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For similarly named jets, see F/A-18E Super Hornet and FA38.
F-15 Eagle
F15 Render MW2
F-15 Eagle in Modern Warfare 2
Appears in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3
Call of Duty: Ghosts
Found in S.S.D.D., Team Player, The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday, The Gulag, The Enemy of My Enemy, Just Like Old Times, Museum, Hunter Killer, Goalpost, Iron Lady, The Hunted
Used by USAF
Shadow Company
U.S. Army Rangers
Delta Force
Task Force 141
Weapons AIM-120 AMRAAM Missiles
AGM-88 HARM Missiles
CBU-100 Cluster Bombs
AIM-9X Sidewinder Missiles
Status Active

The F-15 Eagle is a single seat, twin engine, all weather, air superiority and tactical fighter designed to gain and maintain air superiority in aerial combat.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2Edit


The F-15 Eagle is commonly seen in campaign, most notably providing Close-Air Support in "Team Player"; it is also spotted performing SEAD operations during the assault on the Gulag and during the mission "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday"


The Multiplayer Icon for the Precision Airstrike.


In Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, the F-15 Eagle appears in multiplayer as a killstreak reward. Three F-15 Eagles are unlocked as a 6-kill killstreak, the Precision Airstrike. This airstrike is directional and calls in three F-15s to cluster bomb an area, similar to the Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare version.

Appearance in CampaignEdit

Known F-15s FormationsEdit


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Edit


In the Battle of New York, F-15s are spotted dog-fighting with Russian MiG-29s; they are also seen destroying a Russian base and several SAM sites at the start of "Hunter Killer". They are seen once again in "Iron Lady" attacking the invading Russians and rescuing the AC-130 Gunship from MiG-29 attacks. Furthermore, some F-15s can be seen if the player uses noclip in Stay Sharp and Charges Set; however, they are not solid objects.

Known F-15 EaglesEdit

  • Lightning One-One
  • Lightning Three-One
  • Jester Two-Four
  • Jester Two-Five


The F-15 appears in Modern Warfare 3's Multiplayer as the Assault Package's 6-point reward, the Precision Airstrike. Much like its predecessor, three planes will fly in a straight direction of the spot where it is launched by the player who called it and drop their payloads. Getting a Game Winning Killcam with this earns the winner the "Finishing Touch" Challenge and 2500exp. Killing 5 enemies at once will earn the "Carpet Bomb" Challenge and 5000 exp. Calling in two Airstrikes in a single match will earn the "Afterburner" Challenge with 2500exp. While in Prestige, getting a certain number of kills will earn the "Carpet Bomber" Challenge of different levels.

The Precision Airstrike compliments well with the Predator Missile and the Attack Helicopter as a 5-6-7 Point Streak combo. With Hardline Pro, the two-assist-kill ability makes it much faster to achieve the combo in 4 points. Land a kill with the Predator Missile to earn the Airstrike. Call it in on a high traffic area to get your 6th point to earn the Helicopter, then call the chopper to gain additional kills as it flies around the map.


Call of Duty: GhostsEdit


The F-15 makes a single appearance in the level The Hunted, where four F-15s escort the Y-8 gunship that extracts Rorke from the Ghosts' plane.


On the map Showtime, F-15s are the jets used to drop the care packages when the Slot Machine care package or the "jackpot" icon is chosen.


Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Edit

  • All F-15s in the game bear the tail code "IW4" on their vertical stabilizers. The code usually identifies a plane's unit or base assignment, but since "IW4" is not in use by any of those entities, it clearly refers to the game's engine.
  • The F-15s in many different levels (such as "Exodus", "The Only Easy Day... Was Yesterday" and others) have no visible pilots.

Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 Edit

  • In several levels the F-15 model seen in-flight has its nose wheel down and cockpit open.
  • Weirdly enough, in the loading screen of Hunter Killer, Lightning 3-1 is referred to as "F-22 Pilot" in subtitles, while they clearly show F-15s.

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