THE ROYAL AIR FORCE'S British Aerospace Harrier GR7s will be able to be fitted with up to 20 BAe Typhoon anti-armour missiles if the company wins the contest now under way to supply anti-armour weapons for the aircraft. BAe Dynamics has introduced quadruple-launcher pylons on the aircraft, abandoning the previous triple-launcher configuration. The Typhoon is a derivative of BAe's ASRAAM air-to-air missile.

Source: Flight International