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Then maybe you should read a bit? Su-34 cockpit have 17mm of titanium armor which protects crew and important avionics.
>The APG-70 radar system allows air crews to detect ground targets from longer ranges. One feature of this system is that after a sweep of a target area, the crew freezes the air-to-ground map then goes back into air-to-air mode to clear for air threats. During the air-to-surface weapon delivery, the pilot is capable of detecting, targeting and engaging air-to-air targets while the WSO designates the ground target. The APG-70 is to be replaced by the AN/APG-82(v)1 active electronically scanned array Radar (AESA) radar, which will begin flight tests in January 2010 with initial operational capability expected in 2014.[
Su-34 have [PESA radar](http://www.ausairpower.net/VVS/000-B004-ESA-Su-32FN-1S.jpg) with ground mapping from the beginning. And considering nature of this radars i bet it can work in both regimes simultaneously.
>Its inertial navigation system uses a laser gyroscope to continuously monitor the aircraft’s position and provide information to the central computer and other systems, including a digital moving map in both cockpits. The low-altitude navigation and targeting infrared for night (LANTIRN) system is mounted externally under the engine intakes; it allows the aircraft to fly at low altitudes, at night and in any weather conditions, to attack ground targets with a variety of precision-guided and unguided weapons. The LANTIRN system gives the F-15E exceptional accuracy in weapons delivery day or night and in poor weather, and consists of two pods attached to the exterior of the aircraft. At night, the video picture from the LANTIRN can be projected on the HUD, producing an infrared image of ground contour. F-15E cockpit
Su-34 have both inertial and satellite(glonas) navigation. LANTIRN is just a standard set of sensor for all weather capabilities which are common today.
>The navigation pod contains a terrain-following radar which allows the pilot to safely fly at a very low altitude following cues displayed on a heads up display.
Both Su-24 and Su-34 have builtin terrain follow capabilities.
>The targeting pod contains a laser designator and a tracking system that mark an enemy for destruction as far away as 10 mi (16 km). Once tracking has been started, targeting information is automatically handed off to infrared homing air-to-surface missiles or laser-guided bombs. The targeting pod is mounted beneath the left engine intake; configurations may be either the AN/AAQ-14 Target Pod, AN/AAQ-28 LITENING Target Pod or the AN/AAQ-33 Sniper Advanced Targeting Pod.
And again something Su-34 has builtin. [Platan targeting system](http://army.lv/large-photos/su-34.35103.jpg). Characteristics aren’t disclosed so far.
So i don’t see any subsystem which gives F-15E decisive advantage. Su-34 have full specter of equipment to be effective strike platform.