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T.O.

1B-52H-34-2-8

AIRCREW WEAPONS DELIVERY MANUAL
(NONNUCLEAR)
B-52/AGM-158 JASSM
USAF AIRCRAFT
SERIES B-52/AGM-158 JASSM WEAPONS
THE BOEING COMPANY
F34601-98-C-0002
F34601-03-D-0066

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1 DECEMBER 2003
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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8

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* A ....................... 3 * 1-42 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 * 7-12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
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* Flyleaf 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1-46 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 * 2-13 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7-16 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
Flyleaf 2 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . 0 * 1-47 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2-14 – 2-17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 * 7-17 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
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1-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-53 – 1-55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 2-23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 * 7-20C – 7-20D Deleted . . . . 3
1-2 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-56 – 1-61 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2-24 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 7-21 – 7-22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
* 1-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 * 1-62 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 3-1 – 3-2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 7-23 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1-4 – 1-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-62A Added . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3-3 – 3-4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
1-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 * 1-62B – 1-62D . . . . . . . . . . . 3 * 3-5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 * 7-25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
1-7 – 1-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-63 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 3-6 – 3-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 7-26 – 7-27 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
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1-19 – 1-20 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 1-68A – 1-68D Added . . . . . 2 5-1 – 5-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 7-52A Added . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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* 1-22 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 1-70 – 1-73 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 6-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7-53 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
1-23 – 1-24 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 1-74 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 6-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 * 7-54 – 7-55 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
* 1-25 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 * 1-75 – 1-76 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 7-56 – 7-68 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
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1-31 – 1-35 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2-1 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 * 7-7 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 7-74 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
* 1-36 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2-2 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 7-8 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Glossary-1 – Glossary-2 . . . 0
1-37 – 1-38 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 2-3 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 7-9 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 Index-1 – Index-3 . . . . . . . . . 2
* 1-39 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 2-4 – 2-6 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 0 * 7-10 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Index-4 Blank . . . . . . . . . . . . 0
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CURRENT ABBREVIATED CHECKLIST

AGM-158 JASSM
Abbreviated Flight Crew Checklist T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8CL-1 1 Dec 03 Change 3 - 1 Jun 06

Upon receipt of the second and subsequent changes to this technical order, personnel responsible for maintaining this publication in current
status will ascertain that all previous changes have been received and incorporated. Action should be taken promptly if the publication is
incomplete.
*The asterisk indicates pages changed, added, or deleted by the current change.

ADDITIONAL COPIES OF THIS PUBLICATION MAY BE OBTAINED BY USAF ACTIVITIES IN ACCORDANCE WITH T.O. 00-5-1.

A Change 3 USAF

WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE

T.O. NO. BASIC DATE CHANGE NO. – DATE PTO CHANGE NO. – DATE

T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 1 DEC 03 CHANGE 2 - 1 JUL 2005 AMI

VERIFICATION
VALIDATION
METHOD

METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

TCTO Listings (P, PG iv) 1 Mar 04 A
Offensive Avionics System (OAS)
Interface (P, PG 1-11 ) 1 Mar 04 A
Weapon Control Panel
Interface (P, PG 1-11 ) 1 Mar 04 A
Missile Data Flow (Typical)
(F: 1-4, PG 1-13) 1 Mar 04 A
Weapon Control Panel
(F: 1-5, 2 /2, PG 1-15) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM IKB Commands
(F: 1-9, 1/2, PG 1-19) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM IKB Commands
(F: 1-9, 2/2, PG 1-20) 1 Mar 04 A
Weapon Jettison
(P, PG 1-22) 1 Mar 04 A
AJCP Commanded Jettison
(P, PG 1-22) 1 Mar 04 A
Pilot’s Bmb Bay & Missile Jett Contrl
Switch Commanded Jett (P, PG1-25) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM SMO Software
(P, PG 1-27) 1 Mar 04 A
SMO MFD Displays
(P, PG 1-27 – 1-28) 1 Mar 04 A
Prime Mission Data
(P, PG 1-28) 1 Mar 04 A
Weapon Supervision Menu (CF-5)
(P, PG 1-30) 1 Dec 04 A
PART SIM Mode Command (CF-51)
(P, PG 1-30) 1 Dec 04 A
FULL SIM Mode Command (CF-52)
(P, PG 1-30) 1 Dec 04 A
JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57)
(P, PG 1-30A) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM Control Function (CF)
Commands (F: 1-16, PG 1-30B) 1 Mar 04 A
CF Menu
(F: 1-17, 1/2, PG 1-30C) 15 Mar 04 A
CF Menu
(F: 1-17, 2/2, PG 1-30D) 15 Mar 04 A
Weapon Supervision Menu (CF-5)
(F: 1-18, 1/2, PG 1-30E) 15 Mar 04 A

LEGEND:

(A) DATA ELEMENT: (S) = SECTION, (PG) = PAGE, (P) = PARAGRAPH, (F) = FIGURE, (T) = TABLE

(B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE, (S) = SIMULATION, (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP)

V/VS-1

WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE

T.O. NO. BASIC DATE CHANGE NO. – DATE PTO CHANGE NO. – DATE

T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 1 DEC 03 CHANGE 2 - 1 JUL 2005 AMI

VERIFICATION
VALIDATION
METHOD

METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

Weapon Supervision Menu (CF-5)
(F: 1-18, 2/2, PG 1-30F) 15 Mar 04 A
Classified Data Erase Command
(CF-575) (P, PG 1-31) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM Auto Targeting Mode
(CF-580) (P, PG 1-31) 1 Mar 04 A
Missile Tgt Assign(Manual Targeting)
Display (CF-586) (P, PG 1-31) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57)
(F: 1-18, 1/2, PG 1-32) 15 Mar 04 A
JASSM Supervision Menu CF-57
(F: 1-18, 2/2, PG 1-33) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM Targeting Menu (CF-58)
(F: 1-20, 1/2, PG 1-34) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM Targeting Menu (CF-58)
(F: 1-20, 2/2, PG 1-35) 1 Mar 04 A
Missile Target Assignment Display
(CF-586) (F: 1-21, 1/3, PG 1-36) 1 Mar 04 A
Missile Target Assignment Display
(CF-586) (F: 1-18, 2/3, PG 1-37) 1 Mar 04 A
Missile Target Assignment Display
(CF-586) (F: 1-18, 3/3, PG 1-38) 1 Mar 04 A
Direct Target Definition Display
(CF-588,n) (P, PG 1-39) 1 Mar 04 A
Retarget-All Command (CF589)
(P, PG 1-41) 1 Mar 04 A
Direct Tgt Definition Disp (CF-588,n)
(P, 1-22, 2/4, PG 1-43) 1 Mar 04 A
CF-62 SMO Menu
(P, PG 1-46) 1 Mar 04 A
CF-65 Data Record
(P, PG 1-46) 1 Mar 04 A
CF-67 Shutdown
(P, PG 1-47) 1 Mar 04 A
CF-68 ECU Power Override
(P, PG 1-47) 1 Mar 04 A
CF-69A & CF-69B ACU Shutdown
(P, PG 1-47) 1 Mar 04 A
FCP Supervision Menu (CF-6)
(F: 1-23, 1/2, PG 1-48) 1 Mar 04 A
FCP Supervision Menu (CF-6)
(F: 1-23, 2/2, PG 1-49) 1 Mar 04 A

LEGEND:

(A) DATA ELEMENT: (S) = SECTION, (PG) = PAGE, (P) = PARAGRAPH, (F) = FIGURE, (T) = TABLE

(B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE, (S) = SIMULATION, (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP)

V/VS-2

WARNING

This manual contains unverified procedures. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification, in accor-
dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to
equipment.

TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE

T.O. NO. BASIC DATE CHANGE NO. – DATE PTO CHANGE NO. – DATE

T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 1 DEC 03 CHANGE 2 - 1 JUL 2005 AMI

VERIFICATION
VALIDATION
METHOD

METHOD
DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS
VALIDATED VERIFIED

(A) (B) (B)

SMO Load Menu (CF-62)
(F: 1-24, PG 1-50) 1 Mar 04 A
Mission Supervision Menu
(P, PG 1-51) 15 Mar 04 A
B-52 Mission Data Load Command
(P, PG 1-51) 1 Dec 04 A
Weapon Group Load Display
(CF-82A, CF-82C)(P, PG 1-52) 1 Mar 04 A
Mission Supervision Menu
(F: 1-25, 1/2, PG 1-52A) 15 Mar 04 A
Mission Supervision Menu
(F: 1-25, 2 /2, PG 1-52B) 15 Mar 04 A
B-52 Mission Data Load Display
(CF-81)(F: 25A, 1/2, PG 1-52C) 15 Mar 04 A
B-52 Mission Data Load Display
(CF-81)(F: 25A, 2/2, PG 1-52D) 1 Mar 04 A
Wpn Grp Load Menu
(F: 1-25B, 1/2, PG 1-52E) 1 Mar 04 A
Wpn Grp Load Menu
(F: 1-25B, 2/2, PG 1-52F) 1 Mar 04 A
Targeting Completion Command
(CF-DD) (P, PG 1-52G) 1 Mar 04 A
Direct Target Copy Command (CF-Dn)
(P, PG 1-52G) 1 Mar 04 A
Format (FRMT) Displays
(P, PG 1-56) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM Status & Inventory Display
(FRMT-7)(P, PG 1-56) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM Status & Invent Disp w/ Sel
Sta Status (FRMT-7xy)(P, PG 1-57) 1 Mar 04 A
Weapon Assignment Data Display
(P, PG 1-57) 1 Mar 04 A
Stores Inventory Summary Display
(FRMT-77)(P, PG 1-57) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM Format Commands
(F: 1-28, PG 1-57) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM FRMT (Format) Menu
(F: 1-29, 1/2, PG 1-58) 1 Mar 04 A
JASSM FRMT (Format) Menu
(F: 1-29, 2/2, PG 1-59) 1 Mar 04 A
PME Status Display (FRMT-6)
(F: 1-30, 1/2, PG 1-60) 1 Mar 04 A

LEGEND:

(A) DATA ELEMENT: (S) = SECTION, (PG) = PAGE, (P) = PARAGRAPH, (F) = FIGURE, (T) = TABLE

(B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE, (S) = SIMULATION, (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP)

V/VS-3

Sheet 2/2. PG 1-62) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Status & Inventory Display (FRMT-7)(F: 1-31. 6/6. PG 1-62C) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Status & Inventory Display (FRMT-7)(F: 1-31. (S) = SIMULATION. 5/5. 4/6. (PG) = PAGE. Sheet 1/2. PG 1-62A) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Status & Inventory Display (FRMT-7)(F: 1-31. in accor- dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. PG 1-73) 1 Mar 04 A Program Display (PRGM) (F: 1-36. 2/6. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to equipment.O. 2/2. (F) = FIGURE. 1/2. – DATE PTO CHANGE NO. BASIC DATE CHANGE NO.O. PG 1-63) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Stat & Invent Disp w/ Sel Sta Status (F: 1-32. (P) = PARAGRAPH. 1B-52H-34-2-8 1 DEC 03 CHANGE 2 . 4/6. PG 1-72) 1 Mar 04 A Weapon Summary Display (F: 1-34. PG 1-77) 1 Mar 04 A Program Display (PRGM) (F: 1-36. 1/6. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification. PG 1-61) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Status & Inventory Display (FRMT-7)(F: 1-31. PG 1-78) 1 Mar 04 A LEGEND: (A) DATA ELEMENT: (S) = SECTION. 3/6. 2/5. (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP) V/VS-4 . PG 1-62D) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Status & Inventory Display (FRMT-7)(F: 1-31. PG 1-68C) 1 Mar 04 A Stores Inventory Display (F: 1-32B. TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE T. PG 1-70) 1 Mar 04 A Weapon Summary Display (F: 1-34. 2/2. 3/3.1 JUL 2005 AMI VERIFICATION VALIDATION METHOD METHOD DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS VALIDATED VERIFIED (A) (B) (B) PME Status Display (FRMT-6) (F: 1-30. 5/6. 3/5. PG 1-67) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Stat & Invent Disp w/ Sel Sta Status (F: 1-32. PG 1-62B) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Status & Inventory Display (FRMT-7)(F: 1-31. 4/5. 3/6. PG 1-68D) 1 Mar 04 A Weapon Summary Display (P. PG 1-65) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Stat & Invent Disp w/ Sel Sta Status (F: 1-32. PG 1-68B) 1 Mar 04 A Stores Inventory Display (F: 1-32B. PG 1-68A) 1 Mar 04 A Weapon Assignment Data Display (F: 1-32A. NO. PG 1-68) 1 Mar 04 A Weapon Assignment Data Display (F: 1-32A. PG 1-71) 1 Mar 04 A Weapon Summary Display (F: 1-34. 1/3. (T) = TABLE (B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE. WARNING This manual contains unverified procedures. – DATE T. 2/3. PG 1-66) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Stat & Invent Disp w/ Sel Sta Status (F: 1-32.

1B-52H-34-2-8 1 DEC 03 CHANGE 2 . PG 7-10 . PG 2-22) 1 Mar 04 A Selective Jettison Using WCP/SMO (P. in accor- dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. PG 7-7) 1 Mar 04 A Missile Power Application (P. PG 7-14) 1 Mar 04 A Missile Mission Data and Targeting (P. PG 7-3) 1 Mar 04 A WCE Power Application (P.7-11) 1 Mar 04 A Launch Point Target Number (P. PG 2-3) 1 Mar 04 A After Engine Start (P.O. PG 6-7) 1 Mar 04 A OAS/JASSM Operation (P. PG 7-8) 1 Mar 04 A Missile and Ejector Status (P. PG 7-17) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Tgt Assign (Manual Targeting) Disp(CF-586)(F: 7-6. PG 2-9 . PG 7-12) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Status & Inventory Display (FRMT-7)(F: 7-4. (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP) V/VS-5 . PG 7-12) 1 Mar 04 A Missile GPS Alignment Quality (P. PG 7-19) 1 Dec 04 A Direct Target Definition Disp(CF-586) (F: 7-7. 2/2. PG 7-17) 1 Mar 04 A Automatic Targeting (P. PG 3-5) 1 Mar 04 A Telemetry Power Off Command (CF-57B) (Test Only)(P. – DATE PTO CHANGE NO. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to equipment. PG 7-20A) 1 Dec 04 A LEGEND: (A) DATA ELEMENT: (S) = SECTION.1 JUL 2005 AMI VERIFICATION VALIDATION METHOD METHOD DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS VALIDATED VERIFIED (A) (B) (B) General (Procedures) (P. (P) = PARAGRAPH. (T) = TABLE (B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE. BASIC DATE CHANGE NO. PG 3-3) 1 Mar 04 A Selective Jettison Using AJCP (P. WARNING This manual contains unverified procedures. 1/2. PG 3-4) 1 Mar 04 A Emergency Jettison (P. PG 4-3) 1 Mar 04 A MIssion Planning Considerations (P. (F) = FIGURE. (PG) = PAGE. PG 2-7) 1 Mar 04 A MIssile Power Application (P.2-10) 1 Mar 04 A Post Strike/ Abort Procedures (P. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification. – DATE T. PG 7-17) 1 Mar 04 A Missile Targeting Methods (P.O. NO. (S) = SIMULATION. TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE T.

