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Hot Pic – F-15E Strike Eagle – Combat Ops Afghanistan – Free Aviation Wallpaper

This hot pic shows an F-15E Strike Eagle banking hard and loaded to the gills with weapons as it fires defensive flares over the mountains of Afghanistan during combat operations.

F-15E Strike Eagle Flares Hot Pic Free Aviation Wallpaper

F-15E Strike Eagle Launching Countermeasure Flares 12 November 2008
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Photo by US Air Force Staff Sgt Aaron Allmon
Aircraft assigned to 391st Expeditionary Fighter Squadron

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The F-15E is built by Boeing and operated by the United States Air Force.

F-15 Fighter Stock Photo provided by AeronauticPictures.com

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