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Ea·gle

(ē'gĕl),
Harry, U.S. physician and cell biologist, 1905-1992. See: Eagle basal medium, Eagle minimum essential medium.

Ea·gle

(ē'gĕl),
Watt W., 20th-century U.S. otolaryngologist. See: Eagle syndrome.

eagle

raptor bird of the families Falconidae and Accipitridae. Includes the harpy eagle (Harpia harpyja), golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos), tawny eagle (Aquila rapax) and bald eagle (Haliaeetus leucocephalus).
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Air Force at Kadena Air Base had resumed F-15 fighter drills after a temporary halt since last Wednesday's accident, despite requests from the Okinawa prefectural government and Kadena town to halt the flights.
56] Foster, on the other hand, believed that a more extended period of competition might decrease the final cost of the F-15 development contract.
RAF Lakenheath holds 82 F-15s and makes up to 50 to 60 flights a day.
Matt Meloy and the flags he flew in his F-15, I can't fathom why, of all the feedback you must receive from each issue, you chose Sergeant Hair's, but this has to be the textbook example of "no good deed goes unpunished.
The fighter drills had been halted since an F-15 crashed into sea about 100 kilometers south of the main island of Okinawa last Wednesday while on a training mission.
A spokesperson for Britannia Airways stated that none of the 234 passengers on board the aircraft had noticed the F-15 because their aircraft had been passing through a cloud at the time.
Combat-coded US Air Force (USAF) F-15 Eagles could receive BOL chaff dispensers for nighttime missions if Congress provides extra money in the defense budget.
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7 million contract for F-15 Eagle Passive/Active Warning and Survivability System (EPAWSS) engineering manufacturing and development.
The Air Self-Defense Force will soon resume F-15 fighter training flights as flight safety can now be ensured three weeks after an accident involving an exterior fuel tank grounded the aircraft, ASDF Chief of Staff Gen.
allies South Korea and Israel, which both have conventional versions of the F-15 fighter jet, are said to be considering ordering a new stealth version of the jet.
This team identified that over 34 percent of all F-15 Strike Eagle aircraft discrepancies are a result of an electrical problem.