In 2009 the Australian government placed an new order for an F-15 Variant that was able to perform every task from CAP to CAS the new aircraft was called the F-15 Australian Eagle or F-15 AUSEagle


Development was simple take a F-15C Upgrade it with Bomb and Attack avionics and the AUSEagle was born it was basically a single seat F-15E.

Orders placed

The Australian government Placed an order for 38 F-15 AUS Eagles and six F-15-H-AUS Eagle Trainers. The RNZAF also placed an order for 12 aircraft including two trainers

Operational History

The AUSEagle has only seen service in the bombing of Indonesia after Indonesian troops launched several attacks on Australian Troops in East Timor were one F-15 AUSEagle was was shot down by a SU-30 and one was damaged by a SAM and AUSEagles shot down one SU-30, two A-4 Skyhawks, five F-5 Tigers and one F-16 while completely destroying the Hasanuddin air base and damaging the Abdulrachman Saleh Airfield and they also destroyed several Army barracks and military buildings in Jakarta.

General characteristics

    • Dry thrust: 17,450 lbf (77.62 kN) each
    • Thrust with afterburner: 25,000 lbf for -220 (111.2 kN for -220) each
  • Fuel capacity: 13,455 lb (6,100 kg) internal[96]


    • High altitude: Mach 2.5+ (1,650+ mph, 2,660+ km/h)
    • Low altitude: Mach 1.2 (900 mph, 1,450 km/h)
  • Combat radius: 1,061 nmi (1,222 mi, 1,967 km) for interdiction mission
  • Ferry range: 3,450 mi (3,000 nmi, 5,550 km) with conformal fuel tanks and three external fuel tanks
  • Service ceiling: 65,000 ft (20,000 m)
  • Rate of climb: >50,000 ft/min (254 m/s)
  • Wing loading: 73.1 lb/ft² (358 kg/m²)
  • Thrust/weight: 1.12 (-220)


    • Missiles:
      • up to 3× 600 US gallons (2,300 L) external drop tanks for ferry flight or extended range/loitering time.
      • MXU-648 Cargo/Travel Pod - to carry personal belongings, and small pieces of maintenance equipment.[67]

Air-to-surface missiles:

    • up to 3× 600 US gallons (2,300 L) external drop tanks for ferry flight or extended range/loitering time.


  • Radar:
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