AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapon [JSOW]
- FY2003 Report for the Office of the Director, Operational Test & Evaluation [19 MB PDF]
- DOT&E FY01 Annual Report
- JSOW to come with 20-year bumper-to-bumper warranty Tester March 26, 1998 -- PMA-201 Conventional Strike Weapons Program Office has obtained a "20-year, bumper-to-bumper warranty" for the Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) when it goes into production later this year.
- Navy tests foreign warhead Tester June 11, 1998 -- The Conventional Strike Weapons Program Office, PMA-201, has completed testing of the Bomb Royal Ordnance Augmenting Charge (BROACH) warhead manufactured by British Aerospace, Royal Ordnance Division to determine their application to the JSOW Unitary.
- Navy Completes Tests Of Foreign Warhead June 15, 1998 --- The Conventional Strike Weapons Program Office PMA-201 has completed testing of the Bomb Royal Ordnance Augmenting Charge (BROACH) warhead manufactured by British Aerospace, Royal Ordnance Division. The tests demonstrated the blast, fragmentation and penetration capabilities of the warheads, and assessed their insensitive munitions performance to determine their application to the JSOW Unitary, Standoff Land Attack Missile.
- Navy Accepts First Joint Standoff Weapon - July 29, 1998 -- The first-production Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) rolled out at the right price, on time and exceeding expectations. The operator-friendly test models were deployed aboard the USS Nimitz last year and are now deployed on the USS Eisenhower.
- Navy accepts first Joint Standoff Weapon Tester July 23, 1998 -- The operator-friendly test models were deployed aboard the USS Nimitz last year and are now deployed on the USS Eisenhower.
- JSOW successful in first joint exercise The Rocketeer 3 September 1998 -- AGM-154A Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) made its first-ever appearance in joint training operations.
- JSOW scores first combat success The Weaponeer 4 February 1999 -- Three successful Joint Stand-Off Weapon (JSOW) AGM-154A missions were conducted in the Persian Gulf area during the week of Jan. 24 by an on-station Carrier Air Group.
- JSOW and JDAM Revolutionize Strike Warfare NAVAIR Public Affairs March 1999 -- When CVW-11 deployed in November 1998, the wing's F/A-18 Hornet squadrons (VFA-22 and VFA-94) did not have the mission computer hardware and software upgrades to allow them to use the recently produced JSOWs. To overcome this, a fully tested, but unreleased version, of the JSOW software was rapidly tested and proven to work.
- Naval Weapons Test Squadron provides direct support to combat operations The Weaponeer 1 April 1999 -- In response to an urgent fleet request from the USS Carl Vinson battle group in the Persian Gulf, LCdr. Mike Murphy, of NWTSCL, was tasked to assist in accelerating the deployment of baseline Joint Standoff Weapons (JSOW) to be used against Iraqi missile sites.
- WD Supports JSOW on Kittyhawk The Weaponeer on June 24, 1999 -- One shipment of weapons was coming from an ammunition depot in Oklahoma, and the other contained weapons being transferred from USS Carl Vinson. The delivery schedule for the JSOWs, however, was classified.
- JSOW honored with Daedalians' weapon System award The Weaponeer July 8, 1999 -- The award went to the U.S. Navy as the executive service for NAVAIR's Conventional Strike Weapons Program Office, PMA-201, Joint Standoff Weapon Integrated Product Team in recognition of outstanding management in the development, production, testing and early combat employment of the JSOW by the U.S. Navy and Raytheon.
- JSOW shows lethality in Navy shipboard operations Tester September 30, 1999 - The first successful launch of an AGM-154B Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) with the PBXW-11 insensitive explosive occurred at Eglin Air Force Base, Fla, on Sept. 16.
- Endurance flight test clears way for B-52 JSOW launch Tester November 11, 1999 -- The Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) Program reached another milestone Friday with the execution of the B-52 JSOW endurance flight test. This clears the way for the first-ever JSOW launch from the B-52, planned for mid-November.
- Live Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) Tested On B-2, TEAM Public Affairs, 08 March 2000 -- Members of the Whiteman B-2 Test Team recently tested and evaluated the latest B-2 software upgrade and the Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) in a series of missions over the Utah Test and Training Range.
- Navy's JSOW-C Approved for Full Rate Production Navy NewsStand 06 Jan 2005
- Raytheon Delivers Joint Standoff Weapon on Schedule for Five Consecutive Years Raytheon 09 Oct 2006
- JSOW Alpha Contracting Case Study (Software Version) Dr. Mark E. Nissen, Naval Postgraduate School -- As a step toward simplification and streamlining, the Navy team at China Lake took the technical lead on the BLU-97 weapon system, the primary integration of which was planned for the Navy F/A-18. Likewise, the Air Force team at Eglin took the lead on the BLU-108 variant, the primary integration of which was planned for the F-16. The Navy team also took the technical lead on the Unitary variant.
- JOINT STANDOFF WEAPON (JSOW) FY 96 DOT&E Annual Report
- Raytheon Rolls Out First Production AGM-154A Joint Standoff Weapon, July 8,1998
- Texas Instruments' AGM-154 JSOW in Production Dallas, Texas (February 18, 1997) News Release DS97101
- Texas Instruments Defense Systems & Electronics AGM-154 JSOW Continues Successful Test Program DALLAS (April 2, 1996) News Release DS96111
- RAYTHEON TI SYSTEMS, INC. AGM-154A JOINT STAND-OFF WEAPON RECOMMENDED FOR FLEET RELEASE Lewisville, Texas (December 15, 1997) NEWS RELEASE DS97123
- Navy's JSOW Program
- Rapid Alignment Prototype
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