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AGM-154 Joint Standoff Weapon [JSOW]


Specifications
Mission Close air support, interdiction, amphibious strike and anti-surface warfare
Variants AGM-154A
Baseline
AGM-154B
Anti-Armor
AGM-154C
Unitary
Service Navy and Air Force Navy and Air Force Navy
Contractor Raytheon [Texas Instruments]
Targets Mobile soft, fixed soft Mobile hard, mobile soft Fixed hard, maritime surface
First capability 1997 2001 2002
2004
Guidance method GPS/INS JSOW airframe -- GPS/INS
BLU-108 submunitions -- two-color infrared sensors
GPS/INS with a terminal seeker and man- in-the-loop data link
Range 12 nm (24km) Low altitude launch (unpowered)
40 nm (64 km) High altitude launch (unpowered)
120 nm (200 km) Powered
Weight From 1065 pounds (483 kilograms) to 1500 pounds (681 kilograms) depending upon the payload, sensor and propulsion combination.
Circular Error Probable
Development cost $417.9 million $227.8 million $452.4 million
Production cost $2,909.7 million $1,805.7 million $5,155.9 million
Total acquisition cost $3,327.6 million $2,033.5 million $5,608.3 million
Acquisition unit cost $282,000 $484,167 $719,012
Production unit cost $246,585 $429,929 $661,013
Quantity Navy: 8,800;
Air Force: 3,000
Navy: 1,200;
Air Force: 3,000
Navy 7,800
Platforms B-1, F-16, F-15E, F/A-18C/D, F/A-18E/F, AV-8B, P-3, S-3 B-1, F-16 C/D, F-15E, F/A-18C/D, F/A-18E/F, AV-8B, P-3, S-3 F/A-18C/D, F/A-18E/F, AV-8B, P-3, S-3



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