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Postby Lauzanne » Sun Mar 28, 2021 2:10 pm

A-SRM-2 "BAYONET" IR AAM


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When given the choice of settling for established armaments or forging a new path, Lauzanne has typically gone for the latter option. This is true of small arms, armoured and unarmoured vehicles, and now aircraft and armaments. Not content with what was on offer, Akulov Dynamics set out to create a new compact IR Imaging AAM to fit to all current and future LAF aircraft.

Equipped with a modern Imaging IR system designed to be as resistant to countermeasures as possible, the Bayonet lends itself well to engaging fast moving targets, enemy aircraft, cruise missiles and rotary-wing aircraft. It's compact to fit inside the smaller bays present on many 5th generation aircraft, providing a potent backup to the main complement of medium-range AAMs that would no doubt be present on such machines. Such missiles can also fit onto any plane that can mount the R-73 missile system, substantially improving the firepower of a given plane without having to go through a costly avionics upgrade.


SPECS



Name: A-SRM-2 "Bayonet"
Mass: 99.5 KG
Length: 3.2 Meters
Diameter: 152mm


Propulsion: High-Impulse Smokeless Rocket Motor, 3D Vectored Thrust, 35 Sec. Boost
Operational Envelope: 40.25 Kilometer Range, 1,130 M/Sec (Mach 3.29) Max. Velocity
Flight Envelope: 90° Off Boresight Lock-On, 100g Engagements at 90°/Sec, 13,750 Meter Ceiling
Terminal Seeker: "Two-Color" M/WIR High Definition Seeker, Triaxial Gimbal
Midcourse Guidance: Ring Laser Gyroscope (INS) + Datalink
Warhead: 11.65 Kgs Annular Blast-Fragmentation (Welded Steel Rods + CL-20/HMX Filler)



Cost Per Unit: $450,000 NSD per missile, $450 million NSD for DPR rights.

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A-MRM-2 "Shashka" ARH AAM

Postby Lauzanne » Sun Mar 28, 2021 2:29 pm

A-MRM-2 "SHASHKA" ARH AAM


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To compliment the Bayonet in air-air combat, the Lauzanneans turned to their good friends at Royal Marquesan Exports for a missile to phase out and eventually replace the R-27 and R-77 missiles in LAF service. However, the best fit for the job was the OGM.189 "Misericorde" missile that used IR seeking at BVR ranges. Given LAF experiences with ARH missiles, a modification was permitted, and the missile was re-designated the "Shashka" after receiving an active-radar seeker head.

Using much of the same body permits a cheaper and quicker modification process as opposed to a wholly new development. The only real difference between the Misericorde and the Shashka is purely the seeker head.


SPECS



Name: A-SRM-2 "Bayonet"
Mass: 180 KG
Length: 3.6 Meters
Diameter: 190mm


Propulsion:Ducted Solid-Fuel Rocket/Ramjet, 87 Seconds to Burnout, 1,385 M/Sec (Mach 4.05)
Performance Envelope:120.6 Km (74.94 Mi) Range, 25,000m (82,000 Ft) Ceiling, 80 g Maneuvering @ 145°/Sec
Guidance Systems:PESA + Ring Laser Gyroscope (INS) & Midcourse Datalink
Warhead Configuration:(Annular Blast/Frag, Welded Steel Rods) 33.46 Kgs (73.76 Lbs) Aluminum-Enhanced HMX
Warhead Fuzing:Void-Sensing Earth/Concrete/Rock/Steel/Proximity
Terminal Performance:252 Megajoules Chemical Energy



Cost Per Unit: $1,600,000 NSD per missile, $1.6 billion for DPR rights.

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S-UMP-100 "Kisten" Small Diameter Bomb

Postby Lauzanne » Sun Mar 28, 2021 2:43 pm

S-UMP-100 "KISTEN" SMALL DIAMETER BOMB


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With warfare shifting heavily towards the usage of smaller, better guided munitions over their larger counterparts, Lauzanne soon followed the trend. Impressed with the performance of the GBU-39, Lauzannean engineers at Blanchard Manufacturing and Cerny Optical soon got to work on Lauzanne's answer to the GBU-39.

Although slightly thicker and possessing a slightly shorter range, the Kisten is significantly cheaper than it's primary competitor, the GBU-53. Modular seeker heads allow flexibility in a mission profile without having to spend over double the cost for such performance gains. the Kisten is capable of engaging moving targets, as well as soft-skinned and armoured vehicles, structures, bunkers and command posts.

