The Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM), developed by Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control (MFC) for the United States Air Force

The AGM-158 Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) is designed to engage targets from a significant distance, providing stand-off capabilities to launching platforms

The JASSM incorporates stealth features to reduce its radar signature, increasing its chances of penetrating enemy air defenses undetected

The missile's advanced guidance system, including GPS/INS integration, enables precise navigation and targeting, resulting in a high degree of accuracy

The JASSM has the capability to engage targets using both autonomous target recognition and predefined target coordinates, allowing for flexibility in engagement scenarios

It offers flexible mission planning options, including the ability to program the missile to fly specific routes or target multiple locations within a single mission

The JASSM features a robust and powerful penetrator warhead designed to penetrate hardened structures, such as bunkers and underground facilities

It can operate in a networked environment, receiving real-time target updates and retargeting information, enabling dynamic target engagement

The missile's low observability, combined with its long-range capability, reduces the risk to launching platforms and enhances their survivability

The JASSM is designed to operate effectively in various weather conditions, allowing for reliable engagement regardless of environmental factors