7/17. 1B-52H-34-2-8 1 DEC 03 CHANGE 2 . 1/17. PG 7-53) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. 2/17.1 JUL 2005 AMI VERIFICATION VALIDATION METHOD METHOD DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS VALIDATED VERIFIED (A) (B) (B) Missile/Tgt Assign (Man Targeting) Data Entry Proced (P. 8/17. (P) = PARAGRAPH. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification. (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP) V/VS-6 . PG 7-60) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. PG 7-51) 1 Mar 04 A Simulated WCE Responses (P. (PG) = PAGE. (S) = SIMULATION. PG 7-58) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. 4/17. PG 7-61) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. PG 7-52) 1 Mar 04 A SMO Restart (P. WARNING This manual contains unverified procedures. 9/17. – DATE PTO CHANGE NO. 3/17. PG 7-51) 1 Mar 04 A Simulated Ranging (P. PG 7-51) 1 Mar 04 A Simulated Missile Loadout (P. (T) = TABLE (B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE. PG 7-56) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. NO. PG 7-54) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. PG 7-50) 1 Mar 04 A Simulation Capabilities (P. 10/17. 6/17. PG 7-23) 1 Mar 04 A Automatic Launch Determination (P. TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE T. 5/17. BASIC DATE CHANGE NO. PG 7-51) 1 Mar 04 A Simulated Targeting Operations (P. PG 7-52) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. PG 7-59) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. PG 7-46) 1 Mar 04 A Missile Jettison (P. PG 7-51) 1 Mar 04 A SMO Termination (P. – DATE T. 11/17. PG 7-62) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. PG 7-55) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. in accor- dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3. PG 7-57) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19.O. (F) = FIGURE.O. PG 7-63) 1 Dec 04 A LEGEND: (A) DATA ELEMENT: (S) = SECTION. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to equipment.

O. PG 7-68D) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Status Messages (F: 7-21. 1B-52H-34-2-8 1 DEC 03 CHANGE 2 . NO. (A) = ANALYSIS (TABLE-TOP) V/VS-7/(V/VS-8 blank) . PG 7-68C) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Advisories (F: 7-20. PG 7-66) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19.1 JUL 2005 AMI VERIFICATION VALIDATION METHOD METHOD DATA ELEMENT DATE DATE REMARKS VALIDATED VERIFIED (A) (B) (B) JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. (T) = TABLE (B) VALIDATION OR VERIFICATION METHOD: (P) = PERFORMANCE. 2/3. PG 7639) 1 Mar 04 A Safe Release Advisories (F: 7-22. – DATE PTO CHANGE NO. PG 7-67) 1 Mar 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. (PG) = PAGE. PG 7-64) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. – DATE T. (S) = SIMULATION. TECHNICAL ORDER VALIDATION/VERIFICATION STATUS PAGE T. 3/3. 13/17. PG 7-68) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. Performance of unverified procedures may result in injury to personnel or damage to equipment. (F) = FIGURE. in accor- dance with TOs 00-5-1 and 00-5-3.O. BASIC DATE CHANGE NO. 17/17. PG 7-65) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Master Faults (F: 7-19. 15/17. PG 7-69) 1 Mar 04 A LEGEND: (A) DATA ELEMENT: (S) = SECTION. Unverified procedures shall only be performed during verification. PG 7-68A) 1 Dec 04 A JASSM Advisories (F: 7-20. WARNING This manual contains unverified procedures. 16/17. (P) = PARAGRAPH. 14/17. 12/17.

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1B-52H-34-2-8 STATUS OF SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL SUPPLEMENTS This supplement status page is based on information available to the manual editor as of the date of this publication.O. T. SUPPLEMENTS IN THIS CHANGE Number Date Short Title Section Affected OUTSTANDING SUPPLEMENTS Number Date Short Title Section Affected SS-1(I) 30 September 03 Recycle Weapon Power After Targeting II. The information may not be current as it must be updated by any subsequent supple- ment status pages and by reference to T. 0-1-CD-1.O. VI Change 3 Flyleaf-1/(Flyleaf-2 blank) . VII SS-4(I) 27 January 06 JASSM Launch Criteria II. V.

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T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Table of Contents SECTION I DESCRIPTION 1-1 SECTION II NORMAL AIRCREW PROCEDURES 2-1 SECTION III EMERGENCY AIRCREW PROCEDURES 3-1 SECTION IV SUPPLEMENTARY DATA 4-1 SECTION V OPERATING LIMITATIONS 5-1 SECTION VI MISSION PLANNING 6-1 SECTION VII SYSTEMS OPERATION 7-1 GLOSSARY GLOSSARY 1 ALPHABETICAL INDEX INDEX 1 i .

In all instances. MISSION PLANNING – Contains information on transportation of dan- gerous material. Compliance with procedures herein is mandatory. identifies. Abbreviated checklists for the procedures given in this manual are contained in a stand alone Weapon Delivery Checklist. SUPPLEMENTARY DATA – Contains information on operational test sys- tems. This checklist is identified by a T. OPERATING LIMITATIONS – Contains important weapon and weapon system limitations that must be taken into account during planning and accomplish- ment of a mission. EMERGENCY AIRCREW PROCEDURES – Contains weapon jettison procedures. CHECKLISTS. inflight emergency notification. and malfunction analysis are included.T. number that is identical to that of the applicable weapon delivery manual except for the addition of the let- ters CL (checklist). The procedures in this manual reflect the latest applicable rules and poli- cies. Section IV. No attempt is made to regulate or define conditions under which the mis- sion will be aborted. guid- ance performance. JASSM systems.O. Section II. ii Change 2 . Theory of guidance system operation. and the Standoff Weapon Stores Management Overlay loaded. Section VI. This manual provides aircrews with descriptive and procedural information required for delivery of the AGM-158 Joint Air-To-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) from B-52H air- craft modified with Integrated Conventional Stores Management System (ICSMS). DESCRIPTION – Locates. This manual is divided into seven sections as follows: Section I. Section III. 1B-52H-34-2-8 INTRODUCTION SCOPE. Since launch point and type of maneuver are sufficiently flexible to allow for inflight decisions. and inflight mission data changes that can be accomplished by the flightcrew. only those operations which are within the scope of the current applicable safety rules may be per- formed. Mission planning shall provide maximum protection to friendly and neutral areas consistent with operational requirements. and functionally describes the weapon and aircraft components which directly concern the aircrew in the control and deliv- ery of the JASSM. Aircrew compliance with these procedures and policies is mandatory. Selection of launch point and type of maneuver shall be guided by the possible effect upon friendly or neutral areas of a missile guidance or control system failure. SAFETY POLICIES. Section VII. Section V. ARRANGEMENT. NORMAL AIRCREW PROCEDURES – Contains partially illustrated am- plified checklists for performance of normal aircrew weapon delivery procedures from preflight through after landing and procedures applicable in the event a mission is aborted.O. aircrews shall be briefed concerning the potential disaster hazard to friendly or neutral areas. PRECEDENCE. SYSTEMS OPERATION – Contains additional material regarding the operation of the aircraft.

The currency of safety and operational supplements affecting your manual can be determined by referring to the Weekly Index of Bomber Aircraft Safety Supplements (T. should be used to gain more comprehensive information on subjects referred to in this technical order: 1B-52H-1 Flight Manual 1B-52H-1-1 Flight Manual . Information involving flightcrew safety and di- rectly pertaining to the information contained herein will be promptly forwarded to you by Safety Supplements issued against this manual. Operational information not involving safety but of an urgent nature will be forwarded to you by Opera- tional Supplements issued against this manual. WARNINGS. 0-1-CD-1).O. which could result in personal injury or loss of life if not carefully followed. following the A pages.O. Operating procedures.” “Cautions. available to using commands. 1B-52H-34-2-8 REFERENCES. AND NOTES. etc. Formal printed sup- plements are identified by red letters “SS” for safety supplements and black letters “OS” for operational supplements printed around the borders of the pages. CAUTIONS. etc. technique. T. Performance Data 1B-52H-1-12 Radar Navigator’s/Navigator’s Manual 1B-52H-1-13 Electronic Warfare Officer’s Manual 1B-52H-2-31GA-1 General Aircraft/Bomb Release System B-52H 1B-52H-33-2-1 Nonnuclear Munitions Loading Procedures 1B-52H-34-2-1 Aircrew Weapon Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) B-52 1B-52H-34-2-7 Aircrew Weapon Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) B-52/AGM-154 JSOW 1B-52H-34-2-8-1 B-52H/AGM-158 Aircrew Weapons Delivery Manual Classified Supplement 1B-52H-34-2-9 Aircrew Weapon Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) B-52/AGM-86C/D 1B-52H-5 Basic Weight Checklist and Loading Data B-52H 1-1M-34 Aircrew Weapons Delivery Manual (Nonnuclear) JMEM Joint Munition Employment Manual SAFETY AND OPERATIONAL SUPPLEMENTS.Appendix 1.O. Interim supplements are normally replaced by formal printed supplements at an early date. techniques.” and “Notes” found throughout the manual. Safety and operational supplements will be filed in accordance with Section VI of the Air Force Technical Order System. 00-5-1. The following definitions apply to “Warnings. which is considered essential to emphasize. The following publications. As a further aid a supplement summary is included in this manual. but there is no point in restrict- ing your operation by complying with a replaced or rescinded supplement. techniques. etc. The title block of each supple- ment and the title page of this manual should also be checked to determine the effect they may have on existing supplements. You must remain constantly aware of the status of all supplements – current supplements must be complied with. depending on the urgency of the information. which could result in damage to equipment if not carefully followed. Operating procedures. for both safety and operational supplements: however. T. Safety Supplements covering loss of life will get to you in 48 hours by message (called Interim Safety Supplements) and those concerning serious damage to equipment within 15 days by mail (in a formal printed form). Change 2 iii . These will be forwarded by message (inter- im) or by mail (formal). this summary can only be as current as this manual. NOTE An operating procedure.

and questions regarding this manual should be sub- mitted on AF Form 847 through the local standardization/evaluation unit and routed to 327 BMSG/EN.T. NO. Review conferences with operating personnel and a constant review of reports assure inclusion of the latest data in this manual. and MAY. WILL. relo- cation of material. Oklahoma 73145-3021. MAY An acceptable or suggested means of accomplishment. iv Change 3 . SHOULD Normally used to indicate a preferred but nonmandatory method of accomplishment. Comments. Line drawings use a miniature pointing hand to highlight the affected area. TITLE ⎧1B-52H-753 Installation of Global Positioning System (GPS) on B-52H Aircraft (ECP 0109) CS ⎨ ⎩1B-52H-756 Installation of Integrated Conventional Stores Management System (ICSMS) on B-52H Aircraft (ECP 0109) [AMI] 1B-52H-830 Replacement of Ballistics Computer Set AN/AYQ-10 and Inertial Navigation System AN/ASN-136 on B-52H Aircraft. and tabular data where changes cannot be identified. RESPONSIBLE AGENCY.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 SHALL. CHANGE SYMBOLS. RETROFIT CODING. Those known to be completed are not included. Text ma- terial utilized a vertical line in the margin adjacent to the affected area. The following code symbols along with the word ‘‘Less’’ are used to distinguish information related to aircraft that have the described retrofit change incorporated from that which is applicable to aircraft not yet retrofitted. Change symbols are not used for blank space resulting from deletions. This list contains only TCTO’s currently active. New illustrations (figures) utilize a vertical line in the outer margin of the page. SHOULD. Tinker AFB. or correction of minor inaccuracies unless such correction changes the meaning. SYMBOL T. Changes to existing material and addition of new material are indicated by one of three types of symbols determined by the nature of the material affected. Every effort is made to keep this manual current. indexes. corrections. The following definitions apply to the words: SHALL or WILL The instructions or procedures prefaced by “shall” or “will” are mandatory.O. 3001 Staff Drive Suite 2AF193A.

T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Description section I table of contents page PART 1 – B-52/AGM-158 JASSM SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 1-3 B-52/JASSM WEAPON SYSTEM 1-3 B-52 CARRIER EQUIPMENT 1-3 JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE (JASSM) 1-3 JASSM SUSPENSION SYSTEM 1-7 JASSM COVER 1-7 PART 2 – OFFENSIVE AVIONICS SYSTEM 1-11 OFFENSIVE AVIONICS SYSTEM (OAS) INTERFACE 1-11 OAS/WEAPON SYSTEM RELATED CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS 1-11 WEAPON JETTISON 1-22 PART 3 – JASSM SMO SOFTWARE 1-27 SMO MFD DISPLAYS 1-27 RELEASE ADVISORY DISPLAY 1-27 PRIME MISSION DATA 1-29 CONTROL FUNCTION (CF) DISPLAYS 1-29 FORMAT (FRMT) DISPLAYS 1-56 PROGRAM (PRGM) DISPLAYS 1-74 1-1/(1-2 blank) .

