Tomahawk Cruise Missile
Used for long-range, subsonic land attack warfare.
Length: 18 feet, 3 inches; with booster: 20 feet, 6 inches.
Diameter: 20.4 inches
Range: Land attack, conventional warhead: 600 nautical miles; 690 statute miles
Speed: About 550 mph
Warhead: Up to 1,000 pounds.
AGM-88 HARM missile
Used for air-to-surface anti-radiation attacks on hostile radar installations
Length: 13 feet, 8 inches
Diameter: 10 inches
Range: 80+ miles; 57+ nautical miles
Speed: 760+ mph
Warhead: Up to 146 pounds.
Used as a heat-seeking, air-to-air missile.
Length: 9 feet, 6 inches
Diameter: 5 inches
Warhead: 20.8 pounds
Used as a long-range, air-launched air intercept missile
Length: 13 feet
Diameter: 15 inches
Range: In excess of 10 nautical miles; 115 statute miles
Speed: In excess of 3,000 mph
Warhead: 135 pounds
Used as an air-, surface- or submarine-launched anti-surface (anti-ship) cruise missile.
Length: 12 feet, 7 inches – air launched
Diameter: 13.5 inches
Range: Over-the-horizon, in excess of 60 nautical miles
Speed: High subsonic
Warhead: Penetration high-explosive blast 488 pounds
Used as an air-to-air and surface-to-air radar-guided missile.
Length: 12 feet
Diameter: 8 inches
Range: More than 30 nautical miles
Speed: More than 2,660 mph
Warhead: 90 pounds
BLU-82 "Daisy Cutter"
The BLU-82 is a 15,000-pound GP bomb. The warhead contains 12,600 pounds of GSX slurry and is detonated just above ground level by a 38-inch fuse extender. The weapon produces an overpressure of 1,000 pounds per square inch.
Length: 141.6 inches
Diameter: 54 inches
Warhead: 15,000 pounds
Air Launched Cruise Missile
Thermobaric Hellfire Missiles