The main advantage in using a small-diameter bomb like so is it's precision, range and portability. With a range approaching 100km when launched from high altitude and excellent accuracy, it allows for the destruction of all but the hardest to reach targets. Another benefit is weight and compactness: Instead of a single 500kg bomb, instead two to four Kistens could be carried, allowing greater flexibility and capability to cover soldiers on the ground or strike more targets of opportunity.


SPECS



Name: S-UMP-100 "Kisten"
Mass: 100 KG
Length: 1.7 Meters
Diameter: 200mm


Performance Envelope:100km range (stationary target), 60km range (Moving target)
Guidance Systems: GPS/INS with datalink, terminal guidance provided by either Electro-Optical/Infra-red, Active millimeter-wave radar, or laser-guidance to target.
Warhead Configuration:50 Kgs Aluminum-Enhanced HMX
Warhead Fuzing: Impact/Delay Impact



Cost Per Unit: 80,000$ NSD per unit, 80,000,000$ NSD for DPR rights.

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LOSM-1 "Lantset" Low-Observable Standoff Missile

Postby Lauzanne » Fri May 14, 2021 4:00 am

LOSM-1 "LANTSET" LOW-OBSERVABLE STANDOFF MISSILE


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With the trend of low observability in the modern day, the Lantset was designed utilising much of the same technology as the Marquesan Morningstar missile, the Lantset saw limited use in the Spring War's later years, destroying Red Star Army air defences, depots and command centers. LAF pilots found great success owing to limited reaction times from air defences along with high precision against targets.

The Lantset LOSM is a low-observable air launched subsonic cruise missile designed for destroying bridges, air defence systems, command posts, hangars, hardened above-ground targets and ships. With a combination of GPS/INS, a small electro-optical/IR camera in the upper part of the nose, and radar guidance, the Lantset can engage all of these targets through use of one or multiple systems. With programmability in mind, the Lantset can engage specific chosen targets with a low chance of engaging the wrong target.

The Lantset is also designed to fit inside stealth fighter bays, such as the Vampir and Dracul fighters.


SPECS



Name: LOSM-1 "Lantset"
Mass: 1,050 KG
Length: 4.2 Meters
Diameter: 340mm


Performance Envelope: Up to 700km range
Guidance Systems: GPS/INS with datalink, terminal guidance provided by Electro-Optical/IR, Radar or GPS.
Warhead Configuration: 480kg PBW-L-1 Penetrator/Blast Warhead
Warhead Fuzing: Impact/Delay Impact/Penetration Delay



Cost Per Unit: $1,300,000 NSD Per Unit, $1.3 Billion NSD for DPR

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S-UM-1000 Bomb

Postby Lauzanne » Sat Jun 12, 2021 8:49 am

S-UM-1000 GLIDE BOMB


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Lauzanne's stocks of guided and unguided bombs ran low during the Spring War, with little in the way of replenishment from an external source. Under an emergency rapid contract, Blanchard Manufacturing had developed the S-UM-1000 in the span of three months, alongside the 500 and 250kg models. Such bombs were used often in the Spring War, carried by almost all combat planes in the LAF including the massive Tu-22M Backfires.

With a greater need for precision, Akulov Dynamics also provided a guidance kit for all three sizes of bomb to allow greater precision and less collateral damage when engaging insurgent positions. When insurgents were supplied with Soviet-era SAM systems, the ER kit was added on, adding wings and a rocket motor to the bomb to give enhanced range, allowing launching platforms to be outside of the range of hostile short and medium range SAMs.

The S-UM-1000G and ER are designed to be able to also fit into stealth bays, such as those on the Vampir and Dracul.


SPECS



Name: S-UM-1000/G/ER
Mass: 950 KG (S-UM-1000) 987 KG (S-UM-1000G) 1020kg (S-UM-1000ER)
Length: 3.21m (S-UM-1000), 4.2m (S-1000G/ER)
Diameter: 400mm


Performance Envelope: 10km range (S-UM-1000), 15km (S-UM-1000G), 85km (S-UM-1000ER)
Guidance Systems: Fire & Forget mode with GPS, Terminal/semi active guidance via laser.
Warhead Configuration: 490kg HEW-1000 warhead, High Explsive OR 490kg PBW-1000 Penetrator bomb warhead (4m earth penetration, 2m concrete penetration)
Warhead Fuzing: Impact/Delay Impact



