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Plus de F-15SG pour Singapore


Boeing a annoncé, le 22 octobre, que le ministère de la défense de la République de Singapour a exercé une option d'achat sur huit F-15SG et en a commandé quatre de plus, pour un total de douze appareils. Ces options font partie du contrat original de douze F-15SG annoncé par Singapour en 2005.
Le Boeing F-15SG est un dérivé du F-15E de l'US Air Force. L'assemblage et les test en vol, qui débuteront en novembre, seront effectués aux installations de Boeing à St-Louis (Illinois) et Palmdale (Californie).
Boeing a produit plus de 1500 F-15 pour les USA, Israël, la Corée du Sud, l'Arabie Saoudite et le Japon.

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The Boeing Company [NYSE: BA] today announced that the Singapore Ministry of Defence has exercised an option to purchase eight F-15SGs and has ordered four additional aircraft. The option is part of the original contract for 12 F-15SG aircraft announced by Singapore in 2005.
"We are proud that Singapore has chosen to acquire additional F-15SGs. The Strike Eagle is a combat-tested fighter with the most technologically advanced systems, and we are confident the F-15SG will meet the defense needs of Singapore," said Chris Chadwick, vice president and general manager, Global Strike Systems.
The Boeing F-15SG is a derivative of the U.S. Air Force F 15E Strike Eagle, the world's most capable long-range, multi-role fighter. It can simultaneously perform air-to-ground and air-to-air missions during day or night, in virtually any weather. It carries significant payload, reaches speeds in excess of Mach 2 and incorporates some of the most advanced military technologies. Integration and flight testing of the F-15SG will be performed at Boeing facilities in St. Louis and Palmdale, Calif., beginning in November. Boeing has produced more than 1,500 F-15s. In addition to the United States, Korea, Japan, Saudi Arabia and Israel operate F-15 fleets.


Source: Boeing
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Mardi 23 Octobre 2007


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