F-15E Strike Eagle

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The F-15E Strike Eagle is a two-seat fighter-bomber version of the F-15 Eagle. It first saw combat in the Gulf War, where it was used against a large number of targets, including Iraqi airfields and Scud missile launching sites.[1] Two F-15Es were lost in this conflict.[2] Strike Eagles have been utilized in almost every major American military campaign since then, including Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom.

Foreign users of the F-15E include Israel, South Korea, and Saudi Arabia.[3]

References

  1. Rolling Thunder: Jet Combat From World War II to the Gulf War, by Ivan Rendall, Dell Publishing, 1997
  2. Coalition Aircraft Combat Losses
  3. Boeing F-15E Strike Eagle

Links

F-15E Strike Eagle.com