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PREFACE

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1 June 2009 CHAPTER ONE - Air Intercept Missiles (AIM)

AIM-7

Sparrow

1-1

AIM-9M

Sidewinder

1-3

AIM-9X

Next Generation Sidewinder

1-5

AIM-120

Advanced Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile (AMRAAM) 1-7

CHAPTER TWO - Air-to-Ground Missiles (AGM)

AGM-65 Series

Maverick

2-1

AGM-84D

Harpoon

2-4

AGM-84K

Standoff Land Attack Missile-Extended

2-6

AGM-86/B

Response (SLAM-ER) Air Launched Cruise Missile (ALCM)

2-8

AGM-86/C&D

Conventional Air Launched Cruise Missile (CALCM)

2-9

AGM-88B&C

High Speed Anti-Radiation Missile (HARM)

2-11

AGM-88E

Advanced Anti-Radiation Guided Missile (AARGM)

2-13

AGM-114 Series

Hellfire

2-15

AGM-129A

Advanced Cruise Missile (ACM)

2-18

AGM-130

Powered Standoff Weapon

2-19

AGM-154

Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW)

2-21

AGM-158

Joint Air-to-Surface Stand-Off Missile (JASSM)

2-23

CHAPTER THREE - Directed Energy (DE) Technologies

TBD

Active Denial System (ADS)

3-1

TBD

Advanced Tactical Laser (ATL)

3-3

YAL-1A

Airborne Laser (ABL)

3-5

TBD

Counter-electronics HPM Advanced Missile Project (CHAMP)

3-6

TBD

DE Airbase/Area Protection

3-8

TBD

Tactical Relay Mirror System

3-10

TBD

MAX POWER

3-12

MX-20DLI

Standoff Intelligence Detection (SID)

3-13

Laser Dazzler

Personnel Halting and Stimulation Response (PHaSR)

3-15

Laser Dazzler

Aircraft Countermeasures (ACCM)

3-16

TBD

Advanced Tactical DE System (ATADS)

3-17

TBD

Imaging Seeker Countermeasures

3-18

TBD

Proactive Infrared Countermeasures

3-19

CHAPTER FOUR - Unguided Munitions, Bombs, and Penetrators

BDU-33D/B

25 lb. Practice Bomb

4-1

BDU-38

Practice Bomb

4-2

BDU-45

Practice Bomb

4-3

BDU-48

10 lb. Practice Bomb

4-5

BDU-50

500 lb. Practice Bomb

4-6

BDU-56

2000 lb. Practice Bomb

4-7

BLU-109/B, A/B, B/B, and C/B

Hard Target Penetrator Warhead

4-8

BLU-110/B, A/B, B/B, and C/B

General Purpose (GP) Bomb

4-9

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CHAPTER FOUR - Unguided Munitions, Bombs, and Penetrators (Cont)

BLU-111/B, A/B, B/B, and C/B

General Purpose (GP) Bomb

4-11

BLU-113A/B

Desert Storm Special Penetrator Warhead

4-13

BLU-116A/B

Special Purpose Bomb

4-14

BLU-117/B, A/B, B/B, and C/B

General Purpose (GP) Bomb

4-16

BLU-119/B

CrashPAD

4-18

BLU-121A/B

Enhanced Blast Weapon

4-19

BLU-122/B

Hard Target Munition Penetrator Warhead

4-20

BLU-126/B

Low-Collateral Damage (LoCo) Bomb

4-21

M117

750 lb. GP Bomb

4-23

M129/MJU-1

Leaflet / Chaff Bomb

4-25

MK 56

Moored Mine

4-27

MK 58 MOD 1

Marine Location Marker

4-28

MK 62

Quick Strike Mine

4-30

MK 63

Quick Strike Mine

4-31

MK 65

Quick Strike Mine

4-32

MK 76 MOD 5

25 lb. Practice Bomb

4-33

MK 77 MOD 5, 6

Fire Bomb

4-34

MK 81

250 lb. GP Bomb

4-35

MK 82

500 lb. GP Bomb

4-36

MK 83

1,000 lb. GP Bomb

4-39

MK 84

2,000 lb. GP Bomb

4-40

MK 106

5 lb. Practice Bomb

4-42

CHAPTER FIVE - Guided Bomb Units (GBU)

BDU-59B/B

Laser Guided Training Round (LGTR)

5-1

GBU-10 Series

Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (2,000 lb.)

5-3

GBU-12 Series

Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (500 lb.)

5-5

GBU-12F/B

Dual Mode Laser Guided Bomb (DMLGB)

5-7

GBU-15

Guided Standoff Weapon (2,000 lb.)

5-8

EGBU-15

Enhanced Guided Standoff Weapons (2,000 lb.)

5-10

GBU-16 Series

Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (1,000 lb.)

5-12

GBU-24/B

Low Level Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (2,000 lb.)

5-13

GBU-24A/B

Low Level Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (BLU-109)

5-15

GBU-24B/B

Low Level Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (BLU-109)

5-16

GBU-24E/B and G/B

Low Level Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (BLU-109)

5-17

GBU-27/GBU-27A/B

GPS/INS/Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (BLU-109)

5-18

GBU-28A/B & B/B

GPS/INS/Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (BLU-113)

5-19

GBU-28C/B

GPS/INS/Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (BLU-122/B)

5-20

GBU-28E/B

GPS/INS/Laser Guided Bomb (LGB) (BLU-113/B or A/B) 5-21

GBU-31

Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) (2,000 lb.)

5-22

GBU-32

Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) (1,000 lb.)

5-25

GBU-38

Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM) (500 lb.)

5-27

GBU-39A/B

Small Diameter Bomb Increment I (SDB I) FLM

5-29

GBU-39/B

Small Diameter Bomb Increment I (SDB I) (250 lb.)

5-31

GBU-43/B

Massive Ordnance Air Blast (MOAB) (22,000 lb.)

