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Raytheon's '''AN/APG-70''' is an evolutionary branch of the [[APG-63|AN/APG-63]] radar series, used on the  late model [[F-15 Eagle| F-15C/D, Israeli F-15I and Saudi F-15S]], as well as the [[F-15E Strike Eagle]].<ref name=RaytheonAPG70>{{citation
[[Raytheon]]'s '''AN/APG-70''' is an evolutionary branch of the [[APG-63|AN/APG-63]] radar series, used on the  late model [[F-15 Eagle| F-15C/D, Israeli F-15I and Saudi F-15S]], as well as the [[F-15E Strike Eagle]].<ref name=RaytheonAPG70>{{citation
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Raytheon's AN/APG-70 is an evolutionary branch of the AN/APG-63 radar series, used on the late model F-15C/D, Israeli F-15I and Saudi F-15S, as well as the F-15E Strike Eagle.[1] Late-model U.S. F-15's, however, now use an AN/APG-63 V(3), and the Strike Eagle will upgrade to the AN/APG-63 V(4), a hybrid developed from the active radar elements from the AN/APG-63 V(3) and the ground attack software of the AN/APG-70.

The AN/APQ-180 is an AN/APG-70 repackaged to go into an AC-130 aircraft.

References

  1. AN/APG-70 Radar, Raytheon