The GBU-53/B StormBreaker, also known as the Small Diameter Bomb II (SDB II), is a precision-guided munition designed to accurately engage targets with minimal collateral damage. It uses advanced guidance systems to precisely strike designated targets

The StormBreaker features a multi-mode seeker that combines millimeter-wave radar, imaging infrared, and semi-active laser guidance

This enables the weapon to effectively engage targets in all weather conditions, day or night, and in environments with obscured visibility

The StormBreaker incorporates autonomous target recognition (ATR) technology, which allows it to independently identify and track targets

The StormBreaker can be integrated into network-centric warfare systems, enabling it to receive target updates and data from various sources, including other aircraft, ground stations, or drones

The StormBreaker has a significant standoff range, meaning it can be launched from a safe distance away from the target

The StormBreaker's compact size allows multiple weapons to be carried on a single aircraft, maximizing the number of targets that can be engaged during a mission