At the Aero India show Raytheon announced that it has successfully tested its AGM-153-C Joint Standoff Weapon (JSOW) from a Lockheed Martin F-16IN Super Viper aircraft as part of India's MMRCA competition.

The JSOW is an air-to-ground weapon that uses a GPS/Internal navigation system and a terminal infrared seeker to guide the weapon to the target.

Raytheon is in discussions to sell India a range of products. These include the Fish Hawk, a system that allows the Boeing P-8I Poseidon (of which India has purchased eight) to deploy torpedoes from high altitudes, and its Seavue radar for light aircraft and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

Source: Flight Daily News