The Sukhoi Su-47 Berkut (Russian for "Golden Eagle") is an experimental forward-swept wing fighter aircraft used by the Korean People's Army. The Su-47 Berkut was seen in the Cinematic Opening when the KPA first invaded San Francisco. They were also seen flying over Montrose during The Wall. It was seen running airstrikes on the civilian population in retaliation for the American Resistance's actions in Firesale.
- The Su-47 Berkut is currently a technology demonstrator prototype used by the Russian Air Force for a number of advanced technologies later used in the 4.5 generation fighter Su-35 (NATO reporting name: Flanker E) and current fifth-generation jet fighter prototype Sukhoi PAK FA T-50.
- The Su-47 variant depicted in Homefront comes from another Kaos game "Frontlines: Fuel of War" where it is known as the Su-48.
- The Su-47s depicted in the cinematic opening are actually American Lockheed F-117 Nighthawks. Since no known Su-47 has ever flown over San Francisco, this is understandable.
- On 11 August 2014, Commander-in-chief of the Russian Air Forces, Colonel General Viktor Bondarev claimed that Russia is still continuing the research and development of Su-47 or similar forward-swept wing fighters. The new prototypes of such aircraft will be unveiled in the near future.