Air-to-ground weaponry

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Autocannon pod (left), S-8 rocket pod (middle) and 9K114 Shturm anti-tank missile (right) mounted on the left wing of a Mi-24W helicopter of Polish Land Forces

Air-to-ground weaponry is aircraft ordnance used by combat aircraft to attack ground targets. The weapons include bombs, machine guns, autocannons, air-to-surface missiles, rockets, air-launched cruise missiles and grenade launchers.

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