The F-15 Eagle Is Old, But It's Good Enough For America's Overstretched Air Force
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Kyle Mizokami

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For nearly three decades, the F-15 Eagle fighter was considered the undisputed king of the skies.

Key point: The USAF bought its last F-15 in 2001, but foreign sales have kept Boeing’s production line humming since.

For nearly three decades, the F-15 Eagle fighter was considered the undisputed king of the skies. Until the debut of its replacement, the F-22 Raptor, the F-15 was the U.S. Air Force’s frontline air superiority fighter. Even today, a modernized Eagle is...

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