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T. from each Heavy Stores Adapter Beam (HSAB) mounted on an Integrated Conventional Stores The JASSM is trapezoidal in cross section. figure 1-1. medium range autonomous cruise mis. and monitors assists in steering control. are fired to deploy both the flight surfaces and the vertical tail. when configured for JASSM carriage and fueled (JP-10) Teledyne 370 series turbojet engine. 1B-52H-1. The B-52 aircraft has precision. The aircraft MIL- Air-To-Surface Standoff Missile Stores Manage. and launch of missiles.4 Inches weapon system. Electrical connection to sources. rack. regulated dc power conversion. and the JASSM. release.O. is equipped with the following equipment: JASSM uses a 1000-pound class WDU-42/B war- OAS Hardware. pyrotechnics and the multifunction displays (MFD). JASSM. OAS Software. is stowed in a folded position and is also pyrotechni- The OAS interfaces with the carrier electrical cally deployed after launch. The no-seeker mission option provides The B-52 Joint Air to Surface Standoff Missile excellent performance against soft targets using (JASSM) weapon system consists of a Conventional GPS/Inertial guidance to target impact. missile super. including the Joint head with a FMU-156B fuze. integrated keyboard (IKB) of the rear launch lug.O. programming. For information on missile release. and Less [AMI] the is the only electrical connection to the missile. STD-1760 cable connection to the missile umbilical ment Overlay (JASSM SMO). Propulsion is provided by a liquid The B-52. and panel lighting. deployed after launch. The fu- Management System (ICSMS) external pylon. Turbojet ing aircraft or other command agency. Width 24. in that once launched. JOINT AIR-TO-SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE JASSM physical characteristics are as follows: (JASSM) The AGM-158A JASSM. is an air. control and display panels. The vertical tail surface environmental control equipment in the aircraft.9 Inches sile. An internal B-52 CARRIER EQUIPMENT hardback assembly and several bulkheads provide structural strength. After release. JASSM is designed as a launch and leave Height 20. The seeker Enhancement Modification (CEM) modified B-52 is employed against targets requiring high impact with OAS. six in a GPS/Inertial terminal guidance mode. A GPS Pound Class Change 3 1-3 . The no-seeker mission option can be used the capability of releasing 12 JASSM missiles. The use of Weight 2250 pounds the Infrared (IR) seeker in the nose of the missile is Seeker Infrared optional based on target requirements. which depicts both the missile arming and flight transition actions are In-Range and In-Zone Launch Acceptability Re. electronically controlled within the missile after gions (LARs) for the JASSM. A pair of folding lugs with 30 The offensive avionics system (OAS) controls power inch spacing is provided for mating to the ejector application. Flight surfaces (wings) are stowed in a folded The OAS also provides signal processing. Primary missile control the B-52 is made via a MIL-STD-1760 cable inter- and monitor is provided through the OAS weapon face through the missile umbilical connector just aft control panel (WCP). A single vertical tail surface vision. The missile Guidance GPS/Inertial uses a tightly coupled Global Positioning System Warhead WDU-042 (GPS) aided Inertial Navigation System (INS) for One Thousand mid-course and terminal area navigation. All pilots’ moving map display. selage is constructed from composite shells of a sandwiched foam core construction.B-52/AGM-158 JASSM SYSTEM DESCRIPTION B-52/JASSM WEAPON SYSTEM anti-jam capability is also provided to ensure robust performance. the missile Lug Spacing 30 inches Wing Span (fully deployed) 120 inches will navigate to and engage its planned target with Engine Teledyne 370 series no further control communication from the launch. No other lanyards or release de- the pilots’ moving map display see GPS IU/TACAN vices are required between the host aircraft and the EMULATION in T. Length 168 inches launched. storage location under the fuselage and are pyrotechnically avionics. 1B-52H-34-2-8 PART 1 .

O.T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Joint Air to Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) Figure 1-1 1-4 .

The elevons are not tanks are pressurized by engine bleed air during effective until the wings are deployed to 45 degrees. pitch stability is achieved. Fuze settings host aircraft.O. are jettisoned from the missile after a fixed delay bly is split horizontally to allow the installation of following launch. wing spars drive the elevons. 1-5 . and blast/fragmentation damage capabilities for the JASSM. transfers fuel between An elevon located on the outer portion of each wing tanks. The wings are com. while tail fires to erect and latch the tail. The entire verti- fitting around the forward inlet lips. Wedge separation occurs after the warhead late in the assembly process. aft well of the warhead case and secured with a re- stage pyrotechnic actuator. 40. containing PBX(AF)-757 have a constant chord and thickness except at the insensitive munition fill. 15 creases pitch stability to aid separation from the 20. The aft lower bridge side of each aft strake and held in place by pyro- encloses the warhead below the aft lug. wings are deployed. The FMU-156/B prevent flutter during captive carriage. The Bomb Impact As- sessment (BIA) antenna is located in the vertical The fabricated skins are constructed of stiffened fin. 10. detonation. Fuel (JP-10) is carried in four fuselage fuel tanks sure symmetrical deployment. Missile Control launch a pyrotechnic actuator located in the folded Unit (MCU). and an FMU-156/B fuze. sile makes a clean separation from the aircraft and cated from stainless steel. 1B-52H-34-2-8 FUSELAGE VERTICAL TAIL The fuselage has a pointed nose with a trapezoidal The vertical tail is constructed similar to the wings. After Inertial Measuring Unit (IMU). missile powered flight. The wings consists of the loaded case. the fuel pump where pressure is boosted to the tions and pitch control by symmetrical deflection. The main technic retention pins. The com. foam cores contained between composite panels. The WDU-42/B warhead provides the hard target WINGS penetration. The forward cover encloses the IR seeker. WARHEAD the vertical fin actuator and the vertical fin root. The wing deployment mech- anism connects both the left and right wings to en. 50 and 120 milliseconds. The wedges insure the mis- superframe and the wing carry-through are fabri. The superframe assem. The wings move from 75 degrees to a are established during mission planning and can be 45 degree sweep position for cruise when initial changed in flight. Two covers close out the bottom of the Prior to launch the tail is folded over 135 degrees fuselage. The fuel provides pitch and roll control. 30. cated inside the aft fuselage. Arming power is provided only wings next to the missile fuselage until launch to from the JASSM engine alternator. The launch aircraft. using a two. The fuel system distributes fuel from the tanks to the engine. and missile retention. and vents the tanks during filling. The fuze is installed in the are deployed in a two step process. arm. This first deployment position in. The warhead The missile has two deployable wings. The engine/ tail frame secures the engine to the upper fuselage. wing fuselage intersection where the upper wing The warhead is capable of penetrating and defeat- surface transitions to a flat surface for the wing ing hardened underground facilities as well as de- pivot integration. The wings is a programmable fuze. The bulkheads consist of a superframe assembly BLOW OFF WEDGES and 2 conventional frames. The 45 degree sweep position aids longitudinal stability and contributes FUEL SYSTEM a large dihedral effect. The FMU-156/B modes of operation manded to extend to 75 degrees when clear of the are BIT. the aft cover cal tail pivots on a metallic shaft for yaw control. ejector and sway brace Two expendable wedges are located on the under- loads. pressure level required by the engine for engine Electro-mechanical actuators mounted inside the start. cross section. command fire delay times are instantaneous. and held in place by a mechanical latch. Mechanical latches hold the stroying soft targets. warhead and the wing section. Fuel from the tanks is fed to Roll control is provided by differential elevon deflec. impact fire and command fire. encloses the propulsion section and aft fuel tank The electro-mechanical rotary yaw actuator is lo- and test instrumentation kit areas. T. posite forward frame provides stiffness. taining ring. made of aluminum. The superframe assem- bly supports the launch lug.

The trans- CCA. Heaters are on during any WIU op- erations. acceptance of inertial aiding data power to these heaters. Critical functions ers on both the ADP and FSP. variable throttle for optimal cruise or airspeed con. Ensure the in a digital receiver back-end. AIR DATA SYSTEM JASSM Anti-Jam Global Positioning System Receiver (JAGR) and JAGR-S Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing The air data system is composed of an Air Data Module (SAASM) Probe (ADP). The IMU is attached to the seeker assembly to en- trol to meet the time on target requirement. missile terminal engagement status and missile ments consist of a squib and power distribution health data just prior to target impact. This provides interference-free LOS measurements to the MCU’s navigation func- Missile Control Unit (MCU) tion. a squib activated gas flow to aid engine compartment cooling. The seeker assembly ing signal reception beams in the known directions of consists of the gimbaled IR imaging sensor and IMU. and an Inertial Measurement Unit (IMU). A pyrotech. then a minimum provide these measurements. signals from the antenna. optics. and air data transducer as. multaneously steering multiple higher gain produc- S). a sensor assembly. tion functions algorithms in the MCU. lected in a jamming environment. icing can de. pable of transmitting data at 2400 Bps rate to a sembly. con- trol and processing for the operation of the missile. sure dynamic alignment. receiving GPS satellite and jammer to 13 minutes depending on ambient temperature. The JAGR-Ss critical JASSM heater power is applied (WIU ON) task is to provide GPS satellite line-of-sight (LOS) at least 15 minutes prior to launch.T. JASSM Anti-jam nulls signals in the direction of the jammers while si- Global Positioning System Receiver (JAGR or JAGR. GPS applied. The BIA transmitter is connected to an antenna mounted in the tail for tac- tical operation. It achieves its Anti-Jam performance through the in- tegration of a multi-channel analog RF Front End. a BIA transmitter.O. The flush The IR seeker assembly consists of a dual axis line- lower surface mounted inlet has full line of sight of-sight gimbal assembly. The JASSM Anti-Jam GPS Receiver-SAASM (JAGR- S) is a high fidelity Anti-Jam GPS receiver. Weapon (115VAC) performed by the JAGR include: acceptance of init- power for missile loaded locations applies warmup ialization data. 250 degrees F. Its functional ele. the GPS satellites. one Flush Static Port (FSP). The JAGR provides the MCU with GPS measure- ment data computed from GPS satellite data col- The air data system is equipped with anti-ice heat. computation of GPS data. and associated antennas. ertial aiding data from the MCU and tracks GPS sat- ellite signals from the GPS satellite through a Con- AVIONICS trollable Radiation Pattern (CRPA) antenna. If icing Range and Delta-range measurements to the Naviga- conditions are encountered prior to 15 min. minimization of the jam- The heaters remain on as long as 115 VAC power is mer to GPS signal ratios. the JAGR-S receives warm-up time of 30 minutes is required Position. blockage. (RIVET JOINT) aircraft. The engine has a tures. 1-6 Change 1 . The BIA system’s primary function is to transmit and generates telemetry data. and re- lated sensor cards as part of the avionics package. Time and Velocity Initialization data and in- prior to launch. The MCU provides electrical power distribution Bomb Impact Assessment (BIA) System along with centralized communication. The BIA begins sending repeated messages approximately 10 seconds prior to impact. Temperatures for these heaters can reach receiver control. processing algorithms in digital nuller/front beam- grade the missile pitot-static system such former electronics and GPS measurement algorithms that mission failure could occur. Warm-up time may take up from the MCU. the implementation of Space-Time Adaptive signal Without proper warm-up time. and an Electromagnetic line-of-sight airborne platform such as the RC-135 Interference (EMI) filter assembly. bottle for cooling the sensor to cryogenic tempera- nic cartridge starts the engine. Seeker Assembly. and mitter provides 25 watts of output power and is ca- actuator control CCA. the digi- The JASSM Avionics consists of the Missile Control tal beamformer/nuller adaptively and dynamically Unit (MCU). In order to utes of heater operation. and BIT. In the case of operation in a jamming environment. satellite selection. 1B-52H-34-2-8 ENGINE IR Seeker Assembly A Teledyne turbojet powers the vehicle. a system interface and processing CCA. timing. The nozzle also provides for an ejector reference wheel assembly.

The ground safety lock- Figure 1-2 illustrates the JASSM suspension sys. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM SUSPENSION SYSTEM holds the umbilical cable in position to help ensure a clean missile separation when the missile is re- JASSMs are carried externally on CEM modified leased. Each rack is ranty considerations. one near each hook between each pair of sway braces. which includes when loaded on external The HSAB is attached to the stub pylon on each wing stores stations for ground alert and other “extended and houses the wire harnesses for missile control and periods”. ings from dirt. MAU-12 Ejector Racks (6 JASSM) whenever it is outside the shipping and storage con- tainer. on the ground. Electrical circuits to the inflight safety lock wing pylon weapon suspension assemblies which are available but not used. The environmental cover serves to protect release. 8. The adapter beam has provisions for carrying air data probe ports. debris and any other hazards that may be the result of poor environmental conditions. hole of each MAU-12 rack. and engine open- 6 JASSMs on stations 1. 2. The rack has provisions for a ground safety lockpin and an inflight safety lock. ejects the missile when release is comman- ded. 1-7 . Two ejector feet. This restraint is a cable which known. An extension The effects of environmental contamination has been added to the rack which contains the um. The environmental cover is required. The MAU-12 ejector rack (figure 1-3) is used to sus. static ports. a bolt with are attached to the wing pylon adapter. Each suspension assembly consists of the following: JASSM COVER Stub Pylon (Modified Wing Pylons) Heavy Stores Adapter Beam (HSAB) The missile is covered with an environmental cover. Up to 6 nut is installed in the inflight safety lockout pin JASSMs can be carried on each B-52 wing pylon. 7. T. Therefore. and 6. 3. equipped with two hooks and four sway braces which hold and support the missile.O. pin is used to prevent operation of the racks while tem. on weapon reliability and accuracy are un- bilical restraint. due to war- pend and release the missiles.

O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Heavy Stores Adapter Beam JASSM Configuration Figure 1-2 1-8 .T.

T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MAU-12 Ejector Rack With Extension 1 INFLIGHT SAFETY LOCKOUT PIN 7 UMBILICAL RESTRAINT C HOLE 2 QUICK RELEASE PIN 8 CAMLOCK FASTENER 3 LANYARD CHANNEL 9 LEFT PLATE ASSEMBLY 4 QUICK RELEASE PIN 10 FORWARD CABLE LANYARD 5 UMBILICAL RESTRAINT A HOLE 11 UMBILICAL CABLE LANYARD 6 UMBILICAL RESTRAINT B HOLE 12 CENTER CHANNEL ASSEMBLY Figure 1-3 1-9/(1-10 blank) .O.

