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Aircraft Weapons  –  Unguided Rockets

Land-based anti-aircraft weapons

Sea-based anti-aircraft weapons

Depending on aircraft type, weapons are carried internally and/or externally under wing and/or fuselage pylons with the number of weapons stations varying from one aircraft to the other.   To see the various weapons associated with a particular aircraft see : 

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INDEX OF THIS PAGE

FFAR : Folding Fin Aerial Rockets  HVAR : High Velocity Aerial Rocket
 FFAR : Internal Weapon  ATR   : Anti-Tank rocket
 FFAR : External Launchers
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 Unguided Rockets

While some may have believed in the late fifties and up to the early sixties that the FFAR was some sort of "ultimate air-to-air weapons", it was far from being so.  Retrospectively, thinking that part of the aerial defence of the United States relied on that kind of equipment, must have given nightmares to many....  The so called Battle of Palmdale illustrates the limitations of this weapon in its initially intended use, and a couple of Articles regarding this event are reproduced.

In AAC™, unguided rockets are essentially of two types : FFAR  (Folding Fin Aerial Rockets), always carried in multiple launchers, either in external pods or carried internally, and HVAR (High Velocity Aerial Rockets) launched from "zero length" launchers or dropped from their attachment point before igniting their engine with these attachment point  either located externally (usual) or internally (exceptions).  All AAC™ rounds are of the APHEI (armour piercing, hight explosive, incendiary) type and may be used for aerial combat or in air-to-surface mode, the latter being their intended use.

If in the real world the FFAR is an area saturation weapon (plagued with high dispersion), in Atlantic Air Combat™ both types have the same pinpoint accuracy when fire individually or in paired, with a degree of dispersion only occuring when fired in salvoes.  Both types are present in several calibre, with some of the smaller ones being represented in both categories.

FFAR  –  Usually referred to by their caliber

   37mm  1.46" French light rocket – also as the fictional Soviet S4
 Effective range is arbitrarily set as 2000 metres
   70mm  2.75" US Mk40 (launchers and inboard weapon)
 Effective range is arbitrarily set as 6000 metres
   50mm  1.97" Swiss Oerlikon 50mm aerial rocket
Effective range is arbitrarily set as 4000 metres
   80mm  3.15" Heavier Soviet rocket – might be discarded
 Effective range is arbitrarily set as 6000 metres
   51mm  2.00" Specific type used by the Royal Navy
 Effective range is arbitrarily set as 4000 metres
   81mm  3.19" Heavier Swiss rocket – might be discarded
 Effective range is arbitrarily set as 6000 metres
   55mm  2.17" Standard rocket type for the USSR
 Effective range is arbitrarily set as 4000 metres
 100mm  3.94" Heavier French rocket – might be discarded
 Effective range is arbitrarily set as 6000 metres
   68mm  2.68" French rocket (launchers and inboard weapon)
 Effective range is arbitrarily set as 4000 metres
 127mm  5.00" Heavier US rocket (folding fins 5" HVAR – Zuni)
 Effective range is arbitrarily set as 6000 metres

HVAR  –  Either referred to by their caliber or their designation

 3.00"    76mm WWII US early rocket – likely discarded
 real name: 5" FFAR (Forward Firing Aerial Rocket)
 170-DS  203mm WWII Soviet air-to-ground rocket
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 RP-3    76mm Standard British aerial rocket
 WWII era but used till the early 1960s
 200-DS  203mm WWII Soviet air-to-ground rocket
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 RS-82  182mm WWII Soviet air-to-ground rocket
 Lack of available data > arbitrary performances
 RS-240  240mm Late 1950s Soviet air-to-ground rocket (S-24)
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 T-10  100mm Early French 100mm rocket (actually the T10/T151)
 Lack of available data > arbitrary performances
 500-DS  254mm WWII Soviet air-to-ground rocket
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 5.00"  127mm Standard US aerial rocket
 WWII era but used till the early 1950s
 WG27  272mm WWII German Werfer-Granate 21
 Fantasy Swiss  iteration thereof
 RS-132  132mm WWII Soviet air-to-ground rocket
 Lack of available data > arbitrary performances
 11.75"  298mm Late-war anti-shipping heavy rocket (Tiny Tim)
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 5.32"  135mm Swedish Bofors R-1 air-to-ground rocket
 Lack of available data > arbitrary performances
 700-DS  305mm WWII Soviet air-to-ground heavy rocket
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 150-DS  203mm WWII Soviet air-to-ground rocket
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In addition to the above, a miscellaneous type is assimilated to the same range of weapons : the anti-tank rocket (ATR) which comes in two forms - See Miscellaneous Weapons for historical details.
ATR
 40mm It's the RP7 rocket, normally man-fired but which may be slung under the wings of light aircrafts (example : the YK12A10)
 90mm It's the M20 rocket, normally man-fired but which may be slung under the wings of light aircrafts (example : the LL19A10)