Cost Per Unit: $3,100 NSD per S-UM-1000
+60,000 NSD per S-UM-1000G Guidance Kit
+$70,000 NSD per S-UM-1000ER Guidance Kit

$70 million NSD for production rights per 1,000 bombs and kits.
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S-UM-2000 Glide Bomb

Postby Lauzanne » Sat Jun 12, 2021 9:16 am

S-UM-2000 GLIDE BOMB


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Submitted as part of an emergency request for oversize munitions in the tail end of the Spring War in breaching Soviet-era bunkers that had been refurbished by insurgents, Blanchard Manufacturing developed the S-UM-2000 in the extremely short timeframe of two months. S-UM-2000 bombs are utilised by the LAF to destroy bunkers and large facilities, along with insurgent depots and large-scale vehicle areas.

The body is made out of a lengthened S-UM-1000 case, with the same guidance kit tailfins and nose installed from Akulov Dynamics to allow for greater precision from a launch platform to target.

Please note that such bombs do NOT fit inside XF-2 Vampir bays and are considered oversize munitions. the Dracul can carry two in the centreline bay.


SPECS



Name: S-UM-2000/G/ER
Mass: 1900 KG (S-UM-2000) 1937 KG (S-UM-2000G) 2000kg (S-UM-2000ER)
Length: 4.6m (S-UM-2000), 5.6m (S-2000G/ER)
Diameter: 400mm


Performance Envelope: Up to 10km range (S-UM-2000), 15km (S-UM-2000G), 60km (S-UM-2000ER)
Guidance Systems: Fire & Forget mode with GPS, Terminal/semi active guidance via laser.
Warhead Configuration: 1,000kg HEW-2000 warhead, High Explosive OR 980kg PBW-2000 Penetrator bomb warhead (8m earth penetration, 4m concrete penetration)
Warhead Fuzing: Impact/Delay Impact



Cost Per Unit: $6,100 NSD per S-UM-2000
+60,000 NSD per S-UM-2000G Guidance Kit
+$75,000 NSD per S-UM-2000ER Guidance Kit

$75 million NSD for production rights per 1,000 bombs and kits.
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S-UM-500 Bomb

Postby Lauzanne » Fri Jun 25, 2021 2:32 pm

S-UM-500 GLIDE BOMB


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Lauzanne's stocks of guided and unguided bombs ran low during the Spring War, with little in the way of replenishment from an external source. Under an emergency rapid contract, Blanchard Manufacturing had developed the S-UM-500 in the span of three months, alongside the 1000 and 250kg models. Such bombs were used often in the Spring War, carried by almost all combat planes in the LAF including the massive Tu-22M Backfires.

With a greater need for precision, Akulov Dynamics also provided a guidance kit for all three sizes of bomb to allow greater precision and less collateral damage when engaging insurgent positions. When insurgents were supplied with Soviet-era SAM systems, the ER kit was added on, adding wings and a rocket motor to the bomb to give enhanced range, allowing launching platforms to be outside of the range of hostile short and medium range SAMs.

The S-UM-500G and ER are designed to be able to also fit into stealth bays, such as those on the Vampir and Dracul.


SPECS



Name: S-UM-500/G/ER
Mass: 460 KG (S-UM-500) 487 KG (S-UM-500G) 502kg (S-UM-500ER)
Length: 2.85m (S-UM-500), 3.8m (S-500G/ER)
Diameter: 350mm


Range: 15km range (S-UM-500), 22km (S-UM-500G), 97km (S-UM-500ER)
Guidance Systems: Fire & Forget mode with GPS, Terminal/semi active guidance via laser.
Warhead Configuration: 250kg HEW-500 warhead, High Explosive
Warhead Fuzing: Impact/Delay Impact



Cost Per Unit: $2,700 NSD per S-UM-500
+$45,000 NSD per S-UM-500G Guidance Kit
+$55,000 NSD per S-UM-500ER Guidance Kit

$60 million NSD for production rights per 1,000 bombs and kits.
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S-UM-250 Glide Bomb

Postby Lauzanne » Fri Jun 25, 2021 2:45 pm

S-UM-250 GLIDE BOMB


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OVERVIEW



Lauzanne's stocks of guided and unguided bombs ran low during the Spring War, with little in the way of replenishment from an external source. Under an emergency rapid contract, Blanchard Manufacturing had developed the S-UM-250 in the span of three months, alongside the 500 and 1000kg models. Such bombs were used often in the Spring War, carried by all standard combat planes in service such as the MiG-21 and MiG-23, developments which greatly increased their performance later on with the addition of the guidance kit.

