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Photos: RAAF Super Hornets send guided weapons back to the Stone Age

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 21, 2014
A JSOW armed Super Hornet takes off from Amberley. (Defence)
A JSOW armed Super Hornet takes off from Amberley. (Defence)

The RAAF has released these images of Exercise Stoneage, which it describes as a “long-range strike exercise” involving Amberley-based 1 Squadron over May 12 – 24.

“The exercise involved the release of the Joint Stand Off Weapon (JSOW), Guided Bomb Units (GBU)-10, GBU-24 and GBU-31 at the Woomera Air Weapons Range,” the RAAF said.

1SQN armament technicians load a GBU-24 onto a Super Hornet. (Defence)
1SQN armament technicians load a GBU-24 onto a Super Hornet. (Defence)

 

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Photos: RAAF Super Hornets send guided weapons back to the Stone Age

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 21, 2014
A JSOW armed Super Hornet takes off from Amberley. (Defence)
A JSOW armed Super Hornet takes off from Amberley. (Defence)

The RAAF has released these images of Exercise Stoneage, which it describes as a “long-range strike exercise” involving Amberley-based 1 Squadron over May 12 – 24.

“The exercise involved the release of the Joint Stand Off Weapon (JSOW), Guided Bomb Units (GBU)-10, GBU-24 and GBU-31 at the Woomera Air Weapons Range,” the RAAF said.

1SQN armament technicians load a GBU-24 onto a Super Hornet. (Defence)
1SQN armament technicians load a GBU-24 onto a Super Hornet. (Defence)

 

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Photos: RAAF Super Hornets send guided weapons back to the Stone Age

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 21, 2014
A JSOW armed Super Hornet takes off from Amberley. (Defence)
A JSOW armed Super Hornet takes off from Amberley. (Defence)

The RAAF has released these images of Exercise Stoneage, which it describes as a “long-range strike exercise” involving Amberley-based 1 Squadron over May 12 – 24.

“The exercise involved the release of the Joint Stand Off Weapon (JSOW), Guided Bomb Units (GBU)-10, GBU-24 and GBU-31 at the Woomera Air Weapons Range,” the RAAF said.

1SQN armament technicians load a GBU-24 onto a Super Hornet. (Defence)
1SQN armament technicians load a GBU-24 onto a Super Hornet. (Defence)

 

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Photos: RAAF Super Hornets send guided weapons back to the Stone Age

written by australianaviation.com.au | May 21, 2014
A JSOW armed Super Hornet takes off from Amberley. (Defence)
A JSOW armed Super Hornet takes off from Amberley. (Defence)

The RAAF has released these images of Exercise Stoneage, which it describes as a “long-range strike exercise” involving Amberley-based 1 Squadron over May 12 – 24.

“The exercise involved the release of the Joint Stand Off Weapon (JSOW), Guided Bomb Units (GBU)-10, GBU-24 and GBU-31 at the Woomera Air Weapons Range,” the RAAF said.

1SQN armament technicians load a GBU-24 onto a Super Hornet. (Defence)
1SQN armament technicians load a GBU-24 onto a Super Hornet. (Defence)

 

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