Affordable Weapon System
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- Length: (w/o booster): 3.32 m (10 ft 11 in) 
- Diameter: 34.3 cm (13.5 in)
- Weight: 334 kg (737 lb)
- Speed: 400 km/h (250 mph)
- Ceiling: 4570 m (15000 ft)
- Range: > 1560 km (840 nm)
- Propulsion: Solid rocket booster and SWB Turbines SWB-65 turbojet sustainer.
- Payload: 200 lbs.
- Guidance: GPS and in-flight datalink.
- April 2002 - International Systems LLC of San Diego, Calif. (subsidiary of Titan Corp.) awarded a $25,657,312 cost-plus-fixed-fee contract for continuing development and implementation.
- June 2005 - Titan awarded a $32.4 million contract modification to produce approximately 85 missiles for demonstration, test and evaluation. The contract also includes work for the AWS launcher design and ship integration.
- September 2005 - Titan awards contract for launch systems to BAE Systems.
- July 2008 - DOD Research, Development, Test, and Evaluation budget earmarks $15,200,000 for program.
- "ONR/Titan Affordable Weapon - Designation Systems".
- "AFFORDABLE WEAPON SYSTEM (AWS)".
- "Defense Links contracts".
- "U.S. Navy Awards Titan $32.4 Million Affordable Weapon System Contract". Archived from the original on 2005-11-22.
- "BAE SYSTEMS To Build Launching Systems for Titan's Affordable Weapon System".
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