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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Sam 20 Déc 2008 - 13:44

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Sam 20 Déc 2008 - 15:51

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Sam 20 Déc 2008 - 22:28

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Sam 20 Déc 2008 - 23:18

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toi tu as mis le N°10 et moi le N°35 ont va s'arrêté là car ils en ont pas mal...... Laughing

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 21 Déc 2008 - 18:59

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Lun 22 Déc 2008 - 10:36

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Lun 22 Déc 2008 - 15:21

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Ven 2 Jan 2009 - 23:12

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Sam 3 Jan 2009 - 15:35

Les différentes versions du Eagle

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[edit] Basic models

F-15A
Single-seat all-weather air-superiority fighter version, 384 built 1972-79.
F-15B
Two-seat training version, formerly designated TF-15A, 61 built 1972-79.
F-15C
Improved single-seat all-weather air-superiority fighter version, 483 built 1979-85.
F-15D
Two-seat training version, 92 built 1979-85.
F-15J
Single-seat all-weather air-superiority fighter version for the Japan Air Self-Defense Force 139 built under license in Japan by Mitsubishi 1981-97, 2 built in St. Louis.
F-15DJ
Two-seat training version for the Japan Air Self-Defence Force. 25 Built under license in Japan by Mitsubishi 1981-97, 12 built in St. Louis.
F-15N Sea Eagle
The F-15N was a carrier-capable variant proposed in the early 1970s to the U.S. Navy as an alternative to the heavier and, at the time, considered as "riskier" technology program: F-14 Tomcat. The F-15N-PHX was another proposed naval version capable of carrying the AIM-54 Phoenix missile. These featured folding wingtips, reinforced landing gear and a stronger tail hook for shipboard operation.

F-15E and related

F-15E Strike Eagle
Two-seat all-weather long-range strike and ground-attack aircraft for the U.S. Air Force, 237 built 1985-2001.
F-15F Strike Eagle
Proposed single seat model of the F-15E.
F-15H Strike Eagle
Export model of the F-15E Strike Eagle for Hellenic Air Force (canceled)
F-15I Ra'am (Thunder)
Advanced version of the F-15E Strike Eagle for the Israeli Air Force, 25 built 1996-98.
F-15K Slam Eagle
Advanced version of the F-15E Strike Eagle for the Republic of Korea Air Force, 40 built 2005-08.
F-15S Strike Eagle
Export version of the F-15E Strike Eagle for the Royal Saudi Air Force, 72 built 1996-98.
F-15SG Strike Eagle
Advanced version of the F-15E Strike Eagle for the Republic of Singapore Air Force. This variant was formerly designated F-15T and is based on the South Korean F-15K; it is equipped with Raytheon AESA radar.

Research and test
F-15 Streak Eagle (72-0119)
One stripped and unpainted F-15A, demonstrated the fighter's acceleration – broke eight time-to-climb world records between January 16 and February 1, 1975. It was delivered to the National Museum of the United States Air Force in December 1980.[1]
F-15 S/MTD (71-0290)
The first F-15B was converted into a short takeoff and landing, maneuver technology demonstrator aircraft.[47]
F-15 ACTIVE (71-0290)
The F-15 S/MTD was later converted into an advanced flight control technology research aircraft with thrust vectoring nozzles.[47]
F-15 IFCS (71-0290)
The F-15 ACTIVE was then converted into an intelligent flight control systems research aircraft.
F-15 MANX
Concept name for a tailless variant of the F-15 ACTIVE, but the NASA ACTIVE experimental aircraft was never modified to be tailless.
F-15 Flight Research Facility (71-0281 and 71-0287)
Two F-15A aircraft were acquired in 1976 for use by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center for numerous experiments such as: Highly Integrated Digital Electronic Control (HiDEC), Adaptive Engine Control System (ADECS), Self-Repairing and Self-Diagnostic Flight Control System (SRFCS) and Propulsion Controlled Aircraft System (PCA).[48] 71-0281 was returned to the Air Force and became a static display at Langley AFB in 1983.
F-15B Research Testbed (74-0141)

Current operators of the F-15 in light blue, F-15E in red, both in dark blueAcquired in 1993, it is a highly modified F-15B used by NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center.

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Les differentes versions du Strike Eagle

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[edit] F-15I

The F-15I is deployed by the Israeli Air Force where it is known as the Ra'am (רעם - "Thunder"). It is a dual-seat ground attack aircraft powered by two Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-229 engines, and is based on the F-15E.

After the Gulf War, in which Israeli towns were attacked by SCUD missiles based in Iraq, the Israeli government decided that it needed a long range strike aircraft. In 1993, Israel issued a Request for Information (RFI) asking any aircraft companies interested in producing the new Israeli fighter for their proposals.