5-33

GBU-44B

Viper Strike

5-34

GBU-51/B

Laser Guided Bomb with LOCO Bomb Body

5-36

GBU-52/B

Dual Mode Laser Guided Bomb (DMLGB)

5-37

GBU-54/B

Laser Joint Direct Attack Munition (LJDAM) (500 lb.)

5-38

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Paveway IV

Dual Mode GPS/INS and Laser Guided Bomb

5-40

CHAPTER SIX - Cluster Bomb Units (CBU)

CBU-78

Gator

6-1

CBU-87

Combined Effects Munition (CEM)

6-4

CBU-89

Gator

6-7

CBU-97

Sensor Fuzed Weapon (SFW)

6-9

MK 20, CBU-99/100/B, A/B, B/B

Rockeye

6-12

CBU-103/104/105

Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser (WCMD)

6-14

CBU-107/B

Passive Attack Weapon (PAW)

6-16

CBU-116/118

Power Distribution Denial Munition (PDDM)

6-18

PDU-5/B

MK 20 Rockeye II Leaflet Canister (Filled)

6-20

SUU-76C/B

MK 20 Rockeye II Leaflet Canister (Empty)

6-20

CHAPTER SEVEN - Nuclear Weapons

B61

Nuclear Bomb

7-1

B83-1

Nuclear Bomb

7-2

W62-0

Nuclear Warhead

7-3

W78-0

Nuclear Warhead

7-4

W80-1

Nuclear Warhead

7-5

W87-0

Nuclear Warhead

7-6

CHAPTER EIGHT - Aircraft Gun Systems

GAU-2B/A,

MinigunMachine Gun (7.62mm)

8-1

GAU-17A (Navy), M-134 (Army)

GAU-8/A

“Avenger” Cannon (30mm)

8-2

GAU-12/U

“Equalizer” Cannon (25mm)

8-3

GAU-18/A; XM218

Machine Gun (.50 Caliber)

8-4

GAU-19/A

Gatling Gun (.50 Caliber)

8-5

GAU-21

Machine Gun (.50 Caliber)

8-6

GAU-22/A

Cannon (25mm)

8-7

M137A1

Cannon (105mm)

8-8

M197

20mm Gatling Gun

8-9

M2A1

“Bofors” Cannon (40mm)

8-10

M230

30mm Chain Gun

8-11

M240D

Machine Gun (7.62mm)

8-12

M61A1

“Vulcan” Cannon (20mm)

8-13

M61A2

Lightweight Cannon (20mm)

8-14

Mk44

“Bushmaster” Cannon (30mm)

8-15

CHAPTER NINE - Impulse Carts, Bomb Racks, Launchers, and Pylons

Impulse Cartridges

ARD 446-1B

Impulse Cartridge

9-1

ARD 863-1A1W

Impulse Cartridge

9-2

BBU-35/B

Impulse Cartridge

9-3

BBU-36/B

Impulse Cartridge

9-4

BBU-46/B & A/B

Impulse Cartridge

9-5

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BBU-48/B

Impulse Cartridge

9-6

BBU-59/B

Impulse Cartridge

9-7

BBU-63/B

Impulse Cartridge

9-8

M796

Impulse Cartridge

9-9

MK 107

Impulse Cartridge

9-10

Bomb Racks

14-Inch Bomb Rack

Bomb Rack

9-11

A-6 Bomb Release

Bomb Release (Left and Right Hand)

9-12

AERO 7A-5

Bomb Rack Ejector Assembly

9-13

AERO 7B-4

Bomb Rack Ejector Assembly

9-14

B-11 Bomb Shackle

Bomb Shackle

9-15

BRU-15A

Bomb Rack

9-16

BRU-32A/A

Ejector Unit Rack Assembly

9-17

BRU-32B/A

Ejector Unit Rack Assembly

9-18

BRU-33A/A

Canted Vertical Ejector Rack (CVER)

9-19

BRU-36A/A

Bomb Ejector Rack

9-20

BRU-36B/A

Bomb Ejector Rack

9-21

BRU-41/A

Improved Multiple Ejector Rack (IMER)

9-22

BRU-42/A

Improved Triple Ejector Rack (ITER)

9-23

BRU-44B/A

Bomb Rack

9-24

BRU-46/A

Bomb Rack

9-25

BRU-47/A

Bomb Rack

9-26

BRU-52

Bomb Rack

9-27

BRU-55/A

Bomb Ejector Rack

9-28

BRU-56/A

Aircraft Ejector Bomb Rack (30 Inch Ejector Rack)

9-29

BRU-57/A

Smart Bomb Rack

9-30

BRU-59/A

Bomb Ejector Rack

9-31

BRU-61/A

Common Carriage Assembly

9-32

BRU-67/A

Bomb Rack

9-33

BRU-68/A

Bomb Rack

9-34

CBR

Cluster Bomb Rack

9-35

MA-4

Family of 14” Bomb Racks

9-36

MAU-12

Bomb Rack

9-37

MAU-40/A

Bomb Rack

9-38

MAU-50/A

Bomb Rack

9-39

SBRA

Smart Bomb Rack Assembly

9-40

SUU-20

Bomb Dispenser

9-41

TER-9/A

Bomb Rack

9-42

TER-9/A MOD

Bomb Rack (High Speed)

9-43

TER-9/A MOD

Bomb Rack (Electronic)

9-44

Launchers

16S210

Guided Missile Launcher

9-45

AGMBRL

Aircraft Guided Missile and Bomb Rotary Launcher

9-46

CBM

Conventional Bomb Module

9-47

DRA

Dual Rail Adapter

9-48

LAU-7/A-6, B/A, /A-7,

Guided Missile Launcher

9-49

B/A-1, C/A, D/A, E/A, and F/A

LAU-10C/B, D/B

Guided Missile Launcher

9-50

LAU-61C/A

2.75 inch Rocket Launcher

9-51

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LAU-68A/A, B/A, D/A, and LAU-131/A

