F-15E 88-1683/SJ takes off from Seymour Johnson AFB, NC. Even though this aircraft has a green tailband indicating 335th FS, this one is actually part of the 333rd FS (see logo on the side of the intake).
Great take-off of true Air Power! An F-15E Strike Eagle of the 48th Fighter Wing, 494th Fighter Squadron seen while departing the RIAT 2019. The pilots show proudly the US flag as well as their wings to the photographers. These massive wings only already measure some 610 square feet (some 57 square meters) of surface area! Roughly the size to park six BMW 3 series on...
Two Strike Eagles return to their parking spot at Konya after a large scale Composite Air Operations (COMAO) over Turkey during Anatolian Eagle 2019. Six F-15Es were deployed to the exercise from homebase RAF Lakenheath (UK)
Twin tail action, an F-15E Strike Eagle of the 48th Fighter Wing, originating from RAF Lakenheath (UK), during its slow ride to the runway, while a Spanish EF-18M Hornet of Ala 15, originating from Zaragoza (Spain), is seen in its speedy take-off from Albacete air base during the Tactical Leadership Programme 2019-1.
Arriving straight out of a Middle East combat deployment, this F-15E Strike Eagle of 336th Fighter Squadron "Rocketeers" burns some serious rubber at RAF Lakenheath (UK). The squadron was deployed from homebase Seymour Johnson AFB (SC) to the Middle East in support of the fight against ISIS/ terrorism. On their way home, sixteen "Rocketeers" strikers made a fuelstop at Lakenheath.
High humidity caused some vapors over the wings of the F-15E of 336th Fighter Squadron "Rocketeers" during its landing at RAF Lakenheath (UK). The aircraft arrived with fifteen sisters and brothers straight from a combat deployment in the Middle East at Lakenheath.