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F-14 vs F-15



F-14

Killed 14 times

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F-15

Killed 11 times


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3
Burn!
 
2
Shoot!
 
5
Hang!
 
1
Drown!
 
1
Explode!
 
1
Behead!
 
1
Poison!

 

3
Burn!
 
2
Shoot!
 
2
Hang!
 
1
Drown!
 
1
Explode!
 
1
Behead!
 
1
Poison!

From Wikipedia:

     The Grumman F-14 Tomcat is a supersonic, twin-engine, two-seat, variable-sweep wing aircraft. The F-14 was the United States Navy's primary maritime air superiority fighter, fleet defense interceptor and tactical reconnaissance platform from 1974 to 2006. It later performed precision strike missions once it was integrated with the Low Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night LANTIRN system. The F-14 was developed after the collapse of the F-111B project, and was the first of the American teen-series fighters which were designed incorporating the experience of air combat against MiGs during the Vietnam War.
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     The McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing) F-15 Eagle is a twin-engine, all-weather tactical fighter designed to gain and maintain air superiority in aerial combat. Developed for the United States Air Force, it first flew in July 1972, and is one of the most recognized modern fighters. The F-15 is expected to remain in service until 2025. Despite originally being envisaged as a pure air superiority aircraft, the design proved flexible enough that an all-weather strike derivative, the F-15E Strike Eagle, was later developed, and entered service in 1989.


 

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