Apache CWS
Notes: This is basically a smaller version of the MW-1, with the addition of wings and a guidance system for stand-off capability. Three types are available: Apache I, a gliding weapon with no engine; Apache II, a weapon with a rocket engine; and Apache III, with a jet engine for extended range. All munitions available for the MW-1 are used in the Apache. In addition, the Apache contains a 500-pound bomb to make one terminal attack.
1) KB-44: These are antiarmor bomblets. Each weighs 0.6 kg, and an Apache carries 4536 of them. Divide the number of targets by the number of bomblets to determine the number of attacks on each target, to a maximum of 10 attacks per target.
2) MIFF: These are antitank mines. Each weighs 3.2 kg, and an Apache carries 872 of them. This results in a minefield with a density of 0.02.
3) MUSA: This container drops APERS/AT mines designed to defeat personnel and light armor and soft skinned vehicles. Each weighs 4.2 kg, and the Apache carries 648 of them. This results in a minefield with a density of 0.02.
4) MUSPA: This is an area denial mine, fragmentation APERS mines designed to damage aircraft, soft skinned vehicles, and personnel. Each weighs 4.2 kg, and 648 of them are carried in an Apache, resulting in a minefield with a density of 0.02. The mines are acoustic; noise will set them off.
5) STABO: These are runway and roadway penetrators designed to crater a surface. A pilot charge blows a small hole, and then a larger charge is fired into the hole to create the runway. The charge is automatically considered tamped. Each charge weighs 17 kg, and the Apache carries 200 of them.
6) ASW: This is a STABO submunition that has a delay in the follow-on charge that detonates inside a penetrated structure. It is meant for buildings and bunkers. Divide the number of structures by the number of projectiles to determine the number of attacks against each structure, to a maximum of 10 per structure. Each charge weighs 17 kg, and the Apache carries 200 of them.
Twilight 2000 Notes: This weapon was used all over Europe, by NATO, US, French, and Italian forces.
Weapon |
Difficulty |
Guidance |
Weight |
Price |
Apache I |
Easy |
Inertial |
4500 kg |
$244,280 |
Apache II |
Easy |
Inertial/TFR |
4676 kg |
$245,670 |
Apache III |
Easy |
Inertial/TFR |
4754 kg |
$262,100 |
Weapon |
Speed |
Round |
Min Range |
Max Range |
Damage |
Pen |
Apache I/II/III ASW |
Glide/3040/1520 |
HEAT/HE |
1000 |
10/30/50 km |
(B400) C15 B30 |
40C |
Apache I/II/III KB-44 |
Glide/3040/1520 |
HEAT |
1000 |
10/30/50 km |
(B400) C4 B8 |
35C |
Apache I/II/III MIFF |
Glide/3040/1520 |
AT Mine |
1000 |
10/30/50 km |
(B200) C2 B4 |
36C |
Apache I/II/III MUSA |
Glide/3040/1520 |
AT/AP Mine |
1000 |
10/30/50 km |
(B200) C9 B15 |
18C |
Apache I/II/III MUSPA |
Glide/3040/1520 |
APERS Mine |
1000 |
10/30/50 km |
(B200) C15 B25 |
9C |
Apache I/II/III STABO |
Glide/3040/1520 |
HEAT/HE |
1000 |
10/30/50 km |
(B400) C7 B14 |
40C |
Apache I/II/III Bomb |
Glide 3040/1520 |
HE |
1000 |
10/30/50 km |
C125 B56 |
68C |
AS.37/AJ.168 Martel
Weapon |
Difficulty |
Guidance |
Weight |
Price |
AS.37 |
Easy |
Antiradiation |
550 kg |
$66255 |
AJ.168 |
Average |
TV |
550 kg |
$15055 |
Weapon |
Speed |
Round |
Min Range |
Max Range |
Damage |
Pen |
AS.37 |
1425 |
HE/FRAG |
1200 |
120000 |
C210 B206 |
106C |
AJ.168 |
1425 |
HE/FRAG |
1200 |
120000 |
C210 B206 |
106C |
MW-1 CWS (Container Weapon System)
Notes: This is not a missile, but rather a pod slung below the belly of US and NATO aircraft. The pod contains a large amount of various warhead types, saturating an area with bomblets or mines. An MW-1 can carry any one of six warhead types, with varying amounts of warheads depending on the type carried:
1) KB-44: These are antiarmor bomblets. Each weighs 0.6 kg, and an MW-1 carries 4536 of them. Divide the number of targets by the number of bomblets to determine the number of attacks on each target, to a maximum of 10 attacks per target.
2) MIFF: These are antitank mines. Each weighs 3.2 kg, and an MW-1 carries 872 of them. This results in a minefield with a density of 0.02.
3) MUSA: This container drops APERS/AT mines designed to defeat personnel and light armor and soft skinned vehicles. Each weighs 4.2 kg, and the MW-1 carries 648 of them. This results in a minefield with a density of 0.02.
4) MUSPA: This is an area denial mine, fragmentation APERS mines designed to damage aircraft, soft skinned vehicles, and personnel. Each weighs 4.2 kg, and 648 of them are carried in an MW-1, resulting in a minefield with a density of 0.02. The mines are acoustic; noise will set them off.
5) STABO: These are runway and roadway penetrators designed to crater a surface. A pilot charge blows a small hole, and then a larger charge is fired into the hole to create the runway. The charge is automatically considered tamped. Each charge weighs 17 kg, and the MW-1 carries 200 of them.
6) ASW: This is a STABO submunition that has a delay in the follow-on charge that detonates inside a penetrated structure. It is meant for buildings and bunkers. Divide the number of structures by the number of projectiles to determine the number of attacks against each structure, to a maximum of 10 per structure. Each charge weighs 17 kg, and the MW-1 carries 200 of them.
Weapon |
Difficulty |
Guidance |
Weight |
Price |
MW-1 CWS |
Easy |
NA |
3400 kg |
$184565 |
Weapon |
Speed |
Round |
Min Range |
Max Range |
Damage |
Pen |
MW-1 ASW |
NA |
HEAT/HE |
0 |
0 |
(B400) C15 B30 |
40C |
MW-1 KB-44 |
NA |
HEAT |
0 |
0 |
(B400) C4 B8 |
35C |
MW-1 MIFF |
NA |
AT Mine |
0 |
0 |
(B200) C2 B4 |
36C |
MW-1 MUSA |
NA |
AT/AP Mine |
0 |
0 |
(B200) C9 B15 |
18C |
MW-1 MUSPA |
NA |
APERS Mine |
0 |
0 |
(B200) C15 B25 |
9C |
MW-1 STABO |
NA |
HEAT/HE |
0 |
0 |
(B400) C7 B14 |
40C |