In response, Lockheed Martin offered a version of the F-16 Fighting Falcon and McDonnell Douglas offered both the F/A-18 Hornet and the F-15E. On 27 January 1994, the Israeli government announced that they intended to purchase 21 F-15Es. The F-15E design was modified to Israeli requirements, including the DASH Helmet Mounted Sight and was renamed F-15I. On 12 May 1994, the US Government authorized the purchase of up to 25 F-15Is by Israel. In November 1995, Israel purchased 4 more F-15Is, bringing them to the US imposed limit.


Changes for F-15I
The F-15I Ra'am (Hebrew: Thunder) is very similar to the F-15E but the F-15I has some avionics systems specifically adapted to meet Israeli requirements. To facilitate night-time strikes, the F-15Is were initially fitted with the Sharpshooter targeting pods which were designed for Israeli F-16s. The Sharpshooter pod is less capable than the LANTIRN pods used on the F-15E, so when the United States allowed Israel to buy LANTIRNs they took the offer. This purchase completed the F-15I's night vision suite, with 30 LANTIRNs eventually delivered. After these modifications the F-15I was almost identical to the F-15E. The only significant difference remaining between the F-15I and the F-15E is that the F-15Is were delivered without Radar Warning Receivers. Israel installed its own electronic warfare equipment in its F-15s. The F-15Is' missing electronics have been replaced by the Israeli Elisra SPS-2110 Integrated Electronic Warfare System. A central computer and embedded GPS/INS system have also been fitted. All of the aircraft's sensors can be slaved to the Display And Sight Helmet (DASH) helmet-mounted sight, giving both crew members an efficient targeting mechanism that the F-15E does not possess. The Ra'am's advanced systems include an APG-70 radar with terrain mapping capability. The sharp picture that the APG-70 provides, regardless of weather conditions and light, makes it possible to locate targets that are otherwise very hard to find — e.g., missile batteries, tanks and structures — even under such adverse conditions as complete fog cover, heavy rain or moonless nights.


F-15K

The F-15K Slam Eagle (Korean: F-15K 슬램이글) is an advanced derivative of the F-15E, ordered and being delivered to Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF).

In 2002, ROKAF selected the F-15K for its F-X fighter program after the fierce competition of four fighters: the F-15K from Boeing, the Rafale from Dassault-Breguet, the Eurofighter Typhoon, and Su-35 from Sukhoi. A total 40 aircraft were ordered with deliveries beginning in 2005.

The F-15K variant has many advanced features not found on F-15E, such as an AAS-42 IRST (Infrared Search and Track), JHMCS (Joint Helmet-Mounted Cueing System), and advanced AN/APG-63(V)1 MSA radar. AESA Radar (Active Electronically Scanned Array) is also available as an option. In addition, the F-15K can launch many advanced weapons such as AGM-84K SLAM-ER ATA and AGM-84H Harpoon. Two General Electric F110-GE-129 29,400 lbf (131 kN) thrust engines power the F-15K, representing an increase from that of the baseline F-15E.

On 25 April 2008, the Korean government announced that a second batch of 21 F-15Ks, worth 2.3 trillion Korean won (US$ 2.3 billion), was ordered. The delivery is scheduled between 2010 and 2012. Unlike the first batch of F-15Ks, this second batch will be powered by Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-229 (EEP) engines. Forty-six engines (worth 220 billion won) will be built by Samsung Techwin under license. Korea added that P&W engines have commonality with its KF-16s.


F-15S

The F-15S is a variant of the F-15E supplied to the Royal Saudi Air Force. It is almost identical to the USAF F-15E and the only major difference in the AN/APG-70 radar performance in the synthetic aperture mode.

In October 2007, GE announced a contract with Saudi Arabia for 65 GE F110-GE-129C engines for the F-15S in a contract worth over $300 million.


F-15SG
The F-15SG (formerly the F-15T) is a variant of the F-15E, currently ordered by the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) after a seven-year evaluation period involving five other fighter aircraft under consideration. The F-15SG was chosen on 6 September 2005 over the Dassault Rafale, the only remaining aircraft still in contention.

The F-15SG is similar in configuration to the F-15K sold to South Korea, but differs in the addition of the APG-63(V)3 active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar developed by Raytheon. The F-15SG will be powered by two General Electric F110-GE-129 29,400 lbf (131 kN) thrust engines.

Pending news on Lockheed Martin's F-35's progress, the RSAF has placed an order of 12 aircraft with an option for 8 more to replace its A-4SUs. The purchase is part of the New Fighter Replacement Program, worth about US$1 billion and which will be the most expensive single fighter aircraft purchase by the RSAF.

On 22 August 2005, the US Defense Security Cooperation Agency (DSCA) notified US Congress about a potential Foreign military sales (FMS) of weapons, logistics and training in the event that the Boeing F-15 was selected by Singapore. Since the F-15 purchase has now been confirmed, it can be assumed that Singapore will follow up on this proposed weapons and logistics package, worth a further US$741 million if all options are exercised.

