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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Mer 17 Juin 2009 - 19:43

nouveau radar AESA pour l´aigle discret

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DATE:17/06/09
SOURCE:Flight Daily News
PARIS AIR SHOW: Raytheon trumps Northrop with new AESA designation
By Stephen Trimble


Boeing confirms that Raytheon has proposed an active electronically scanned array (AESA) for the F-15 Silent Eagle called the APG-82.

The APG-82 matches the front-end antenna from the F/A-18E/F Super Hornet's APG-79 antenna with an all-new back-end processor derived from the APG-63(V)3 radar.

The US Air Force designation of the APG-82 stems from its selection for the F-15E Strike Eagle's radar modernisation programme.

For marketing purposes, the new designation could become a coup for Raytheon. As it tops the Northrop Grumman APG-81 in development for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, Raytheon can claim possession of the latest-generation radar system in the US inventory.

Although the APG-82 will be integrated for the F-15E RMP, Boeing has not yet decided whether to use it for the export-focused F-15SE.

"That's a subject of discussion between Raytheon and our company," says Tom Bell, the Boeing military aircraft division's director of business development.

Asked what factors are involved in those discussions, Bell replied simply: "Two words: customer requirements."
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Mer 17 Juin 2009 - 22:13

sincérement je pense que c'est juste une manoeuvre marketing, appeler le radar du SE apg82, alors que celui du JSF s'appelle apg81 laisse penser que l'on a développé un nouveau radar pour le SE qui surclasse ou au moins aussi efficace que le apg81 du JSF, alors qu'on réalité le apg63v3 est déjà très performant et n'a rien a envier au apg81.
je doute fort que le apg82 soit différent du apg63v3, malgré cette histoire d'antenne empreinté au apg79, car en réalité ils étaient tous les deux très similaire.
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Ven 7 Aoû 2009 - 11:39

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Ven 7 Aoû 2009 - 12:48

Yak en arrive pas a voire la video tu peux posté uniquement le lien ??
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Ven 7 Aoû 2009 - 13:17

va sur ton Profil-->preferences--->tjs afficher HTML Like a Star @ heaven
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Ven 7 Aoû 2009 - 13:24

merci yak ça marche maintenant !!! Surprised
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Lun 17 Aoû 2009 - 17:02

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Lun 17 Aoû 2009 - 17:38

i m crazy about this aircraft

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Lun 17 Aoû 2009 - 17:41

qui ne l´est pas drunken
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Lun 17 Aoû 2009 - 17:49

chouf, inchallah, quand la question du sahara marocain sera resolu, et quand par pur hasard ont trouveras du petrole et du gaz naturel dedans et quand on deviendras les nouveau saouds de l'afrique du nord, a ce moment ara bara3. makayn her les F-15SE, F-18, rafale, s-400. tous ce que un militaire peux en rever
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Lun 17 Aoû 2009 - 17:57

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chouf, inchallah, quand la question du sahara marocain sera resolu, et quand par pur hasard ont trouveras du petrole et du gaz naturel dedans et quand on deviendras les nouveau saouds de l'afrique du nord, a ce moment ara bara3. makayn her les F-15SE, F-18, rafale, s-400. tous ce que un militaire peux en rever

lol! c joli d'étre optimiste mais pas trop mon ami

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Mar 18 Aoû 2009 - 23:31

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chouf, inchallah, quand la question du sahara marocain sera resolu, et quand par pur hasard ont trouveras du petrole et du gaz naturel dedans et quand on deviendras les nouveau saouds de l'afrique du nord, a ce moment ara bara3. makayn her les F-15SE, F-18, rafale, s-400. tous ce que un militaire peux en rever

oui, et quand par hazard on aura trouver la caverne d'ali baba et lamp d'aladin on achetera des des groupes aéronavals aussi...

tu sais? je ne suis pas optimiste, et je pense que le maroc et sur la bonne voie pour devenir une force régionale ans 20 ans, mais il ne faut pas voir les choses d'une manière très simpliste...
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Mer 20 Jan 2010 - 0:57

son vol de test pour juillet

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Boeing Looks To First Silent Eagle Flight

Jan 19, 2010




By Amy Butler
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With radar-cross-section (RCS) trials for Boeing’s Silent Eagle semi-stealthy F-15 prototype complete, company officials are now focusing on South Korea as a possible first customer.