2.75 inch Rocket Launcher

9-53

LAU-88

Guided Missile Launcher

9-55

LAU-105/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-56

LAU-106A/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-57

LAU-115C/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-58

LAU-115D/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-59

LAU-116/A

(LH/RH) Guided Missile Launcher

9-60

LAU-116A/A

(LH/RH) Guided Missile Launcher

9-61

LAU-116B/A

(LH/RH) Guided Missile Launcher

9-62

LAU-117(V)2/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-63

LAU-117A(V)3/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-64

LAU-118(V)1/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-65

LAU-118(V)4/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-66

LAU-127A/A, B/A, D/A,

Guided Missile Launcher

9-67

and E/A LAU-127C/A, FA

Guided Missile Launcher

9-68

LAU-128A/A, D/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-69

LAU-128B/A

Guided Missile Launcher (BOL)

9-70

LAU-129A/A

Guided Missile Launcher

9-71

LAU-139

Guided Missile Launcher

9-72

LAU-141/A

Configurable Rail Launcher (CRL)

9-73

LAU-142/A

AMRAAM Vertical Eject Launcher (AVEL)

9-74

LAU-144/A

Munitions Launcher Assembly

9-75

LAU-147/A

Missile Launcher

9-76

LAU-148/A

External Rail Launcher

9-77

M299

Missile Launcher

9-78

Modified M299

Missile Launcher Rail

9-79

RLA

Advanced Application Rotary Launcher

9-80

SECBM

MIL-STD-1760 Conventional Bomb Module

9-81

Power Sources

F-35 Pneumatic Power Source (PPS)

9-82

Pylons

Station 1 and 11

A-10 Pylon

9-83

Station 2 and 10

A-10 Pylon

9-84

Station 3 and 9

A-10 Pylon

9-85

Station 4 and 8

A-10 Pylon

9-86

Station 5 and 7

A-10 Pylon

9-87

Station 6

A-10 Pylon

9-88

Pylon

F-22A Pylon

9-89

Pylon

Integrated Conventional Stores Management

9-90

ALE-25 Pylon

System (ICSMS) Pylon B-52H Aircraft Pylon

9-92

LASER POD (LITENING) Pylon

B-52H Aircraft Pylon

9-93

SUU-59B/A

F-15 Inboard Aircraft Pylon

9-94

SUU-59C/A

F-15 Inboard Aircraft Pylon

9-95

SUU-60B/A

F-15 Centerline Aircraft Pylon

9-96

SUU-62/A, B/A

F/A-18 Centerline Aircraft Pylon

9-97

SUU-63

F/A-18 Centerline Aircraft Pylon

9-98

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SUU-67/A

Pylon

9-99

SUU-72/A

Pylon

9-100

SUU-73/A

F-15 Centerline Aircraft Pylon

9-101

WWP

Wing Weapons Pylon Assembly

9-102

WWP (PIDS)

Wing Weapons Pylon Integrated Dispenser System

9-103

CHAPTER TEN - Countermeasures

ADM-141A, B

Tactical Air-Launched Decoy (TALD)

10-1

ADM-141C

Improved Tactical Air-Launched Decoy (ITALD)

10-3

ADM-160B

Miniature Air Launched Decoy (MALD)

10-5

ADM-160C

Miniature Air Launched Decoy-Jammer (MALD-J)

10-7

ALA-17

Flare Rack

10-9

ALA-17/B

IR Flare Cartridge

10-10

AN/ALE-20

Flare Ejector Set

10-11

AN/ALE-48

Chaff Dispenser

10-12

AN/ALE-49

Flare Dispenser

10-13

AN/ALE-50A(V)1

Countermeasures Decoy Dispensing Set (CMDDS)

10-14

AN/ALE-50(V)2

Countermeasures Decoy Dispensing Set (CMDDS)

10-16

LAU-74

Flare Launcher System

10-18

LUU-1, -5

Target Marker

10-19

LUU-2, -19

Illuminating Flare

10-20

M206

IR Flare

10-21

M206 (T-2)/B

Flare Simulator

10-23

M211

Decoy

10-24

M212

IR Flare

10-26

MJU-7A/B

IR Flare

10-27

MJU-7(T-2)/B

Flare Simulator

10-28

MJU-10/B

IR Flare

10-29

MJU-11

Chaff/Flare Magazine

10-30

MJU-12

Flare Magazine

10-31

MJU-17

Flare Magazine

10-32

MJU-23A/B

IR Countermeasure Flare

10-33

MJU-27A/B

IR Decoy Device

10-34

MJU-32/B

IR Decoy Flare

10-35

MJU-38/B

IR Decoy Flare

10-36

MJU-32A/B &

IR Decoy Flare

10-37

MJU-38A/B

MJU-39/B

IR Flare

10-38

MJU-40/B

IR Flare

10-39

MJU-46/B

IR Flare

10-40

MJU-47/B

IR Flare

10-42

MJU-48/B

IR Flare

10-43

MJU-49/B

IR Decoy Device

10-44

MJU-50

IR Decoy Flare

10-45

MJU-50/B

Decoy

10-46

MJU-51A/B

Decoy

10-48

MJU-52/B

Decoy

10-49

MJU-53/B

IR Flare

10-51

MJU-55/B

IR Decoy Flare

10-52

MJU-57/B

IR Decoy Flare

10-53

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MJU-57A/B

IR Decoy Flare

10-54

MJU-61/B

IR Decoy Flare

10-55

MJU-62/B

IR Flare

10-56

MJU-64/B

IR Decoy Device

10-57

RR-129/AL

Chaff Cartridge

10-58

RR-129A/AL

Chaff Cartridge

10-59

RR-144A/AL

Chaff Cartridge

10-60

RR-170A/AL

Chaff Cartridge

10-61

RR-170A/AL (Navy)