Weapons in this package include:

200 AIM-120C Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missiles (AMRAAM)
6 AMRAAM Captive Air Training (CAT) Missiles
50 MK-82 GBU-38 Joint Direct Attack Munitions (JDAM)
44 AN/AVS-9(V) Night Vision Goggles
24 Link 16 Multifunctional Information Distribution System/Low Volume Terminals (Fighter Data Link Terminals)
30 AGM-154A (JSOW) Joint Standoff Weapons with BLU-111 warheads
30 AGM-154C (JSOW) Joint Standoff Weapons
200 AIM-9X SIDEWINDER Missiles
24 AIM-9X SIDEWINDER CAT and Dummy Missiles
The Singapore Ministry of Defence (MINDEF) on 22 October 2007, exercised the option to purchase eight more F-15SG fighters which was part of the original contract signed in 2005. Along with this buy, an additional order of four F-15SGs increases total to 24 fighters on order. The first F-15SG was rolled out on 3 November 2008. Deliveries of F-15SGs are to begin in second quarter 2009 and continue to 2012.


Proposed variants
F-15H Strike Eagle (H for Hellas) was a 1990s proposed export version of F-15E for Greece, which was selected by the Greek Ministry of Defence and the Greek Air Force, but the government chose new F-16s and Mirage 2000-5s instead.

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Sam 10 Jan 2009 - 21:44

Fiche technique du F-15K
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Type
Multi-role fighter optimised for attack missions but retaining excellent air superiority capabilities (Mehrzweckkampflugzeug)

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General (Allgemeine Angaben)
Crew (Besatzung): 2, on Goodrich (UPCO) ACES II ejection seats

Weapons (Bewaffnung): The F-15K carries an internal M61A1 six-barrel cannon with 512 rounds in the starboard wing root. On two wing stations, a central pylon under the fuselage and up to twelve tangential carriage points on its conformal fuel tanks (besides the intakes), it can carry over 10430 kg (23000 lbs) of air-to air and air-to ground weapons. Included are (theoretical maximum each):
4 x AIM-9X Sidewinder
4 - 8 x AIM-120 AMRAAM
AGM-130
AGM-84E SLAM-ER (Standoff Land Attack Missile - Expanded Response)
AGM-84D Harpoon Block II
JDAM (500 lbs). Up to 12 can be carried on the conformal fuel tank stations
AGM-158. South Korea seeks to procure this stanoff weapon from 2010.
Power plant (Antrieb): 2 x General Electric F110-GE-129A turbofans, a first for production F-15s. Assembly of most of the engines is done at Changwon by Samsung Techwin Co. The second batch of 20 aircraft reverted to the Pratt & Whitney F100-PW-129 EEP engine, with kits provided to Samsung Techwin for local assembly.
Thrust (Schub): 2 x 128,8 kN (29000 lbs) maximum with reheat (mit Nachbrenner)

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Dimensions (Abmessungen)
Length (Länge): 19,43 m
Heigth (Höhe): 5,63 m
Span (Spannweite): 13,05 m
Wing area (Flügelfläche): 56,5 sq m

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Weights (Massen)
Empty weight (Leermasse): about 14515 kg
Fuel (Kraftstoff)
- internal: 7640 litres
- CFTs (Conformal fuel tanks): 5475 litres
- external tanks (three): 6927 litres
Max. weapons load (Waffenzuladung): over 10430 kg
Max. take-off weight (max. Startmasse): 36740 kg

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Performance (Flugleistungen)
Max. speed (max. Fluggeschwindigkeit): Mach 2.5
Service ceiling: 50,000 feet (15,000 meters)
Combat ceiling: 35,000 feet (10,500 meters)
Max. combat radius (max. Einsatzradius): over 1800 km unrefuelled
Max. Range (Reichweite): 4445 km
Patrol time (Patrouillenzeit): 3 h, 650 km off base
Structural life (Lebensdauer der Zelle): 8000 h

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Costs (Kosten)
The second batch of 21 F-15Ks was approved in April 2008 at a budget of 2,3 trillion won (2,3 billion US-Dollars).
The South Korean fighter programme for 40 F-15Ks was valued at a total of around 4,25 billion US Dollars as of 2005. The Boeing part of the deal is around 3,6 billion Dollars while General Electric has said its 88 engines cost 340 million Dollars. Also, training and weapons are contracted through FMS for 300 million Dollars.
After the F-15K was selected, the South Korean defence ministry achieved a price cut from 4,467 billion Dollars to 4,228 billion Dollars (- 239 million, including 36 million in contract adjustments)

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Customers (Kunden)
Republic of Korea Air Force: 40, to be delivered between October 2005 and August 2008. Another 20 will probably be ordered in 2008 for deliveries starting in 2010.

