The U.S. Air Force will spend about $5.8 billion on F-15 programs between fiscal 2008 and fiscal 2017, with F-15E Strike Eagles accounting for about $3.2 billion of that total, according to an Aviation Week Intelligence Network (AWIN) analysis of data provided by Avascent050, an online market analysis toolkit for global defense programs. Most of the work — about $3 billion — is for sustainment and modification of the Strike Eagles, the analysis shows. As the U.S. Air Force continues ...

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