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McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle — - The usual drone of CFM56 engines at Dallas Love Field was drowned out by the thunder of 6 Pratt & Whitney F100s this morning. The Bayou Militia of the Lousiana ANG were headed home after a two night stay in Dallas. The F-15C Eagles, callsign VOODOO, were cleared to NAS JRB New Orleans with an unrestricted climb to 17,500 feet. Needless to say, they didn't waste the opportunity to put on a great show!
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McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle —

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The usual drone of CFM56 engines at Dallas Love Field was drowned out by the thunder of 6 Pratt & Whitney F100s this morning. The Bayou Militia of the Lousiana ANG were headed home after a two night stay in Dallas. The F-15C Eagles, callsign VOODOO, were cleared to NAS JRB New Orleans with an unrestricted climb to 17,500 feet. Needless to say, they didn't waste the opportunity to put on a great show!

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