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The rockets are developed and manufactured by IMI Systems. The AW version is designed as a drop-in replacement with little modification needed to existing rockets. Considerable damage is caused to a large area while leaving behind only solid metal penetrators and inert rocket fragments  from a 90 kg lb warhead containing approximately , preformed tungsten fragments.
The AWP warhead will have equal or greater effect against materiel and personnel targets, while leaving no unexploded ordnance behind. Three rockets were fired from 17 kilometres 11 mi away and destroyed their ground targets.
The Alternative Warhead Program then moved to production qualification testing. They were the first tests conducted with soldiers operating the fire control system, firing rockets at mid and long-range from a HIMARS. With the adoption of the new M30 GPS guided rocket, it is now being referred to as the "70 kilometer sniper rifle".
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The system is also built in Europe by an international consortium of companies from France, Germany, Italy, and the UK. In January , it was agreed that two batteries of MLRS nine launchers a battery were to be transferred from the Netherlands to Finland. The systems were delivered in February The upgrade will add an armoured cab and modernised automotive and launcher components.
Furthermore, the UK will develop country-specific components for the new launchers, including composite rubber tracks, and a vehicle camera and radar system. It will also work on the development of the new fire control system in partnership with the US, Finland, and Italy. The multiple launch rocket system is a high-mobility automatic system based on an M weapons platform.
Without leaving the cab, the crew of three driver, gunner, and section chief can fire up to 12 MLRS rockets in fewer than 60 seconds. The MLRS launcher unit comprises an M launcher loaded with 12 rockets, packaged in two six-rocket pods.
The launcher, which is mounted on a stretched Bradley chassis, is a highly automated self-loading and self-aiming system. It contains a fire control computer that integrates the vehicle and rocket-launching operations. The rockets can be fired individually or in ripples of two to Accuracy is maintained in all firing modes because the computer re-aims the launcher between rounds. The M MLRS can be readily transported to the area of operations, for example, by the C-5 transporter aircraft or by train.
The basic MLRS tactical rocket warhead contains M77 munitions, which are dispensed above the target in mid-air. The dual-purpose bomblets are armed during freefall and a simple drag ribbon orients the bomblets for impact. Each MLRS launcher can deliver almost 8, munitions in fewer than 60 seconds at ranges exceeding 32km. Other mission-oriented rockets include the extended-range ER rocket, the reduced-range practice rocket RRPR with a range of 8km to 15km, and the AT2, which dispenses 28 antitank mines a round.
The extended-range rocket was first fielded in and carries improved munitions in excess of 45km. The MLRS computerised fire control system enables a reduced crew, or even a single soldier, to load and unload the launcher. A portable boom control device and cable hook assembly is used for loading and unloading. The fire control computer allows firing missions to be carried out either manually or automatically.
In a typical fire mission, a command post transmits the selected target data directly to the MLRS computer. The computer aims the launcher and prompts the crew to arm and fire a pre-selected number of rounds. Multiple mission sequences can be pre-programmed and stored in the computer. Block 1, which was used during Operation Desert Storm, carries baseball-sized M74 submunitions to ranges exceeding km.
The MLRS computerized fire control system enables a reduced crew, or even a single Soldier to load and unload the launcher. A portable boom. The M Multiple Launch Rocket System (M MLRS) is an unguided rocket artillery system. It is a very mobile unit well suited for the 'shoot-and-scoot'. The M Multiple Launch Rocket System (M MLRS) is an armored, self-propelled, multiple rocket launcher; a type of rocket artillery.