The 493rd Fighter Squadron ‘Grim Reapers’ based at RAF Lakenheath, England is the only F-15C Eagle unit remaining in Europe.
The former aggressor F-15C Eagle was reassigned to the Oregon Air National Guard's 173rd Fighter Wing.
An AIM-9X Sidewinder air-to-air missile captured shortly after launch from an F-15C Eagle of the 173rd Fighter Wing.
An 18th Wing F-15C based at Kadena Air Base, Japan releases flares from the ALE-45 dispenser over the Pacific Ocean.
A three-ship of Redhawks, F-15C Eagles assigned to the Portland, Oregon-based 142nd Fighter Wing.
A maintainer assigned to the 18th Aircraft Maintenance Squadron performs line maintenance on an F-15C at Kadena Air Base, Japan.
Ammo troops use a MJ-1 lift truck to load an inert CATM-120C AMRAAM missile on to a launcher unit fitted to the inner portside weapon pylon of an F-15C Eagle.
Airmen discuss the maintenance status of their F-15C Eagle during the turnaround between sorties at Portland Air National Guard Base, Oregon.
Ammo troops assigned to the 173rd Fighter Wing at Klamath Falls Air National Guard Base, Oregon lift an inert CATM-120C AMRAAM missile off the trolley.
The 104th Fighter Wing based at Barnes Air National Guard Base at Westfield Airport in Massachusetts transitioned from the A-10 Thunderbolt II to the F-15C Eagle in 2007
An Eagle driver assigned to the 142nd Fighter Wing of the Oregon Air National Guard prepares for a sortie.