The US Navy received new guided bombs

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The US Navy has adopted a new high-precision bombs. According to the portal navaltoday.com, US military assigned JSOW C-1 guided bombs full operational readiness status.

The US Navy received new guided bombs




JSOW C-1 bombs were first tested in April 2015, and a year later they received the status of initial operational readiness. Today it became known that the command of the US Navy confirmed all the capabilities of ammunition declared by the manufacturer. In addition, the Defense Ministry indicates that all US Navy airborne squadrons are already armed with new bombs.

The Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) C-1 is a medium-range guided aerial bomb. It can be equipped with various types of warheads, while the guidance system supports "command" retargeting (dropping is carried out from one aircraft, guides - another). A "smart" bomb can hit both stationary and mobile targets. In addition, a JSOW extended-range (JSOW-ER) modification was developed for the American army, using a Pratt & Whitney TJ-150 turbojet engine to increase the flight range. "Warspot".
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  1. 0
    October 13 2017
    Already with a turbojet engine, about how. Oversight will now be even easier. You can also fast-boost-reverse-UVT add. Yes, here modernization for decades.
  2. +4
    October 13 2017
    If you bomb with such bombs, you will remain without pants!
    1. +2
      October 13 2017
      They have a magical printing press. wink
      1. +4
        October 13 2017
        Quote: bouncyhunter
        They have a magic printing press.


        only with them?
        why then everyone does not print candy wrappers until they lose consciousness if it is so simple?
        1. +3
          October 13 2017
          Remember what is the global currency - that’s the answer to your question.
          1. +1
            October 13 2017
            Quote: bouncyhunter
            Remember what is the global currency - that’s the answer to your question.


            You’ve got a vicious circle.
            The dollar is the world currency because it prints a lot and it prints a lot because the world currency.

            why America and not Spain or Britain is now steering?
            1. +1
              October 14 2017
              Mark Avellyevich !!! Why don’t you get the shekels in exchange for the dollars. Iron exchange !!!!
        2. +3
          October 13 2017
          Quote: Maki Avellievich
          why then everyone does not print candy wrappers until they lose consciousness if it is so simple?

          for this it is necessary that the world financial centers bend as it was under the Bretton Woods agreements. Formally, this gives some advantages and simplifies international payments, but control of the machine by one country will inevitably lead to abuse. Given that the dollar is not formally owned by the United States, but is a derivative of a private Fed company, it is natural that the abuse turned into outright fraud.
        3. +2
          October 13 2017
          Quote: Maki Avellievich
          why then everyone does not print candy wrappers until they lose consciousness if it is so simple?

          Because there will be a depreciation of the currency. And what the Americans are doing is inflating an “evergreen” bubble under an oil film. Moreover, if someone begins to oppose this (Hussein, Gaddafi), he is declared the persona non-grata and sent to the scrap.
          1. 0
            October 14 2017
            Quote: Kurare
            Because there will be a depreciation of the currency. And what the Americans are doing is inflating an “evergreen” bubble under an oil film.


            for those sitting in a tank - what prevents in this case each country producing oil from printing "under the oil film"?
            1. 0
              October 14 2017
              Gaddafi's memories
            2. +2
              October 14 2017
              Quote: Maki Avellievich
              ... to every oil producing country ...

              Producing oil does not mean controlling its sale. The dollar just for a very long time was the ONLY means (currency) for the purchase and sale of oil. This is a breakdown of the entire purchase and sale system. In addition, and this must be paid tribute to the creators of such a system, due to its stability, when switching to an excellent system from the dollar one, sellers / buyers have additional risks.

              Never look at a currency called USD only as a currency, in its classical sense. For a long time there is no DOLLAR, there is only NEFTEDOLLAR.
      2. +1
        October 13 2017
        Quote: bouncyhunter
        They have a magical printing press.
        - This machine prevents them from thinking. And Lafa ends ...
        1. +1
          October 13 2017
          And they again raise the level of public debt. Yes
    2. 0
      October 13 2017
      oldseaman1957 .......If you bomb with such bombs, you will be left without pants!

      They sew pants on the same machine that prints their tugriks.
    3. +1
      October 13 2017
      Already more than 30000 have made such bombs - an excellent tool for the destruction of air defense systems.
  3. +4
    October 13 2017
    Judging by the size, it is created taking into account the capabilities of the F-35.
    1. 0
      October 13 2017
      Aron Zawi Today, 09:51 New
      Judging by the size, it is created taking into account the capabilities of the F-35.

      it is doubtful that she will enter the inner compartment of light.
      1. 0
        October 13 2017
        Quote: Soho

        it is doubtful that she will enter the inner compartment of light.

