Boeing has released concept images of its the new F-15EX Advanced Eagle fighter aircraft commonly known as Strike Eagle on Steroids. See images at the end of Article
With new concept images, Boeing reveals additional details of new fighter jet purpose-built for the U.S. Air Force.
F-15EX leverages $5B+ in technology investments over the past decade to bring the U.S. Air Force the world’s most modern variant of the undefeated F-15.
Complementing other aircraft, the F-15EX enhances the air combat capabilities of the fleet to ensure the U.S. remains ahead of current and emerging threats.
The Advanced F-15 will can carry the full array of air-to-air, air-to-ground and maritime strike weapons. The aircraft can engage a multitude of targets on any given mission.
The Advanced Eagle will have unmatched weapon station capacity up to 29,500 lbs. of a payload supported by 12 certified air-to-air hardpoints and 15 certified air-to-ground hardpoints.
The Advanced F-15’s design architecture facilitates affordable, low-risk integration of new weapons.
A fully integrated electronic warfare suite provides a full spectrum of protection and enables dominant engagement of new and emerging threats. The F-15EX will be able to survive modern integrated air defense systems and seamlessly communicate with other sensors to deliver automated IR countermeasures for enhanced survivability.
Also added that new, more powerful twin engines provide the F-15EX with unrivaled speed and acceleration capabilities, allowing the pilot to get to the target faster.
The 21st-century cockpit provides real-time access to battlefield information and enhances the pilot’s understanding of the environment to reduce workload, speed decision-making and enhance mission management.
The F-15EX to receive Display Core Processor II, the world’s fastest mission computer while capable of processing 87 billion instructions per second of computing throughput- translating into faster and more reliable mission processing capability for aircrew.
Boeing launches a new update for the website as part of the promotional activities
Here are the images