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The New F-15EX Eagle II Sees Its First Training Mission

The New F-15EX Eagle II Sees Its First Training Mission

The F-15 Eagle is a dominant air-to-air platform. This all-weather tactical fighter was introduced into service in July 1972. The primary user for the highly maneuverable twin-engine jet is the United States Air Force, but it has also been exported to Japan, Saudi...

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Jet Friday: Train to Fight. Train to Win. Red Flag Exercise

Jet Friday: Train to Fight. Train to Win. Red Flag Exercise

“It’s not a contest or a competition. There are no winners or losers. It’s about training and saving lives.” ~ Narrator, Fighter Pilot: Operation Red Flag Above a 12,700 square mile area of desert in Nevada, F-15 Eagles from the United States Air Force, Eurofighter...

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Switzerland’s History With The F-5 Freedom Fighter

Switzerland’s History With The F-5 Freedom Fighter

The single-seat, supersonic light fighter F-5 has been in service since 1964 with the United States Air Force. This agile, reliable jet provided great engine performance to its user with low operational costs. Its service life began as the F-5A (single-seat) and F-5B...

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Video: Fly-By-Wire, How Does It Work?

Video: Fly-By-Wire, How Does It Work?

CABLE AND PULLEY FLIGHT CONTROLS In many traditional aircraft, the link between the pilot’s controls and the aircraft’s flight surfaces is what is referred to as mechanical flight controls. The force applied by the pilot to the yoke, either left or right, front or...

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