Friday, June 10, 2011

F-15E Strike Eagle Knocking Out The Opponent Reliable

F-15E Strike Eagle Mission

Provide unique night/all-weather/all-altitude deep-penetration precision strike capability and air superiority. The F-15E also performs Close Air Support (CAS), Time Sensitive Targeting (TST), Dynamic Targeting, Destruction of Enemy Air Defenses (DEAD), Offensive and Defensive Counter Air, Homeland Defense, Global Persistent Attack, Non-Traditional Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance, Strike, and Air Interdiction.

F-15E Strike Eagle


The F-15E Strike Eagle is a dual-role fighter designed to perform nearly all air-to-air and air-to-ground missions. It is a twin-engine, two-tail, two-seat, supersonic fighter capable of employing nearly all USAF air-to-ground and air-to-air munitions. The F-15E has an array of modern avionics and electronics systems that enable the pilot and weapons system officer to fight at all altitudes, day or night, and in all types of weather.
F-15E Strike Eagle

 Combining the highest fuel and weapons capacity of any fighter with systems such as Fighter Data Link, Night Vision Goggles, Low Altitude Navigation and Targeting Infrared for Night (LANTIRN) and infrared targeting pods, the F-15E has the capability to fight its way deep into enemy territory, destroy enemy ground positions with precision weapons, and then fight its way out.

F-15E Strike Eagle

 The F-15E has participated in nearly every combat operation since the First Gulf War (1991). It has flown combat operations over the former Yugoslavia (Deny Flight and Allied Force), Iraq (Northern Watch, Southern Watch, Provide Comfort and Iraqi Freedom), and Afghanistan (Enduring Freedom). In Operation Iraqi Freedom, the F-15Es penetrated deep into the Iraqi defenses to destroy key targets and are credited with destroying 65 MiGs on the ground as well 60% of the Iraqi Medina Republican Guard. The F-15E is going to be the basis of the legacy fighter force through 2030 and beyond.


Acquisition Status


Prime : Boeing Aircraft (MO)

Subcontractor(s) : Engine - Pratt & Whitney (CT); Radar - Raytheon (MS, CA); Avionics - Honeywell
(NM); Avionics - Northrop Grumman (IL)


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