Aircraft "stuff


Single-seat close air support, ground-attack production version. Armed with the GAU-8A (30mm). It also fires large depleted uranium armor-piercing shells.

What missile is commonly used for the A-10?

AGM-65 maverick


A-10A used for airborne Foward Air Control (TACP, JTAC)


Two-seat experimental prototype, for work at night and in bad weather.


A-10As updated under the incremental Precision Engagement (PE) program.


Proposed unmanned version developed by Raytheon and Aurora Flight Sciences as part of DARPA's Persistent Close Air Support program.[153] The PCAS program eventually dropped the idea of using an optionally manned A-10


Single-seat all-weather air-superiority fighter version, 384 built in 1972-1979. Armed with the GAU7(25mm)

What missiles can the F-15 use?

AIM-7 sparrow, AIM-120 AMRAAM and the AIM-9 sidewinder.


Two-seat training version


Improved single-seat all-weather air-superiority fighter version, 483 built in 1979-1985.


Two seat training version of the F-15C


F-15 for the JSDF

F-15N Sea Eagle

Carrier-capable variant proposed in the early 1970s to the U.S. Navy as an alternative to the heavier and, at the time, considered to be "riskier" technology program, the Grumman F-14 Tomcat. It did not have a long range radar or the long range missiles u


Two-seat all-weather multirole strike version, fitted with conformal fuel tanks. It was developed into the F-15I, F-15S, F-15K, F-15SG, F-15SA, and other variants. Over 400 F-15E and derivative variants produced since 1985; still in production.


Proposed F-15E variant with a reduced radar cross-section.

F-15 2040C

Proposed upgrade to the F-15C, allowing it to supplement the F-22 in the air superiority role. The 2040C concept is an evolution of the Silent Eagle proposed to South Korea and Israel, with some low-observable improvements but mostly a focus on the latest


initial two-seat, twin-engine, all-weather interceptor fighter variant for the U.S. Navy. It first flew on 21 December 1970. The first 12 F-14As were prototype versions (sometimes called YF-14As). Modifications late in its service life added precision str


The F-14A's TF30 engine was replaced with the improved GE F110-GE-400 engine. The F-14A+ also received the state-of-the-art ALR-67 Radar Homing and Warning (RHAW) system. Much of the avionics components, as well as the AWG-9 radar, were retained. The F-14

What cannon does the F-14 have?

M61 Vulcan(20mm)


(Super Tomecat) The original Pratt & Whitney TF30 engines were replaced with General Electric F110-GE-400 engines, similar to the F-14B. The F-14D also included newer digital avionics systems including a glass cockpit and replaced the AWG-9 with the newer

What is the main missile for the F-14?

AIM-54 Phoenix

F-16 A/B

Were initial production variants. These variants include the Block 1, 5, 10 and 20 versions. Block 15 was the first major change to the F-16 with larger horizontal stabilizers. It is the most numerous of all F-16 variants with 475 produced. Many F-16A and

F-16 C/D

Variants entered production in 1984. The first C/D version was the Block 25 with improved cockpit avionics and radar which added all-weather capability with beyond-visual-range (BVR) AIM-7 and AIM-120 air-air missiles. Block 30/32, 40/42, and 50/52 were l

F-16 E/F

Are newer F-16 Block 60 variants based on the F-16C/D Block 50/52. The United Arab Emirates invested heavily in its development. It features improved AN/APG-80 active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, avionics, conformal fuel tanks (CFTs), and th


The F-16N was an adversary aircraft operated by the U.S. Navy. It is based on the standard F-16C/D Block 30 and is powered by the General Electric F110-GE-100 engine, and is capable of supercruise.


variant with the V suffix for its Viper nickname. It features an AN/APG-83 active electronically scanned array (AESA) radar, a new mission computer and electronic warfare suite, automated ground collision avoidance system, and various cockpit improvements


Unmanned vairant.