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T. keyboards. environmental conditioning and each MFD. provides con- (FMS). The Weapon Control and displays function along with a majority of the Panel (WCP). Operator controls and displays for weapon release livery (NAWD) ACU executes the navigation and system control are located at the pilots’ and naviga- weapon delivery functions for the SMO. aligned. the advisory B: LOCATION will be displayed on MIU/WIU power. launch point is 25 minutes away. The JASSM can be powered. PCP).O. The WCP station switches are enabled only when one or [AMI] The OAS provides the capability for control. 2. a JASSM Maintenance Computer Program (GMCP) and EVENT advisory message will be displayed. all other weapon JASSM STATION?? will be displayed on each MFD. re. STATION (1.O. T. and ALL) switches. refer to T. 1B-52H-1-12. The operational com- puter program consists of a Ground Maintenance Weapon Control Panel Computer Program (GMCP) and Flight Computer Program (FCP). 3. 7C and 77) are Less [AMI] The B-52 Integrated Conventional available for the missiles. monitor capabilities are available to all the CALCM the advisory Less [AMI] STATION??. ranged. missile jettison. and loading multiple weapon SMOs. If the bay location is selected SMO. This is accomplished by the CSP or an individual station switch has been selected. See figure 1-4 [AMI] The B-52 OAS provides control for program. targeted. OAS/WEAPON SYSTEM RELATED CONTROLS AND DISPLAYS Less [AMI] The JASSM SMO software controls JASSM functions. missile power JASSM Stores Management Overlay (JASSM removal. Stores Management System (ICSMS) provides OAS control for release of JASSM. both pylon locations have been selected. MFD. ming and release of JASSM. and computer control panel are located at the navigators’ station. lo- FCP consists of the Flight Management System cated on the navigator’s front panel. 8. Change 2 1-11 . heating and mon- itoring functions (FRMT 7A. and trols for missile power application. EVENT master fault will be displayed. If an invalid station (4 or 5) is selected. NOTE • [AMI] With JASSM designated as the Pri- mary SMO (CF-62x). The munitions consent panel is lo- trols and Displays (CAD) ACU executes the controls cated at the pilots’ station. only WIU power. The The Weapon Control Panel (WCP) (figure 1-5). 1B-52H-1-12. or missile abort. ry SMO and a mission planned JASSM ment Overlay (JASSM SMO). 1B-52H-34-2-8 PART 2 . The GMCP is not discussed. The Navigation and Weapon De. a JASSM tion regarding ICSMS and basic SMO functions. The Con. only the advisory message LOCATION?? will be dis- the CALCM SMO may be loaded with the JASSM played on each MFD. Missiles SMO). tors’ stations. For further information regarding OAS and are selected with the LOCATION (LP and RP) and basic SMO functions. The FCP consists of the Flight Manage. Currently. monitored. The GMCP is not discussed. 7. fer to INTEGRATED CONVENTIONAL STORES MANAGEMENT SYSTEM. With the CALCM and JASSM SMOs loaded.O. • [AMI] If the JASSM SMO is not the Prima- ment System (FMS) and JASSM Stores Manage. However.OFFENSIVE AVIONICS SYSTEM OFFENSIVE AVIONICS SYSTEM (OAS) • [AMI] If the JASSM SMO is not the Prima- INTERFACE ry SMO. [AMI] and JASSM weapons. Flight Computer Program (FCP). For further informa. OAS Power Control Panel (OAS BIT (Built In Test) processing. 6. launched and jettisoned (through OAS). Common Stores Processing (CSP). functions are available only to those weapons con- trolled by the Primary SMO. all JASSM weapon functions are available. The ICSMS opera- • [AMI] If the JASSM SMO is not the Prima- ry SMO and a mission planned JASSM tional computer program consists of a Ground launch point is 30 minutes away. for OAS/weapon data flow. If no loca- ling and monitoring more than one type of weapon tion is selected when either the ALL station switch system at a time.

program will treat the keyboard command as if it had origi. power is removed regardless of switch position. In the MFD display figures in this T. To tion on the WCP. To accomplish a backup action of a specific OAS data display or initiates the entry for the malfunctioning panel switch. See CF-E this switches and the MIU power switches. and modify (MDFY) commands. the switch This will allow the operator to work around certain must be pressed and released to reset the switch failures of the WCP and OAS PCP. Two The LOCK-UNLOCK switch is guarded in the MFDs are located at the navigator’s station and two LOCK position. Control function selection results in display ment as the panel. If WCP switches enters CF-E and the symbols associated with the malfunction. The operator will use CF-E (figure reapply power to the WIU when they have been 1-26) to back up actions accomplished on the WCP. and then pressed a second time to reapply WIU power. The selec- nated from the WCP or OAS PCP. tor’s and radar navigator’s stations. power to the WIU are alternate action pushbuttons 1-12 Change 2 . shut down by other than the operator. and alphanumeric mission data. (PRGM).. OAS Power Control Panel MFD DISPLAY FIGURES The OAS Power Control Panel (PCP) (figure 1-7) lo. IKB commands associated with the JASSM are listed in figure 1-9. MFD. at the radar navigator’s station. electro-optical viewing system tion of the pilot’s switch is not used with JASSM. face with the control of the OAS and weapon sys- The operators may use keyboard entries to perform tem. The panel provides unlock consent for CRT display unit. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel MULTIFUNCTION DISPLAYS The pilot’s munitions consent panel (figure 1-6) con- tains the PREARM-OFF and LOCK-UNLOCK The multifunction display (MFD) (figure 1-10) is a switches.O. (LOCK-UN. the navigator NOTE or radar navigator can select CF-E which provides a display of the PCP switches.T. The light in the switch is software controlled and will go out when WIU An advisory WCP on the MFD indicates malfunc.O. The lock-unlock tion of FRMT results in the display of a specific function is not available on the CF-E backup. control function (CF). The MFD displays scan con- powering the weapon ejectors. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WEAPON CONTROL PANEL ABNORMAL and will remain latched if the WIU loses power or is PROCEDURES shut down by the OAS. section for further discussion of the CF-E functions. Keyboard LOCK) missile release is not possible. The labels which are not modi- power is on. provide inter- tional WCP and OAS PCP to operate the system. The keyboards (figure 1-8) located at the naviga- CF-E may be used in conjunction with an opera. the items cated on the navigators’ front panel provides power modifiable by the operator or the SMO are repre- control for the OAS and the WIU (Weapon Interface sented in the display explanations as lower case Unit). verted radar video. All legends are backlighted green when (non-capital) letters. the operator into a specific operating mode. The keyboard and MFD provide operator in- functions mechanized on these panels at any time terface with the missiles through the selection of regardless of the panels go/no-go status. The OAS and missile data presentation on the selected display is laid out in basically the same arrange. With a total WCP failure prior to accom- plishing hardwired function. (EVS) video. The OAS format (FRMT). the navigator or radar navigator can switch on the keyboard in the same sequence that select CF-E which provides a display of the WCP normal switch operation would occur. The MIU switches which command fiable are presented in all capital letters. The PREARM func. If PCP switches malfunction.

1B-52H-34-2-8 Missile Data Flow (Typical) Figure 1-4 Change 2 1-13 . T.O.

O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Weapon Control Panel NAVIGATOR’S FRONT PANEL Figure 1-5 (Sheet 1 of 2) 1-14 .T.

deselecting the MISSILE MAN LAUNCH during manual launch sequence will result in an abort. 8 LOCATION Switches Used with station select switches to select missiles for missile operation functions. (AUTO/MAN) Switch The system is initialized in MAN. NOTE For JASSM. Light Pressing acknowledges receipt of message. spring-loaded to neutral (N). 6 MISSILE MAN LNCH (Manual In manual launch mode.O. NOTE Switching the MISSILE LAUNCH MODE switch from AUTO to MAN during the launch countdown may result in an abort. The light in the switch comes on when the command is accepted and goes out on completion of the launch se- quence. LP (Left Pylon) – Selects left pylon missiles. turns light off. Switch ON – Commands power be applied to the missiles selected by the location and station switches on the WCP. OFF – Commands power be removed from the missiles selected by the WCP. If no launch point/direct target is selected or the selected missile is not ready for launch the command is ignored. The message will clear automatically. SEL – Jettisons missiles selected on location and station switches. 7 MISSILE LNCH MODE The switch selects Automatic (AUTO) or Manual (MAN) missile launch mode. 2 STATION Switches Used with location switches to select individual pylon weapon stations 1 thru 8 (4 and 5 not used) or all (ALL) stations at the selected location for missile op- erational functions 3 WPN PWR (Weapon Power) Three position. BAY (Bay) – Non functional with JASSM. Figure 1-5 (Sheet 2 of 2) Change 2 1-15 . pressing the switch commands launch of the selected Launch) Switch JASSM at the current JASSM launch point or the currently selected direct tar- get. T. RP (Right Pylon) – Selects right pylon missiles. 5 MSTR (Master FAULT Indicates a fault has occurred. More information is available on the MFD. Spring-loaded to NORM (off) position. 1B-52H-34-2-8 NO. NOTE In SIM Mode a momentary UNLOCK CONSENT message will be displayed each time the NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK switch is positioned. Used with unlock consent from pilot’s on Jettison Select) Switch weapon consent panel and WCP NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK switch. 9 NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Guarded two position switch used with pilot’s consent to apply power to weap- Switch on interface unit to allow operation of the ejectors for release or jettison. 4 LAMP TEST Switch When pressed all panel lights will come on. and erases mes- sage. CONTROL/INDICATOR FUNCTION 1 WPN JETTISON SEL (Weap.

1B-52H-34-2-8 Pilot’s Munition Consent Panel PILOT’S SIDE PANEL Figure 1-6 1-16 .T.O.

2 Weapon Interface Unit MIU/LP – Commands power to the left pylon weapon interface unit. Figure 1-7 1-17 . 3 MASTER POWER Switch ON (light on) – Sends master power to: • OAS • WEAPON CONTROL PANEL • ARMAMENT INTERFACE UNIT (AIU) • Enable MIU POWER switches For all other functions. Switches (3) MIU/BAY – Not used for JASSM MIU/RP – Commands power to the right pylon weapon interface unit. 1B-52H-34-2-8 OAS Power Control Panel NAVIGATOR’S FRONT PANEL NO. T. CONTROL/INDICATOR FUNCTION 1 LAMP TEST Switch Tests all lights on the Power Control Panel.O. refer to the applicable flight manual.

data/commands will be transferred to OAS and displayed on MFD. gives N. CONTROL/INDICATOR FUNCTION 1 0 – 9 Keys Enter the respective number in the data/command to be transferred. 8 Display Select Keys (4) PRGM displays current event program or selected event program. W. (→) Keys 7 Upper Corner (UC) Key When pressed. the number keys enter the symbols in the upper left corner of the key. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Integrated Keyboard (IKB) MISSILE RELATED KEYS AND SWITCHES NO. S. –. 4 A – F Keys Enter respective letter in data/command to be transferred.T. 5 Return (RTN) Key Places the MFD cursor to the first operator-changeable position in the row des- ignated. 2 ENTER Key Completes the operator sequence. 3 Message (MSG) Switch Acknowledges an existing message after being displayed on all four MFDs. When pressed. 6 Backspace (←) and Advance Keys move the cursor on the MFD to the left and right respectively. E. When used in conjunction with upper corner key.). and comma (. CF displays OAS mode supervision menu or initiates entry into specific OAS mode.O. 9 L MFD and R MFD Selection Select either MFD for display of data inputs from the keyboard. +. MDFY initiates operator changes to MFD displayed data. FRMT displays video and/or data. Switches Figure 1-8 1-18 .

Format Menu Request SYSTEM STATUS DISPLAY REQUESTS CF-DB [AMI] Display Previous Weapon Assignment Data (from FRMT-7. 7A.nn Destination Table Display Request FRMT-12. or 7C) FRMT-6 PME Status Display Request FRMT-7 JASSM Status and Inventory Display Request FRMT-7A [AMI] JASSM Status and Inventory Display Request (Left Pylon . 7A. Program Display Request PRGM-nn Destination View Command for Destination nn PRGM-Dn Direct Target Selection Command for Direct Target n DESTINATION AND TARGETING DISPLAY REQUESTS CF-586 Missile/Target Assignment Request (Manual Targeting) CF-588. or 7C) CF-DF [AMI] Display Next Weapon Assignment Data (from FRMT-7.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM IKB Commands COMMAND DESCRIPTION ADVISORY ACKNOWLEDGMENT MSG Control Function Menu Request COMMAND MENU DISPLAY REQUESTS CF.nn Missile Summary Display Request for Launch Point nn FRMT-12.n Direct Target Definition Display Request For Direct Target n CF-Dn Copy Current Direct Target to Direct Target n CF-DB Display Previous Weapon Summary (FRMT-12) CF-DF Display Next Weapon Summary (FRMT-12) FRMT-12 Display Weapon Summary FRMT-10.All JASSM SMO Controlled Locations) FRMT-7C [AMI] JASSM Status and Inventory Display Request (Right Pylon .All JASSM SMO Controlled Locations) FRMT-7xy JASSM Status and Inventory with Selected Station xy Display Request FRMT-77 [AMI] Stores Summary Display Request PRGM. T. Control Function Menu Request CF-5 Weapon Supervision Menu Request CF-5A [AMI] JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57) Request for Left Pylon (All JASSM SMO Controlled Locations) CF-5C [AMI] JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57) Request for Right Pylon (All JASSM SMO Controlled Locations) CF-57 JASSM Supervision Menu Request CF-58 JASSM Targeting Menu Request CF-6 FCP Supervision Menu Request CF-62 SMO Load Menu Request CF-8 Mission Supervision Menu Request CF-82 [AMI] Weapons Load Menu Request CF-82A [AMI] Weapon Group Load Menu (Left Pylon) CF-82C [AMI] Weapon Group Load Menu (Right Pylon) CF-E Weapon Control Panel Backup Display Command FRMT.Dn Direct Target Missile Summary Display Request for Direct Target n Figure 1-9 (Sheet 1 of 2) Change 2 1-19 .

xy Flight Termination System (FTS) Enable/Disable Command for Missile xy (Flight Test Only) CF-57D FTS Power Source Command (Flight Test Only) CF-57E.T.n Less [AMI] SMO Load Menu CF-62x [AMI] Primary SMO Selection by Location x CF-65 SMO Mission Event Recording Command CF-66 Clear PME Faults Command CF-67 OAS Shutdown Command CF-68 ECU Fault Override Command CF-81. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM IKB Commands (Cont) COMMAND DESCRIPTION SENSOR DATA REQUESTS FRMT-1 Radar Display Data Request FRMT-2 Radar with PMD Display Data Request FRMT-4 EVS Display Data Request FRMT-5 EVS Full Display Data Request SYSTEM CONTROL COMMANDS CF-50 STRIKE Mode Command CF-51 [AMI] PART SIM Mode Command CF-52 FULL SIM Mode Command CF-57A Telemetry ON Command for Selected Missile(s) (Flight Test Only) CF-57B Telemetry OFF Command for Selected Missile(s) (Flight Test Only) CF-57C.xy TXA (Transfer Alignment) Re-Initialize Command for Missile xy (Flight Test Only) CF-571 Go/No-Go Test Command (Maintenance Only) CF-572 SIT Command (Maintenance Only) CF-575 Classified Data Erase Command For Selected Missiles CF-580 [AMI] Auto Target Enable/Disable CF-589 Retarget-all Command CF-62.nn [AMI] Select Weapon Group CF-82.n [AMI] TARGETING PROCESS COMPLETION COMMANDS PRGM-Dn Target Selection Command for Direct Target n CLR-D Selected Weapon Event Deselection Command TARGETING PROCESS COMPLETION COMMANDS CF-DD Download Data to Selected Missiles for Targeting CF-DE Exit Without Downloading Data MODIFY DATA COMMANDS MDFY-n Modify Line Identified by Number n Figure 1-9 (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-20 Change 2 .xy TXA (Transfer Alignment) Halt Command for Missile xy (Flight Test Only) CF-57F.O.n Read B-52 Sortie Mission Data Command CF-82.

O. T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Multifunction Displays TYPICAL MFD RADAR NAVIGATOR’S AND NAVIGATOR’S FRONT PANELS PRIME MISSION DATA (PMD) CRITICAL DESIGNATION/RELEASE EVENT DATA OR OAS SUPERVISORY MENUS. MISSION DATA TABLES. AND WEAPON/PME STATUS OAS ADVISORY DATA AREA KEYBOARD DATA INPUTS MASTER FAULT MESSAGES NUCLEAR CAUTION MESSAGE PME FAULT MESSAGES QUESTIONS REQUIRING YES – NO RESPONSE OAS ADVISORY MESSAGES AND SELECTED WEAPON STATION STATUS GENERAL DISPLAY ARRANGEMENT Figure 1-10 1-21 .