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 FFAR - Folding Fin Aerial Rockets

Index
Drawings : 1 pixel = 1 cm  Dimensions Weight Warhead Range & Speed Range & Speed Warhead In Game
  L=m ุ=m kg lb kg lb Mach Mach kg lb Weapon ID
0.520 0.037   1.10   2.43 0.25   0.55   600 1.5 2000 1.5 0.50   1.10 FFAR37
0.520 0.037   1.10   2.43 0.25   0.55   600 1.5 2000 1.5 0.50   1.10 FFAR37
0.900 0.050   4.93 10.87 1.50   3.30 3000 ?? 3000 1.5 1.50   3.30 FFAR50
0.910 2.00"   4.88 10.75 1.50   3.30 3000 1.5 3000 1.5 1.50   3.30 FFAR51
1.079 0.055   5.00 11.00 1.80   4.00 4000 ?? 4000 1.5 1.80   4.00 FFAR55
0.940 0.068   6.26 13.80 3.00   6.60 4000 1.5 4000 1.5 3.00   6.60 FFAR68
1.382 2.75" 13.75 30.28 7.30 16.10 6000 1.5 6000 1.5 7.30 16.10 FFAR70
1.520 0.080 11.30 23.89 3.60   7.90 6000 2.2 6000 1.5 3.60   7.90 FFAR80
1.500 0.081 19.70 43.39 2.80   6.17 ?? 2.4 6000 1.5 2.80   6.17 FFAR81
2.632 0.100 41.50 93.69 6.00 13.22 ?? ?? 6000 1.5 6.00 13.22 FFAR99
2.400 5.00" 57.00 125.00 6.80 15.00 8000 2.1 6000 1.5 6.80 15.00 FFARZU
2.130 0.135 61.25 135.00 7.50 16.50 ?? ?? 6000 1.5 7.50 16.50 FFARSE
 

 FFAR - Discarded Items

Drawings : 1 pixel = 1 cm  Dimensions Weight Warhead Range & Speed Range & Speed Warhead In Game
  L=m ุ=m kg lb kg lb Mach Mach kg lb Weapon ID
0.914 2.00"   4.45   10.00 1.14   2.50 3000 1.5 / / / / =
2.400 5.00" 57.00 125.00 6.80 15.00 8000 2.1 / / / / =
1.730 5.00"

64.00

140.00

3.40   7.50 5000 417 m/s / / / / =
The 5" FFAR is an evolution of the WWII vintage 5" HVAR illustrated elswhere on this page in FD scale.  Here is the same in 1 pixel/cm for comparison purposes
          =
 
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 FFAR - Internal Weapons

Index

Several aircrafts of the late fifties and early sixties were thus equipped with this "aerial weapon", in some cases as an exclusive weapon internal.  While not exhaustive, here is the list of aircrafts equipped with internal FFAR launchers.  In several instances, these launchers were installed in what would otherwise be a bomb bay.  Some of these aircrafts were just prototypes (), and not all are scheduled for AAC.  Aircrafts scheduled for inclusion in Atlantic Air Combat™ are marked with , those which aren't are marked with
France - - United Kingdom - - USA - - Canada - -
SE2410 Grognard 32ื68mm   Sea Vixen FAW1 28ื51mm   F-86D Sabre 24ื70mm   CF100 Canuck Mk4 59ื70mm  
SO4050 Vautour 224ื68mm   Lightning  F53 48ื68mm   F-89D Scopion 104ื70mm   Switzerland - -
MD-454 Mystere IVA 56ื68mm           F-94C Starfire 24ื70mm   EFWN20 Aiguillon 36ื50mm  
MD-456 Mystere B2 56ื68mm           F102A Delta Dagger 24ื70mm   FFAP16 Arbal่te 44ื68mm  
India - - Germany - -         USSR - -
HF-24A Marut 50ื68mm   VAK191 136ื68mm   F8U2C Crusader 32ื70mm   Su-7 Fitter A 32ื55mm  

