The following statement was made on behalf of Tom Neubauer, President of Bay Defense Alliance:
“The F15s came to Tyndall in 1983, replacing T-33. Our first 5th generation fighter, the F-22 began arriving at Tyndall in 2005 to begin a much slower process of replacing the still capable but aging F-15.
The F-22 Environmental Impact Statment anticipated a drawdown of F15s through the fiscal year 2013. This process has been accelerated as a result of 2010 defense budget uncertainties creating the aforementioned 300 aircraft option.
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Saturday, March 14, 2009
F-15s To Leave Tyndall Sooner Than Expected?
Labels: F-15 Aircraft, Tyndall AFB, USAF