Chaff Cartridge

10-62

RR-180/AL

Chaff Cartridge

10-63

RR-188/AL

Chaff Cartridge

10-64

RR-196/AL

Chaff Cartridge

10-65

FT-1289/ALE

GEN-X Decoy

10-66

SM-875B/ALE

IR Simulator Flare

10-67

SUU-25

Flare Dispenser

10-68

CHAPTER ELEVEN - Fuzes and Sensors

DSU-33A/B, B/B, C/B & D/B

Proximity Sensor

11-1

DTU-31/B

Bomb Adapter Timer-Actuator

11-2

FMU-54A/B

Impact Bomb Fuze

11-3

FMU-56/B, D/B

Bomb Proximity Fuze

11-4

FMU-81

Bomb Impact Fuze

11-5

FMU-110

Proximity Fuze

11-6

FMU-113

Proximity Fuze

11-7

FMU-124

Guided Bomb Impact Fuze

11-8

FMU-139A/B, C/B

Electronic Bomb Fuze

11-9

FMU-140 Series

Dispenser Proximity Fuze

11-10

FMU-143B/B-Q/B

Electronic Bomb Fuze

11-12

FMU-152A/B

Electronic Bomb Fuze

11-13

FZU-39/B

Proximity Fuze Sensor

11-14

M904E4

Mechanical Bomb Fuze, Nose

11-15

M905

Mechanical Bomb Fuze, Tail

11-16

M907

Mechanical Fuze, Airburst

11-17

MK 339 MOD 1

Mechanical Time (MT) Fuze

11-18

CHAPTER TWELVE - Munitions Material Handling Equipment (MMHE)

2.75 Inch Rocket Transport Module

12-1

20mm Ammunition Loading System (ALS) Replenisher Assembly

12-2

20mm Replenisher Table

12-3

ADU-537 A/E

Missile Munitions Loading Adapter (MMLA)

12-4

A/E32K-3

Munitions Assembly Conveyor (MAC)

12-5

A/E32K-9

Munitions Assembly Conveyor II (MACII)

12-6

ALE-40 Series

Chaff/Flare Transport Module

12-7

ALE-50 Series

Decoy Transport Module

12-8

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ALS

20mm Ammunition Loading System (ALS)

12-9

ARS

Loader Assembly Aluminum Rail Set (ARS)

12-10

BDU-33/MK-106

BDU-33/MK-106

Practice Bomb Transport Module (40 Round Version) 12-11

Practice Bomb Transport Module (80 Round Version) 12-12

GFU-7/E

30mm Ammunition Loader

12-13

LALS

20mm USAF Linkless Ammunition Loading System (LALS)

12-14

MHU-40

Truck, Lift, Aerial Stores

12-15

MHU-83

Truck, Lift, Aerial Stores

12-16

MHU-110/M

Munitions Handling Trailer

12-17

MHU-141/M

Munitions Handling Trailer

12-18

MHU-194/E

Manually Operated Lift Truck (MOLT)

12-19

MHU-196/M

Munitions Handling Trailer

12-20

MHU-204/M

Munitions Lift Trailer

12-21

MHU-226

Munitions Handling Trailer

12-22

MJ-1

Truck, Lift, Aerial Stores

12-23

MRA

Mechanical RAM Assembly (MRA)

12-24

UALS

20mm Universal Ammunition Loading System

12-25

MMHE Website

(UALS) Loader Assembly Munitions Materiel Handling Equipment Focal Point

12-26

CHAPTER THIRTEEN - Emerging Technologies

TBD

Accurate Low Collateral Munition (ALM)

13-1

TBD

Advanced Precision Kill Weapon System (APKWS)

13-2

TBD

Area Dominator (AD)

13-4

TBD

Close Combat Lethal Recon (CCLR)

13-6

TBD

Conventional Strike Missile (CSM)

13-7

TBD

Direct Attack Guided Rocket (DAGR)

13-8

TBD

Hard Target Void Sensing Fuze (HTVSF)

13-9

TBD

High Speed Strike Weapon (HSSW)

13-10

TBD

I-500 Warhead Technology Demonstration (TD)

13-11

TBD

I-1000 Warhead Technology Demonstration (TD)

13-12

TBD

Joint Air-to-Ground Missile (JAGM)

13-13

TBD

Low Cost Guided Imaging Rocket (LOGIR)

13-15

TBD

Low Cost Mini-Cruise Missile (LCMCM)

13-16

BLU 127/B, GBU-57/B

Massive Ordinance Penetrator (MOP)

13-18

TBD

Shredder (Mod BLU-109)

13-19

TBD

Small Diameter Bomb Increment II (SDB II)

13-20

TBD

Small Smart Weapon (SSW)

13-21

TBD

Very Small Missile (VSM)

13-23

TBD

Tactical Wide Area Search Munition (WASM)

13-24

CHAPTER FOURTEEN - Personal, Individual, Crew Served, and Mission Specific Weapons

Personal Weapons

M9

9mm Pistol (Personal Defense Weapon (PDW)

14-1

M11

9mm Compact Pistol

14-2

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Individual Weapons

M16/M16A2

5.56mm Rifle

14-3

M4/M4A1

5.56mm Carbine

14-4

MK-14 Mod 0

7.62 Enhanced Battle Rifle (EBR)

14-5

M-32

40mm Multiple Grenade Launcher (MGL)

14-6

M203, A1, and A2

40mm Grenade Launcher

14-7

XM320

40mm Grenade Launcher Module (GLM)

14-8

M249

5.56mm Automatic Rifle (AR)

14-9

Crew Served Weapons

M240B

7.62mm Machine Gun (MG)

14-10

MK 19

40mm Grenade Machine Gun (GMG)

14-11

M2

Cal .50 Machine Gun (MG)

14-12

Mission Specific Weapons

Shotguns

12 gauge Shotguns

14-13

M24

7.62mm Sniper Weapons System (SWS) Rifle (USA)

14-15

M107

Cal.50 Special Application Sniper Rifle (SASR)

