Monday, March 14, 2011

AGM-154C Joint training in a remote bomb, Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18F Super Hornet dropped

Royal Australian Air Force F/A-18F Super Hornet fighter-bombers from the Woomera range AGM-154C Joint remote bombs (JSOW: Joint Standoff Weapon) to the scene before being jettisoned to drill in 2010 has been raised.

Last September 8, 2010 Royal Australian Air Force's latest Super Hornet fighter-bombers in the northern Adelaide silpoktan release from Woomera Test Range has conducted training. Royal Australian Air Force RAAF Amberley, Queensland base in a combat squadron of the F/A-18F 5 s and about 100 pilots and support troops jeongbiwon RAAF Edinburgh and moved to first place in the training conducted by the Royal Australian Air Force's main fighter-bombers as the future operational capability and readiness to support an armed state inspection and maintenance checks are intended to practice.

AG AGM-154A JSOW glide bomb being addressed in the late 90s, the U.S. Navy and Air Force-guided bombs used in the wongeoriyong Joint Standoff Weapon (integrated wongeoriyong weapons) that reduces the JSOW, enemy air defenses away from the targets at a distance to bomb accurately in conventional free-fall bombs were attached to the wing and guidance.
The bombs dropped at the same time Spread your wings and soar in inertial navigation systems and satellite navigation devices, while using the pre-filled to a point target after hwalgonghan targets spread over the coal used as early as AGM-154A and AGM-154B and 150 The ACC (子弹) to attack by releasing a large area, single-warhead, AGM-154C brother and infrared imaging (IIR: Imaging Infrared) Induction and find ways to attack the target. Enemy air defense base, primarily, various equipment parked jeonchadeung place, airfields, port facilities and large places such as scattered attacks on the enemy's forces are main function.

AGM-154C and infrared images (IIR) will retain the ability to induce thermal sikeoro automatically. AGM-154C and Broach ( Bomb Royal Ordnance Augmenting Charge) warhead is fitted. Two two warheads WDU-44 shaped augmenting nose and WDU-45 follow through with a bomb is made. This is a very solid targets to destroy. Navy is being introduced in February 2005.

The main function: to attack targets in a wide variety of AG Standoff from Point Defense (SOPD) weapons,

Prime contractor: Raytheon Co.
Guidance: GPS / INS (Global Position / Inertial), Terminal IR Seeker (unique to 'C' model)
Length: 160 inches (4.1 m)
Diameter: box shaped 13 inches (330 mm) on a side / other source 40.6 x 51.9 cm
Weight: From 1,065 pounds (483 kg) to 1,095 pounds (497 kg)
Wingspan: 106 inches (2.69 m)
Equipped aircraft:
Navy: F/A-18C/D, F/A-18E/F
Air Force: F-16 Block 40/50, B-1B, B-2A, B-52H, F-15E, F-35A
Low-altitude launch - 12 nautical miles (22 km)
High-altitude launch - 70 nautical miles (120 km)
BLU-97 / B - Combined Effects Bomblets (JSOW A)
BLU-108 - Sensor fused weapon (JSOW B - now cancelled)
BROACH multi-stage warhead (JSOW C)
AUPP AGM-154A, $ 282,000. Total program cost: $ 3,327,000.
AGM-154B, $ 484,167. Total program cost: $ 2,033,500.
AGM-154C, $ 719,012. Total program cost: $ 5,608,000.
First place: January 1999

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