When a center station store AJCP. the ground will result in weapon jettison. one at a time. OAS Commanded Jettison tions were selected on the WCP and then the WPN JETTISON switch was selected. the pilot’s Bomb Bay & Missile jettison switch. If jettison is commanded using the pi. jettison is not possible. Normally. jetti. • If there is a retained/HUNG center station [AMI] With OAS or WIU off. The only method to determine if this diode and CALCMs on the CSRL internal. The preferred method of jettison for SMO controlled weapons uses the OAS and the JASSM SMO through Circuit breakers applicable to weapons jettison are the LOCATION/STATION switches and the WEAP- contained in figures 1-11 and 1-12.e. all GWD weapons and. • If an OAS reconfiguration occurs during JASSM jettison.O. can only be accomplished using the AJCP. Weapon jettison for JASSM SMO controlled weap- ons is accomplished by one of three methods: the • The JASSM SMO has no interlocks prevent- navigator’s weapon jettison select switch on the ing jettison on the ground.T. The AJCP allows gator. the signal will be sent through the Only weapons for the SMO loaded will be jetti. and power applied to the OAS and the at the navigator’s station or the pilots’ Bomb Bay WIU. is retained/HUNG. The pilots’ Bomb Bay and Missile jettison switch has the same effect as if all locations and all sta. the navigator’s station. figure 1-13. the Alternate Jettison Control Panel (AJCP) sent. the jettison command will be Less [AMI] With OAS or WIU off. This does the radar navigators switch and monitoring not apply to jettison mixed loads with 1760 and the weapon stations for a jettison signal. be jettisoned. launching/jettisoning an adjacent the JASSM SMO loaded as the Primary SMO. as GWD SMO weapon re- leases/jettisons are not WIU/SMO controlled. All methods re. ON JETTISON SEL switch on the Weapon Control Panel (figure 1-5) to selectively jettison weapons. With unlock con- WCP. only the weap. if the blocking Less [AMI] The OAS must be operational with the diode in the jettison system fails. jettison of JASSMs reconfiguration. the Radar JASSM SMO loaded and WIU power must be on for Navigator ’s Bomb Bay Jettison Control jettison of JASSMs when using the WCP or the pilots’ switch will function in the same manner as switch. GWD SMO weapons. operators will retain the adjacent shoulder station stores. quire unlock consent. If the diode fails. The AJCP will selectively jet- tive/primary SMO controlled weapons will tison the missiles. all ac. soned. or when WCP operating and MIUs/WIUs powered. the radar navigator ’s [AMI] The OAS must be operational with the Bomb Bay Jettison Control switch is excluded JASSM SMO loaded and selected as the Primary from operation with the SMO. CF-E Weapon Control Panel Backup display (Figure 1-26) can also be used for selective jettison. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WEAPON JETTISON between weapons and between weapons and aircraft cannot be ensured. Proper separation clearance 1-22 Change 3 . (i. has failed is to perform a jettison test using ons of the loaded SMO will be jettisoned). actuation of jettison switches while on and Missile Jettison Control switch. or a SMO other than store. OAS to both internal and external weapons. selective jettison of JASSMs without the OAS opera- lots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Control tional. or a SMO other retained and the jettison will continue after than the JASSM SMO loaded. shoulder station may result in a Store-to- son of JASSMs can only be accomplished using the Store contact. • The pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison AJCP Commanded Jettison Control switch jettisons all GWD and ac- tive/primary SMO controlled weapons The second method of jettison for JASSMs uses the loaded on the aircraft and will only be used Alternate Jettison Control Panel (AJCP) located at as a backup to jettison by the Radar Navi. • For OAS controlled weapons. when a SMO other than the JASSM SMO is switch. A blocking SMO and WIU power must be on for jettison of diode prevents signal travel between the ra- JASSMs when using the WCP or the pilots’ switch. dar navigator’s switch and the OAS. if JASSMs are being carried externally. with OAS loaded ([AMI] as the Primary SMO).

commands and interprets the commands as tison on the ground. 1B-52H-34-2-8 NOTE The OAS SMOs cannot detect AJCP jettison The AJCP has no interlocks preventing jet.O. Circuit Breaker Panels RIGHT FORWARD BNS CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL Figure 1-11 Circuit Protection BREAKER AMPERE CIRCUIT NOMENCLATURE RATING LOCATION TYPE FUNCTION WEAPONS JETTISON POWER 15 Right fwd BNS DC Pilot’s jettison JETTISON overhead CB switch power panel JETTISON CONTROL 10 Right fwd BNS DC Pilot’s jettison overhead CB switch power panel Figure 1-12 1-23 . pret the command as a fault and remove WIU power at the affected station. and power applied to the aircraft. With unlock consent uncommanded EED power available faults. the SMO will inter- result in weapon jettison. T. actuation Therefore if the AJCP is used for jettison of AJCP switches while on the ground will with the SMO loaded.

T. NO. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Alternate Jettison Control Panel The AJCP has no interlocks preventing jettison on the ground. 3) is placed up to command jettison. JET – Comes on when any jettison switch (No.O. Figure 1-13 1-24 . 3 JETTISON Switch (8) Switches 1 thru 8 command jettison at the respective HSAB ejector location. 2) switch is placed to either LEFT or RIGHT indicating power is applied to the AJCP. actuation of AJCP switches while on the ground with power applied to the aircraft will result in weapon jettison. 2 PYLON POWER Switch Applies Jettison power to the selected pylon. With unlock con- sent. CONTROL/INDICATOR FUNCTION 1 POWER and STORES Two part light: Jettison Light PWR – Comes on when the pylon power (No.

• The pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison • If there is a retained/HUNG center station store. Proper separation clearance the pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile jettison control between weapons and between weapons switch jettisons all weapons on the aircraft. The JETTISON consent.O. For and aircraft cannot be ensured. Pressing be jettisoned. all ac- tison switch (figure 1-14) should be used only if jet. with OAS Jettison using the pilots’ Bomb Bay and Missile jet. tive/primary SMO controlled weapons will tison by the other methods is not possible. 1B-52H-34-2-8 PILOTS’ BOMB BAY & MISSILE JETTISON CONTROL gator. With unlock tison of JASSM with this switch. launching/jettisoning an adjacent Control switch jettisons all GWD and ac. operating and MIUs/WIUs powered. all GWD weapons and. If jettison is commanded using the pi- SWITCH COMMANDED JETTISON lots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Control switch. the pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile jettison con- trol switch while on the ground will result in weapon jettison. venting jettison on the ground. OAS SMO controlled weapons the OAS must be up and running ([AMI] with the JASSM SMO loaded • The JASSM SMO has no interlocks pre- as the primary SMO) with the WIU powered for jet. and power applied to the OAS and POWER and JETTISON CONTROL circuit break. When a center station store loaded on the aircraft and will only be used is retained/HUNG. shoulder station my result in a Store-to- tive/primary SMO controlled weapons Store contact. operators will retain the as a backup to jettison by the Radar Navi. the WIU and ([AMI] with the JASSM SMO ers on the Right Forward BNS circuit breaker panel loaded as the primary SMO). T. adjacent shoulder station stores. Jettison Control Switches Figure 1-14 (Sheet 1 of 2) Change 3 1-25 . actuation of must be in for the pilots’ jettison switch to function.

PILOTS’ BOMB BAY & MISSILE JETTISON CONTROL 3 BOMB BAY & MISSILE The jettison control switch is a button type with unmarked jettison and off posi- Jettison Control Switch tions with the depressed position being jettison. the switch will send a jettison signal to the OAS. all weapons at powered locations will be jettisoned. If the blocking diode in the switch’s jettison circuits has failed. CONTROL/INDICATOR FUNCTION RADAR NAVIGATOR’S BOMB BAY JETTISON CONTROL (Cont) 1 BOMB BAY Jettison Control The jettison switch is a button type with unmarked jettison and off positions with Switch the depressed position being jettison. 2 INTERNAL STORES Store jettisoned lights come on while the jettison circuit is energized. Momen- tary actuation of the switch to RELEASE position for non OAS Controlled weapons will energize the jettison circuits. all the weap- ons (internal and external) will be released in a safe configuration. If OAS receives this signal. When the jettison circuits are energized. If OAS is operating. The switch is spring-loaded to OFF posi- tion and is recessed in the panel to discourage inadvertent actuation. Power is supplied by means of aft battery power through circuit breakers marked JETTISON CONTR and JETTISON PWR on the right forward BNS circuit breaker panel. Momentary depression of the switch for non OAS controlled weapons will jetti- son weapons at all locations. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Jettison Control Switches (Cont) NO. Power RELEASE Light source for the lights is the same as for the jettison switches. For OAS controlled weapons the switch will send a jettison command to OAS. the bomb door open circuits will be energized and if unlock consent is present. The bomb doors will be held open while the jettison circuits are energized. Figure 1-14 (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-26 .O. with OAS and WIU power on. For OAS controlled weapons (nuclear and SMO controlled) the switch will not function.T. The switch is spring-loaded to off position and is recessed in the panel to discourage inadvertent actuation. OAS will respond to the jettison command by sending a jettison all command to those locations with powered WIUs.

an n is a number. Display (MFD) which contain SMO data and are • FRMT-5 EVS Full Display Data. ranged. only WIU power. all JASSM weapon functions are Menu (Right Pylon). T. SMO MFD DISPLAYS • FRMT-1 Radar Display Data. plays processing. moni. Displays can be requested on each Multifunction • FRMT-4 EVS Display Data. radar. Change 2 1-27 . the JASSM SMO to secondary will be inhibited if • CF-E WCP Backup Display.7. • CF-82C [AMI] Weapons Group Load • [AMI] If the JASSM SMO is primary. • [AMI] If the missiles are targeted with the • CF-82 [AMI] Weapons Load Menu.O. steering. Format Menu. The JASSM can be powered. CF-57Cxy. tored. JASSM SMO contains all weapon control delivery functions required with JASSMs. 7A. functions are available for the missiles. ment system (FMS) and stores management over. If numbers or capital and provides multi-SMO operation. sources of navigation. erations. the location and station of the applicable weapon. The SMO menu letters are shown on a display. An a is an alphabetical entry. • [AMI] With JASSM designated as the Primary • CF-5C [AMI] Weapon Supervision SMO (CF-62x). heating and monitoring • CF-62 SMO Load Menu. the SMO interfaces with existing • All Displays Release Advisory Display. etc. CALCM will be automat. dd are degrees. controls and dis- • CF-5 Weapon Supervision Menu. • CF-58 JASSM Targeting Menu. Assignment Data (LP-RP). controls represents the station and is entered as 1. the OAS • CF Control Function. by the SMO: quired functions. The y (CSP). Menu (Left Pylon). • CF-8 Mission Supervision Menu. and con. the SMO Load Menu. To perform its re. setting Menu (Right Pylon).e. SMO. available. discussion of display items/keyboard incorporates common stores/weapon capabilities entries has been standardized.2. Lower case (small) letters in- appropriate SMO. The following displays are affected wholly or in part trols and displays processing. • CF-588. • FRMT-2 Radar Display Data with PMD. xy is station/location. or and displays. • FRMT-6 PME Status Display. 1B-52H-34-2-8 PART 3 .) require an xy entry representing gram (FCP).3. JASSM SMO primary. simulation processing. targeted. etc. and with the global positioning system (GPS) hardware. • CF-57 JASSM Supervision Menu. mission data. launched and jettisoned. • [AMI] When the CALCM and the JASSM SMOs • CF-586 Weapon/Target Assignment are loaded at the same time. The FCP consists of the flight manage. and supports the JASSM SMO. they are as actually can be displayed to allow the operator to select the displayed on the MFD. Functions performed by the SMO include weapon control processing.n Direct Target Definition • [AMI] If the JASSM SMO is not the Primary • CF-6 Display for Target n.6. provides additional data for display. Several of the displays are defined and • FRMT-7 JASSM Status and Inventory updated primarily by the FCP for which the SMO Display. aircraft weapon system components. release of JASSMs using the flight computer pro. control function CF-62. Up to 10 SMOs can be listed on dicate variable entries. The x represents the location and is entered as A lay (SMO) and [AMI] Common Stores Processing for the left pylon and C for the right pylon.JASSM SMO SOFTWARE The OAS controls the programming and launch or The display commands ending in xy (i. used to interface with the operator for JASSM op. (manual targeting) Display ically selected as the primary SMO by the OAS. aligned. FRMT-7xy. weapon power is on or if any process is active that • CF-DB/DF [AMI] With FRMT-7. [AMI] The CSP In this manual. • FRMT. The 8 for the respective JASSM Launch station. mm:ss are minutes and seconds. • CF-5A [AMI] Weapon Supervision Menu (Left Pylon). The FMS controls navigation. the missiles will retain the • CF-82A [AMI] Weapons Group Load targeting information while the JASSM SMO is sec. FCP Supervision Menu. 7C cannot be accomplished in the secondary SMO Displays Previous/Next Weapon mode. ondary. Some of the displays are completely unique to the SMO opera- tion for which it provides all of the data.

FRMT-3. FRMT-1 (time to go 4 weapons. previously displayed. CF-E. CF-81. or FRMT-12 display. CF-1 • FRMT-10. provided PMD was previously displayed. FMS provides the destination label for the updated from left to right with subsequent weapons current destination. or the appropriate status of each affected weapon will a PRGM display. release advisory window locations will be play. PMD is displayed • FRMT-77 [AMI] Stores Summary Display. FRMT-10. PMD rently have data displayed on the bottom of the is not displayed when a MFD is displaying CF-586. the Location/Station number and FRMT-5. CF-67. FRMT-0. • PRGM-nn Program Display for FRMT-3. or a PRGM display. MFD is displaying CF. or hung. weapon in the sequence. provided PMD was • PRGM Program Display. The Weapon Release Advisory CF-57. CF-67. 1-28 Change 2 . CF-586. MFD. Less [AMI] The prime mission data (PMD) is dis- • FRMT-7xy JASSM Status and Inventory played anytime a MFD is displaying FRMT-2. Selection for Direct Target n. FRMT-9.O. current destination only). Display with Selected Station FRMT-4.nn Weapon Summary Display. Release advisories can be displayed for up to CF-588. FRMT-7xy will display only the release advisories. CF-1 through CF-8. jettisoned. RELEASE ADVISORY DISPLAY [AMI] The prime mission data (PMD) is displayed When weapons are declared launched. 1B-52H-34-2-8 • FRMT-7A [AMI] JASSM Status and cause the Weapon Release advisory to be displayed. CF-61. or FRMT-12 dis- played. or FRMT-7xy display. play. FRMT. • FRMT-12. FRMT-5. CF-58.Left Pylon The data will remain on the MFDs for five seconds (All JASSM SMO Controlled after the release or attempted release of the last Locations). through CF-8. When more than 4 advisories are dis. The SMO provides Destination nn. FRMT-10. CF-588. FRMT-8. CF-61.Right Pylon PRIME MISSION DATA (All JASSM SMO Controlled Locations). the destination label for the current destination when the destination is a JASSM initial point. CF-58. anytime a MFD is displaying FRMT-2. FRMT or FRMT-0 dis- display will be shown on all MFDs that do not cur. There is no operator command to first line of the PMD. any time an MFD is displaying CF. • FRMT-7C [AMI] JASSM Status and Inventory Display . CF-62. Status. Inventory Display . CF-62. FRMT-6. PMD is displayed any time an be shown as a Weapon Release advisory as indi. cated in figure 1-15. CF-82. FRMT-8.nn Destination Table Display. FRMT-4.T. aborted. FRMT-9. CF-E. PMD is not displayed when a • PRGM-Dn Program Display MFD is displaying CF-57. FRMT-6. FRMT-1 (time to go current destination only).