14-16

M110

7.62mm Semi-Automatic Sniper system (SASS)

14-17

M40A3

7.62mm Sniper Rifle

14-18

CHAPTER FIFTEEN - Small Arms/Gun Munitions

5.56mm

Ammo

15-1

7.62mm

Ammo

15-3

9mm

Ammo

15-5

Caliber .50

Ammo

15-6

12 Gauge Cartridges

Ammo

15-8

CHAPTER SIXTEEN - Ground Defense Munitions

Hand Grenades

MK1A1

Training Hand Grenade

16-1

MK3A2

Concussion Offensive Hand Grenade

16-2

M7A3

Riot Control Grenade

16-3

M8

White Smoke Grenade

16-4

M14

Incendiary Grenade

16-5

M18

Colored Smoke Grenade

16-6

M25A2

Riot Control Hand Grenade

16-7

M67

Fragmentation Hand Grenade

16-8

M69

Practice Hand Grenade

16-9

M83

Practice Smoke Grenade

16-10

M84

Stun Grenade

16-11

Rubber Ball

Riot Control Grenade

16-12

40mm Grenades

M385A1

40mm Target Practice

16-13

M406

40mm High Explosive (HE)

16-14

M430A1

40mm High Explosive Dual Purpose (HEDP)

16-15

M433E1

40mm High Explosive Dual Purpose (HEDP)

16-16

XM576

40mm Multiple Projectile

16-17

M583

40mm White Star Parachute

16-18

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M585

40mm White Star Cluster

16-19

XM651E1

40mm Riot Control Agent

16-20

M674

40mm Riot Control Agent

16-21

XM675

40mm Red Smoke

16-22

M715

40mm Green Smoke

16-23

M716

40mm Yellow Smoke

16-24

M781

40mm Target Practice

16-25

M918

40mm Target Practice Linked

16-26

XM1006

40mm Sponge Grenade

16-27

M1029

40mm Non-Lethal Crowd Dispersal

16-28

XM1057

40mm Non-Lethal Crowd Dispersal

16-29

CHAPTER SEVENTEEN - Medium and Large Caliber Ammunition

PELE

20mm PELE KE

17-1

PGU-27 Series

20mm Target Practice (TP) (20x102 NATO)

17-2

PGU-28 Series

20mm Semi-Armor Piercing High Explosive

17-3

PGU-30 Series

Incendiary (SAPHEI) (20x102 NATO) 20mm Target Practice Tracer (TPT)

17-4

PGU-23/U

25mm Target Practice (TP) (25x137mm NATO)

17-5

PGU-25/U

25mm High Explosive Incendiary (HEI)

17-6

PGU-13/B

(25x137mm NATO) 30mm High Explosive Incendiary (HEI)

17-7

PGU-14A/B

(30x173mm NATO) 30mm Armor Piercing Incendiary (API)

17-8

PGU-15/B

30x173mm NATO) 30mm Target Practice (TP) (30x173mm NATO)

17-9

PGU-9C/B

40mm High Explosive Incendiary-Plugged (HEI-P)

17-10

PGU-43/B

(L-60 NATO) 105 mm Training Practice (TP)

17-11

PGU-44/B

105mm High Explosive (HE) (105mm NATO Artillery)

17-12

PGU-45/B

105mm High Explosive/High Fragmentation (HE/HF)

17-13

FMU-160/B

(105mm NATO Artillery) Proximity Fuze

17-14

FMU-153/B

Fuze Point Detonating (PD)

17-15

M739A1

Fuze Point Detonating (PD)/Delay

17-16

CHAPTER EIGHTEEN - Aircraft Rocket Systems 2.75 Inch and 5.0 Inch

MK 66

2.75-inch Rocket Motor

18-1

M423/427

Point Detonating (PD) Fuze

18-5

M439 RC

Variable Time Delay, Remotely Settable Fuze

18-6

M442

Fuze

18-7

M151

HE Warhead

18-8

WTU-1/B

Training Warhead

18-9

M274

Smoke Signature Training Warhead

18-10

M229

HE Warhead

18-11

M257

Illumination Warhead

18-12

M278

Infrared (IR) Illumination Warhead

18-13

M261

HE Multi-Purpose Sub-munition (MPSM)

18-14

M267

Multi-Purpose Sub-munition (MPSM)

18-16

M255A1

Smoke Signature (Training) Flechette Warhead

18-18

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M264

Smoke, Red Phosphorous

18-19

M156

White Phosphorous (WP)

18-20

MK 146 Mod 0

HE Frag Warhead

18-21

WDU-4A/A

Flechette Warhead

18-22

MK 71

Zuni Rocket

18-23

CHAPTER NINETEEN - Army Artillery Munitions

M198

155mm Towed Howitzer

19-1

M177A1, A2

155mm Lightweight Towed Howitzer

19-2

M109A6

155mm Paladin Self Propelled (SP) Howitzer

19-4

M107

155mm HE Round

19-6

M549A1

155mm Rocket Assisted Projectile (RAP)

19-7

M712

155mm HE, Guided Cannon Launched, Copperhead

19-8

M804A1

155mm Practice Round

19-9

M898

155mm SADARM (Sense and Destroy Armor)

19-10

M483A1

155mm Dual Purpose Improved Conventional

19-11

M692/M731

Munition (DPICM) Area Denial Artillery Munition (ADAM)

19-12

M718, M718A1/M741,

155mm Remote Anti-Armor Mine System (RAAMS)

19-13

M741A1

M795

155mm HE Round

19-14

M864

155 mm Extended Range (ER) Dual-Purpose

19-15

M864

Improved Conventional Munition (DPICM) Recap Program

19-16

M110, M110A1, M110A2 155mm White Phosphorus (WP)

19-17

M825A1

155mm Smoke

19-18

M485A2

155mm Illumination

19-19

XM982

155mm Guided, HE, ER-DPICM, EXCALIBUR

19-20

M119A1/A2

105mm Towed Howitzer

19-22

M102

105mm Towed Howitzer

19-23

M1

105mm High Explosive (HE)

