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F-15E Strike Eagle

F-15E Strike Eagle


-Length: 19.4 m (63.8 ft) -Wingspan: 13.05 m (42.8 ft) -Height: 5.63 m (18.5 ft) -Internal Fuel Capacity: Unknown - Wing Area: 56.5 m² (608 ft²)


-Empty Weight: 14,300 kg (31,700 lb) -Loaded Weight: Unknown -Payload: 11,113 kg (24,500 lb) -Max. Takeoff Weight: 36,700 kg (81,000 lb)

Max. Load to Wing Area: Unknown Engines: 2 Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-229 afterburning turbofans

Dry Thrust:

79 kiloNewtons (17,800 lbf) each engine

Afterburning (“wet”) thrust:

129 kiloNewtons (29,100 lbf) each engine Thrust/Weight (with 100% fuel): Unknown


-Max Speed: Mach 2.54 (over 2,676 km/h, 1,445 knots, 1,662 mph) -Cruise Speed: Unknown

Range (no refueling)

-Combat Radius (flying while fully armed): 1,271 km (686 nautical miles, 790 miles) -Ferry Range (flying with optional fuel tanks, no ordnance): 4,450 km (2,402 nautical miles, 2,765 miles) with conformal fuel tanks and 3 external fuel tanks -Max. Flying Height (“Ceiling”): 18,200 m (60,000 ft)

Maneuvering Capability

-Durability: Unknown -Max. Alpha: Unknown



One 6 barreled 20 mm (0.787 inch) M61Vulcan cannon

Air to Air:

- Up to 4 Aim-7M Sparrows (225 kg, or 500 lb each) - Up to 4 Aim-9M Sidewinders (91 kg, or 190 lb each) -Up to 8 Aim-120 AMRAAM (152 kg, or 335 lb each)

Air to Surface:


- Up to 6 AGM-65 Maverick (from 208 kg (462 lb) to 302 kg (670 lb) each) - Up to 6 AGM-84 Harpoon (519 kg, or 1,144 lb each) - Up to 6 AGM-84K SLAM-ER (675 kg, or 1,488 lb each) - Up to 6 AGM-130 (1,323 kg, or 2,917 lb each) - Up to 6 AGM-154 JSOW (from 483 kg (1,065 lb) to 497 kg (1,095 lb) each) - Up to 6 AGM-158 JASSM (1,020 kg, or 2,250 lb each)


Any air-to-surface weapon in the U.S. arsenal No. of serving aircraft (only the exact type/variant): 237


- United States, United States Air Force - Total of 224 F-15Es The rest are operated by the European Union

Additional updates and improvements:

F-15E Strike EagleThe F-15E differs from earlier made F-15s by having far more advanced systems and an improved air-to-ground configuration which lets it realize its superior potential in that role. It uses a whole new suite of avionics and weapons, incorporated by the rear seat Weapon System Operator (WSO) crewmember. Despite the great investment in air-to-ground, the F-15E still maintains the great air superiority capabilities of the former variants. The F-15E is designed for deep strike missions, high speeds, and performance in any weather, and any part of the day. Compared to earlier F-15s, it can fly farther, by regularly flying with 2 Conformal Fuel Tanks (CFTs- non-detachable fuel tanks which hug the fuselage to reduce drag and house weapon hardpoints).

Distinct Avionics:

-APG-63(V)4 Active Electronically Scanned Array (AESA) -AN/ALQ-131 ECM pod -LANTIRN (Low Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night) pod -Lockheed Martin Sniper XR pod -LITENING targeting pod -SUU-42A/A Flares/Infrared decoys dispenser/chaff pod -2 conformal fuel tanks (CFTs), carrying 2,800 liters (750 U.S. gallons) and 6 weapon hardpoints each

Upgraded types of F-15Es:

-Israeli F-15I Raam (Total of 25 active aircraft) -Korean F-15K Slam Eagle (Total of 39 active aircraft) -Saudi Arabian F-15S Peace Sun IX (Total of 72 active aircraft) -Singapore F-15SG (Total of 24 active aircraft) -Japanese F-15J Peace Eagle