The SPICE bomb is designed for precision strikes against a variety of targets, including bunkers, buildings, bridges, and other high-value targets.

SPICE bombs are equipped with advanced guidance systems, including GPS/INS (Global Positioning System/Inertial Navigation System) and imaging infrared or electro-optical seekers for target acquisition and terminal guidance.

The SPICE bomb comes in different variants, allowing users to choose the specific guidance package and warhead type that best suits their mission requirements.

SPICE bombs have a significant standoff range, allowing aircraft to launch them from a safe distance while remaining outside the threat envelope of enemy air defenses.

Some variants of the SPICE bomb feature an adaptive warhead that can penetrate hardened targets, such as reinforced concrete structures, before detonating for maximum effect.

SPICE bombs can be employed in all weather conditions, ensuring operational flexibility and reliability even in adverse environments.

With its precision guidance and selectable warhead options, the SPICE bomb minimizes collateral damage, making it suitable for use in urban environments and other populated areas.

SPICE bombs are compatible with a wide range of aircraft platforms, including fighter jets, bombers, and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), providing flexibility in mission planning and execution.

SPICE bombs feature data link connectivity, allowing for real-time retargeting and mission updates, enhancing operational flexibility and responsiveness.

The SPICE bomb has been used in combat operations by the Israeli Air Force and other air forces, demonstrating its effectiveness and reliability in real-world scenarios.