AGM-114 Hellfire

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AGM-114 Hellfire
Lockheed Martin Longbow Hellfire.jpg
Longbow Hellfire tso-kiāñ ê bô-hîng
Luī-hîng Khòng-tuì-bīn tò-tuānn kah Bīn-tuì-khòng tò-tuānn
Guân-sán-tē Bí-kok
Ho̍k-i̍k kì-lo̍k
Ho̍k-i̍k kî-kan 1984 – bo̍k-tsên
Tsèn-tsing War on Terror
Sing-sán li̍k-sú
Sing-sán-siong Lockheed Martin, Boeing (sian-tsiân ê tē-lī lâi-guân), kah Northrop Grumman (kan-na tsè-tsō AGM-114 tn̂g-kiōng tē-ga̍k-hué ê tō-ín-thâu)
Tan-kè

US$150,000[1]

(FY 2021)
US$117,000 (FY2017)[2]
Sing-sán li̍t-kî 1974 – bo̍k-tsên
Ki-pún tsu-guân
Tāng-liōng 100–108 lb (45–49 kg)[3]
Tn̂g-tōo 64 in (1.6 m)
Ti̍t-kìng 7 in (180 mm)
Tuâñ-thâu

E̋n-zín Thiokol TX-657[4][5]
Kòo-thé tuì-tsin-tsē hué-tsìm
I̍k-tén 13 in (0.33 m)
Thui-tsìn-khì APC/HTPB
Ūn-tsok huān-uî 546 yd (0.499 km) to 6.84 mi (11.01 km)
Siōng-kuân sok-tōo Mach 1.3 (995 miles per hour, 1,601 km/h)
Tō-ín hē-thóng Semi-active laser homing
millimeter wave radar seeker
Huat-siā
pêñ-tâi
Rotary- kah fixed-wing aircraft, unmanned combat air vehicles, tripods, ships, kah tē-bīn tshia-lióng

AGM-114 Hellfire (AGM-114 tēl-ga̍k-hué tə̄-tuâñ; poj: AGM-114 tē-ga̍k-hóe tō-tôaⁿ; AGM-114 Hellfire (AGM piáu-sī kóng-tùi-bīn tò-tuâñ (air-to-ground missile])[6]); AGM-114地獄火導彈) sī tsi̍t-tsióng to-pêñ-tâi, to-bo̍k-piau ê Bí-kok tsè-tsō tō-tuâñ. Tsú-iàu iōng-teh huán tsèn-tshia tsok-tsèn (huán tank tsok-tsèn; anti-tank warfare).[7][8]

Sú-iōng kok-ka[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

Hellfire tò-tuāñ sú-iōng kok-ka iōng tshim-nâ-sik lâi piáu-sī.

Ê-kā sóo-lia̍t ê kok-ka sú-iōng Hellfire (tē-ga̍k-hué) tò-tuāñ:[9]

Tsù-kái[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. Writer, Staff (22 March 2021). "Ultimate Guide on AGM-114 Hellfire Missile: Capabilities, Variants, and Cost". The Defense Post. 
  2. "United States Department Of Defense Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Request Program Acquisition Cost By Weapon System" (PDF). Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller)/Chief Financial Officer. January 2016. p. 58. goân-loē-iông (PDF) tī 1 December 2017 hőng khó͘-pih. 18 November 2017 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  3. AGM-114 Hellfire Variants Archived 1 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine.. GlobalSecurity.org, 25 November 2005. Retrieved 14 August 2009.
  4. Parsch, Andreas. "Boeing/Lockheed Martin (Rockwell/Martin Marietta) AGM-114 Hellfire". Directory of U.S. Military Rockets and Missiles. The AGM-114B also introduced the Thiokol TX-657 (M120E1) reduced-smoke rocket motor 
  5. Spring 2014 Industry Study (PDF), National Defence University, Fort McNair, Washington, DC, p. 10, The component that... propels the Hellfire is the Thiokol TX-657 
  6. "AGM-114 Hellfire". Military.com. 26 July 2020 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  7. Hallion, Richard P. (2018). "Chapter 4: Science, Technology and Air Warfare". Chū Olsen, John Andreas. Routledge Handbook of Air Power. Routledge. p. 52. ISBN 978-1-315-20813-8. 
  8. "World Missile Yearbook". goân-loē-iông tī 16 February 2017 hőng khó͘-pih.  Flight International, 14 March 1974
  9. "AGM-114 Hellfire and Longbow Hellfire", Jane's Weapon Systems, Vol. 1: Air-Launched, 19 March 2013.
  10. "Heavy U.S. Military Aid to Lebanon Arrives ahead of Elections". Naharnet Newsdesk. 9 April 2009. goân-loē-iông tī 30 November 2009 hőng khó͘-pih. 9 April 2009 khòaⁿ--ê. 
  11. "Proposed Foreign Military Sale to Tunisia". goân-loē-iông tī 27 July 2014 hőng khó͘-pih. 1 August 2014 khòaⁿ--ê. 

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