The RCS testing took place during a two-week period last August and September, although Boeing has only just acknowledged it because of proprietary issues, says Mark Bass, vice president of F-15 programs.

The company is eyeing South Korea’s forthcoming F-X3 competition for 60 fighters as the first sales opportunity for the Silent Eagle. The South Korean parliament’s recent hesitancy about investing in all-stealth aircraft “validates our approach” with the aircraft, says Bass. The company is considering potential international co-development partners for a Silent Eagle conformal fuel tank, although no announcements have been made.

Boeing is developing the variant for international customers that already operate F-15s and are seeking additional aircraft. The system is a possible alternative for nations interested in the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter. The Silent Eagle is not as stealthy as the JSF, but it could provide flexibility for countries trying to stretch their defense dollars.

In the early days of an air campaign, the Silent Eagle can be outfitted with weapon bays suitable for carrying air-to-air and air-to-ground weapons that would be tucked inside conformal fuel tanks, thus reducing the aircraft’s front-quadrant RCS. The aircraft could then be reconfigured in hours to handle the F-15’s characteristic heavy load of weapons once early threats are removed and sustainment operations begin.

The RCS tests on F-15E1, an Air Force test asset leased to Boeing, took place at the company’s anechoic chamber in St. Louis. Various coatings were evaluated and a final candidate has been selected and applied to the appropriate portions of the airframe. Testing produced the desired results, he said. Bass declined to provide details on the coating or the precise RCS numbers.

The RCS testing took place with the standard vertical fins on the F-15, not the 15-deg. canted structures unveiled last year by Boeing (AW&ST Mar. 23, 2009, p. 29). Data needed about an optional canted tail can be gathered mathematically, Bass says.

The RCS testing is a step leading toward first flight, which is slated for late July. Boeing had planned first flight for the first quarter of 2010, but slipped the milestone to allow for the inclusion of suggestions from prospective customers regarding upfront design work.

Following first flight, the focus will shift to demonstrating the ability of the conformal tank to safely deploy an Advanced Medium-Range Air-to-Air Missile. The test is slated to be conducted at roughly 20,000 ft. at Mach 0.6, a benign scenario for the first shot. This demonstration will likely occur in July or early August, says Bass.

In the meantime, Boeing has applied for an export license and expects a ruling this spring.

Following the weapons demo, the team will turn its attention toward marketing and sales. Bass says the company has not tempered its hope of selling 190 Silent Eagles despite lackluster support from Israel, which is aggressively pursuing the F-35.

South Korea is expected to issue a request for proposals by early 2011 for new fighters. At a later date, Saudi Arabia may accept solicitations to replace up to 80 early model F-15s, says Bass. Singapore is also a possible customer.

Boeing has cited a rough cost for Silent Eagle of $100 million per aircraft, although that would depend on factors such as co-development plans that have not yet been established.

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Ven 25 Juin 2010 - 18:05

South-Korea serait le premier client,si tout va bien..

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DATE:25/06/10
SOURCE:Flight International
Boeing applies to export F-15SE to South Korea
By Stephen Trimble

Boeing has applied for an export licence to brief South Korea on sensitive details of a stealthier version of the F-15E that is within a few months of its first flight.

The US government approved an export policy in the second quarter for the F-15SE Silent Eagle after Boeing submitted details of its radar cross-section about six months earlier, says Brad Jones, Boeing programme director for F-15 development programmes.

The export policy allows Boeing to request an export licence for specific customers, with South Korea as the first in queue, Jones says. The F-15SE is competing against the Lockheed Martin F-35 Joint Strike Fighter for a contract in South Korea.

Boeing has backed down from previous statements comparing the frontal-aspect radar cross-section of the F-15SE to an international release standard for the F-35.

However, Jones confirms that Boeing's original briefing chart - claiming the F-15SE provides frontal-aspect stealth offered by fifth-generation fighters - remains accurate.

Boeing unveiled the F-15SE in March 2009. The redesign adds conformal weapons bays, stealth techniques, fly-by-wire and canted tails to the F-15E configuration, providing a "first-day-of-war" stealth capability.