19-24

M60A2

105mm Smoke Cartridge

19-25

M84A1

105mm Smoke Cartridge

19-26

M314A3

105mm Illuminating Cartridge

19-27

M444

105mm High Explosive (HE) Improved Conventional Munition (ICM)

19-28

M760

105mm High Explosive (HE)

19-29

M913

105mm High Explosive Rocket Assisted (HERA)

19-30

M915

105mm Dual Purpose Improved Conventional

19-31

M927

Munition (DPICM) 105mm High Explosive Rocket Assisted (HERA)

19-32

M546

105mm Anti-Personnel Projectile

19-33

M557

with Tracer (APERS-T) Fuze Pont Detonating (PD)

19-34

M564, M565

Fuze, Mechanical Time (MT) M565 and Mechanical Time Superquick (MTSQ) M564

19-35

M577A1

Fuze, Mechanical Time and Superquick (MTSQ)

19-36

M582A1

Fuze, Mechanical Time Superquick (MTSQ)

19-37

M728

Proximity Fuze

19-38

M732 Series

Proximity Fuze

19-39

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M732A2

Proximity Fuze

19-40

M739

Fuze Point Detonating (PD)/Delay

19-41

M739A1

Fuze point Detonating (PD)/Delay

19-42

M762A1/M767A1

Electronic Time Fuze Artillery

19-43

M782

Multi Option Fuze Artillery (MOFA)

19-44

MK339 Mod 1

Point Detonating (PD)/Delay Fuze

19-45

CHAPTER TWENTY - Army Mortar Munitions

M120/121

120mm Mortar

20-1

M934A1

120mm High Explosive (HE) Cartridge

20-2

M934A2

120mm HE Insensitive Munition (IM) Cartridge

20-3

M933A1

120mm High Explosive (HE) Cartridge

20-4

M929

120mm White Phosphorus (WP) Smoke

20-5

M930

Cartridge 120mm Visible Light (VL) Illuminating Cartridge

20-6

M983

120mm Infrared (IR) Illuminating Cartridge

20-7

M931

120mm Full Range Practice Cartridge (FRPC)

20-8

M224

60mm Mortar

20-9

M720A1

60mm High Explosive (HE) Cartridge

20-10

M768

60mm High Explosive (HE) Cartridge

20-11

M888

60mm High Explosive (HE) Cartridge

20-12

M722A1

60mm White Phosphorus (WP) Smoke Cartridge

20-13

M721

60mm Visible Light (VL) Illuminating Cartridge

20-14

M767

60mm Infrared (IR) Illuminating Cartridge

20-15

M769

60mm Full Range Practice Cartridge (FRPC)

20-16

XM1061

60mm Enhance Fragmentation Mortar Cartridge

20-17

M252

81 mm Mortar

20-18

M821A1/M889A1

81mm High Explosive (HE) Cartridge

20-19

M821A2/M889A1E1

81mm High Explosive (HE) Cartridge

20-20

M821A2E1/XM1058

81mm High Explosive (HE) Cartridge

20-21

M819

81mm Red Phosphorous (RP) Cartridge

20-22

M853A1

81mm Visible Light (VL) Illuminating Cartridge

20-23

M816

81mm Infrared (IR) Illuminating Cartridge

20-24

M879

81mm Full Range Practice Cartridge (FRPC)

20-25

XM784/XM785

81mm Electronic Time (ET) Fuze

20-26

CHAPTER TWENTYONE - Army Rockets and Missiles

M270A1

Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS)

21-1

M142

High Mobility Artillery Rocket System (HIMARS)

21-3

M30/XM31

Guided Multiple Launch Rocket System (GMLRS)

21-5

M39,M39A1, M48, M57

Army Tactical Missile System (ATACMS)

21-7

CHAPTER TWENTYTWO - Test Equipment

AN/GYQ-79A Test Program Set

Common Munitions Built-in-Test Reprogramming Equipment (CMBRE)

22-1

A-10A/C Armament Test Equipment

22-3

B-52H Multi-User System Tester Next Generation (MUSTANG)

22-7

F-15 Armament Test Equipment

22-9

Cruise Missile Automatic Test Equipment

22-12

TTU-584/E Common Organizational Level Tester (COLT)

22-15

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CHAPTER TWENTYTHREE - Aircraft

B-1B

Lancer

23-1

B-2A

Spirit

23-3

B-52H

Stratofortress

23-5

A-10

Thunderbolt II

23-7

F-15A-D

Eagle

23-10

F-15E

Strike Eagle

23-12

F-16

Fighting Falcon

23-14

F-22A

Raptor

23-17

F-35

Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) (Lightning II)

23-20

F/A-18A/D

Hornet

23-22

F/A-18E/F

Super Hornet

23-25

EA-18G

Airborne Electronic Attack Aircraft (Growler)

23-27

AV-8B

Harrier II

23-29

EA-6B

Prowler

23-31

P-3C

Orion Maritime Patrol and Anti-Submarine

23-33

AC-130H/U

Warfare Aircraft Gunship

23-35

HC-130P/N

Hercules

23-37

MC-130E/H/W

Combat Talon I/II

23-39

C-130

Hercules (Cargo)

23-41

C-17

Globemaster III

23-44

CV-22

Osprey

23-46

AH-64D

Longbow Apache

23-48

AH-6A

Little Bird

23-50

AH-1W/Z

Super Cobra

23-51

OH-58D

Kiowa Warrior

23-53

HH-60G

Pave Hawk

23-54

MH-60

Pave Hawk

23-56

UH-60A/L

Black Hawk

23-58

CH-53D

Sea Stallion

23-60

CH-53E

Super Stallion

32-62

UH-1N/Y

Iroquois

23-64

H-46

Sea Knight

23-66

CH-47

Chinook

23-68

CHAPTER TWENTYFOUR - Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAV)

