A picture of Akinci S-1 equipped with NEB bombs was shared by Selcuk Bayraktar, Chief Technology Officer of drone maker Baykar.
The Akıncı S-1 has previously been tested equipped with MAM-C, MAM-L and MAM-T munitions. Compared to the other bombs, the NEB weighs around 1 ton, and it can penetrate to a Minimum of 2.1 m 35 MPa reinforced concrete. NEB can be used with High Precision Guidance Kit (Turkish abb. HGK) and GBU -10E/B Laser Guidance Kit and has the potential to be used with all guidance kits which are compatible with MK-84 (2000 lb) GPB.
The bomb has high penetration performance even at low impact velocities and angles. It provides a high fragmentation effect against secondary surface targets with pre-formed fragments utilized in Augmenting Charge design. It is equipped with programmable fuze to provide delay times. It can be used against various target types. It can be used with all guidance kits that are compatible with MK-84 (2000 lb) GPB. As a result, it can be dropped from all aircraft that can carry MK-84 (2000 lb) GPB.
Technical Features of NEB
|Types of Explosives
Augmenting Charge: PBX 110
Follow Through Bomb: PBX109
Augmenting Charge: ONUR-1 MOD4
Follow Through Bomb: FMU-152 a/b
3” hard target fuzes
Buried Hard Targets
Underground Petrochemical Depots
Command / Control Centers
Stationary Air Defense Missile Sites