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Posted by on 21 Feb 2008 in Military News

Air Force F-15s Crash – One Dead – Video - According to the United States Air Force, one of the two pilots flying Boeing F-15 Eagle Fighters on training exercises in the Gulf of Mexico have died in a crash.

The other pilot is reported to be in good condition. The aircraft were assigned to the 33rd Fighter Wing and the 58th Fighter Squadron, based in Eglin Air Force Base (AFB), in Florida. Initial indications are the accident was a mid-air collision.

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