The skies are about to witness a significant transformation as Boeing’s F-15EX Eagle II, also known as the EX3, is gearing up for delivery.

This advanced fighter aircraft, designed to be a ready-now replacement for the F-15C, promises to be a backbone fighter for the US Air Force for decades to come.

In this article, we’ll take a close look into the latest developments surrounding the F-15EX, from its successful test flights to potential changes in its deployment and cost considerations.

A Digital Backbone for the Future

Boeing’s engineers, with sophisticated technological tools at their disposal, have undertaken an extensive digital design phase before cutting any metal, resulting in an aircraft with a digital backbone and open system architecture.