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Israeli Air Force F-35I Adir takes part in First Joint Exercise with Service’s F-15 and F-16
"We're not going to adjust the 'Adir' (F-35I) according to the air force – we're going to adjust the air force according to the 'Adir'," Israeli Air Force senior member. The Israeli Air Force’s F-35I recently took part in first joint exercise with its F-15 and F-16, the service announced on Jun. 6.
That time an Israeli Air Force F-15 Baz landed with one wing missing
The F-15 Baz No. 957 would eventually be repaired and after having scored three air-to-air victories during the 1982 Lebanon War, it shared the kill of another Syrian MiG-23 on Nov. 19, 1985 On May 1, 1983, while performing a dissimilar air combat training (DACT) mission over the Negev, an Israeli Air Force (IAF) F-15 Baz (actually the F-15D No. 957)...
Operation Wooden Leg: how the F-15 Baz fighters became bombers and performed the longest air strike in IAF history
Many still believe that the F-15s involved in Operation Wooden Leg were F-15E Strike Eagles: instead the strike package that carried out the mission was made by IAF F-15Cs and Ds modified in the summer of 1985 When Israeli Air Force (IAF) picked the F-15 the service was not only evaluating the aircraft air-to-air capabilities, but also if the Eagle design...
On Feb. 19, 2017, the F-15 "FrankenEagle" finally took off for its first sortie since returning to the “Edge of the Spear” Squadron Do you remember the Israeli Air Force (IAF) F-15 "FrankenEagle," the F-15 that was critically damaged in an emergency landing after being hit by a flock of pelicans in Jun. 2011? On Feb. 19, 2017, the aircraft finally took...
According to the first accident report, the F-15's central and rear parts were damaged beyond repair A badly damaged Israeli Air Force (IAF) dual-seater F-15 Baz (Falcon, as the F-15 Eagle is dubbed by IAF) fighter jet will soon return to service with parts coming from a single-seater F-15. In Jun., 2011, the aircraft, belonging to the "Edge of the Spear"...

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