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AGM-62 Walleye I glide bomb

Country of Origin: USA


The AGM-62 Walleye glide bomb was one of the first "smart bombs" to enter U.S. service. It was developed to take advantage of then-new TV guidance technology that would yield the accuracy of a guided weapon without requiring the launch aircraft to fly toward the target until the bomb's impact.

The missile is a tapered cylinder with an ogival nose and glass window with cruciform long-chord, cropped delta wings on the afterbody and full-span control surfaces on the trailing edge.


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