F-15 Twin - Engine Tactical Fighter Aircraft Silvered Pin
Silvered model pin of F-15 plane.
The F-15 Eagle is a two-engine tactical interception aircraft for made by the United States aerial superiority.
The plane was first developed and manufactured by McDonnell Douglas and later by Boeing.
The prototype of the YF-15 was flown for the first time on July 27, 1972.
In 1988, the F-15E a multi-mission fighter aircraft to attack ground targets and air-to-air combat entered service.
The F-15 entered the Israel Air Force in December 1976, and received the nickname "Baz" (models A / B / C / D).
In 1998, Israel received a version of the F-15E, the F-15I, which was named Thunder.