Lockheed and F-35 programme officials, however, have criticised Boeing's assertions that the F-15SE offers equivalent front-aspect stealth as the JSF, and denied that an international release standard exists for F-35 stealth characteristics.

Boeing plans to conduct three flights of the F-15SE in the third quarter, including one missile shot from the newly added conformal weapons bay.

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Sam 10 Juil 2010 - 13:37

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DATE:09/07/10
SOURCE:Flight International
F-15 Silent Eagle scores two firsts with export license, flight test
By Stephen Trimble

Boeing on 8 July received a license to export the F-15 Silent Eagle to South Korea and tested in flight one of the key upgrades for the stealthy new design.

"It was a big week for the F-15," says Brad Jones, Boeing director for F-15 development programmes.

The US Department of State awarded the license after a two-month review based on an undisclosed export policy established in May, Jones says.

South Korea is expected to issue a request for proposals for the F-X3 contract in the first quarter of 2011, Jones says.

The F-15SE will compete with the Lockheed Martin F-35 and Eurofighter Typhoon for the contract.



Boeing is offering a range of upgrades to make the F-15 more survivable in aerial combat. The package includes techniques and treatments to reduce the frontal aspect radar cross section (RCS) in X-band.

Boeing's goal at programme launch in March 2009 was to reduce the RCS signature to a level equivalent with the frontal-aspect stealth of the "international release version" of the F-35.

However, Boeing was unable to confirm last month whether the export policy approved two months ago allows the F-15SE to achieve that standard.

Depending on the customer's desires, the F-15SE also may include other upgrades, including a panorama cockpit display, a BAE Systems digital electronic warfare system (DEWS) and tail fins canted outward by 15º.

Another key feature for reducing the F-15 RCS signature is the addition of a conformal weapons bay (CWB).



F-15E1, Boeing's demonstration aircraft, on 8 July flew the first of three flights to demonstrate the CWB, a conformal fuel tank modified to launch a missile or drop a munition

The initial flight gathered data needed to launch a missile for the first time next week at the Point Mugu test range in California, Jones says.

Boeing has scheduled two windows for the missile launch test on 14 July and 15 July, Jones says. The F-15E1 is intended to launch the missile at 15,000ft and 250kts.

For the purposes of the test, a special control panel is installed in the cockpit to allow the pilot to open the CWB doors, launch the missile and close the doors again.

Boeing has previously dropped weapons from inside internal weapons bays, but only on demonstration programmes, Jones says. If the next flight test proves the F-15 CWB concept can successfully launch a missile, the company's next challenge will be to learn how to "productionise" the system.

An unidentified foreign supplier has already been selected to produce the CWBs for the F-15SE.


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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Lun 12 Juil 2010 - 12:22

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Boeing F-15 Silent Eagle Demonstrator Makes 1st Flight
ST. LOUIS, July 9, 2010 — The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] Silent Eagle flight demonstrator aircraft F-15E1 completed a successful first flight on July 8 from Lambert St. Louis International Airport. During the 80-minute flight, F-15E1 opened and closed its left-side Conformal Weapons Bay, which contained an AIM-120 Instrumented Test Vehicle (ITV) missile. The ITV was not launched.
“The Silent Eagle demonstration flight validated our initial engineering design approach,” said Boeing F-15 Development Programs Director Brad Jones. “Our intent was to verify all systems are operational in a flight environment. This flawless flight allows us to move into the next phase. In the next couple of weeks, we will ferry F-15E1 to the test range and launch an AIM-120.”
“Everything about the flight went according to plan,” said Boeing F-15 Chief Test Pilot Dan Draeger. “We saw nothing unusual during the flight, and we cleared the desired flight envelope needed to fire the missile at the test range; that is pretty much unheard of on a first flight.”
The Silent Eagle is an innovative design solution developed in response to international customer requirements for a cost-effective, high-performance fighter aircraft to defend against future threats. The F-15SE offers unique aerodynamic, avionic and Radar Cross Section reduction features that provide the user with maximum flexibility to dominate the ever-changing advanced threat environment. The aircraft’s Conformal Weapons Bays can carry a variety of air-to-air missiles and air-to-ground weapons.
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Lun 12 Juil 2010 - 20:36

on dirait qu'il y a plus d'espoir de voir des JSF avec la cocarde bleu !!
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Israel debates F-15 Silent Eagle purchase

The Israel Air Force closely followed the maiden flight of the F-15 Silent Eagle, which took to the skies over the weekend in the US. Debate continued within the Defense Ministry over whether it should buy the aircraft in the face of expected additional delays in the development of the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

The flight took place over St. Louis, headquarters of the plane’s developer, Boeing Co.

