F-15E shown in the middle of flight.
F-15E shown in the middle of flight.

Name: F-15A/B/C/D Eagle | F-15E Strike Eagle | F-15SE Silent Eagle
Origin: Real Life
Type: 4th Generation Air Superiority Fighter (with some multi-role capabilities) | 4.5th Generation Multi-Role/Strike Fighter | 5th Generation Stealth Multi-Role/Strike Fighter
Dimensions: length: 19.43 m, height: 5.63 m, wingspan: 13.05 m
Weight: Empty: 12.7 tons, standard: 20,2 tons, maximum: 30.845 tons | Empty: 14.3 tons, maximum: 36.7 tons
In use by: USA, Israel, Japan, Saudi Arabia, South Korea, Singapore
Powered by: 2 × Pratt & Whitney F100-100 or −220 afterburning turbofans | 2 × Pratt & Whitney F100-229 | Unknown, probably 2 × Pratt & Whitney F100-229
Destructive Capacity: Wall level with its autocannon, small building level with AtA Missiles, up to building level with ground attack missiles/bombs, multi city block to small city level with nuclear bombs
Durability: Street level+, wall level if you include the whole surface area
Material: Aluminium-alloy (amongst many things)
Performance: Supersonic (maximum speed of Mach 1.2-2.5, depending on whether it's at low or high altitude), but the pilot's reactions are only up to peak human level
Weaknesses: It has next to no armor, any considerable hit has a high chance to ignite ammunition/fuel or just critically expose the airframe, both leading to death. Vulnerable to jamming and other potent electronic countermeasures.
Terrain: Air
Needed Prerequisite for Use: Being a military pilot trained how to operate it
Operational Timeframe: Maximum combat radius is 1967 km (1480 kilometers for F-15E/SE). Has the maximum ferry range is up to 5500 kilometers (3900 km in case of F-15E/SE) when using 2 CFTs and 3 external fuel tanks, not counting aerial refueling.

  • M61 Vulcan (6-barreled gatling mechanism firing 20mm shells, 6000 RPM, 940 rounds total)
  • Under-fuselage Hardpoints x 2 (small space for missiles like the AIM-7, AIM-9 and AIM-120)
  • Centerline Pylon Station (the space below the plane's body, can carry missiles, bombs or an external fuel tank)
  • Under-Wing Hardpoints x 4
  • Fuselage Pylons (optional pylons found close to the fighter's body, can carry CFTS, missiles and/or bombs)
  • Internal Hardpoints x4 (alternative for external hardpoints to conserve stealth capabilities, developed for the Silent Eagle)

Optional Weapons:

  • AIM-7 Sparrow (medium range anti-air missile, warhead: 40kg, blast-fragmentation)
  • AIM-9 Sidewinder (short range anti-air missile, warhead: 9.4 kg, annular blast-fragmentation mechanism)
  • AIM-120 AMRAAM (medium range anti-air missile, warhead: 22.7 kg, blast-fragmentation)
  • AGM-65 Maverick (tactical anti-surface missile, warhead: 57 or 136 kg, shaped blast or penetrating blast-fragmentation type)
  • AGM-84 Harpoon (anti-ship missile, warhead: 221 kg)
  • AGM-84H/K SLAM-ER (long range land attack cruise missile, warhead: 221 kg)
  • AGM-130 (medium-range missile version of the GBU-15 bomb)
  • AGM-154A JSOW (medium range missile that releases countless BLU-97/B sub-munitions, warhead: 145 x 1.54 kg)
  • AGM-154B BROACH (missile with two parts: WDU-44 shaped charge and WDU-45 follow-through charge against fortified targets)
  • AGM-158 JASSM (long range semi-stealthy cruise missile, warhead: 450 kg, penetrating blast-fragmentation)
  • CBU-87 (cluster bomb that spreads 202 BLU-97/B sub-munitions from a 20x20m to 120x240m area)
  • CBU-97 (cluster bomb spreads BLU-108 sub-munitions that use infrared and other sensors to detect targets and shoot kinetic-explosive "Skeets" at them)
  • GATOR System (cluster bomb that spreads mines in the area)
  • GBU-10/12/24/27 Paveway II/III (family of laser-guided precision bombs, used for attacks from relatively long range)
  • JDAM (delivery system that turns unguided free-falling bombs into guided glide-bombs, LJDAM also adds laser-targeting)
  • B61 Nuclear Bomb (guided thermonuclear bomb with yields that can be set between 0.3 to 340 kilotons)
  • B83 Nuclear Bomb (another thermonuclear bomb with its maximum yield being 1.2 megatons)

Weapons Range: A few kilometers with its autocannon, up to dozens kilometers with bombs, dozens to hundreds of kilometers with missiles
Notable features: Flight, detailed avionics, central digital computer, laser-gyroscope, inertial guidance system, GPS, data-link with allied units and satellites, IFF system, radar, high-detail camera, infrared and electronic detectors, ECM, flares, pilot catapult

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

Other: The F-15 Eagle (and its variants) is only one of the countless jet planes in our world. Still, in OBD matches this can be used as a rough baseline for real life modern fighter jets. Not to be confused with the mecha of the same name from Muv-Luv which pays a homage to this plane.