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  • Liberty Spotlight: Keeping the fuel flowing

    F-15 Eagles are powerful jets. With a maximum takeoff weight of over 68,000 pounds, their two Pratt and Whitney turbofan engines can propel them to supersonic speeds.These workhorses would be rendered useless without the systems that move fuel from the tanks to the engines. However, the Airmen of

  • Mad Hatters strike at Red Flag

    F-15E Strike Eagles, personnel and equipment from the 492nd Fighter Squadron out of Royal Air Force Lakenheath, England kicked-off exercise Red Flag 16-4, to conduct air combat training with joint and U.S. allies at Nellis Air Force Base, Nevada, August 15.The exercise is held annually at Nellis,