The United States successfully completed the phased test of two hypersonic cruise missiles

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 The United States successfully completed the phased test of two hypersonic cruise missiles


According to the Russian satellite news agency on September 2, the advanced research projects agency of the U.S. Department of Defense announced on the 1st that the advanced research planning agency of the US Department of defense and the US Air Force announced the successful completion of the testing of two hawc missiles (hawc, hypersonic air breathing weapon concept). During the test, the test bomb is fixed on the fuselage of the carrier. The developers are ready to launch the first free flight test in a year.

Lockheed Martin Company of the United States shows the latest concept map of the air forces agm-183a air launched rapid response weapon (arrw) hypersonic missile. It can be seen that the fairing of the missile head is opened, revealing the hypersonic glider (Hgb) warhead. HGB is different from the biconical general hypersonic glider (c-hgb) warhead used by the US Army and Navy, and is closer to it Compared with c-hgb, the gliders of American hypersonic technology vehicle (HTV) and df-17 in China have higher lift drag ratio, faster flight speed, longer flight distance and stronger maneuverability. @lfx160219

US Air Force agm-183a air launched rapid response weapon

US Air Force agm-183a air launched rapid response weapon

US Air Force agm-183a air launched rapid response weapon

In 2019, the B-52 bomber will demonstrate the agm-183a model on the under wing pylon

In 2019, the B-1B bomber will be shown carrying agm-183a model in its cabin

Dual cone universal hypersonic glider (c-hgb) warhead used by US Army and Navy

C-hgb is the weaponized model of hypersonic technology vehicle (HTV) and advanced hypersonic weapon (AHW)

Chinese df-17 hypersonic missile