Tag: F-15

U.S. HAS CONFIRMED USAF FIGHTER JET FLEW CLOSE TO IRANIAN AIRLINER TO INSPECT THE AIRCRAFT

The U.S. confirms fighter jet flew close to Iranian passenger aircraft for inspection

SYRIA -Two USAF F-15s caused a lot of panic aboard a Mahan Air Airbus A310 on Thursday, while the airliner was flying over Syria en route to Beirut in Lebanon. The U.S. military confirmed later on Thursday that one of its fighter jets had flown within a few thousand feet of an Iranian commercial aircraft

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F-15 PILOT’S NAME RELEASED BY U.S. AIR FORCE AFTER NORTH SEA CRASH

F-15 pilot's name released by U.S. Air Force after North Sea crash

RAF LAKENHEATH, ENGLAND – After all next of kin notifications were complete, the U.S. Air Force confirmed on Tuesday morning that the pilot killed in yesterday’s F-15 crash in the North Sea was 1st Lt. Kenneth ‘Kage’ Allen from the 493rd Fighter Squadron. 1st Lt. Allen was conducting a routine training mission over the North

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A USAF F-15 FROM RAF LAKENHEATH HAS CRASHED INTO THE NORTH SEA

A USAF F-15 fighter jet has crashed into the North Sea

NORTH SEA, ENGLAND – A USAF F-15C Eagle from RAF Lakenheath has crashed in the North Sea this morning. The single-seat fighter jet crashed around 9:30 AM (GMT), about 75 nautical miles off the English coast, near the county of Yorkshire. It’s unclear if the pilot ejected and survived the crash. The pilot is still

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F-15 FROM OREGON ANG FIRED ITS MISSILES INTO THE PACIFIC, DUE TO ISSUE WITH LANDING GEAR

An F-15C Eagle, assigned to the 142nd Fighter Wing, Oregon Air National Guard, returns to the Portland Air National Guard Base, Ore., after an afternoon training flight, Sept. 16, 2014. The 142nd Fighter Wing is one of 14 alert sites positioned around the United States that conducts the aerospace control alert mission, part of the North America Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)

PORTLAND – Last month – on February 20, 2019 – a F-15C from the Oregon Air National Guard’s 142nd Fighter Wing had to make an emergency landing, due to issues with its landing gear. After firing all its missiles into the Pacific Ocean, the F-15 landed safely on runway 28L at its home base, Portland

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