Meteor is the next generation of Beyond Visual Range Air-to-Air Missile (BVRAAM) system designed to revolutionise air-to-air combat in the 21st Century. The weapon brings together six nations with a common need to defeat the threats of today as well as the future emerging ones. Guided by an advanced active radar seeker, Meteor provides all weather capability to engage a wide variety of targets from agile fast jets to small Unmanned Aerial Vehicles and cruise missiles.
Delilah Cruise Missile. This is a medium range, subsonic cruise missile of the IDF which is like a mini Tomahawk missile. It is exceptionally light and compact for a missile with a 250 km range. Its 187kg weight enables it to be launched from F-15/16 and even from the UH-60 Helicopters. The missile travels at a speed of Mach 0.3-0.7.
Raytheon & USAF completed 2 successful Small Diameter Bomb II all-up round live fire test flights that demonstrated weapon's ability to detect,track & destroy moving targets.Tests,which took place at the White Sands Missile Test Range, are the final flight events required prior to Milestone C and the start of Low Rate Initial Production (LRIP). Live warheads replaced telemetry payloads and completed the end-to-end tactical configuration that will be delivered to the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy.
Cutaway drawing of a V-2 rocket; This photograph shows a cutaway drawing of a V-2 rocket. The V-2 was an extremely advanced piece of technology, and the scientists and engineers responsible for it went on to play key roles in the post-war space programmes of the United States and Soviet Union. However, the V-2 was enormously expensive to produce at a time when the German Army desperately needed cheap and effective weapons that could be manufactured en masse.