-MPLRCM Multi-Purpose Longe Range Cruise Missle-
in order to provide a low observable conventional cruise missile.with Key characteristics included long-range, autonomous guidance, automatic target recognition, and precision accuracy with a warhead able to destroy a well-protected structure.
The Multi-Purpose Longe Range Cruise Missle (MPLRCM) was a joint service program with the Air Force as the lead service. The program objective was to develop a family of highly survivable, conventional, stealthy cruise missiles to satisfy tri-service requirements to effectively engage a variety of high value land and sea targets. The MPLRCM is a modular stealth cruise missile which can employ several payloads and guidance systems to engage the required targets. All variants use a GPS aided inertial navigation system. The Navy and Air Force (unitary variant) missiles used an imaging infrared terminal sensor for autonomous recognition and homing on fixed land targets and sea targets. The other Air Force variant contained the Combined Effects Bomblet (CEB) submunition to attack land targets. The MPLRCM can easily be mounted on B-52H, F-16C/D, B-1 and B-2 and the Navy’s F/A-18C/D, and most other aircraft includeing the P-3
Length: 4.3 m (14 ft)
Wingspan: 2.5 m (8 ft 4 in)
Weight: 900 kg (2000 lb)
Range: 925 km (500 nm)
Propulsion: Williams F122-WR-100 turbofan
Warhead: 450 kg (1000 lb) unitary penetrator, Conventional or Nuclear payload as well as easily modified for use with Chemical or Biological Agents; alternative: dispenser with BLU-97/B bomblets
Cost per unit: $728,000
-JANSWS Joint Anti- Nuclear/WMD Weapon System "Puma"-
Are you tired of Nuclear threats? wish you could just rip the nuclear arsenal right out from under your enemies feet? or just want to find a away to humble the millions of ignorant n00bs with too much time and not enough brains... well the The JANSWS High speed Low Observability (see MPLRCM) Cruise Missile is for you! just designate a GPS Co-Ordinate in enemy territory and launch, they will each independently search a 100 mile square area (at and around the co-ordinate), or can be set to search as a multi-unit pack increasing effectiveness, not to mention that they can search for 24 hours(barring its possible destruction by AAA) due to the nearly silent, and highly efficient turbofan.
The JANSWS is a 5,000-pound High speed TERCOM guided conventional munitions that uses a 4,400-pound penetrating warhead to destroy ICBM's in their silos long before they can be used against an ally or anyone for the matter. The bombs are modified Army artillery tubes, weigh 4,637 pounds, and contain 630 pounds of high explosives. the Cruise Missile is directed to a map Co-Ordinate where it begins its search for silos ( it uses IR, EMS, and Chemical Sensors to detect the presence of a Silo) and penetrate deeply into the structure detonating after significant delay destroying the fueling systems and damaging the MIRV or Warhead of the ICBM, as well as damaging the silo itself requiring a large amount of time and resources before it can be used again (as well as any other nasty possible 'unforeseen' disasters specifically in reference to the use of Chemical weapon warheads). The JANSWS has inertial and terrain contour matching (TERCOM) radar guidance. The TERCOM radar uses a stored map reference to compare with the actual terrain to determine the missile's position. If necessary, a course correction is then made to place the missile on course to the target. Terminal guidance in the target area is provided by the optical Digital Scene Matching Area Correlation (DSMAC) system, which compares a stored image of target with the actual target image. Each JANSWS is 20.5 inches in diameter and almost 19 feet long.
Primary Function: Long-range subsonic cruise missile for Pre-emptive destruction of ICBM's Contractor: Phoenix Industries Incorporated, Telcordia Power Plant: Williams International F107-WR-402 cruise turbo-fan engine; solid-fuel booster Length: 19 feet 3 inches (5.56 meters); with booster: 20 feet 6 inches (6.25 meters) Weight: 8,650 pounds (1192.5 kg); 9,200 pounds (1440 kg) with booster Diameter: 20.5 inches (51.81 cm) Wing Span: 9 feet 11 inches (2.67 meters) Range: conventional warhead: 600 nautical miles (690 statute miles, 1104 km) Speed: Subsonic - about 550 mph (880 km/h) Guidance System: Inertial, DSMAC, and TERCOM Cost per Unit: $1,000,000