MQ-1B

Predator

24-1

MQ-1C

Sky Warrior

24-3

MQ-9

Reaper

24-5

RQ-4

Global Hawk

24-7

RQ-5A/MQ-5B/C

Hunter

24-9

RQ-7B

Shadow

24-11

RQ-8B

Fire Scout

24-13

MQ-11B

Raven

24-15

TBD

Wasp

24-17

TBD

ScanEagle

24-19

RQ-16A

T-Hawk

24-21

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CHAPTER TWENTYFIVE - Test and Training Instrumentation

AN/ARQ-52B (V)17 - Pod

Advanced Range System (ARDS)

25-1

AN/ARQ-52C (V)17 - Pod New AN/ARQ-52B (V)18 - Plate AN/ASQ-T50(V)1, (V)2 P5 Combat Training System/Tactical Combat

25-5

Training System Common Range Integrated Instrumentation System (CRIIS)

25-6

APPENDIXES

Aircraft and Weapons Matrix

A 1

Aircraft Guns/Racks Matrix

A-7

Aircraft Launchers Matrix

A-9

Missile Designations

A-10

Munitions Designations

A-11

Acronym List

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CHAPTER ONE

CHAPTER ONE 1 June 2009 AIR INTERCEPT MISSILES (AIM) FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

1 June 2009

AIR INTERCEPT MISSILES (AIM)

FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY

INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK

Nomenclature: AIM-7

Capability:

Medium Range Air-to-Air Missile provides Neutralization of Fixed-Wing Aircraft, Rotary Helicopter, and Cruise Missile Airborne Targets.

Name: Sparrow

Description:

The AIM-7 Sparrow is a radar-guided air-to-air missile with a high-explosive warhead. The versatile Sparrow has all-weather, all-altitude operational capability and can attack high- performance aircraft and missiles from any direction. It is a deployed missile used by some North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) forces. The missile has four major sections:

guidance; warhead; control; and rocket motor. It has a cylindrical body with four wings at mid- body and four tail fins. Although external dimensions of the Sparrow remained relatively unchanged from model to model, the internal components of newer missiles represent major improvements with vastly increased capabilities.

Characteristics:

CRD Weapons Code

Z07FC

MISSILE AIM 7 F TRAINER

Z07FA

MISSILE AIM-7M-F1 WAU-10 AUR

Z07FB

MISSILE AIM 7 F CAPTIVE

M07FB

MISSILE AIM-7M-F1 WAU-17 AUR

Z07FD

MISSILE AIM 7 F/M LOAD TRAINER M07HA

MISSILE AIM-7M-H WAU-10 AUR

Z07MA

MISSILE AIM 7 M TRAIN/CAP

M07HB

MISSILE AIM-7M-H WAU-17 AUR

Guidance - Control - Autopilot - Class -

Semi-Active radar and Home-On-Jam (HOJ) (H Build) (WGU-6, WGU-23) Wing, Hydraulic (WCU-5, WCU-15) Roll Rate Air Intercept Missile

Weight (lbs.) -

510

Length (in.) -

147

Diameter (in.) -

8

Warhead - Explosive (NEW) - Fuze - Propulsion -

86 lbs.; Continuous Rod (WAU-10); Blast/Frag (WAU-17) PBXN-3, 26 lbs. (WAU-10); 36 lbs. (WAU-17) Proximity RF and active radar; contact Rocket Motor, MK 58

Carriage Options:

Aircraft:

Launcher:

F-15A-E

LAU-106

F-16A-B

16S1501

F/A-18A-F

Contractor / Status / Improvements / Special Equipment:

Contractor - Status - Notes - Special Equipment - Support Equipment -

Raytheon Missile Systems Company, Tucson, AZ Inventory, (Proposed DEMIL of remaining AF inventory by FY08) Joint Navy/Air Force (Navy lead) DSM-162 Field Test Set TO 33D9-30-36-1 TO 33D9-1-392

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Management/Engineering:

NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA-259, NAS Patuxent River, MD (AF) - 575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB, GA

Technical Order: 21M-AIM7M-2

NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA-259, NAS Patuxent River, MD (AF) - 575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB, GA Technical Order: 21M-AIM7M-2
NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA-259, NAS Patuxent River, MD (AF) - 575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB, GA Technical Order: 21M-AIM7M-2
NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA-259, NAS Patuxent River, MD (AF) - 575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB, GA Technical Order: 21M-AIM7M-2

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Nomenclature: AIM-9M

Capability:

Short Range Air-to-Air Missile provides Neutralization of Fixed-Wing Aircraft, Rotary Helicopter, and Cruise Missile Airborne Targets.

Name: Sidewinder

Description:

The sidewinder is a supersonic, heat-seeking, air-to-air missile carried by fighter aircraft. It has

a high-explosive warhead and an active infrared guidance system. The missile is comprised of five major components: the Guidance Control Section (GCS), Target Detector (TD), Safety Arming Device (S-A), Warhead, and Rocket Motor. Four fin assemblies attach to the GCS and four wings assemblies attach to the Rocket Motor. An optional TMU-72 Coolant Tank, used by the Air Force, provides on-board source of coolant (argon) used to cool the Refrigerated Detector Unit (RDU) in the GCS during captive carriage phase of flight.

