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Hi,

 

After testing GBU-24 with the F-18, I have the feeling that the release range is quite short, comparable to what a Paveway II bomb would do.

By design, Paveway III LGBs are much more efficient than the previous generation, gliding a lot more, and thus giving us the ability to shoot for longer distances.
The TOF is therefore quite short as well: a 40'' TOF from 20k feet seems quite normal for a Paveway II, but it's very short for a Paveway III at the same altitude.
Could we have someone looking at this?

 

For example, FAS.org gives us an idea of these ranges.

 

gbu24_15.gif

 

Thanks!


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Hi, 

 

we are working on a new autopilot for the GBU-24, please consider it work in progress at the moment.

 

thank you

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28 minutes ago, BIGNEWY said:

Hi, 

 

we are working on a new autopilot for the GBU-24, please consider it work in progress at the moment.

 

thank you

 

Is this a current high prio for January or something for after "EA" completion?

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