        With folded wings should go in.
      2. +3
        October 13 2017
        All aircraft ammunition (except the largest) are now “sharpened" under the internal compartment of the F-35.
      3. +5
        October 13 2017
        Here is the F-35, dropping JSOW (there is a video)
  4. +5
    October 13 2017
    Poor weddings, tractors and transformer booths. They definitely cannot escape American retaliation
  5. 0
    October 13 2017
    What is the price of this flying bomb? Is this price commensurate with the price of the target hit? and will there be any economic sense from its application? because there are just small rockets
    1. +3
      October 13 2017
      Quote: seregatara1969
      What is the price of this flying bomb? Is this price commensurate with the price of the target hit? and will there be any economic sense from its application? because there are just small rockets

      A quick victory over the enemy will justify any price.
      At this rate of US development, we will soon be like natives, we have almost all Soviet-style weapons.
      1. +1
        October 13 2017
        Quote: Chestnut
        we have almost all Soviet-style weapons.

        And what should it be? NATO tunnels? laughing
  6. +5
    October 13 2017
    A smart bomb can
    Well, what is she "smart", if it resolves itself out of the plane, but to throw it without a parachute? Fool, fool ...
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    1. +1
      October 13 2017
      We also have a similar device - called Thunder-2, caliber 250 kg. It can also be equipped with an engine, then it is Thunder-1 with a warhead mass of 130 kg and a range of 280 km. They say a very accurate thing, and can fly into the window.
    2. 0
      October 13 2017
      Quote from rudolf
      And when we utilize bundles of almost gold KR 3M14, coupled with the X-101 in sheds and garages, this is normal, this is combat training.

      Our main adversary is NATO, not the Papuans. Devices involving the use of enemy air defense in the zone of operation are not particularly needed. Therefore, the emphasis on missiles that need to be able to be used, so yes - combat training.
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        1. +1
          October 13 2017
          Quote from rudolf
          And for NATO, which state is the main military adversary? Papuania?

          Anyone unable to give a fitting rebuff.
          Quote from rudolf
          And now we are fighting with Syria, with NATO?

          No, but this is not a reason to refuse to improve weapons intended for war with a technologically advanced enemy. And also no reason to spend money on organizing the production of anti-gun weapons.
          We already have capable bombs, but it’s great for Papuans and cast-iron.
        2. 0
          October 13 2017
          Quote from rudolf
          Not combat training with us, but window dressing. Very expensive window dressing

          The advance of the Syrian army suggests otherwise.
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        3. 0
          October 14 2017
          in Syria there is a running-in of personnel and armaments, everything has already been rolled around a lot of times, so for them the MA is redundant, since the flyers can all and targets without air defense.
  8. +2
    October 13 2017
    US Navy adopts new precision bombs

    They boast of their high-precision weapons, but they constantly bomb civilians
    Or maybe so conceived?
    1. +2
      October 13 2017
      The building density is too high in the Arab countries, streets are generally barely able to separate. Unfortunately, civilian casualties are inevitable, it would be better if the B-52 would cover areas like in Vietnam. In addition, where is the guarantee that from the moment the target designation is issued and even during the flight of the means of destruction, no one will be there by chance. And again, speaking about the WTO, it is not intended to exclude the tact of losses, but to reduce them.
      He can’t do without the WTO now.
    2. +3
      October 13 2017
      Statistically, the ratio of Americans killed during the bombing of militants to civilians is 1: 2 - 1: 3. This is very good. Israel had the best ratio of 1: 1,5
      In Russia during the bombing of the provinces of Idlib and Aleppo 1: 4 - 1: 5
      1. +4
        October 13 2017
        Thanks for the information, but can I have a link?
  9. 0
    October 13 2017
    Managed? winked "Hackers" forward!))
  10. +3
    October 13 2017
    It can be equipped with various types of warheads.

    ... this one with a cassette warhead
  11. 0
    October 13 2017
    And a cruise missile is a smart bomb with an engine. You can reset without an engine.
    1. +1
      October 13 2017
      They have a tactical cruise missile with a range of 1000 kilometers AGM 158
  12. 0
    October 14 2017
    Cool stuff.

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