Boeing has rolled out the first of 24 F-15SG strike fighters for the Republic of Singapore Air Force. The General Electric F110-129-powered SG is the most advanced F-15 yet, with APG-63(V)3 active electronically scanned array radar with full air-to-air and air-to-ground modes; navigation pod with terrain-following radar and FLIR; Sniper targeting pod with infrared search and track sensor mounted in the pylon; joint helmet-mounted cueing system and Link 16 fighter data link.
The F-15SG is also rumored to be fitted with an Israeli integrated electronic support and countermeasures system, but Singapore has not confirmed this and Aviation Week's Amy Butler, who was at the roll-out in St Louis on Monday, says she wasn't allowed to photograph the back end of the aircraft, which is where EW antennas are mounted. But you can see an EW antenna mounting just under the cockpit close to the intake lip. The weapons fit for the roll-out was a mix of medium-range AIM-120s and short-range AIM-9Xs.