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F-15E Strike Eagle from a Maintenance Engineer's Perspective

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The F-15E has proved to be the safest tactical fighter ever procured by the US Air Force and its 16,000-hour service life could well see it in use beyond the year 2030. It is arguably the best all-round combat aircraft in the world and has a magnificent operational record gained in combat since entering service in 1989. The presentation describes briefly the structural design and the operational use of the aircraft.

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This talk is part of the The Eastern Counties Branch of The Welding Institute series.

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