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Also Known As: Brilliant Anti-armor Submunition
Origin: United States of America
Northrop Grumman and Raytheon
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Description: The BAT submunition uses passive infrared and acoustic sensors to find, attack and destroy moving tanks and armored vehicles deep in enemy territory. The BAT is an autonomous weapon capable of detecting, tracking, attack and destroy moving targets through its seekers. It can operate under adverse weather conditions day and night. The BAT is in fact an unpowered aerodynamically stable glider.
BAT will be carried into hostile territory through US Army's ATACMS Block II tactical ballistic missile, also known as ATACMS-BAT, with a ratio of 13 per ATACMS missile. BAT's potential target is massed moving armor.
Length: 910 millimeter (35.8 inch)
Wingspan: 140 millimeter (5.51 inch)
Weight: 20 kilogram (44 pound)
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