Israel unveiled the Rampage long-range assault rocket

Israel unveiled the Rampage long-range assault rocket 17 June, 2018

IMI Systems (formerly Israel Military Industries) and Israel Aerospace Industries have jointly developed a new long-range precision strike weapon named Rampage suitable for use during stand-off-range attack with 150 km range to the target.

Rampage is a supersonic weapon with 4.7m (15.4ft) length and it has a total weight of 570kg (1,250lb). Its rocket and warhead performance and navigation suite enable the design to be deployed against high-value, well-protected targets with "utmost precision", such as command and control sites, communication facilities, air bases, maintenance centres and critical infrastructure.

the Rampage missile will be released from outside an area protected by air-defence systems. The Weapon is suitable for a broad range of aircraft types, including the Lockheed Martin F-16 fighter,

The stand-off method—long-range artillery launching—has been used by the IAF for many years.

The missile's warhead will be guided by a GPS system, which will allow him to strike during the day as well as the night and in any weather, conditions including fog and cloudiness.

The GPS system's Achilles' heel is that it can be relatively easily disrupted. Therefore, the missile's developers added an additional algorithm-based navigation system as backup that will give the missile immunity.

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