2. 7 or 8. JETT_ The weapon was successfully jettisoned. The location and station of each weapon launched will be displayed in the next available window 1 from left to right in preferred launch sequence. 6. Identifier xy x = L for left pylon stations and R for right pylon stations. If release advi- sories exist for more than 4 weapons. Figure 1-15 Change 2 1-29 . HUNG_ The weapon umbilical and/or ejector status indicate that the weapon was not released. then go to the next four weapons. AWAY_ The weapon was successfully launched. y = Station number 1. 3. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Release Advisory Display WINDOW DISPLAY FUNCTION 1 Location/Station Location and station of each weapon launched. The remaining advisories will appear after the windows will be updated from left to right with the release advisories.O. T. 2 Weapon Release Status ABORT A weapon release abort occurred. the first 4 advisories will appear in windows 1 and 2 for 5 seconds.

T. sion. CF-5. • Power is applied to either MIU or to any weapon. • AIU Communications fault (cyclic status mes- The common functions are: sage exists). CF-8 MSN SUPV which commands following conditions exist: display of the mission supervision menu. • 28 VDC T/R Power Discrepancy fault exists. the current SMO mode (i. • Actual Go/No-Go test mode is active.e. it will be ignored. 1B-52H-34-2-8 CONTROL FUNCTION (CF) DISPLAYS Less [AMI] SIM Mode Command (CF-52) Pressing the CF key on the IKB will display the CF Operator entry of CF-52 will command the SMO MENU display (figure 1-17).e. [AMI] PART SIM Mode Command (CF-51) STRIKE. The Weapon Supervision Menu. similar to the Control Function Menu (CF-). and is available in all • 28 VDC T/R power discrepancy fault exists. • Identifies the operator command to request or more of the following conditions are true: the JASSM Targeting Menu (CF-58). or SIT is active. proper operation of the system. FERRY or CC) is dis. FULL SIM and [AMI] PART SIM). STRIKE Mode Command (CF-50) • AIU (cyclic status message 5C23) Communica- tion fault exists. If the command is entered while the SMO is in STRIKE mode. • The system is in FULL SIM mode. • Displays current SMO mode status (i. FULL SIM • Actual Go/No-Go test mode is active. • B-52 mission data is for a timeline integration WEAPON SUPERVISION MENU (CF-5) (TLI) mission. • 28 VDC T/R Power Discrepancy fault exists. OTL.. is entered while the SMO is in SIM mode. • Identifies operator commands to change Operator entry of CF-51 will command the SMO from STRIKE mode into PART SIM mode. mission. The SMO will reject a CF-52 command and CF-6 which commands display of the FCP supervi. WAR. commanded by • Actual SIT test mode is active. STRIKE. command is entered while the SMO is in PART SIM • Identifies the operator command to request mode. display the command in reverse video if any of the sion display. • [AMI] Displays the twenty-four character • Mission data is for an operational (strike/war) SMO identifier next to the assigned location mission or a timeline integration (TLI) mis- (LP. is active. on system from STRIKE mode into FULL SIM mode. followed by the loaded mission type (i. STRIKE mode.O. and CF-E which commands display of the weapon control • Power is applied to either WIU. the the SMO must be B-52 mission data and reloaded to guarantee • Power is applied to either MIU or to any weapon. panel backup display. The CF-52 command option is active. If the between STRIKE (CF-50). The JASSM CF commands • B-52 mission data is for an operational (WAR) are listed in figure 1-16. • AIU (cyclic status message 5C23) Communica- tion fault exists. FULL SIM (CF-52) and [AMI] PART SIM (CF-51) modes. TLI. After SIM mode is exited by commanding • Mission data is for an operational (strike/war) mission or a timeline integration (TLI) mission. When the Weapon Supervision Menu is displayed. [AMI] or PART SIM). • Actual System Integrity Test (SIT) test mode played. • Actual Go/No-Go test mode is active. The CF-51 command will be rejected and displayed it in reverse video if one the JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57). will be rejected and displayed it in reverse video if one or more of the following conditions are true NOTE • The system is in PART SIM mode. it will be ignored. Operator entry of CF-50 will command the SMO [AMI] FULL SIM Mode Command (CF-52) from SIM mode into STRIKE mode. The SMO will reject a CF-50 com. is shown in figure 1-18. Bay and RP).e. Go/No-Go test SIM mode. The JASSM related from STRIKE mode into SIM mode. If the command selections from this menu are. • Actual System Integrity Test (SIT) test mode is active. it Operator entry of CF-52 will command the the weap- will be ignored. 1-30 Change 2 . SMOs and provides four common SMO functions.. ignored. mand and display it in reverse video if simulated If the command is entered while the SMO is in FULL power is applied to either WIU.. CF-5 which com. it will be mands display of the JASSM supervision menu.

xy). may or may not be followed by a comma and addi- tional alphanumeric characters. and the function commanded by each. CF-5A and CF-5C are try Power OFF Command (CF-57B). Command (CF-57D). Transfer Alignment (TXA) though the JASSM Supervision Menu is selectable Halt Command (CF-57E. [AMI] The tor and control the weapons are displayed just as on control function commands are not unique to the the Control Function Menu (CF-) and the Weapon JASSM SMO and thus these commands will only be Supervision Menu (CF-5). if carrying JASSM displays. is shown in figure 1-19. but will not be displayed Telemetry Power ON Command (CF-57A). JASSM and CALCM and the CALCM SMO is prime. However. acted upon if JASSM is the primary SMO. [AMI] Although designated for weapons on the left In addition to identifying the CF-57X commands. vision Menu displays the control function com- the current OAS mode and current mission type mands of this form that are accepted by the SMO and the IKB commands which can be used to moni. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57) The control function commands that are unique to the SMO are of the form CF-57x. The JASSM Super- When the JASSM Supervision Menu is displayed. Al. CF-57 is selectable. FTS Enable/ selectable options and will display the JASSM Su. not identified on other SMO controlled weapons. FTS Power Source pervision Menu no matter which SMO is prime. CF-5A and CF-5C the JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57) also identi- provide the same display as CF-57 for all JASSM fies other SMO commands. where x repre- The JASSM Supervision Menu. Teleme- on the CF-5 menu. only commands and are discussed in Section IV. none of options ment (TXA) Re-Init Command (CF-57F.xy).O. and right pylons. Disable Command (CF-57C. Change 2 1-30A . T. and Transfer Align- when the JASSM SMO is not prime. respectively.xy) are test on the menu are available. That is. commanded by sents any of several alphanumeric characters that CF-57.

xy Flight Termination System (FTS) Enable/Disable Command for Weapon xy (Test Only) CF-57D FTS Power Source Command (Test Only) CF-57E. 7A and 7C) CF-E Weapon Control Panel Backup Display Command CLR-D Selected Weapon Event Deselection Command Figure 1-16 1-30B Change 2 . [AMI] FRMT-7.T.xy TXA (Transfer Alignment) Re-Initialize Command for Weapon xy (Test Only) CF-571 Go/No-Go Test Command (Maintenance Only) CF-572 SIT Command (Maintenance Only) CF-575 Classified Data Erase Command For Selected Weapons CF-58 JASSM Targeting Menu Request CF-580 [AMI] Auto Target Enable/Disable CF-586 Weapon/Target Assignment Request (Manual Targeting) CF-588. 7A and 7C) CF-DD Download Data to Selected Weapons for Targeting CF-DE Exit Without Downloading Data CF-Dn Copy Current Direct Target to Direct Target n CF-DF Display Next Weapon Summary (FRMT-12.n Less [AMI] SMO Load Menu CF-62x [AMI] Primary SMO Selection CF-65 SMO Mission Event Recording Command CF-66 Clear PME Faults Command CF-67 OAS Shutdown Command CF-68 ECU Fault Override Command CF-8 Mission Supervision Menu Request CF-81.n Read B-52 Sortie Mission Data Command CF-82 [AMI] Weapons Load Menu Request CF-82A [AMI] Weapons Group Load Menu (LP) CF-82C [AMI] Weapons Group Load Menu (RP) CF-82.n [AMI] Select Weapon Group CF-82. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Control Function (CF) Commands COMMAND DESCRIPTION CF Control Function Menu Request CF-5 Weapon Supervision Menu Request CF-5A [AMI] JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57) Request for LP (All JASSM SMO Controlled Locations) CF-5C [AMI] JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57) Request for RP (All JASSM SMO Controlled Locations) CF-50 STRIKE Mode Command CF-51 [AMI] PART SIM Mode Command CF-52 FULL SIM Mode Command CF-57 JASSM Supervision Menu Request CF-57A Telemetry ON Command for selected weapon(s) (Test Only) CF-57B Telemetry OFF Command for selected weapon(s) (Test Only) CF-57C.xy TXA (Transfer Alignment) Halt Command for Weapon xy (Test Only) CF-57F.nn [AMI] CF-DB Display Previous Weapon Summary (FRMT-12. [AMI] FRMT-7.O.n Direct Target Definition Display Request For Direct Target n CF-589 Retarget-all Command CF-6 FCP Supervision Menu Request CF-62.

T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Control Function (CF) Menu Less [AMI] [AMI] Figure 1-17 (Sheet 1 of 2) Change 2 1-30C .O.

CC JASSM Captive Carry (CC) mission is loaded. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Control Function (CF) Menu (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Operational Mode NO FULL SIM (Bright Operational mode is full simulation of the WIU and weapons. OTL JASSM Operational Test Launch (OTL) mission is loaded. or the current mission is not recognized by the JASSM SMO.T. (Bright Video) STRIKE (Bright Video) Operational mode is STRIKE. FERRY JASSM Ferry mission is loaded. Video) [AMI] PART SIM Operational mode is partial simulation of the WIU and weapons. (blank) No mission is loaded. 2 Loaded B-52 Mission NO Type WAR JASSM War mission is loaded. TLI JASSM Timeline Integration (TLI) mission is loaded. Figure 1-17 (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-30D Change 2 .O.

O.5 B40808 Figure 1-18 (Sheet 1 of 2) Change 2 1-30E . T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Weapon Supervision Menu (CF-5) Less [AMI] [AMI] PMD 5 WPN SUP V 1 2 5 0 S TR I K E 5 1 P AR T S I M 5 2 F UL L S I M 57 J ASSM SUP V 58 J ASSM T ARGE T I NG 59 B AY DOORS 3 5A L P WPN SUP V 4 5B B AY WPN SUP V 4 5C RP WPN SUP V 4 − − − −CF .

or the current mission is not recognized by the JASSM SMO. (blank) No mission is loaded. CC JASSM Captive Carry (CC) mission is loaded. RP) Figure 1-18 (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-30F Change 2 . FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Operational Mode NO PART SIM [AMI] Operational mode is simulation of the WIU and weapons. Video) STRIKE (Bright Video) Operational mode is STRIKE. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Weapon Supervision Menu (CF-5) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. CLSD The bomb bay doors are closed. TLI JASSM Timeline Integration (TLI) mission is loaded. 4 [AMI] SMO ID NO 28 Character ID of SMO assigned to specified location (LP. Bay. OTL JASSM Operational Test Launch (OTL) mission is loaded. FERRY JASSM Ferry mission is loaded.T. 3 Bomb Bay Door Status NO OPEN The bomb bay doors are open. (Bright Video) FULL SIM (Bright Operational mode is simulation of the WIU and weapons.O. 2 Loaded B-52 Mission NO Type WAR JASSM War mission is loaded.

sponse will result in classified data erase being ini. invalid data values. being maintained. [AMI] JASSM Auto Targeting Mode (CF-580) Prior to initiating classified data erase. when it is rejected. target-all. [AMI] 120 sec. mission group A will be assumed. The SMO will reject a CF-586 command and dis- play the command in reverse video if any of the fol- • Do not initiate classified data erase until IN lowing conditions are true: status is achieved. The SMO will also reject a where n represents the MFD line number associated CF-575 command. shown in figure 1-20. STA??) if no Location(s)/Station(s) have been se- lected on the WCP or PCP/WCP backup. • A direct targeting operation is in progress. unassigned and untargeted. • Targeting is active. manding the Auto Targeting mode ON and OFF. The Manual targeting (CF-586). Several data is displayed. However. Direct Target definition. and Re- • GPS Crypto Keys. valid command through the IKB. ing data to selected missile(s). CF-DD). The operator will use the same weapon(s) cannot be accessed (weapon not present. the affected data fields will be displayed in reverse video. After Less [AMI] 60 seconds. The JASSM Targeting menu siles. Op- following data is erased from missile memory: tions available are Missile/Target Assignment • Target Data Set. items are common to the CF-586 Manual Targeting and CF-588 Direct Target Definition displays (See If a CF-575 command is accepted. Change 2 1-31 . T. (manual targeting). the (CF-586) missile is powered off. However. the missile will be untargeted. etc. default state for Auto Targeting is ON. the advisory LOC/STA?? rect target assignment. A YES re. missile selection process for manual targeting and di- weapon powered off. or commanding Retarget All ed by CF-586 is shown in figure 1-21. • Less [AMI] Missile Assignments. When a classified data erase is performed. A de. performing a Manual The Missile/Target Assignment Display command- Targeting operation. CDE COMPLT ([AMI] JASSM CDE COMPLT) will be displayed when classified data erase has been com- pleted for all selected missiles. requires data item entry/ CF-575 command will be displayed in reverse video modification by the operator initiated by MDFY-n. After a • A classified data erase initiated by the SMO launch point and mission group have been identi- due to a permanent fatal fault (rather than fied. Missile/Target Assignment (Manual Targeting) Display After the classified data erase is performed. the command will scription of each failure and the corresponding cor. power Target Assignment (Manual Targeting) display al- must be applied to the missiles for targeting to be lows the operator to download pre-planned target- initiated. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Classified Data Erase Command (CF-575) JASSM Targeting Menu (CF-58) Operator entry of CF-575 commands the SMO to The JASSM Targeting menu commanded by CF-58 is perform a classified data erase for the selected mis. be displayed in reverse video. if another confirmation prompt with the data to be entered/modified. • Less [AMI] CAD processor reconfiguration is play the advisory LOC/STA?? ([AMI] JASSM LOC/ in progress. If the operator enters rective action is listed in figure 7-20. If the mission group field is left blank. while a NO response will terminate the re. the default response of NO will be assumed. The quest. but the selected Target Data Items). Reloading B-52 mission data. onds. The Missile/ can restore missile assignments. • Do not initiate classified data erase while a • Less [AMI] A missile mission DTUC is not targeting operation is in progress (prior to available. The current status of the Auto Target mode is dis- tiated. the displays targeting options that are available. played on the JASSM Targeting Menu (CF-58). If the operator enters an in- ([AMI] JASSM LOC/STA??) will be displayed. the operator will then select the desired mis- the operator) results in missile assignments sile to receive targeting data. The SMO will reject a CF-575 command and dis.O. • B-52 mission data is in the process of being loaded. The operator will se- lect a missile launch point along with a correspond- NOTE ing mission group.). the SMO seeks confirmation by displaying the confirmation Operator entry of CF-580 toggles between com- prompt CLSF DATA ERASE? (YES/NO).

