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|Subcategory||:||1:72 Hobby Master|
|Scale||:||1 : 72|
This product was added to our database on Wednesday 12 June 2019.
Category Aircraft Models, Subcategory 1:72 Hobby Master, Scale 1 : 72, ISBN/Box HA4514, Publisher/Brand Hobbymaster
1/72 scale pre-finished.
Die-cast metal with a minimum of plastic.
All markings are pad applied for superb results.
Comes with display stand.
Landing gear can be displayed up or down.
Extremely sought after by collectors.
In 1967 the U.S. became aware of the Soviet MiG-25 Foxbat. This made it necessary to develop
a new aircraft to counter the MiG-25. The USAF rejected the USN F-14 Tomcat and issued its
own requirements. The solution came in the form of the McDonnell-Douglas (now Boeing) F-15
Eagle. The F-15A made its inaugural flight in July 1972 and in January 1976 the first Eagle
entered service. The "E" entered service in 1989. The F-15 was the first dedicated USAF air
superiority fighter since the F-86 Sabre.
McDonnell Douglas F-15DJ 82-8065 was one of the six aircraft sent to the Hiko Kyodotai, an
aggressor squadron based at Nyutabaru. The Mitsubishi T-2s had low power and
non-acceptable accident rate so it was decided to replace them with the F-15DJ. Aircraft from this
unit wore a cobra head painted on it. This F-15DJ eventually was reassigned to the 204
Hikotai/83 Kokotai that had been based at Hyakuri but in 2009 swapped bases with the 302
Hikotai. 204 Hikotai now operates out of Naha AB, Okinawa.
Specifications for the McDonnell Douglas (Boeing) F-15 Eagle
F-15J is basically a "C" variant except for some electronics changes
C Single-seat, all-weather, air-superiority fighter - 483 built
D Dual-seat variant of the C 92 built
E Dual-seat, all-weather, multi-role strike fighter - 237 built
Length - C/D/E 63 ft 9 in (19.43 m)
C/D 42 ft 10 in (13.06 m)
E 42 ft 9.75 in (13.05 m)
C/D 18 ft 8 in (5.69 m)
E 63 ft 9 in (5.63 m)
C/D - 28,600 lb (12793 kg)
E 31,700 lb (14,379 kg)
C/D 68,000 lb (30,844 kg)
E 81,000 lb (36,741 kg)
C/D 2 X P&W F100-PW turbofans with afterburners, each engine rated @ 25,000 thrust
E/F Prior to August 1991 - 2 X P&W F100-P-220 turbofans, each rated @ 14,670 ls st (65.26
kN) dry and 23,830 lb st (106.0 kN) with afterburners
After August 1991 2 X P&W F100-PW-229 turbofans, each rated @ 17,800 lb st (79.18 kN) dry
and 29,100 lb st (129.45 kN) with afterburners
Ferry - 3,450 miles (3,000 nm) with CFTs + 3 X external fuel tanks
Ferry 3,570 miles (3,100 nm) with CFTs + drop tanks
With Drop Tanks only 2,765 miles (2,400 nm)
Normal Combat Radius 790 miles (685 nm)
Maximum Combat Radius 1,150 miles (1,000 nm)
C/D 1,875 mph (Mach 2.5 +)
Maximum Level Flight Clean @ High Altitude 1,650 mph (2,655 km/h)
Cruise @ Optimum Altitude 570 mph (917 km/h)
C/D 65,000 ft (19,697 m)
E 60,000 ft (18,290 m)
1 X M-61A1 20mm multi-barrel internal gun, 940 rounds of ammunition
4 X AIM-9L/M Sidewinders
4 X AIM-7F/M Sparrow missiles
Missile Combination - AIM-9L/M, AIM-7-F/M and AIM-120
1 X M-61A1 20mm multi-barrel internal gun, 512 rounds of ammunition
4 X AIM-9L/M Sidewinder on the under-wing stations
4 X AIM-7F/M Sparrow missiles conformal fuel tank
Maximum 8 X AIM-120 AMRAAM missiles
12 X CBU-52 (6 with wing tanks)
12 X CBU-59 (6 with wing tanks)
12 X CBU-71 (6 with wing tanks)
12 X CBU-87 (6 with wing tanks)
12 X CBU-89 (6 with wing tanks)
20 X MK-20 (6 with wing tanks)
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