Boeing

                    F-15 Eagle

                    F-15

                    The F-15 offers the world’s most advanced technologies and delivers more payload to the fight, more speed to target and more range than any fighter in the world.

                    A Force Multiplier

                    The F-15 is an affordable, low-risk solution that maintains capacity and adds capability to the U.S. Air Force while preserving the Air Superiority and Homeland Defense missions. Today's F-15 offers next generation technologies including an advanced cockpit, AESA radar, digital electronic warfare suite, the world's fastest mission computer and modern sensors to remain ahead of current and evolving threats. With more speed, more range and more payload, the undefeated F-15 is combat ready today.

                    Faster, Further & Higher with Unmatched Payload

                    F-15 Quick Facts

                    Advanced F-15: Innovation in air superiority

                    F-15 Customers

                    Boeing’s F-15 program was initiated at the request of the United States Air Force, which demanded a fighter jet designed to maintain the country’s air superiority. Through its variants, the F-15 has also served that mission internationally with numerous global customers.

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                      United States

                    • Japan flag

                      Japan

                    • Israel flag

                      Israel

                    • South Korea flag

                      South Korea

                    • Saudi Arabia flag

                      Saudi Arabia

                    • Singapore flag

                      Singapore

                    • Qatar flag

                      Qatar

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                    F-15 Technical Specifications

                    Length 63.8 ft (19.45 m)
                    Height 18.5 ft (5.65 m)
                    Wing Span 42.8 ft (13.05 m)
                    Propulsion Two P&W F100 or two GE F110 turbofan engines in 29,000 lb (13,154 kg) thrust class with afterburning
                    Weight 45,000 lb (20, 411 kg) class
                    81,000 lb (36, 700 kg) max gross takeoff
                    Speed 1,875 mph (3,017 kph)
                    Armament F-15A/B/C/D air-to-air:
                    20mm cannon
                    AIM-120 (AMRAAM) missiles
                    AIM-9 (Sidewinder) missiles
                    AIM-7 (Sparrow) missiles
                    F-15E Air-to-ground:
                    Precision guided munitions
                    Variety of missiles and bombs
                    F-15E Air-to-air:
                    Cannon
                    8 medium- and short-range missiles
                    Advanced F-15:
                    12 air-to-air missiles
                    24 air-to-ground munitions

                    Feature Stories

                    Put to the Test: The Advanced F-15 is ready for the fight

                    Put to the Test: The Advanced F-15 is ready for the fight

                    January 31, 2019 in Defense

                    Test team proves out new capabilities of the Advanced F-15.

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                    Fast Gas: This Pit Crew's Vehicle Goes 1,875 mph

                    Fast Gas: This Pit Crew's Vehicle Goes 1,875 mph

                    June 25, 2018 in Technology, Defense

                    Boeing Test & Evaluation team uses Air Force combat technique to make Advanced F-15 testing more efficient.

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                    F-15E Tests Fastest Fighter Jet Computer in the World

                    F-15E Tests Fastest Fighter Jet Computer in the World

                    August 8, 2016 in Defense

                    The Advanced Display Core Processor II recorded its first flight in a U.S. Air Force F-15E July 8 and proved out what is arguably the fastest fighter jet computer in the world.

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                    Nelda Lee, retired F-15 flight test engineer

                    A Pioneer in Aerospace Retires from the Jet She Loves

                    September 15, 2014 in Defense

                    Boeing design and flight test engineer Nelda Lee reflects on becoming the first woman to record flying time in an F-15, inspiring a new generation of women in aerospace.

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