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Origin: United States of America
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Description: The GBU-15 is a combat-proven guided bomb capable of destroying the most hardened targets. During the Gulf War (1991) the GBU-15 demonstrated its capabilities against Saddam Hussein's regime. It was developed to be released from the F-111 and the F-4, currently is released from the F-15E Strike Eagle aircraft.
The GBU-15 consists of modular components attached to either a Mk 84 general purpose bomb or BLU-109 penetrating warhead. Each GBU-15 has a forward guidance section, warhead adapter section, control module, airfoil components and a weapon data link. The weapon can attack using the direct attack mode, which means the pilot locks the weapon onto the target and the GBU-15 guides itself to the target, and the indirect attack mode, which means the pilot must guide actively the GBU-15 bomb via the data-link to the selected target.
The GBU-15(V)1/B was deployed in 1983 and features a TV guidance system. During 1999 to 2000 a large number of GBU-15 bombs were upgraded to the EGBU-15 standard which adds a GPS/INS navigation unit for higher precision strikes. As of early 2011, the remaining EGBU-15 guided bombs are available for the F-15E aircraft with the GBU-15 model inventory being completely depleted.
Diameter: 460 millimeter (18.1 inch)
Length: 3.92 meter (154 inch)
Wingspan: 1.50 meter (59 inch)
Max Launch Altitude: 9,150 meter (30,020 foot)
Max Range: 15 nautical mile (17.3 mile)
Min Range: 5 nautical mile (9.26 kilometer)
Weight: 2,500 pound (1,134 kilogram)
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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