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Meet the F-15E Strike
An informative look at
Americas most technologically
advanced fighter aircraft
A review of basic aircraft instruments
used in general and military aviation
Altitude and Oxygen
Background information on hypoxia
The effects of a lack of oxygen on the
AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL
Terminal Alert/Collision Avoidance System (TCAS)
The history and development of
TCAS - making the skies a safer place
Classes of Airspace in the United States
A summary of the six classes of airspace
used in the skies over the United States
Strike Eagle pilot/WSO
Air Traffic Controller
In 2007, the 90th Fighter Squadron, hosts of this page, began replacement of the F-15E Strike Eagle with the F-22 Raptor to enhance its mission. The 90th Fighter Squadron flew the F-15 Strike Eagle from 1994-2007.
On 30 July 2010 Elmendorf AFB was re-designated Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson
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