FFAR "Packs"
Whether made of one or several parts (eg: wingpods), internal FFAR launchers shall be considered as a "pack".  The number of packs available varies from one aircraft to the other.  When more than one internal "pack" is present, these may or may not be activated simultaneously (again this varies from one aircraft to the other).  If not, then the activation of internal FFAR will the two packs present empty their content successively.

Firing Sequences
There are two firing sequences for internal FFAR : by pairs or by two halves of the content.  The separation time is 0.04 seconds or 1500 rounds/minute

Firing Sequ. : see InGame Note Note Rockets Nbr of "Packs" Ammunition Aircrafts Firing In Game
Drawings : not to any scale Position Number of Tubes @/Tube Total   Weapon ID Involved Sequences Weapon ID
Sneb Position
Wing Tips
Number of Tubes
36ื2=72
@/Tube
72ื1
Total
72
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR37
CM177TA Firing/1
36x2
Firing/2
2x36
RPCM177
37mm
Mk40 Position
Wing Tips
Number of Tubes
29ื2=58
@/Tube
58ื1
Total
58
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR70
CCF100E Firing/1
29x2
Firing/2
2x29
RPCF100
70mm
Oek50 Position
Weapon bays
Number of Tubes
9ื2=18
@/Tube
18ื1
Total
18
Number of Trays
2
Ammunition
FFAR50
EFW20D4 Firing/1
9x2
Firing/2
2x2
RPOEK09
50mm  Each "tray" is made of 2 revolving barrels - the EFW20D4 carries two of them, one in its foward weapons bay,
 and one in its aft weapons bay, activated successively or simultaneously, for a grand total of 36 rockets
OE50 Position
Weapon bays
Number of Tubes
34ื1=34
@/Tube
34ื2
Total
68
Number of Trays
1 or 2
Ammunition
FFAR50
EFW30B2
EFW30C3
Firing/1
17x2
Firing/2
2x17
RPOEC34
50mm
Skh55 Position
Ventral tray
Number of Tubes
32ื1=32
@/Tube
32ื1
Total
32
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR55
SK07BPA
SK07BPB
Firing/1
16x2
Firing/2
2x16
RPSKC32
55mm
Mk40 Position
Ventral tray
Number of Tubes
16ื1=16
@/Tube
16ื2
Total
32
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR70
F8U2C25 Firing/1
16x2
Firing/2
2x16
RPF8U2C
70mm
Mk40 Position
Ventral tray
Number of Tubes
24ื1=24
@/Tube
24ื1
Total
24
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR70
FF86D50 Firing/1
12x2
Firing/2
2x12
RPF086D
70mm
Mk40 Position
Weapon bay
doors
Number of Tubes
4ื3=12
@/Tube
12ื2
Total
24
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR70
FF102A9 Firing/1
12x2
Firing/2
2x12
RPF102A
70mm
Micro Position
Ventral trays
Number of Tubes
2ื14=28
@/Tube
28ื1
Total
28
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR51
GH110C3 Firing/1
14x2
Firing/2
2x14
RPGH110
2"
Sneb Position
Ventral trays
(optional)
Number of Tubes
2ื24=48
@/Tube
48ื1
Total
48
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR68
EE02F2B Firing/1
24x2
Firing/2
2x24
RPEE02B
68mm
Sneb Position
Ventral tray
Number of Tubes
56ื1=56
@/Tube
56ื1
Total
56
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR68
MD454A1
MD456B2
Firing/1
28x2
Firing/2
2x28
M101A56
68mm
Sneb Position
Ventral tray
Number of Tubes
44ื1=44
@/Tube
44ื1
Total
44
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR68
EFA16A1 Firing/1
22x2
Firing/2
2x22
M101B44
68mm
Sneb Position
Ventral tray
Number of Tubes
50ื1=50
@/Tube
50ื1
Total
50
Number of Trays
1
Ammunition
FFAR68
HF24FF1 Firing/1
25x2
Firing/2
2x25
M101C50
68mm
Number of Trays
1 or 2
Ammunition
FFAR68

