1,400 kg PC 1400 X bomb
The 1,400 kg PC 1400 X is a German manually-guided gliding bomb. It was introduced in Update 1.77 "Advancing Storm".
Vehicles equipped with this weapon
The Fritz-X is a guided armour-piercing gliding bomb weighing circa 1.5 tons, with an explosive payload of 320 kg. It was equipped with a stabilizer and fins as well as a set of radio equipment. The bomb trajectory could be tracked visually from the launching bomber through the bomb sight (bright tracing lights lit up in the tail section of the bomb after launch) and corrected by radio signal using a special joystick. It was mainly used as an anti-ship weapon.
|Explosive mass||320 kg|
|TNT equivalent||320 kg|
|HE max penetration||98 mm|
|Armour destruction radius||14 m|
|Fragment dispersion radius||100 m|
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Pros and cons
- Bomb can be guided into the target
- Good for high altitude bombing cruisers and large slow-moving targets
- Relatively small warhead (comparable to a normal 500 kg bomb)
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