America Tests Super Weapons on F 15EX Eagle II After Upgrade

With better electronics and weapons, as well as an improved engine, the new fighter/attack plane could help the Air Force manage its budget and its defense capabilities.

It will replace aging F-15 Cs and Ds and add to the Air4 Core’s fleet of tactical supersonic jets. The jet, with an estimated cost of around $80 million, will have more computing power, greater maneuverability, more accurate sensors, and carry more weapons than the F-15.

Source: Tech

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