|Place of origin||Russia|
|In service||Russian Air Force|
|Used by||Russian Air Force|
|Wars||Chechen wars, Syrian civil war|
|Manufacturer||Tactical Missiles Corporation|
|Variants||KAB-1500LG-F-E, KAB-1500LG-Pr-E, KAB-1500-LG-OD-E|
|Weight||about 1500 kg|
|Length||4,280 mm (169 in)|
|Diameter||820 mm (32 in)|
|Warhead||high explosive (LG-F-E), penetrating (LG-Pr-E), fuel-air (LG-OD-E)|
|Wingspan||0.58 m (1 ft 11 in) retracted, 1.3 m (4 ft 3 in) extended|
|Flight ceiling||8-10 km|
|Accuracy||4 to 7 m (13 to 23 ft)|
|Sukhoi Su-30MKI/Sukhoi Su-30MKK, Sukhoi Su-34 and Sukhoi Su-35|
KAB-1500L is a Russian precision guided weapon, part of KAB-1500 family, a laser guided bomb and also the current production standard for use on 4+ and 4++ generation fighter jets, like the Sukhoi Su-30MKI/Sukhoi Su-30MKK, Sukhoi Su-34 and Sukhoi Su-35. It is claimed to be the Russian equivalent to USA's Paveway II/Paveway III and is designed to hit railway, ammunition depots, railway terminals, highway bridges, military and industrial facilities, ships and transport vessels. The KAB-1500LG-F-E has an impact fuze which includes 3 different delay modes for target attack and it can also be mounted on older aircraft, like the Sukhoi Su-24 and the Mikoyan MiG-27.
The bomb has been used in the Russian military campaign in Chechnya.