The J-15D electronic warfare attack aircraft was developed on the basis of the J-15S two-seat model. It replaced the rear seat instructor cabin with an electronic warfare system operator, canceled the cannon to provide space for the electronic system, and airborne radar modification. Active phased array radar, wing tip equipped with electronic support reconnaissance system pod, capable of accurately positioning radar and electronic systems over long distances, and multiple interference pods can be mounted under the wing, which can be under the wingtip interference pod indication The target can be interfered and suppressed. In addition, it can also mount anti-radiation missiles with hard/soft composite compression capability. When necessary, the J-15D can also mount air-to-air missiles for self-defense.