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90-0233 / MO (cn 1163/E135) Squadron bird for the 391st FS Bold Tigers, piloted by the 366th OG Commander in the Mt. Home MOA just prior to joining up with the rest of the Blue Force aircraft for the Indian AF workups for to Red Flag 08-04.
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A visitor from Netherlands posted Sat February 12, 2011:
Jebus!! Beautiful!

A visitor from United States posted Mon December 13, 2010:
Seeing the overhead view of the Strike Eagle and the pilots in the cockpit. The sheer size of the F-15 is clear in this photo, and by the way the raw power of the F-15.

A visitor from - posted Wed June 9, 2010:
The picture is not an easy shot. Most likely from a tanker or another f-15.

A visitor from United States posted Wed November 12, 2008:
Sweet!!!! i like the shot good canyon below sweet plane!

A visitor from United States posted Thu October 30, 2008:
I flew this wonderful jet, 90-0233 when it was part of the 90th FS, at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska in 2002. A beautiful capture!!! It was the first F100-PW-229 engined Strike Eagle to be produced.

Kevin Hayes

A visitor from Portugal posted Mon October 6, 2008:
My fav aircraft

A visitor from Singapore posted Mon October 6, 2008:
Beautiful plan view of a combat proven bird. A symphony of raw power in motion.

A visitor from United States posted Sat October 4, 2008:
The subject dominates the frame just as a Strike Eagle should! It's interesting to see the overhead of the cockpit and the size of the pilots compared to the rest of the craft.

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