With a greater need for precision, Akulov Dynamics also provided a guidance kit for all three sizes of bomb to allow greater precision and less collateral damage when engaging insurgent positions. When insurgents were supplied with Soviet-era SAM systems, the ER kit was added on, adding a rocket motor to the bomb to give enhanced range, allowing launching platforms to be outside of the range of hostile short and medium range SAMs.

The S-UM-250 is the smallest of the four bombs, but is also the cheapest by far and was the most commonly used, with the total number dropped in the thousands. Accurate, long-ranged and lightweight, the S-UM-250 earned it's place in the LAF inventory well in the Spring War.

The S-UM-250G and ER are designed to be able to also fit into stealth bays, such as those on the Vampir and Dracul.


SPECS



Name: S-UM-2500/G/ER
Mass: 220 KG (S-UM-250) 240 KG (S-UM-250G) 250kg (S-UM-250ER)
Length: 2.4m (S-UM-250), 3.22m (S-UM-250G/ER)
Diameter: 260mm


Range: 15km range (S-UM-250), 25km (S-UM-250G), 100km (S-UM-250ER)
Guidance Systems: Fire & Forget mode with GPS, Terminal/semi active guidance via laser.
Warhead Configuration: 130kg HEW-250 warhead, High Explosive
Warhead Fuzing: Impact/Delay Impact



Cost Per Unit: $2,100 NSD per S-UM-500
+$30,000 NSD per S-UM-500G Guidance Kit
+$40,000 NSD per S-UM-500ER Guidance Kit

$40 million NSD for production rights per 1,000 bombs and kits.
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S-SOM-500 Glide Bomb

Postby Lauzanne » Fri Jan 28, 2022 2:33 pm

S-SOM-500 GLIDE BOMB


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With a new outlook on the use of precision weapons and an updated doctrine, the Groza was to be fitted with a multi-purpose glide powered stand-off munition. With a longer range than the S-UM series weapons, a low radar and IR visibility, and a large bay for a variety of weapons loads with minimal difference between the various models. With the threat of large amounts of armour, a cluster munition was added to the requirements, using the BM-30's anti tank cluster munitions as a basis.

the SOM-500 is a long-range, precision guided munition that can be carried by tactical aircraft and in most stealth weapons bays. It can be fitted with a variety of warheads, however the SOM-500Q is considered RESTRICTED for sale to non-allied nations.

The S-SOM-D-500 is the cluster munitions dispenser, intended to destroy masses of vehicles or other infra-red emitting sources. To do this, it dispenses 10 DM-3MP cluster munitions when detecting enemy vehicles, as shown in the diagram below.

1. The SOM-D will fly towards the area indicated by the pilot, with a waypoint system allowing limited flight capabilities and positioning for it's overflight run.
2. When the weapon arrives at the indicated area, it jettisons it's protective cover, revealing the 10 cluster munitions present. It will detect the vehicles using the forward IR sensor, releasing up to 5 cluster munitions at a time.
3 + 4. The DM-3MP rounds will dispense their parachutes, slowing it down over the target and allowing it to face downwards. The munition will also begin to spin, allowing it to yaw and locate targets as necessary
5. The dual laser/IR seeker will then slide out into the active position as the unit spins around.
6. An IR sensor and an active laser rangefinder locate the target, confirming validity and range to the vehicle.
7. The explosive charge detonates, sending a copper EFP at the target and fragmentation affects in an area around it. Should detonation not occur, 60 seconds after being dispensed the munition will go off, reducing UXO.
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Name: S-SOM-500
Mass: 499kg
Length: 4.2m
Diameter: 500mm


Range: 25km (low altitude release), 125km (high altitude release)
Guidance Systems: Fire and Forget GPS, with terminal IR seeker.
Warhead Configuration: 250kg HE warhead (S-SOM-500A), 10x DM-3MP cluster munitions (S-SOM-D-500), 130x DM-Q carbon fibre filament dispensers (S-SOM-500Q)
Warhead Fuzing: Impact/Delay Impact



Cost Per Unit: $300,000 NSD per S-SOM-500A
+$500,000 NSD per S-SOM-D-500
+$800,000 NSD per S-SOM-500Q

$80 million NSD for production rights per 1,000 bombs
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