OTL JASSM Operational Test Launch (OTL) mission is loaded. FERRY JASSM Ferry mission is loaded.T. Figure 1-19 (Sheet 1 of 2) 1-32 Change 2 . CC JASSM Captive Carry (CC) mission is loaded. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Operational Mode NO [AMI] PART SIM Operational mode is partial simulation of the WIU and missiles. CF-5A. Video) STRIKE (Bright Video) Operational mode is STRIKE. (Bright Video) FULL SIM (Bright Operational mode is full simulation of the WIU and missiles. CF-5C) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI.O. or the current mission is not recognized by the JASSM SMO. 2 Loaded B-52 Mission NO Type WAR JASSM War mission is loaded. (blank) No mission is loaded. TLI JASSM Timeline Integration (TLI) mission is loaded. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57) ([AMI] CF-57.

FUNCTION FIABLE 3 GO/NOGO Test NO Status OFF (Bright Video) Go-NoGo quick test mode is not active. 3. x = L for left pylon stations and R for right pylon stations. (blank) No missile has FTS enabled. ON (Bright Video) SIT mode is active. 5 FTS Power Enable/ NO Disable Identifier (Test Only) xy Location/station of the missile with FTS enabled/disabled. 4 SIT Test Status NO OFF (Bright Video) SIT is not commanded. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. 6. 2. 7 or 8. ON (Reverse Video) Go-NoGo quick test mode was in progress.O. ON (Bright Video) Go-NoGo quick test mode to determine proper umbilical connection is ac- tive. xy (Reverse Video) FTS enable/disable is commanded and an activate FTS fault exists. but was terminated due to an invalid condition (aircraft is airborne). Aircraft is commanded as the power source to missile FTS and an activate eo) FTS fault exists. CARR (Reverse Vid. ON (Reverse Video) SIT mode was in progress. MSL (Bright Video) Missile battery is source of FTS power. T. (blank) FTS is not enabled. y = Station number 1. MSL (Reverse Video) Missile battery is commanded as the source of FTS power and an activate FTS fault exists. 6 FTS Power Transfer NO Power Source (Test Only) CARR (Bright Video) Aircraft is commanded as the power source to missile FTS (initial value when FTS is enabled). Figure 1-19 (Sheet 2 of 2) Change 2 1-33 . but was terminated due to an invalid condition (aircraft is airborne).

1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Targeting Menu (CF-58) Less [AMI] Figure 1-20 (Sheet 1 of 2) 1-34 Change 2 .O.T.

5 8 B40811 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 [AMI] PMD 58 J ASSM T ARGE T I NG 586 WPN / TGT ASSGN 588 . Status ON (Bright Video) Auto targeting is enabled. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 [AMI] Auto Targeting NO Auto targeting status. OFF (Bright Video) Auto targeting is disabled. Figure 1-20 (Sheet 2 of 2) Change 2 1-35 .O. N D I R TGT N= 1 − 6 589 RE TGT A L L 580 AUTO TGT 1 − − − −CF .

O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Missile/Target Assignment Display (CF-586) Less [AMI] Figure 1-21 (Sheet 1 of 3) 1-36 Change 3 .T.

Figure 1-21 (Sheet 2 of 3) Change 2 1-37 . (Blank) No Weapon Group selected for specified location. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Targeting Data NO Loading Status COMPLT Data has been successfully downloaded to the missile. 2 JASSM Launch Point YES Number nn JASSM launch point number where nn = _1 to 99 and is a valid target. COMPLT Failure to download data. (Bright-Blinking Video) (Blank) Targeting operation is not active or transfer of data to the missile(s) has not been initiated via a CF-DD command. 3A [AMI] JASSM Weapon NO Group 28 Character Label Selected Weapon Group for specified location. (Reverse Video) LOADING Waiting for data to be downloaded to the missile. (blank) Prior to operator entry or targeting operation is not active.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 [AMI] WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. 3 Mission Group YES Identifier a Mission group identifier where a = A to F. T.

6. _n = 1. (blank) The corresponding missile is not present or is unavailable for selection due to a permanent fatal fault. 0 The corresponding location or station is not selected. n = 0 or 1. (blank) When manual targeting is active. xy (Bright Location/station of each missile present on the aircraft and available for Underlined Video) selection that is currently assigned and targeted to this target or to another target. 6 Missiles Selected NO __n Remaining missiles to be selected. •When manual targeting is active. prior to selection of JASSM launch point destination and mission group identifier. 7 Missiles Required NO _n Quantity of required missiles. (blank) When any of the following conditions is true: •Targeting operation is not active. xy (Reverse Video) Location/station of each missile that was not successfully targeted after a CF-DD command. 2. x = L for left pylon stations and R for right pylon stations.T. The positions are assigned from left to right across the screen in the preferred launch sequence. prior to selection of JASSM launch point destination and mission group identifier or targeting operation is not active. xy (Normal Location/station of each missile that does not have power applied and Blinking Video) is available for selection. 3. 5 Location/Station NO Identifier xy Location/station of each missile present on the aircraft and available for selection that is not currently assigned and targeted to any target. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Missile/Target Assignment Display (CF-586) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. –nn (Reverse Video) More missiles are selected than are required for the mission. y = Station number 1. Each location and station that is displayed will be displayed in a dedi- cated screen location for that missile.O. nn = 1 to 11. (blank) The corresponding missile is not present or is unavailable for assign- ment due to a permanent fatal fault. 7 or 8. Figure 1-21 (Sheet 3 of 3) 1-38 Change 2 . FUNCTION FIABLE 4 Location/Station YES Selection Status E The corresponding location or station is currently selected.

The range of valid alpha characters (A-F) is dependent on the quantity of mission groups associ- loaded. The input is numeric and ranges from conditions is true: 01 to 99. The operator will use the same mis. group identifier associated with that launch point is c. LAUNCH POINT NUMBER Operator entry of CF-588. The target location data fields appear on the Direct Target Direct target definition (CF-588) requires data item Definition screen (CF-588) (figure 1-22). • Target point reference latitude in degrees.n is shown in figure 1-22. the operator. If the operator enters an in. rect target assignment. the command will Less [AMI] MSL or HAE) in feet. sile selection process for manual targeting and di.O. or it may be left blank. The launch point number is en- will reject a CF-588.n command and display the tered on the Manual Targeting display (CF-586) command in reverse video if any of the following (figure 1-21). tion displays. Manual targeting. Change 3 1-39 . • Target point reference longitude in degrees. Several data items are common to the CF-586 minutes. ated with the launch point and missile type cur- The SMO will accept operator entry of CF-588 (ex.n. The posi- entry/modification by the operator initiated by tion entry key fields are: MDFY-n. displayed in reverse video. where n is an operator. the mission b. where n represents the MFD line number associated with the data to be entered/modified. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Direct Target Definition Display (CF-588. The target location is the geographical position and mand in reverse video. The Direct (CF-588) require data item entry/modification by Target Definition display allows the operator to de. • Target point reference elevation in feet (MSL). the affected data fields will be (HAE or MSL). B. • Any of the following targeting operations are ac. the missile mission DTUC. C. [AMI] in the weapon group on the DTC. the SMO will reject the CF-588 command and display the com. Automatic targeting. and ten-thousandths of a minute. the operator defined direct target. The following are the Target Data fine targets that are not contained Less [AMI] on items. If it is requested. Retarget-all. • Target point reference elevation ([AMI] MSL. and ten-thousandths of a minute. valid command through the IKB. Otherwise. E. be displayed in reverse video. commanded Manual Targeting (CF-586) and Direct Targeting by CF-588. entered on the Manual Targeting display (CF-586) d.n) Target Data Items The Direct Target Definition display. Only the JASSM launch points defined by • n is not a valid direct target identifier. In order to manually target a missile. left blank. cluding . rently loaded. If the operator enters • Less [AMI] Target point elevation reference invalid data values. Direct targeting operation is in progress for (figure 1-21).n) to command the Direct Target Definition display to be displayed only when the direct target TARGET LOCATION operation is in progress. the loaded B-52 mission are valid. The SMO with the target. Along with the selected launch point. elevation which a missile is to strike. F. MISSION GROUP IDENTIFIER tive: a. • [AMI] Targeting is active. Valid IKB input entries for window 3 another direct target other than the one being are A. T. commands the Direct Target must select the launch point number associated Definition display for that direct target. Manual Targeting and CF-588 Direct Target Defini. the default mission group A will be as- • B-52 mission data is in the process of being sumed. minutes. D.

FUZE DELAYS pact angle is 60 degrees. • The missile is not present or is unavailable geting display (CF-588) (figure 1-22) is used to spec. (CF-588) (figure 1-22). 0 0 1 10 NOTE 2 15 If less than 20 degrees is entered on 3 20 CF-588. The text SOFT or HARD will be displayed. 7 120 sile. however. ing a corresponding delay entry on the JASSM Di- ase. (Soft) will be displayed prior to operator entry. A default value of 1 nal ground track to the target. displayed prior to op. in the following table. If more than 70 degrees is entered on CF-588. 5 40 the missile will use a built-in maximum val. 1B-52H-34-2-8 BEARING TO TARGET by entering 1 or a fuze mode of Hard by entering 2. The operator can select a fuze mode of Soft 1-40 Change 1 . The default cruise altitude is 15. ing on the fuze mode selected. • The missile is not selected and is unavailable FUZE MODE for selection due to a permanent fatal fault prior to a CF-DD command. although the field range is 0 to 45. the default value. The fuze mode indicator on the JASSM Direct Tar. The valid input values are from 0 to FUZE DELAY 360 degrees (0 is North). or direct target definition operation. sponding missile is selected for targeting and 0 in- erator entry. The displayed prior to operator entry. the FRMT-12 im- pact angle displayed is the same as the MISSILE SELECTION INDICATOR CF-588 value input. the missile will use a built-in mini. Val. relative to local level plane at the target.000. The default im. While in SIM mode. • The missile is not present. get is entered on the Direct Target screen (CF-588) (figure 1-22). 6 50 ue of 70 degrees. rect Targeting display (CF-588) (figure 1-22).O. depend- The bearing to target specifies the weapon’s termi.000 dicates the missile is not selected. for selection due to a permanent fatal fault ify a fuze mode of either soft impact referenced to following a CF-DD command and is not a Crush Switch. The missile selection indicator appears above the CRUISE ALTITUDE location/station identifier for each available missile on the JASSM Direct Targeting display (CF-588) The cruise altitude indicator on the JASSM Direct (figure 1-22). the maximum altitude the missile will fly is following conditions are true: approximately 22. or hard impact referenced to G-force selected missile. impact angle is entered on the Direct Target Defini- tion display. where E indicates that the corre- and 99999. Valid entries id entries for this field range from 0 to 45000 feet are E and 0 (zero). Valid entries for this field and their corresponding time values are listed The target impact angle specifies the angle in de. Sensor. The missile selec- feet and. and 999. Valid input values are from 0 (level) to 90 (vertical) degrees. A fuze delay will delay detonation from the time of impact TARGET IMPACT ANGLE by the specified time value. A default value of 0 will be grees. FRMT-12 displays the im- pact angle actually being used by the mis. The missile selection identifier is used Targeting display (CF-588) (figure 1-22) is used to when selecting missiles during a manual targeting specify a cruise altitude (MSL) for the JASSM. 4 30 mum impact angle value of 20 degrees. The bearing to tar. the VALID ENTRIES MILLISECOND DELAY missile will only use an impact angle ranging from 20 to 70 degrees. The default value for this field is 999.T.000 tion indicator window will be blank when any of the feet. which indicates the missile will determine bearing to target as an Fuze delay milliseconds can be specified by enter- angle from the aircraft to the target at point of rele.

A YES data previously transferred to the missiles. Change 2 1-41 . T. All mis- response will result in the halting of any targeting siles not assigned to a JASSM Launch Point by the in progress.O. and proceed with the untargeting of all B-52 mission that is loaded will remain unassigned missiles. mission that is loaded. [AMI] 120 se- conds. • Direct targeting. NOTE When a valid CF-589 command is entered any of A retarget-all command requires approx- the following targeting operations will be termi- imately 2 minutes per JASSM. while a NO response will terminate the re- and considered untargeted by the SMO. nated. will seek confirmation by displaying the confirma- This will result in the loss of modified targeting tion prompt RETARGET ALL? (YES/NO). the default response of NO will be assumed. Operator entry of CF-589 (figure 1-20) will result in • Less [AMI] Another confirmation prompt is the targeting of missiles as directed by the B-52 active. all • Less [AMI] A missile mission DTUC is not ac- missiles will become unassigned. play the command in reverse video if any of the fol. quest. if active: The SMO will reject a CF-589 command and dis. After Less [AMI] 60 seconds. then restore the missile assignment data to the Prior to initiating targeting of all missiles. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Retarget-all Command (CF-589) • B-52 mission data is in the process of being loaded. lowing conditions exist: • Automatic targeting. Once CF-589 is accepted. the SMO original values of the B-52 mission that is loaded. • Manual targeting. The SMO will cessible.

O.n) Less [AMI] Figure 1-22 (Sheet 1 of 4) 1-42 Change 3 . 1B-52H-34-2-8 Direct Target Definition Display (CF-588.T.

DE = E SC CF . Video) LOADING (Bright. T. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Direct Target Number NO n Defined Direct Target. 2 Data Loading Status NO COMPLT Data has been successfully downloaded to the missile.00. 3 Direct Target Latitude YES add°mm.0000 through N90.mmmm Target point latitude in degrees.DN =COP Y TO D I R TGT ( D 1 −D 6 ) 12 (ALL TOP BOXES) 6 WPNS TO SE L ECT 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 1 4 OF 1 5 − − − −CF .O. Blinking Video) (Blank) Targeting operation is not active or transfer of data to the missile(s) has not been initiated via a CF-DD command. a = N for north and S for south. Figure 1-22 (Sheet 2 of 4) Change 2 1-43 . Limits are S90.0000 to 59. Assigned mission data is downloading to the missile. ITEM VALID INPUT RANGE Degrees (d) S90 to N90 Minutes (m) 00.00.5 8 8 n ’ ENTER E TO SE L ECT OR 0 TO DE L E TE A75613 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. (blank) Targeting operation is not active. COMPLT (Reverse Failure to download data. n = 1 to 6.9999 (blank) Targeting operation is not active.0000. minutes and ten-thousandths of a minute.DD =DONE CF . 1B-52H-34-2-8 [AMI] D I RECT TGT 1 2 L AT L ONG AL T 1 TGT P T 3 4 5 ’ 6 ’ 2 CRU I SE AL T o o 3 BRNG TO TGT 7 I MP ACT ANGL E 8 4 F UZE MODE 9 10 1 − SOF T 2 −HARD 5 F UZ E DE L AY 11 ( 0−7 ) CF .

