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Originally posted by Britguy
The F-15's from Lakenheath can be seen at low level most days across the East of England. No location given for the sighting of these aircraft so difficult to say whether it was just the normal day to day flying.
The F-15C's would be more likely to go up in any escort / CAP role rather than the F-15E's which are primarily mud thumpers.
Originally posted by neformore
There are US F-15's of the 48th Fighter Wing stationed at RAF Lakenheath
The UK has no twin-tailed Aircraft in its inventory.
Originally posted by Zaphod58
The only planes painted black are the stealths. Black is actually a very bad color to paint fighters. It's MORE noticable than the grey colors that they use.
Originally posted by Willard856
If a B-52 pilot is flying at treetop level in a region bristling with SA-6s, then there has been a fundamental screw-up already!