Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) and IMI Systems have unveiled a jointly-developed supersonic, long-range air-to-ground missile named Rampage.
Developed as a stand-off weapon, the Rampage boasts a warhead, rocket engine and advanced navigation suite which allow precision striking of high-quality, well-protected targets. Developed to address the requirements of the future battlefield, the advanced assault rocket features a warhead, rocket engine and upgraded navigation suite that facilitates the execution of high-profile, well-protected targets with precise accuracy.
The Rampage features optimal penetration capability into protected areas, and its focal precision prevents collateral damage. The new missile can be used against a variety of targets, including communication and command centers, air forces bases, maintenance centers, infrastructures and valuable field targets protected by air defense systems. The Rampage can operate in any weather conditions, both day and night. It offers simplified operation, with no need for a “man in the loop” and can be carried on a broad range of aircraft. The total weight of the missile is 570 kg, and it is 4.7 meters long.
The Rampage is a new stand-off precision air-to-surface missile (ASM) system designed to address protected high-value targets including command and control (C2) centers, air bases, maintenance centers, and other key infrastructure assets. The precise and anti-jamming GPS/INS guided missile can better penetrate and defeat heavily defended targets, operate day and night in all weather conditions and offers:
– Low & high altitude capabilities
– Modular avionic integration with any western and eastern aircraft
– Simultaneous target engagement
– Launch to hit in less than 5 minutes
– Multipurpose & blast fragmentation warhead