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Competitors (Konkurrenz)
In South Korea, the F-15K competed with:
Dassault Rafale
Eurofighter Typhoon
Sukhoi Su-35

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Remarks (Bemerkungen)
The F-15K is an F-15E with specific equipment improvements for the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF). Systems fit of the most modern Eagle variant includes:
Raytheon AN/APG-63(V)1 radar with added capabilities for ground-moving target track, sea surface search/track and enhanced high-resolution ground mapping. Also, a ten-fold improvement in reliability is claimed over the APG-70 in the F-15E
Third-generation targeting and navigation FLIR (Tiger Eyes from Lockheed Martin), with IRST in the pylon
Enhanced tactical electronic warfare suite including BAE Systems ALR-56C(V)1 warning receiver and Northrop Grumman ALQ-135M jammer (contract worth 160 million Dollars) as well as BAE Systems AN/ALE-47 countermeasures dispenser
new cockpit displays from Kaiser (seven AMLCDs, three are 12,8 x 12,8 cm, four are 15,2 x 15,2 cm) plus 10,2 x 10,2 cm active matrix flat-panel up-front control panel from L-3 Communications as well as Joint Helmet Mounted Cueing System
Honeywell Advanced Core Processor, ten times better than older F-15 central computer
IFF system (AN/APX-113 Combined Interrogator Transponder) from BAE Systems

The deal with South Korea also includes a F-15K Weapon System Trainer and a Cockpit Procedure Trainer, also supplied by Boeing.
Offset agreements were in the contract, and Boeing stated that it was committed to helping address Korea´s industrial and technology development priorities, including the stated desire to produce an own fighter by 2015.
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 0:14

pourquoi le maroc n avait pas l inttention d en acheter 6 appareils pour notre defence?
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 0:22

la réponse est simple: 6 c'est très peu, 24 c'est trop cher.
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 0:30

6 pour un debut mais pas un objectif
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 0:36

lida a écrit:
6 pour un debut mais pas un objectif
c'est très peu même pour un début.
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 0:45

AU MOINS POUR FORMER UNE ESCADRE.
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 0:48

ça n'a pas de sens
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 1:14

Pensez vous qu'un jour ont le verra sous notre cocarde?

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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 1:21

une escadre pour la superiorite aerien n as pas de sens,dis mois comment contrer les f-18 et les eurofihter + mig29 et su30 avec des f1 et f5 et des alphajet et plutot avec des f16, il faut des appareils puissant et plus lourde meme a faible quantite pour notre defence.
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 1:30

des f-15 pour la dissuassion strategique
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 14:03

lida a écrit:
une escadre pour la superiorite aerien n as pas de sens,dis mois comment contrer les f-18 et les eurofihter + mig29 et su30 avec des f1 et f5 et des alphajet et plutot avec des f16, il faut des appareils puissant et plus lourde meme a faible quantite pour notre defence.
je parlais du nombre ''6'' que tu nous propose et non pas de l'utilité d'un chasseur lourd de supériorité aérienne, tout le monde sait que je suis un grand admirateur des chasseurs lourds de suériorité aérienne, mais quand tu me dis qu'il faut commencer par 6 F-15, je te réponds que ça n'a pas de sens car 6 chasseurs ne dissuaderont personne.
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MessageSujet: Re: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 15:31

primo avec 6 tu aura 3 max 4 en vol.
secundo:le lourd n´est pas pour le maroc,malgrés qu´on le veuille ou pas.

la mentalité des FAR est simple:avoir un asset a tout faire!
regardez seulement les C-130/AB-205 par exemple,ils les utilisent a 100% pour tous les tasks:Tpt/Maffs/Slar/Sigint/anti-acrid...ils leur sortent tout ce qu´ils ont dans les tripes!

le maroc est comme un homme simple,logique dans sa tete,avec pieds sur terre,qui epouse une femme a tout faire:travailler,cuisiner,faire l´amour,faire le menage,l´accompagner dans la disco etc....la ou d´autres preferent avoire une femme pour chaque task,ce qui implique la ruine financiere.

c´est dans ce shema que vient l´achat du Falcon,un vrai "workhorse" comme le nomme les yankees,a tout faire.et tout achat est avant tout etudié sous cette perspective de multitasking..
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MessageSujet: F15 around the world   Dim 11 Jan 2009 - 18:16

elle est bonne cette femme a tous faire Very Happy ,t' as raison mais je crois qu'il ya aussi une autre petite raison, c'est le conflit au sud, certains esperent que nous nous gettions dans une course all'armement typique de la mentalite arabe au profit des industries d'armement , plus nous les ferons gagner du fric plus le conflit durera.

un escadron ou 2 ca boufe enormement d'argent.

et puis il y a le cote ecomomique pour le moment on pense a construire le pays.
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