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F-15 Streak Eagle
F-15 SMTD Test Footage
McDonnell Douglas YC-15 Flight Demonstration
McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle B-roll
North American X-15 B-roll
Boeing F-15K Slam Eagle B-roll
F-15E Strike Eagle at Nellis AFB, NV
Boeing XB-15 First Flight, October 15, 1937
X-53A Active Aeroelastic Wing (AAW) Test Flight
F-15E Strike Eagle B-roll
Boeing F-15E Strike Eagle B-roll
Boeing YQM-94A "Compass Cope"
McDonnell Douglas Suspended Maneuvering System (SMS) Demonstrations
Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) B-roll
Hughes XV-9A "Hot Cycle"
Piasecki H-16 (PV-15) Transporter in Flight Test
McDonnell Aircraft XV-1 Convertiplane
Boeing X-32B Flight Test Highlights
First Flight of the second Hughes XF-11
Douglas X-3 Stiletto B-roll
Hughes H-1 Racer Test Flight, US Transcontinental Record Flight
F-15 Streak Eagle Time To Climb Flights
F-15 Streak Eagle (AF Ser. No.72-0119) broke eight time-to-climb world records between Jan. 16 and Feb. 1, 1975.
In setting the last of the eight records, it reached an altitude of 98,425 feet just 3 minutes, 27.8 seconds from brake release at takeoff and "coasted" to nearly 103,000 feet before descending.
It was flown in its natural metal finish and stripped of most avionics to reduce weight for the record-setting flights.
The Streak Eagle was retired in 1980 and donated to the National Museum of the USAF.
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one of a kind aircraft