The United States Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle (see photo) is a multirole all-weather fighter bomber plane. It is an advanced version of the McDonnell Douglas F-15 Eagle fighter designed in the 80s for long-range, high-speed interdiction without relying on other electronic warfare aircraft or other escort planes.
F-15E Strike Eagle fighter planes have been deployed by the United States Air Force in almost all of its major air combats of recent times, including in Afghanistan and Iraq, and now in Libya, taking part in Operation Odyssey Dawn (codename for the 2011 military intervention in Libya).
For the Libyan operation, according to reports 10 F-15E Strike Eagle fighter aircraft, along with a variety of other aircraft, warships, etc, have been deployed by the United States to enforce a no-fly zone over Libya.
According to reports, an F-15E Strike Eagle crashed in Libya, purportedly due to mechanical and technical failures on 22 March, 2011, though there were claims that the fighter plane was shot down. The pilots ejected and parachuted into territory held by the Libyan rebels who sheltered them until they were rescued by the US Marine Corps CSAR mission.
You can see photos of the wreckage of F-15E Strike Eagle HERE.