Characteristics:

CRD Weapon Code

M09MA

MISSILE AIM-9M-1 AUR

Z09LB

CATM-9L-9 (MBA)

M09MB

MISSILE AIM-9M-7 AUR

Z09MA

CATM-9M-9(AUR)

Z09WA

AIM-9M AUR WSEP

SZRAA

STAMP AIM-9-9

M09MC

AIM-9M-9 AUR

Z09MD

CATM-9M-10

Z09LD

CATM-9L-10 (AUR)

Z09ME

CATM-9M-10 (MBA)

Z09LE

CATM-9L-10 (MBA)

Z09MC

CATM-9M-3 (AUR)

Z09LC

CATM-9L-3 (AUR)

Z09MB

CATM-9M-3 (MBA)

Z09LF

CATM-9L-7 (AUR)

Z09MF

CATM-9M-7 (AUR)

Z09LA

CATM-9L-9 (AUR)

Guidance -

Passive Infrared Homing

Control -

Four Stabilizing Wing and Rolleron Assemblies and four Movable Canards

Class -

with Servo Assembly Air Intercept Missile

Weight (lbs.) -

191.7

113

5

 

Length (in.) -

Diameter (in.) -

Fin/Wing Span (in.) - 25.0

Warhead - Explosive (NEW) - Fuze - Propulsion -

20.8 lbs. Annular Blast / Fragmentation 7.9 lbs. PBXN-3 Contact and Active Optical (DSU-15A/B, B, B/B)

MK 36 Solid Rocket Motor

Carriage Options:

Aircraft:

Launcher:

A

-10

LAU-105

F-15A-E

LAU-128

F-16A-D

LAU-129, 16S210

F/A-18A-F

LAU-7D/A and LAU-127A/A and LAU-127B/A

AV-8B

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Contractor / Status / Improvements / Special Equipment:

Contractor - Status - Special Equipment -

Raytheon Missiles Systems Company, Tucson, AZ FMS/Inventory (40+ Countries) GCU-30 Recharging Unit and TS 4044 Test Set

Management/Engineering:

(AF) - 575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB, GA AIM-9M - NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA-259, NAS Patuxent River, MD

Technical Order: 21M-AIM9M-2

575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB, GA AIM-9M - NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA-259, NAS Patuxent River, MD Technical Order: 21M-AIM9M-2
575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB, GA AIM-9M - NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA-259, NAS Patuxent River, MD Technical Order: 21M-AIM9M-2

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Nomenclature: AIM-9X

Name: Next Generation Sidewinder

Capability:

Short Range Air-to-Air Missile provides Neutralization of Fixed-Wing Aircraft, Rotary Helicopter, and Cruise Missile Airborne Targets.

Description:

The AIM-9X Sidewinder is a 5 th generation supersonic, air-to-air guided missile that has full day/night capability and employs a passive infrared (IR) target acquisition system, proportional navigational guidance, a closed-loop position servo Fin Actuator Unit (FAU), and a Target Detector (TD). A solid-propellant Rocket Motor (RM) propels the missile and incorporates a manual SAFE-ARM selector assembly. The AIM-9X is configured with an Annular Blast Fragmentation (ABF) warhead controlled by an Electronic Safe-Arm Device (ESAD). Four forward mounted fixed wings provide aerodynamic lift and stability. Airframe maneuvering is accomplished by four control fins, mounted in line with the fixed wings, and activated by the FAU. The Jet Vane Control (JVC) provides enhanced maneuverability by deflecting rocket motor thrust to aid in turning.

Characteristics:

CRD Weapons Code

M9XB

MISSILE AIM 9X AUR (-10)

M9XA

MISSILE AIM 9X AUR (-20)

M9WA

MISSILE AIM 9X CATM

Guidance -

Imaging Focal Plane Array (FPA) Infrared (IR) sensor with improved Infrared Counter-Countermeasures (IRCCM)

-

Control -

Class -

Weight (lbs.) - Length (in.) - Diameter (in.) -

Weight (lbs.) - Length (in.) - Diameter (in.) -
Weight (lbs.) - Length (in.) - Diameter (in.) -

Seeker - high off-boresight acquisition/launch Fixed forward wings with new tail Control Actuation Section (CAS) incorporating Jet Vane Control (JVC), within visual range to near beyond visual range Air Intercept Missile

Section (CAS) incorporating Jet Vane Control (JVC), within visual range to near beyond visual range Air
Section (CAS) incorporating Jet Vane Control (JVC), within visual range to near beyond visual range Air

188

119

5

Wing Span (in.) -13.9

Fin Span (in.) - Warhead - Explosive - Fuze - Propulsion -

17.5

20.8 lbs. Annular Blast/Fragmentation (WDU-17/B) 7.9 lbs. PBXN-3 Contact and Active Optical (DSU-36/B and DSU-37/B) Supersonic MK 139 MOD 0/MOD 1 Solid Rocket

- Maneuverability - Thrust Vector Control

Carriage Options:

Threshold Aircraft:

Launcher:

F-15C-D

LAU-128A/A

F/A-18C-D

LAU-127E/A

Objective Aircraft:

F-16C-D

LAU-129A/A

F-15E (est 2015)

LAU-128A/A, D/A

F/A-18E-F

LAU-127C/A, F/A

F-22A (Internal) (est 2014)

LAU-141/A

F-35 (External) (est 2013)

Advanced Rail Launcher

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Contractor / Status / Improvements / Special Equipment:

Contractor - Status - Improvements -

Special Equipment - TTU-574 Test Program Set and GYQ-79 Common Munitions Bit Reprogramming Equipment (CMBRE)

Raytheon Missile Systems Company, Tucson, AZ Full Rate Production, FMS (8 Countries) AIM-9X BLK II, DT FY09, OT FY10

Management/Engineering:

OPR: Joint USAF/USN Program, USN Lead Service USN - NAVAIRSYSCOM PMA-259, NAS Patuxent River, MD USAF - 328 ARSG (AF), Eglin AFB, FL, Support Activity:

USN - NAWC-WD, Code: 47J320D, China Lake CA USAF - 575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB GA

Technical Order: 21M-AIM9X-2

Code: 47J320D, China Lake CA USAF - 575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB GA Technical Order: 21M-AIM9X-2 AIM-9X-1

AIM-9X-1

Code: 47J320D, China Lake CA USAF - 575 CBSS/GBLD, Robins AFB GA Technical Order: 21M-AIM9X-2 AIM-9X-1

AIM-9X-2