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Sunday, October 2, 2011

Aircraft Weapons

This page lists the various weapons used by air forces around the world.
 
Aircraft cannons:
 
  • ADEN cannon (UK)
  • Becker (Germany)
  • Berezin B-20 (USSR)
  • Berezin BS/UB (USSR)
  • BK 3.7 cannon (37mm) (Germany)
  • BK 5 cannon (50mm) (Germany)
  • BK 7.5 cannon (75mm) (Germany)
  • Breda-SAFAT machine gun (Italy)
  • Browning Model 1919 machine gun (United States)
  • Colt Mk 12 cannon (United States)
  • DEFA cannon (France)
  • GAU-7 cannon (United States)
  • GAU-8 Avenger (United States)
  • GAU-12 Equalizer (United States)
  • GIAT 30 (France)
  • Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-23L (Russia)
  • Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-6-23 (Russia)
  • Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-6-30 (Russia)
  • Gryazev-Shipunov/Izhmash GSh-30-1 (Russia)
  • Gryazev-Shipunov GSh-30-2 (Russia)
  • Shipunov 2A42 (Russia)
  • Hispano 20 mm cannon (Switzerland)
  • Lewis gun (USA/UK)
  • M2 .50 calibre Browning machine gun (United States)
  • M4 cannon (United States)
  • M39 cannon (United States)
  • M61 Vulcan (United States)
  • M134 Mini Gun (United States)
  • M197 Gatling gun (United States)
  • MAC 1934 (France)
  • Mauser BK-27 (Germany)
  • MG 151 cannon (Germany)
  • MG 15 machine gun (Germany)
  • MG 17 machine gun (Germany)
  • MG 131 machine gun (Germany)
  • MG FF cannon (Germany)
  • MK 103 cannon (Germany)
  • MK 108 cannon (Germany)
  • Parabellum MG14 (Germany)
  • Nudelman-Suranov NS-23 (Russia)
  • Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 (Austria-Hungary)
  • ShKAS machine gun (Russia)
  • ShVAK cannon (Russia)
  • Spandau machine gun (Germany)
  • Type 1 machine gun (Japan)
  • Type 2 machine gun (Japan)
  • Type 92 machine gun (Japan)
  • Type 99 cannon (Japan)
  • Vickers machine gun (UK)
  • Vickers K aka VGO (UK)
  • Vickers S (UK)
  • Volkov-Yartsev VYa-23 (USSR)
  • 75 mm gun (T13E1 / M5) (United States)

Air-dropped bombs

  • AASM (France)
  • AN-22 bomb (France)
  • AN-52 bomb (French tactical nuclear bomb)
  • B28 nuclear bomb See
  • Mark 28 nuclear bomb
  • B39 nuclear bomb
  • B41 nuclear bomb
  • B46 nuclear bomb
  • B43 nuclear bomb
  • B53 nuclear bomb
  • B57 nuclear bomb
  • B61 nuclear bomb
  • B90 nuclear bomb
  • Daisy cutter (BLU-82B)
  • BLU-107 Durandal
  • BLU-108
  • BLU-109
  • BLU-114/B "Soft-Bomb"
  • BLU-116
  • Blue Danube nuclear bomb (UK)
  • Disney bomb - rocket propelled "bunker buster"
  • Fritz X
  • GBU-10 Paveway 2000lbs
  • GBU-12 Paveway 500lbs
  • GBU-15
  • EGBU-15
  • GBU-24 Paveway III
  • GBU-28
  • HGK (Hassas Gudum Kiti - Precision Guidance Kit) Turkey
  • HOPE/HOSBO
  • Joint Direct Attack Munition (JDAM)
  • Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW)
  • Mark 2 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 4 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 5 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 6 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 7 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 8 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 10 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 11 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 12 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 15 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 15/39 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 18 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 24 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 28 nuclear bomb
  • Mark 77 bomb Napalm bomb
  • Mark 81 bomb
  • Mark 82 bomb
  • Mark 83 bomb
  • Mark 84 bomb
  • Mark 90 Betty nuclear depth bomb
  • Mark 101 NDB nuclear depth bomb
  • Mark 105 Hotpoint bomb U.S. Navy tactical laydown bomb.
  • Massive Ordnance Air Blast bomb
  • Matra Durandal
  • Flechette (WWI)
  • Ranken dart (WWI British)
  • Blockbuster bomb (WWII British, also known as "cookies")
  • Bouncing bomb (WWII British)
  • SC250 bomb (WWII Germany)
  • Tallboy bomb (WWII British, "earthquake bomb")
  • Grand Slam bomb (WWII British, "earthquake" bomb)
  • T-12 Cloud Maker (44,000 lb U.S. development of the Grand Slam bomb)
  • Butterfly bomb
  • Blue Rosette (UK strategic nuclear bomb for a supersonic bomber)
  • Red Beard nuclear weapon (UK tactical nuclear bomb)
  • Violet Club (UK emergency strategic nuclear bomb)
  • Interim Megaton Weapon (UK emergency strategic nuclear bomb)
  • WE.177A (UK dual-purpose tactical nuclear bomb and nuclear depth bomb)
  • WE.177B (UK strategic nuclear bomb)
  • WE.177C (UK tactical nuclear bomb)
  • Yellow Sun Mk.1 (UK strategic nuclear bomb)
  • Yellow Sun Mk.2 (UK strategic nuclear bomb)
Air-launched missiles

