F-25c Eagle Aerospace Fighter
- Manufacturer: Boeing-McDonnell Douglas
- Government(s)/Organization(s): None
- Type: Multi-Role Aerospace Fighter
- Size: Small
- Crew: 1
- Weapons Mounts:
- 1 Missile Bay
- 2 Heavy Missile Pylon Hardpoints
- Default Weapons
- Basic Stealth Hull
- Flare/Chafe Launchers
- Vessel Connectivity
The F-25c Eagle Aerospace Fighter is based on the classic F-15 series of fighters, though it’s a rework from the ground up of that design to function as a trans-atmospheric aerospace platform. It’s a very classic airframe twin engine design with an internal 4-hardpoint missile bay and a pair of heavy external mounts, all of which were designed to take a wide range of munitions.
Taking it’s weapons loadout from the F-15SE Silent Eagle, the F-25c has a internal Missile Bay designed for a 4-Pack Sparrow MRAM Bay. It also has a pair of Heavy Missile Pylon Hardpoints using Sparrow MRAM Pylons. The default weapons are all US designs, though these mounts can use a variety of munitions and those sold to mercenaries do not come with US ordinance. In fact merc versions come without any munitions.
The F-25c Eagle Aerospace Fighter is a Boeing-McDonnell Douglass design which was passed over for military service with the USAF. However, with space being what it is they have opted to sell it to any militaries which may chose to use it as well as mercenaries. A few smaller nations make use of these in limited numbers, but the mercenary sales are incredibly high as they are some of the few designs openly sold to mercenaries. While they lack the raw firepower often found on military aircraft, they are generalist enough to take on a variety of roles for mercenary forces.