U.S. Air Force Boeing F-15E prepare recommended to upgrade F-15SE-board equipment
Boeing launched the latest model F-15SE Silent Eagle fighter-bombers
active duty U.S. Air Force F-15E Strike Eagle fighter-bombers
According to the British,” Flight International “20093 18 Boeing recently reported confirmed that the current U.S. Air Force is developing a long-term roadmap, will be active duty F-15E multi-role fighter aircraft fleet upgrade.
According to Boeing F-15 fighter program vice president Mark ? Bath (Mark Bass) said the upgrade project is complete, F-15E’s avionics and maintenance support of the improved . At present the initial work of the upgrade program by the U.S. Air Force Air Combat Command is responsible, is expected to be completed in July this year. Since then the Air Force will upgrade the road map to be submitted for fiscal year 2012 received in the budget approval.
At the same time, Boeing also recently introduced the company’s latest improved F-15E – F-15SE “Silent Eagle” made a brief introduction to the U.S. Air Force. Compared with the F-15E, F-15SE made the following major improvements: the tail outward tilt of 15 degrees, the first area to the radar (RCS) reduction, and switched to BAE Systems’ Digital Electronic Warfare Group pieces (DEWS). Despite the launch of Boeing aircraft, the main purpose of this is for the international market, but claims that one of the DEWS Bath electronic warfare equipment (from F-22/35 fighter electronic warfare equipment evolved, including a comprehensive set of radar interference machines and radar warning receiver) are also available for the U.S. Air Force F-15E when the choice to upgrade. (China Aviation Industry Development Research Center Chen Li)
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