  • AGM-28 Hound Dog (USA)
  • AGM-65 Maverick (USA)
  • AGM-69 SRAM (USA)
  • AGM-84 Harpoon (A-D See SLAM) (United States)
  • AGM-86 ALCM (USA)
  • AGM-88 HARM (USA)
  • AGM-114 Hellfire
  • AGM-122 Sidearm
  • AGM-129 Advanced Cruise Missile
  • AGM-130
  • AGM-142 Raptor
  • AGM-154 JSOW
  • AGM-158 JASSM
  • AIM-4 Falcon
  • AIM-7 Sparrow
  • AIM-9 Sidewinder
  • AIM-47 Falcon
  • AIM-54 Phoenix
  • AIM-120 AMRAAM
  • AIM-132 ASRAAM
  • Air-Sol Moyenne Portée (France)
  • ALARM (UK)
  • AS.34 Kormoran (Germany)
  • Astra BVRAAM (India)
  • BGM-71 TOW
  • Blue Steel missile
  • Fairey Fireflash
  • Fairey Firestreak
  • FIM-92 Stinger (ATAS version)
  • Hawker Siddeley Red Top
  • IRIS-T (Germany)
  • MBDA Exocet (France)
  • MBDA Meteor (Europe)
  • MBDA MICA (Europe)
  • MBDA Magic II (France)
  • PARS 3 LR (Germany)
  • Kongsberg Penguin (AGM-119) (Norway)
  • R550 Magic (France)
  • R-73 AA-11 Archer (Russia)
  • Raduga KS-1 Komet (Russia)
  • Rafael Python 5 (Israel)
  • Red Dean
  • Red Hebe
  • Red Top
  • Skybolt ALBM
  • Skyflash (UK)
  • Standoff Land Attack Missile (SLAM AGM-84E,H,K) (United States)
  • Storm Shadow (UK)
  • Super 530 (France)
  • Taurus KEPD 350 (Germany)
  • Vympel K-13 (Russia)
  • Vympel R-23 (Russia)
  • Vympel R-27 (Russia)
  • Vympel R-33 (Russia)
  • Vympel R-73 (Russia)
  • Vympel R-77 (Russia)
  • X-4 missile (Germany WW2)
  • SD-10
Air-launched rockets
  • AIR-2 Genie(USA)
  • Hydra 70
  • HVAR rocket
  • CRV7 (Canada)
  • Le Prieur rocket
  • R4M rocket
  • RP-3
  • RS-82, RS-132, M-8, M-13
  • SNEB 68 mm rocket projectile
  • Oerlikon SNORA and SURA-D type rockets
  • Air-launched torpedoes
  • Mark 44 torpedo
  • Mark 46 torpedo
  • Stingray torpedo (UK)
  • Pentane torpedo (UK)
  • MU90 Impact (EU)
  • Type 91 torpedo (WW II Japan)
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