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AGM114

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(documentation AGM114 EnglishLanguage "AGM-114 Hellfire (Helicopter launched fire-and-forget) is a U.S. air-to-ground missile system designed to defeat tanks and other individual targets while minimizing the exposure of the launch vehicle to enemy fire. Hellfire uses laser guidance and is designed to accept other guidance packages. It is used on helicopters against heavily armored vehicles at longer standoff distances than any other U.S. Army missiles now in the inventory. The Hellfire II is the optimized version of the laser family of Hellfire missiles. The Longbow Hellfire Modular Missile System is an air-launched, radar aided, inertially guided missile that utilizes millimeter-wave radar technology. Despite the expanded acronym, most versions of the Hellfire missile are not truly fire-and-forget -- all the laser-guided versions require constant illumination or painting of the target from launch to impact. The AGM-114L is a true fire-and-forget weapon: it requires no further guidance after launch and can hit its target without the launcher being in line of sight of the target. The Hellfire (along with the Maverick and the air-launched TOW) was to be replaced by the Joint Common Missile (JCM) around 2011. The JCM was developed with a tri-mode seeker and a multi-purpose warhead that would combine the capabilities of the several Hellfire variants. In the budget for FY2006, the US Department of Defense canceled a number of projects that they felt no longer warranted continuation based on their cost effectiveness, including the JCM. Due to the U.S. military's continuing need for a proven precision-strike aviation weapon in the interim until a successor to the JCM is fielded, as well as extensive foreign sales, it is likely the Hellfire will be in service for many years. (from Wikipedia)") MilitaryDevices.kif 1205-1230
(externalImage AGM114 "http://www.adampease.org/Articulate/SUMOpictures/ pictures/ armed_services/ missles_bombs/ AGM-65.png") pictureList.kif 207-207
(subclass AGM114 AGM) MilitaryDevices.kif 1202-1202
(subclass AGM114 AntiArmorWeapon) MilitaryDevices.kif 1204-1204
(subclass AGM114 BeamRidingGMissile) MilitaryDevices.kif 1203-1203

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(termFormat EnglishLanguage AGM114 "AG m114") domainEnglishFormat.kif 1412-1412
(termFormat EnglishLanguage AGM114 "AGM-114 Hellfire missile") MilitaryDevices.kif 2071-2071

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(=>
    (instance ?AGM114 AGM114)
    (and
        (length ?AGM114
            (MeasureFn 1.63 Meter))
        (width ?AGM114
            (MeasureFn 0.71 Meter))
        (height ?AGM114
            (MeasureFn 0.71 Meter))
        (weight ?AGM114
            (MeasureFn 45 Kilogram))
        (effectiveRange ?AGM114
            (MeasureFn 8 Kilometer))))
MilitaryDevices.kif 1234-1246

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(=>
    (instance ?AH1 AH1)
    (and
        (weaponCarryingCapability ?AH1 M197GatlingGun 1)
        (weaponCarryingCapability ?AH1 AntiTankMissile 4)
        (weaponCarryingCapability ?AH1 AGM114 8)
        (weaponCarryingCapability ?AH1 AIM9 1)))
MilitaryDevices.kif 1915-1921


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