The Blue Eagle,[1] also known as Vulkan Fighter, is a mass-produced combat plane deployed by the military organization Guardian Units of Nations. It has appeared in Sonic Adventure 2, Sonic Adventure 2: Battle and the Nintendo 3DS version of Sonic Generations.


The Blue Eagle is a combat plane created by the G.U.N to hunt enemies and destroy them. It is equipped with missiles that it drops at the player, and Machine Gun to shoot them with.

Game appearances

Sonic Adventure 2

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The Blue Eagle in front of Shadow.

In Sonic Adventure 2, the Blue Eagle appears in Metal Harbor, Weapons Bed, Mission Street and Radical Highway. For the majority of these stages, they only appear in specific parts of the stage and just fire roaming missiles in front of the player that cause explosions upon impact. In Radical Highway, however, as Shadow reaches the end of the updraft section, a Blue Eagle will fly down and fire its machine gun instead. A similar case also occurs in the hard mode of Mission Street, where the Blue Eagle will track the player throughout the stage.

In this game, the Blue Eagle can be destroyed easily with the Homing Attack, Light Speed Attack or Lock-On Missiles when they are very close to the player and award 500 points.

Sonic Generations


A Blue Eagle in the Act 2 version of Radical Highway.

In the Nintendo 3DS version of Sonic Generations, the Blue Eagle appears in both Act 1 and Act 2 of Radical Highway. In Act 1, they appear as soon as the stage starts; doing quick sorties over the whole stage and fire roaming missiles toward the player that create small explosions upon impact.

In Act 2, several Blue Eagles appear above the player in the middle of the stage and remain stationary in the air; waiting for the player to come to attack them with laser beams.

In this game, they cannot be attacked.

In other media

Sonic X

Main article: Blue Eagle (Sonic X)


  • The Blue Eagle strongly resembles the Sukhoi Su-34 Fullback, a Russian made fighter-bomber jet.
  • In Sonic Generations, the Blue Eagle's sortie on a section in the Act 1 version of Radical Highway can be repeated after it has left if the player goes back in the said section and then move forward toward the spot the Blue Eagle first rushed toward.




  1. Prima Development (20 June 2001). "Enemies" (in English). Sonic Adventure 2: Prima's Official Strategy Guide. Prima Games. p. 16. ISBN 978-0761536147.

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