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ATACMS Block II
Initial Operational Capability (IOC):
Also Known As: M39A2
Origin: United States of America
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Description: The ATACMS (Army Tactical Missile System) is a theater short range ballistic missile launched form the M270 MLRS and/or HIMARS artillery systems. It provides attack capability beyond the range of current howitzer and rocket systems. Each M270 artillery system can accommodate up to two Army TACMS missiles replacing 12 227mm rockets, six rockets per TACMS. TACMS is specially well suited to attack high payoff, time sensitive targets. The ATACMS ballistic missile was employed for the first time in 1991 during the Gulf War military campaign in Kuwait and Iraq. The US Army has great confidence in the TACMS family of tactical missiles which provide long range, precision attack against a wide range of targets.
The ATACMS Block II retains the Block I guidance system but features reduced range and an entirely new payload. Block II payload consists of 13 BAT submunitions, or even the improved model BAT P3I, designed to destroy moving and stationary armored targets.
ATACMS Block II Applications
ATACMS Block II Specifications
Number of Stages: 1
Diameter: 610 millimeter (24.0 inch)
Length: 4 meter (157 inch)
Max Range: 140 kilometer (76 nautical mile)
Service Life: 20 year
CEP: Circular Error Probable
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ATACMS Block II News
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16 Jun 2005 and 29 Mar 2016
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