Crashed F-15D Experienced Asymmetric Vortex Shedding

U.S. Air Force crash investigators probing the loss of a two-seat F-15 in England last year have found the accident was prompted by imperfections in the nose cone of the aircraft. Post-crash analysis of the nose cone of the Lakenheath, U.K.-based F-15D that crashed onto farmers’ fields outside the...

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