Air force inherent resolve

War in Afghanistan - Operation Inherent Resolve E3 Sentry

The E-3 Sentry Airborne Early Warning and Control System aircraft is the U S Air Force’s primary aerial command and control aircraft.  It features a 30-foot wide rotating radar dome than scans a wide area for aerial threats and traffic.  The dome is 30 feet in diameter, six feet thick, and is held 11 feet above the fuselage by two struts. It contains a radar subsystem that permits surveillance from the Earth's surface up into the stratosphere, over land or water. The radar has a range of more than 250 miles. The radar combined with an identification friend or foe, or I F F subsystem, can look down to detect, identify, and track enemy and friendly low-flying aircraft, by eliminating ground clutter returns that confuse other radar systems.

U.S. Air Force Panel
  1. World War I
  2. World War II
  3. Cold War
  4. Korean War - 27th FEG F84E Thunderjet
  5. Korean War- 49th FBW F-80C Shooting Star
  6. Korean War - 98th BG(M) B29 Superfortress Bombers
  7. Korean War - 68 FAWS F-82G Twin Mustang
  8. Korean War- F-86A Sabre
  9. Korean War - Douglas Invader
  10. Korean War- 45th TRS RF-51D Mustang
  11. Vietnam War- 8th TFW F-4D Phantom
  12. Vietnam War - 561st TRF F-105G Thunderchiefs
  13. Iraq War
  14. Gulf War - Fighting Falcons
  15. War in Afghanistan - Operation Inherent Resolve
  16. War in Afghanistan - Kunduz Province- A-10 Thunderbolt II
  17. War in Afghanistan -Kunduz Province- Combat Controller
  18. Introduction
  19. Gulf War - Desert Storm - KC-135 Stratotanker
  20. War in Afghanistan - Operation Inherent Resolve E3 Sentry