SC452A2

SC452A3

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SC452B2

SC452B3

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SC452N2

SC452N3

Firing/1
56x2
Firing/2
2x56
M104C12

the M104 is made of two trays working in sucession, starting with the after tray, each holding 56 rockets, thus 112 rockets per M104

up to two M104 may be loaded in the forward and aft weapon bays of the SC452 aircraft variants

the M104s are working in succession never simultaneously

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 FFAR - External Launchers

Index

Some of the launchers below are fantasy ones created for the benefit of the game.  For example, the Warsaw Pact thus never had 37mm rockets on inventory.   Similarly, if the JL100 was very real and widely exported However, the JK200 however, combining fuel bombs and rocket,s is fictional, .  These combined items are more explicitely mentioned under Miscellaneous Weapons (with detailed illustrations) and under Fuel Tanks.

While the 70mm FFAR was essentially an internal weapon by the mid-sixties, rocket pods were actually produced at a later date.  70mm rocket pods are nevertheless present in AAC.   These five launchers are respectively inspired by the Equipaer EQ-MRL-32-70/7-12, the OrdTech OMI-LAU-275-12, the Equipaer EQ-MRL-32-70/19-13, and the Matra MTF1

The SUU20 training dispensers are inspired by the Ordtech SUU-20B/A.   This particular launcher is further described and illustrated in Miscellaneous Weapons.

FFAR "Packs"
While assymetric weapons carrying is a possibility, pairs of FFAR launchers should be considered as a "pack".  So a pair of rocket pods carried under wing pylons will fire simultaneously.  If more than one pair is carried, these "packs" may be selected to fire simultaneously.

Firing Sequences
There are two firing sequences for internal FFAR : by pairs or by two halves of the content.  The separation time is 0.03 seconds or 1800 rounds/minute (the firing is thus 20% faster than for internal rockets).

Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Fuel Weapons Firing: Bombs Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb Litre Gal Bombs FFAR Seq.1 Seq.2 Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
MT181 1.500 0.213 37 kg 80 lb 17.2kg   38.lb – – / 18ื37mm / / 18ื1 2ื9 R3718
MT361 1.500 0.310 68 kg 150 lb 28.4kg   63.lb – – / 36ื37mm / / 36ื1 4ื9 R3736
Fake 2.640 0.450 200 kg 440 lb 45.4kg 100.lb 150L 33gal / 36ื37mm / / 36ื1 4ื9 JL337
– 2.220 0.450 109 kg 240 lb 50.0kg 110.lb – – 4ื25lb 12ื37mm 4ื1 2ื2 12ื1 2ื6 SU37A
– 2.220 0.450 109 kg 240 lb 50.0kg 110.lb – – 1ื100lb 12ื37mm 1ื1 1ื1 12ื1 2ื6 SU37B
Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Fuel Weapons Firing: Bombs Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb Litre Gal Bombs FFAR Seq.1 Seq.2 Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
Fake 1.500 0.213 37 kg 80 lb 17.2kg   38.lb – – / 18ื37mm / / 18ื1 2ื9 U3718
Fake 1.600 0.310 68 kg 150 lb 27.4kg   60.lb – – / 36ื37mm / / 36ื1 4ื9 U3736
Fake 2.640 0.450 200 kg 440 lb 45.4kg 100.lb 150L 33gal / 36ื37mm / / 36ื1 4ื9 UL337
Fake 2.220 0.450 104 kg 230 lb 51.0kg 112.lb – – 4ื22lb 12ื37mm 4ื1 2ื2 12ื1 2ื6 PU37A
Fake 2.220 0.450 124 kg 275 lb 51.0kg 112.lb – – 1ื132lb 12ื37mm 1ื1 1ื1 12ื1 2ื6 PU37B
 
Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Fuel Weapons Firing: Bombs Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb Litre Gal Bombs FFAR Seq.1 Seq.2 Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
Fake 2.000 0.200 74 kg 165 lb 30 kg   66.lb – – / 9ื50mm / /   9ื1 3ื3 R5016
Fake 2.000 0.240 99 kg 220 lb 40 kg   88.lb – – / 12ื50mm / / 12ื1 2ื6 R5016
Fake 2.000 0.300 114 kg 250 lb – – – – / 16ื50mm / / 16ื1 2ื8 R5016
Fake 3.000 0.510 228 kg 505 lb – – – – / 32ื50mm / / 32ื1 4ื8 R5032
Fake 3.880 0.510 463 kg 1020 lb – – 264L 58gal / 32ื50mm / / 32ื1 4ื8 JL350
– 3.100 0.510 188 kg 415 lb 81kg – – – 6ื25lb 8ื50mm 6ื1 2ื3   8ื1 2ื4 SU50A
– 3.100 0.510 211 kg 465 lb 81kg – – – 2ื100lb 8ื50mm 2ื1 1ื2   8ื1 2ื4 SU50B
 
Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Fuel Weapons Firing: Bombs Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb Litre Gal Bombs FFAR Seq.1 Seq.2 Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
Fake 2.000 0.300 113 kg 250 lb   34.4kg 76.lb – – / 16ื51mm / / 16ื1 2ื8 R5116
FL32 3.000 0.510 227 kg 500 lb   68.9kg 152.lb – – / 32ื51mm / / 32ื1 4ื8 R5132
Fake 3.880 0.510 461 kg 1016 lb 103.0kg 227.lb 264L 58gal / 32ื51mm / / 32ื1 4ื8 JL351
– 3.100 0.510 188 kg 414 lb   81.0kg 179.lb – – 6ื25lb 8ื51mm 6ื1 2ื3   8ื1 2ื4 SU51A
– 3.100 0.510 211 kg 464 lb   81.0kg 179.lb – – 2ื100lb 8ื51mm 2ื1 1ื2   8ื1 2ื4 SU51B
 
Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Fuel Weapons Firing: Bombs Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb Litre Gal Bombs FFAR Seq.1 Seq.2 Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
UB08 1.900 0.246 52 kg 115 lb – – – – / 8ื55mm / /   8ื1 2ื4 U5508
UB16 1.880 0.335 138 kg 304 lb – – – – / 16ื55mm / / 16ื1 2ื8 U5516
UB32 2.080 0.481 264 kg 581 lb – – – – / 32ื55mm / / 32ื1 4ื8 U5532
Fake 3.757 0.481 454 kg 1000 lb – – 221L 49gal / 32ื55mm / / 32ื1 4ื8 UL355
– 3.100 0.490 161 kg 354 lb   81.0kg 179.lb – – 6ื22lb 4ื55mm 6ื1 2ื3   4ื1 2ื2 PU55A
– 3.100 0.490 221 kg 486 lb   81.0kg 179.lb – – 2ื132lb 4ื55mm 2ื1 1ื2   4ื1 2ื2 PU55B
 
Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Fuel Weapons Firing: Bombs Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb Litre Gal Bombs FFAR Seq.1 Seq.2 Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
MTF2 1.954 0.246 58 kg 128 lb 20kg 45lb – – / 6ื68mm / /   6ื1 2ื3 R6806
MT155 2.342 0.410 202 kg 444 lb 89kg 196.Lb – – / 18ื68mm / / 18ื1 2ื9 R6818
JL100 4.490 0.350 452 kg 996 lb – – 268L 59gal / 18ื68mm / / 18ื1 2ื9 JL100
Fake 5.437 0.350 497 kg 1094 lb – – 313L 69gal +bombs 18ื68mm 6ื1 1ื6 18ื1 2ื9 JK200
 Misc 5.437 0.350 1405 kg 3094 lb – – 313L 69gal 4ืMk82 18ื68mm 6ื1 1ื6 18ื1 2ื9 JK240
 Misc 5.437 0.350 1477 kg 3254 lb – – 313L 69gal 4ืMk20 18ื68mm 6ื1 1ื6 18ื1 2ื9 JK250
MTF1 2.128 0.565 280 kg 617 lb 55kg 121.lb – – / 36ื68mm / / 36ื1 4ื9 R6836
Fake 3.410 0.565 454 kg 1000 lb 45kg   99.lb 203L 45gal / 36ื68mm / / 36ื1 4ื9 JL368
– 3.100 0.510 199 kg 439 lb   81.0kg 179.lb – – 6ื25lb 8ื68mm 6ื1 2ื3   8ื1 2ื4 SU68A
– 3.100 0.510 222 kg 489 lb   81.0kg 179.lb – – 2ื100lb 8ื68mm 2ื1 1ื2   8ื1 2ื4 SU68B
 
Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Notes Weapons Firing: Bombs Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb – – Bombs FFAR Seq.1 Seq.2 Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
LAU-32/A 1.810 0.250 113 kg 250 lb 30kg 68lb – – / 7ื70mm / /   7ื1 4+3 R7006
Fake 1.901 0.362 164 kg 361 lb 40kg 88lb – – / 9ื70mm / /   9ื1 3ื3 R7009
Fake 1.856 0.317 210 kg 462 lb 45kg 99lb – – / 12ื70mm / / 12ื1 2ื6 R7012
LAU-51/A 2.050 0.410 323 kg 655 lb 50kg 110lb – – / 18ื70mm / / 18ื1 2ื9 R7018
Fake 2.490 0.510 490 kg 1091 lb 55kg 122lb – – / 32ื70mm / / 32ื1 4ื8 R7032
Fake 2.540 0.565 555 kg 1222 lb 60kg 132lb – – / 36ื70mm / / 36ื1 4ื9 R7036
SUU-20 3.100 0.510 204 kg 450 lb 81kg 178lb – – 6ื25lb 4ื70mm 6ื1 2ื3   4ื1 2ื2 SU70A
SUU-20 3.100 0.510 227 kg 500 lb 81kg 178lb – – 2ื100lb 4ื70mm 2ื1 1ื2   4ื1 2ื2 SU70B
 
Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Notes Weapons – Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb – – Bombs FFAR – – Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
LR104 2.900 0.240 240 kg 529 lb 70kg 154lb Real / 4ื100   4ื1 2ื2 R1004
LR106 3.000 0.340 375 kg 827 lb 120kg 265lb Real / 6ื100   6ื1 2ื3 R1006
 
Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Notes Weapons – Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb – – Bombs FFAR – – Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
LAU-10 3.680 0.410 277 kg 610 lb 50kg 110lb Real / 4ื5" Zuni rocket   4ื1 2ื2 RZU04
LAU-33 – – – 0 lb – – F-8C (only) / 2ื5" Zuni rocket   2ื1 1ื2 RZU02
LAU-37 2.700 0.510 454 kg 1000 lb 57kg 125lb ??? / 7ื5" Zuni rocket   7ื1 4+3 RZU07
 
Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Notes Weapons – Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m Kg Lb kg lb – – Bombs FFAR – – Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
M/70 3.190 0.470 454 kg 1000 lb 86kg 190lb Real / 6ื135   6ื1 2ื3 R1356
 

 FFAR - Discarded External Launchers

Firing Sequ. : see InGame Dimensions Weight Empty Weight Fuel Weapons – Firing: FFAR In Game
Drawings : Shipbucket FD scale L=m ุ=m kg lb kg lb Litre Gal Bombs FFAR – – Seq.1 Seq.2 Weapon ID
MT122 1.954 0.246 – – 18kg – – – / 7ื68mm 7ื1 4+3 R6807

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 HVAR - High Velocity Aerial Rocket

Index

HVAR "Packs"
HVAR rockets are either carried under wings rails, on external pylons, or even internally within a bomb bay.  Whichever the way they are carried, all HVAR rockets present on an aircraft make an "HVAR Pack".

Firing Sequences
HVAR rockets are either fired singly, or in pairs.  Pairs separation time is 0.10 seconds (600 rpm).  Very heavy HVAR have an imposed ... seconds separation time before the next one may be fired.

