F-15E Strike Eagle
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. Two F-15Es were lost in this conflict. 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.
- Rolling Thunder: Jet Combat From World War II to the Gulf War, by Ivan Rendall, Dell Publishing, 1997
- Coalition Aircraft Combat Losses
- Boeing F-15E Strike Eagle