|Manufacturer:||McDonnell Douglas (now Boeing)|
|Orign:||United States of America|
|Organization:||United States Air Force/National Aeronautics and Space Administration|
|Armament:|| Real Life: None |
HAWX: M61 Vulcan, AIM-9,
|Weight:||35,000 lb (15,876 kg) - 47,000 lb (21,319 kg)|
|Speed:||1,875 mph (Mach 2.5)|
The F-15 ACTIVE is a testbed that's used by the United States of America.
The F-15 Eagle before it is very maneuverable, but with canards (from the F/A-18 Hornet and thrust-vectoring nozzles (which is seen in the F-22 Raptor and Sukhoi Su-47, the F-15 ACTIVE (Advanced Control Technology for Integrated Vehicles) (developed from the F-15B) is even more so. With an advanced control system, the ACTIVE can do tricks the old Eagle can't do. Designed to take off from wet, bomb-damaged airfields, the ACTIVE doesn't need very much runway. Although it was never changed for combat, the plane would be excellent as a dogfighter.