During the 80-minute flight, the plane, called the F-15E1, opened and closed its left-side conformal weapons bay, which contained an AIM-120 Instrumented Test Vehicle (ITV) missile that was not launched.

“The Silent Eagle demonstration flight validated our initial engineering design approach,” said Boeing F-15 Development Programs Director Brad Jones. “Our intent was to verify all systems are operational in a flight environment. This flawless flight allows us to move into the next phase. In the next couple of weeks, we will ferry F-15E1 to the test range and launch an AIM- 120.”

Boeing unveiled the F-15 Silent Eagle (F-15SE) last March as a new configuration of the F-15 that had undergone improvements and modifications, reportedly providing the plane with a stealth capability that is effective in evading radars on enemy aircraft but not against ground-based radar systems.


Improvements in stealth include coatings and treatments to the aircraft, as well as a new design for the conformal fuel tanks that includes the possibility of carrying weapons inside them instead of fuel. Israel operates several squadrons of F-15s, including one of 25 F-15Is, the aircraft with the longest range in the IAF.

While Boeing is still reportedly awaiting Pentagon approval to export the plane, Israel has already held a number of initial discussions regarding the plane and its capabilities.

The maiden flight comes as the Defense Ministry is holding a series of consultations aimed at reaching a decision on which aircraft to buy and how many by the end of the summer.

Israel would like to buy the JSF fifthgeneration fighter jet manufactured by Lockheed Martin, but is concerned with expected delays and the soaring price of the plane, now estimated at close to $150 million. In comparison, the F-15SE will reportedly cost around $100m.

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Mar 3 Aoû 2010 - 14:55

Bonjour, j'ai lu quelque part ( je ne sais plus ou) que la signature Radar du silent eagle était inférieur a celle d'un Rafale et pratiquement aussi faible que cellle d'un F- 35. Quelle est selon vous la pertinence des ces propos ?
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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Mar 3 Aoû 2010 - 15:09

et bien,apres des questions destinés a Boeing recement pour confirmation de "la SER du F-15SE equivalente au F-35 INTERNATIONAL",Boeing cherche depuis a minimiser la valeur de cette affirmation,puisque bcp d´analystes doutent que ce soit vrai,et qu´une telle RCS soit exportable a n´importe qui

mais comparé au Rafale,on sait jamais..faut dabord connaitre celle ci.

une chose est sure,chaque client aura un degré X de discretion qu´il va devoir demander au pentagone et attendre l´OK.

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Mar 9 Nov 2010 - 15:09

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Boeing and KAI Sign F-15 Silent Eagle CWB Production Agreement


Boeing has contracted Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) to design, develop and manufacture the conformal weapons Bay (CWB) for the F-15 Silent Eagle.
The CWB is an internal carriage to minimise the F-15SE's radar signature and increase its tactical options.
The F-15SE is equipped with two internal bays, one on each side, and is designed for multiple carriage configurations, including advanced air-to-air and air-to-surface munitions.
The modular CWB can be removed from the F-15 when it is not required that will enable the aircraft to transform to an external configuration within a matter of hours.
KAI builds the wings and forward fuselage for the F-15K programme.

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Dim 2 Jan 2011 - 22:41

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et bien les usa en plus de faire un avion de combat de rêve savent faire maintenant du rapport qualité/prix.

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MessageSujet: abbatu   Jeu 24 Mar 2011 - 16:07


ce ne serai pas par hasard cette version qui vient de s'écraser aux environs de BENGHAZI dernièrement , ou s'agit il du

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MessageSujet: Re: F-15SE Silent Eagle   Jeu 24 Mar 2011 - 17:06

il s´agit du E,Eagle

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