|Small Tactical Munition|
|Place of origin||USA|
|Weight||13 pounds (5.9 kg)|
|Length||55 centimetres (22 in)|
|Dual-mode seeker: semi-active laser guidance plus GPS-INS|
It weighs 13 pounds (5.9 kg), and originally had a 7 lb (3.2 kg) warhead. On April 18, 2011, Raytheon successfully tested a new 5 lb (2.3 kg) warhead. Though lighter, the new warhead had a significantly improved blast-fragment capability.
In July 2012, Raytheon claimed the STM could be "months" away from fielding. In early August 2012, Raytheon renamed the munition Pyros and completed the first end-to-end test of the bomb. The test validated the weapon's guidance modes, height-of-burst sensor, electronic safe and arm device, and multi-effects warhead.
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- Tiny 2-Foot Missile Could Be ‘Months’ Away From Drone War - Wired.com, July 13, 2012
- AUVSI: Raytheon completes end-to-end testing of Pyros bomb - Flightglobal.com, August 7, 2012
- Raytheon Small Tactical Munition Scores Direct Hit In First Guided Flight Test - Reuters.com, August 7, 2012
- Pyros - Raytheon.com