        Dimensions Weight Warhead Range & Speed   – Application Examples Firing In Game
  FD scale     L=m ุ=m kg lb kg lb m/s – Seq.1 ID
T-10 1.700 0.100

27.kg

60.lb

10.kg

22.lb

1600.m 417 1946-1969 – – – – Pairs HRT10
RP3 1.400 0.076

36.kg

80.lb

27.kg

60.lb

1600.m 525 1943-1968 – – – – Pairs HRP03
3" 1.650 0.076

36.kg

80.lb

4.kg

8.lb

1600.m 217 1943-1946 Image Image – – Pairs HVAR3
| 5" 1.742 0.127

64.kg

140.lb

4.kg

8.lb

5000.m 404 1943-1959 Image Doc – – Pairs HVAR5
| 11พ" 3.120 0.298

567.kg

1250.lb

68.kg

150.lb

1500.m 245 1944-1953 Image F4U-5 PV-2 TBM3E Singly HVAR9
RS–82 0.600 0.082

7.kg

15.lb

1.kg

2.lb

6200.m 350 1937-1945 – – – – Pairs HR082
| RS132 0.845 0.132

23.kg

50.lb

5.kg

11.lb

7100.m 350 1938->>> – – – – Pairs HR132
| S–24 2.330 0.240

235.kg

520.lb

73.kg

161.lb

3000.m 400 195+->>> – – – – Pairs HR240
| 150-DS 2.095 0.203

163.kg

360.lb

17.kg

37.lb

3000.m 350 1940-1943 – – – – Pairs HR150
| 170-DS 2.087 0.203

170.kg

375.lb

15.kg

33.lb

3000.m 350 1942-1970 – – – – Pairs HR170
| 200-DS 1.710 0.203

213.kg

470.lb

12.kg

26.lb

3000.m 350 1940-1942 – – – – Pairs HR200
| 500-DS 3.220 0.254

500.kg

1100.lb

24.kg

53.lb

3000.m 350 1940-1941 – – – – Pairs HR500
| 700-DS 4.000 0.305

771.kg

1700.lb

74.kg

163.lb

3000.m 350 1941-1943 – – – – Pairs HR750
RR-1 1.700 0.135

63.kg

140.lb

25.kg

55.lb

5000 m 500 195+->>> Image B-18B J-21A J-29C Pairs HRSE1
WG27 1.448 0.272

111.kg

245.lb

41.kg

90.lb

3000 m 417 1945->>> – – – – Singly HRW27
 

 HVAR - Discarded Items

        Dimensions Weight Warhead Range & Speed   – Application Examples Firing In Game
  FD scale     L=m ุ=m kg lb kg lb m/s – Seq.1 ID
– – – – – –

–.kg

–.lb

–.kg

–.lb

– – – – – – – – -
BOAR 4.650 0.770

910.kg

2000.lb

340.kg

750.lb

12000.m 215 1956-1963 – A1D-7 – – – -
6ฝ" ?.... 0.165

?....kg

?....lb

?....kg

?....lb

?....m ?... 1950-1954 – F4U-5 P-51D F-80C – -
– – – – – –

–.kg

–.lb

–.kg

–.lb

– – – – – – – – -

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 ATR - Anti Tank Rockets

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HVAR "Packs"
HVAR rockets are either carried under the wings on specific rails, or carried on external pylons, either singly or through the use of multiple launchers.  Whichever the way they are carried, all HVAR rockets present on an aircraft make an HVAR Pack".

Firing Sequences
There are two HVAR firing sequences : singly or all together.  The separation time is 0.10 seconds or 600 rounds/minute

See : Miscellaneous Weapons Dimensions Weight Warhead Range & Speed – Firing:1 Firing:2 In Game
Drawings: www.juniorgeneral.org L=m ุ=m kg lb kg lb m/s – – – – – – Weapon ID
M20 1.530 0.090 6.kg 13 lb 3.0 kg 9 lb 800m 100m/S – – Singly All – – ATRM20
RP7 0.950 0.040 8.kg 18 lb 1.4 kg 4 lb 800m 100m/S – – Single All – – ATRRP7