5)
Written by Raptor & Sabc   

The F-15E Strike Eagle is a relatively large aircraft, every part of her carefully designed and meticulously tested. No measure of her was born by chance, everything was intentional and purposeful. Check out the basic measurements in metric units in this article. Be warned, dry numeric data ahead ...

Last Updated on Tuesday, 07 September 2010
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