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Who else would be able to perfectly maneuver an F-15 in such close formations than veteran F-15 pilots themselves? The F-15s look like they weren’t even moving during the formation – they were that in sync!
Its elegance still hasn’t wavered off even a bit after 50 years since its first flight. Introduced in 1976, the F-15 is still in production today. These planes were designed for air superiority and their unblemished combat record speaks for itself. It has over 100 kills and no losses in aerial combat.
Thanks to its afterburners, it could climb to 60,000ft in just a minute. This twin-engined aircraft is fitted with Pratt & Whitney F-100 afterburning turbofans that enable it to reach Mach 2.5 speeds at high altitudes.