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The McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle is an American twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter designed by McDonnell Douglas to gain and maintain air supremacy in aerial combat. It is among the most successful modern fighters, with over 100 victories and no losses in aerial combat with the majority of the kills by the Israel Air Force. Following reviews of proposals, the United States Air Force selected McDonnell Douglas' design in 1967 to meet the service's need for a dedicated air superiority fighter. The Eagle first flew in July 1972, and entered service in 1976.

Below is a partial list of airframes that survived military service.

71-0280  (D-01)
71-0281  (D-06)
71-0283  (D-06)
71-0285  (D-07)
71-0286  (D-03)
72-0119  (S-05)
73-0085  (D-06)
73-0086  (D-07)
73-0098  (D-05)
73-0099  (D-06)
73-0107  (D-06)
73-0108  (D-04)
73-0114  (D-05)
74-0081  (D-00)
74-0083  (D-05)
74-0085  (D-??)
  74-0088  (D-??)
74-0095  (D-06)
74-0109  (D-05)
74-0114  (D-05)
74-0117  (D-05)
74-0118  (D-03)
74-0119  (R-07)
74-0124  (D-02)
74-0131  (D-95)
75-0026  (D-01)
76-0008  (D-07)
76-0009  (D-05)
76-0014  (D-07)
76-0020  (D-03)
76-0027  (D-05)
76-0037  (D-05)
  76-0040  (D-??)
76-0042  (D-07)
76-0048  (D-07)
76-0066  (D-??)
76-0076  (D-06)
76-0080  (D-05)
76-0088  (D-??)
76-0108  (D-06)
76-0110  (D-06)
77-0068  (D-06)
77-0090  (D-03)
77-0161  (D-02)
77-0146  (D-08)



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