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The F-15 eagle flies with the P-51 Mustang.  The P51 mustang is probably the most famous of all of the Warbirds.  This airplane was manufactured by North American Aviation during WW2.  The plane took only 90 days to design and became the worlds fastest propeller airplane, ever, setting all of the low altitude speed records for propeller driven airplanes even today.  There are many of these airplanes still flying today at airshows everywhere.  This plane is also a favorite at the Reno Air Races at Stead Field just north of Reno Nevada.  Many Warbirds race at Reno every September.  The p51 is 32' 3" long, 13' 8" high, and a wingspan of 37'.  The mustang weighs 7000 lbs empty and has a max weight of 12100 lbs.  It used two different types of engines, the Allison and the Rolls Royce Merlin which produced 1650 lbs.  The racing planes, by contrast, pump out over 4500 hp.  The p-51 mustang had a max speed of 437 mph and a cruise speed of 275 mph.  The p82 was a twin fuselage version of the p51, with two engines.

The F15 eagle was manufactured by McDonnell Douglas,  weighs 31,700 lbs empty with a max weight of 81,000 lbs, is 63' 9" in length with a wingspan of 74' 9", it has a maximum speed of 1650 mph a cruise speed of 570 mph and a max climb of 50,000 ft/min.  The F-15 has tow Pratt & Whitney F100 engines which produce 14370 lbs of thrust with 23,450 lbs with afterburners and a total of 46,900 lbs total thrust.
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The Quad Cities Airshow Field Trip Series 7-14-2000 

P-51 Mustang and F-15 Eagle, the greatest of then and now! 

This F-15 Eagle in formation with the P-51 MustangThe F-15 Eagle fly's in formation with the P-51 Mustang

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Look at these afterburners, the have some form of frequency wave in their flames
Photos and Story by C. Jeff Dyrek webmaster at YellowAirplane.com

These kids really did learn by coming to the Quad Cities Airshow?

The kids went on a tour of a C-130 Hercules through the cargo bay and the cockpit.  Later, after the cockpit tour they saw many  aircraft both on the ground and in the air including the BT-13, Stearman biplane, A-10 Thunderbolt II, E-2C Hawkeye AWAC's, F-18, F-15, T-38, Waco biplane, a powered parachute, Patty Wagstaff with her Extra 300, an L-39, B-17, P-51, SNJ-3 / AT-6 Texan,  the Red Baron flight team and a drag race between the Shockwave jet powered truck and Jimmy Franklin's jet powered Waco biplane, plus the P-51 mustang and F-15 Eagle flying in formation showing the fastest airplanes of WW2 and our current military . 
Kids can see the difference between old and new technology.

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