Wings of Eagles Museum - McDonnell Douglas F-15B Eagle
Bill Maloney

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01 F-15 Eagle 02 McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle 03 F-15 Eagle Canopy 04 F-15 Eagle Nose Gear
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05 F-15 Eagle Main Gear 06 F-15 Eagle Main Gear 07 Squadron Emblems 08 F-15 Eagle Drop Tank
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09 AIM9 Sparrow Missile Rails 10 F-15 Eagle Tail 11 Fire Extinguisher Access 12 McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle
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13 McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle 14 McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle Nose 15 F-15 Eagle Jet Exhaust 16 F-15 Eagle Tail

McDonnell Douglas F-15B Eagle Specifications:

F-15 Eagle Jet Fighters at other Aviation Museums in the Northeast
F-15A Eagle Jet Fighter F-15 Eagle
McDonnell Douglas F-15A Eagle at the Air Heritage Museum in Beaver Falls, PA Another F-15A Eagle at the USAF Museum in Dayton, OH

Length: 63 feet 9 inches
42 feet, 9 inches
18 feet, 7 inches
Empty 25,000lbs Loaded - 51,000lbs
Max Speed: 1,600mph
Cruise Speed: 570mph
Range: 3,400 miles with external fuel
Service Ceiling: 65,000 feet
Fuel Capacity: 1,760 gallons internal, 1,800 gallons external
Powerplant: Two Pratt & Whitney F-100-PW-100 Turbojets
 One M61A1 20-millimeter Vulcan cannon
 Four AIM-7 Sparrows
 Four AIM-9 Sidewinder missiles,
 15,000 pounds of mixed ordnance carried externally
First Flight : July 27, 1972
Cost: $10,890,000

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