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US Air Force aces first missile test of ARRW hypersonic weapon

The December 9 test marks the first complete trial of the all-up-round AGM-183A Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon (ARRW).
ARRW loading procedure

US airmen flesh out loading procedures for new ARRW hypersonic weapon

US Air Force personnel from the Barksdale Air Force Base have taken the first steps toward implementing the Air Force’s first air-launched...
ARRW on Stratofortress

US Air Force’s AGM-183A ARRW hypersonic weapon scores 2nd test success

After two successful tests, the ARRW is poised to undergo all-up-round testing later this year.
First successful ARRW hypersonic flight

US Air Force’s hypersonic ARRW weapon finally completed a successful flight...

ARRW’s booster ignited and achieved hypersonic speeds five times greater than the speed of sound, the US Air Force said.
AGM-183A ARRW test

US Air Force’s ARRW hypersonic weapon logs another unsuccessful flight test

This is the third known unsuccessful flight test of the AGM-183A hypersonic weapon.
AGM-183A ARRW captive carry flight

US Air Force’s ARRW hypersonic weapon flight test fails again

The US Air Force's second AGM-183A Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon (ARRW) test on July 28 did not meet all flight objectives.
ARRW hypersonic weapon

US Air Force detonates ARRW warhead in latest test of the...

The US Air Force detonated the ARRW prototype warhead in a test that involved many firsts.
AGM-183A ARRW on B-52

US Air Force’s long-awaited hypersonic ARRW flight test flops

The ARRW test missile did not complete its launch sequence and remained attached to the B-52H Stratofortress bomber during the test on April 5, 2021.
AGM-183A ARRW on B-52

First flight of AGM-183A hypersonic weapon to take place in next...

The ARRW booster test flight (BTF-1) will demonstrate the booster’s ability to reach operational speeds and collect other important data.
Captive-carry test flight of the ARRW prototype

US Air Force ready for ARRW hypersonic weapon test this week

The ARRW program is a boost-glide based hypersonic weapon, and is proceeding to flight tests after completing several captive carry trials.

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