21 Oktober 2010

Joint Stand Off Weapons Trials in Woomera

21 Oktober 2010

Super Hornet carrying AGM-154C Joint Standoff Weapon on transit to Woomera Test Range, South Australia. (all photos : Australian DoD)

Australia’s new Super Hornets are testing their deployment capabilities as No. 1 Squadron conduct their first live weapon trials at the Woomera Test Range, north of Adelaide. Five F/A-18F Super Hornets and about 100 aircrew, maintenance and support personnel from No. 1 Squadron will operate from RAAF Edinburgh during the squadron’s first deployment away from their main operating base at RAAF Amberley, Queensland.
Screen grabs from a Sony HD video camera, of the targets after the impact of the AGM-154C Joint Standoff Weapon fired from a Super Hornet during firing at Woomera Test Range.

Screen grabs from a Sony HD video camera, of the release of the AGM-154C Joint Standoff Weapon from a Super Hornet during firing at Woomera Test Range.
Screen grabs from a Sony HD video camera, of the AGM-154C Joint Standoff Weapon in flight during firing at Woomera Test Range.

Screen grabs from a Sony HD video camera, of the AGM-154C Joint Standoff Weapon impacting a target during firing at Woomera Test Range.

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