59. A 1 is displayed prior to operator entry.9999 (blank) Targeting operation is not active. Although val- ues up to 45000 are valid. (blank) Targeting operation is not active. SOFT is displayed prior to operator entry. the default value. 6 Direct Target Missile YES Cruise Altitude nnnnn Cruise altitude for JASSM Direct Targets where nnnnn = 0 to 45000’ MSL or 99999. 5 Direct Target Altitude YES fffff Target point altitude (MSL): –328 to 32810 in feet.000 feet MSL. 60 is displayed on CF-588 prior to operator entry. VALID INPUT TARGET TYPE 1 Soft Impact 2 Hard Impact (blank) Direct targeting is not active. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Direct Target Definition Display (CF-588. (blank) Targeting operation is not active.n) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. 8 Direct Target Missile YES Impact Angle dd Target impact angle (0 . (blank) Direct targeting is not active. Figure 1-22 (Sheet 3 of 4) 1-44 Change 2 . SOFT Selected Fuze Mode is function on impact referenced to Crush Switch (Soft target).00. A 999 is displayed prior to operator entry. the missile’s actual maximum cruise altitude is approximately 22.vertical) degrees relative to local level horizontal plane at target impact. minutes and ten-thousandths of a minute. 7 Direct Target Missile YES Bearing to Target bbb Bearing to target where bbb = 0 to 360 (0 being true north) or 999 where mis- sile will determine BTT from A/C to target at time of launch. a = E for east and W for west. displayed prior to operator entry.O.0000 through E 179. Limits are W 180.mmmm Target point longitude in degrees. 9 Fuze Mode YES n Fuze mode selector where n is used to specify whether to reference the delay time from a crush switch (soft target) or g-force sensor (hard target). The missile uses 15.level to 90 . FUNCTION FIABLE 4 Direct Target Longitude YES addd°mm.0000 to 59. (blank) Targeting operation is not active. or if Fuze Mode in- valid. 10 Fuze Target Type NO HARD Selected Fuze Mode is function on impact referenced to G-Force Sensor (Hard target).000 feet MSL as the default altitude (99999). (blank) Targeting operation is not active.T.9999 ITEM VALID INPUT RANGE Degrees (d) W180 to E179 Minutes (m) 00.

nn = 1 to 11. _n = 1. Figure 1-22 (Sheet 4 of 4) Change 3 1-45 . (blank) When manual targeting is active. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. 6. (blank) Direct targeting is not active. 13 Location/Station NO Identifier xy Location/station of each missile present on the aircraft and available for assignment that is not currently assigned and targeted to any target. xy (Normal Blinking Location/station of each missile that does not have power applied and is Video) available for assignment. 14 Weapons Remaining NO __n Remaining missiles to be selected. 16 Direct Target Elevation YES Target elevation reference in MSL or HAE. (blank) The corresponding missile is not present or is unavailable for selection due to a permanent fatal fault. 0 The corresponding location or station is not selected. or if Fuze Mode invalid. Reference Less [AMI] n Valid Input Elevation Measurement n= 0 Mean Sea Level n= 1 Height Above Ellipsoid (blank) Targeting operation is not active. T. 2. (blank) The corresponding missile is not present or is unavailable for assignment due to a permanent fatal fault. •When manual targeting is active. 15 Weapons Required NO _n Quantity of required missiles. n = 0 or 1. The positions are assigned from left to right across the screen in the preferred launch sequence. xy (Reverse Video) Location/station of each missile that was not successfully targeted after a CF-DD command. Each location and station that is displayed will be displayed in a dedicated screen location for that missile. –nn (Reverse Video) More missiles are selected than are required for the mission. 12 Location/Station YES Selection Status E The corresponding location or station is currently selected. y = Station number 1. A 0 is displayed prior to opera- tor entry. 3. (blank) When any of the following conditions is true: •Targeting operation is not active. prior to selection of JASSM launch point destination and mission group identifier or targeting operation is not active. FUNCTION FIABLE 11 Fuze Function Delay YES m Fuze function delay setting where m = 0 to 7. xy (Bright Location/station of each missile present on the aircraft and available for Underlined Video) assignment that is currently assigned and targeted to this target or to another target. prior to selection of JASSM launch point destination and mission group identifier. 7 or 8. x = L for left pylon stations and R for right pylon stations.O.

When a DTUC. (the same as for will result in a DTUC/DTC recording of navigation loading any other SMO) is contained in T. and LAR status. BAY Less [AMI] CF-62 SMO Menu not used with JASSM). bay. the missile modes. Operator entry of CF-65 procedure for loading the SMO. Operator entry of CF-62. the first SMO loaded until a primary is chosen. commanded by CF-6. bay or XXXXXXX is the version information extracted right pylon. While the SMO is active. figure 1-33). and mission parameters.O. The FMS mission event data. or right pylon. from the CPIN number.O. the SMO will inhibit loading past fault indications shown on the PME Status a new SMO until the following conditions have been Display (FRMT-6. 1B-52H-1-12. is shown in figure 1-23. 1B-52H-1-12. to the location that the SMO is to control and press the ENTER key. iden. lect the SMO that controls the left pylon.O. initiated). [AMI] CF-62 SMO Menu CF-66 Erase PME Faults SMO Load Menu (CF-62) (figure 1-24) allows the CF-66 ERASE PME FAULTS indicates a CF-66 operator to select and load a SMO for left pylon. the SMO will delay a CF-62. 1B-52H-1-12. 1B-52H-34-2-8 FCP SUPERVISION MENU (CF-6) • DTS input/output is complete if a DTC is installed. 1B-52H-1-12. The procedure for classified memory erase is Recorder Cartridge (FDRC) DTUC is installed. Any WIU commu- met: nication faults and ECU faults will be cleared. The procedure for loading the SMO into the ACUs is equivalent to loading any other CWI CF-65 DATA RECORD indicates a CF-65 command SMO. tom of the MFD for modification: CF-61 Startup 11 SMO LOAD LP__ BAY__ RP__ CF-61 commands OAS startup.T. The JASSM SMO. B or C to se- tifies the number to be entered to load the SMO. Much of the data displayed With the CF-62 menu displayed the operator will on the FCP Supervision Menu is related to the FMS enter MDFY-11 to copy the following text to the bot- and is contained in T. time to go.O. if it exists on the OCP can be used to record mission event data. arrow keys on the IKB. The FCP Supervision Menu. The SMO will indicate to the FMS lon. Any existing faults will cause a fault recording and the • All WIU and missile power removal complete. Op- erator entry of CF-66 will result in erasure of all While the SMO is active. 1-46 Change 2 . the operator ber followed by the text AGM-158 XXXXXXX. The SMO is automatically initialized and begins execution immediately upon loading the SMO into CF-65 Data Record the ACUs. bay command can be used to erase fault indications (not used with JASSM). To select a SMO as the primary SMO. have been met: • CF-64 CLSF Memory Erase All WIU and missile power removal complete. play (FRMT-6). which of its fault indications should be erased. • Classified data erase (CF-575) is completed. ure 1-24).O. fault indication will continue to be displayed in • Classified data erase is completed (software reverse video. The procedure for The operator will then enter the number of the de- starting up the OAS is the same as for any other sired SMO number into the field that corresponds OAS startup and is contained in T.O. or right pylon.n will result in the FMS loading the SMO indicated by n. or RP (right pylon) is de- fined by the cursor which can be moved using the Operator entry of CF-62 will result in an FMS dis. respectively. 1B-52H-1-12. CF-64 commands the erasure of OAS classified me- • DTU input/output is complete if a Fault Data mory. The primary that are no longer valid from the PME Status Dis- SMO is selected from the SMO’s loaded on left py. A num. the same as contained in T. The primary SMO will be play of the SMOs available on the OCP DTUC (Fig. safe conditions message SMO LOAD CMPLT will be displayed on and pertinent information are recorded along with each MFD following completion of a SMO load. The location: LP (left pylon). The status SMO is loaded.n command to have the The procedure for loading SMOs is contained in FMS load a new SMO until the following conditions T. missile mode switches. will enter CF-62x where x is either A. is identified on the CF-62 menu.

missile and WIU power will remain on. When the [AMI] Operator entry of CF-68 will command the primary ACU is shutdown. If aircraft status indicates ECU power logoff is commanded and the system is restarted. contained in T. whether it is active or inactive. loaded is the same as for any other shutdown and is otherwise missile and WIU power will be removed. otherwise missile and WIU power will be removed. Additionally. The ACU shutdown process is de- fault is detected. 1B-52H-1-12. If the CF-68 command is entered down of all WCE and missiles is complete. X will be displayed by CSP next to in the ACUs. ing ECU Power Override.O. if an Envi. missile and WIU power will remain on. The SMO will mains on continuously as a result of select- not reject a CF-68 command. the WIU may be op- ciated with non-availability of Environmental Con. 1B-52H-1-12. 1B-52H-34-2-8 CF-67 Shutdown Inventory Display (FRMT-7) and an X will be dis- played next to ECU text on the PME Status Dis- CF-67 SHUTDOWN indicates a CF-67 command play (FRMT-6). The operator will be given 1 minute from the time the CF-68 command was Less [AMI] Operator entry of CF-68 will command entered to reenter the CF-68 command if an ECU the OAS to activate the ECU power override option fault is still in effect otherwise weapon and WIU and ignore any ECU faults. is displayed ronmental No-Go fault is detected from the ECU on the FCP Supervision Menu (CF-6). power override is active. The current state of the override is displayed (ON or OFF) on CF-6. become inactive only if the SMO is reloaded or if a manded on. and scribed in T. T. 30 min- trol Unit (ECU) power. If an ECU Environmental No-Go can be used to shutdown FMS and SMO processing fault is detected. During WIU power on and initialization. While in ECU power override.O. If an Environmental power will be removed. the CF-68 command can be entered prior to CF-68 ECU Power Override re-applying WIU power and the ECU fault will be ignored. The SMO will not reject a CF-68 command. damage to with non-availability of Environmental Control equipment may occur if WIU power re- Unit (ECU) power. CF-69A command and secondary ACU shutdown is initiated by entering a CF-69B command. the CF-68 command can be entered prior to re-applying WIU power and the ECU fault will be Primary ACU shutdown is initiated by entering a ignored. Less [AMI] CF-68 ECU PWR ORIDE indicates a CF-68 command can be used to override faults asso. If WIU and/or missile power is removed because of a fault. override is displayed (ON or OFF). option. the secondary ACU will OAS to activate the ECU power override option and be reconfigured to become the primary ACU if it is ignore any ECU faults. The SMO will ECU will be displayed on the Weapon Status And delay compliance of the shutdown request until all Inventory Display (FRMT-7). is com. Operator entry of CF-67 will result in ECU text on the PME Status Display (FRMT-6) and the shutdown of the FMS and SMO. erated using a 30 minute on. If the CF-68 command is entered The current status of the ECU power override op- within 1 minute of the time that the fault is tion. after ECU power has been applied for 2 minutes. A system logoff and restart No-Go fault is detected. ECU PWR will be displayed. the ECU.O. the FCP Supervision Menu (CF–6). power will be removed from all missiles and both [AMI] The ECU power override option will become WIUs unless the operator activates the ECU power inactive only if CF-68 is commanded when the ECU override option. The current state of the ute on cycle. ECU will be displayed on the Weapon Status and Change 3 1-47 . The pro. an ECU master fault will of the system will also deactivate the ECU override. 15 minute off. If an Environmental outstanding SMO faults have been recorded (Less No-Go fault is detected. whether it is active or inactive. be displayed. If an ECU AC Discrepancy operational. the WIU power The current status of the ECU power override on process is terminated. an ECU master fault will [AMI] if an FDRC is installed) and until power be displayed. If WIU and/or missile power is removed because of [AMI] CF-69A and CF-69B ACU Shutdown Commands a fault. [AMI] CF-68 ECU PWR ORIDE serves as an ON- OFF toggle switch for overriding faults associated With an ECU fault present. is displayed on detected. Less [AMI] The ECU power override option will which supplies cooling air to the WIUs. within 1 minute of the time that the fault is cedure for shuting down the OAS with the SMO detected. is not available when commanded.

1B-52H-34-2-8 FCP Supervision Menu (CF-6) Less [AMI] PMD 6 F CP SUPV 6 1 S T AR TUP 6 2 SMO MENU 64 CL SF MEM ERASE 65 DA T A RECORD 66 ERASE PME F AUL T S 67 SHUTDOWN 68 ECU PWR OR I DE 2 CF .6 B40814 [AMI] PMD 6 F CP SUP V PR I MARY SMO : 1 6 1 S T AR TUP 6 2 SMO MENU F CP APP L I CA T I ONS 6 4 C L S F MEM E RASE 6 5 D A T A R E COR D 6 6 E R A S E PME F AUL T S 6 7 S H U T DOWN 6 8 E CU PWR OR I D E 2 6 9 A SHUTDOWN PR I MARY ACU 6 9B SHUTDOWN SECONDA RY A CU − − − −CF .T.O.6 B40815 Figure 1-23 (Sheet 1 of 2) 1-48 Change 2 .

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WINDOW DISPLAY MODI- FUNCTION
FIABLE

1 Primary SMO Title NO

24 Character Label Primary SMO title.

2 ECU Power Override NO

OFF ECU power override is not commanded.
ON ECU power override is commanded.

Figure 1-23 (Sheet 2 of 2)

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SMO Load Menu (CF-62)
Less [AMI]

[AMI]

Figure 1-24

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Less [AMI] MISSION SUPERVISION MENU (CF-8) If the missile type identified by mission data is not
the same as that identified by the previously loaded
The Mission Supervision Menu, commanded by mission and subsequently power is applied to the
CF-8, is shown in Figure 1-25. Much of the data missile(s), a xy:STORE ID transient fatal master
displayed on the Mission Supervision Menu is fault will be displayed.
related to the flight management system and is
contained in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12. The SMO operation If the missile type identified by mission data is not the
items include the current B-52 mission type (i.e., same as that identified by the previously loaded mis-
WAR, TLI, OTL, FERRY or CC) and the missile sion and if either WIU is operational, power will be re-
group ID from the loaded missile DTUC. moved from each WIU that is powered and a MSN
DATA?? master fault will be displayed. However, if
Less [AMI] Read B-52 Sortie Mission Data Command the missile type identified by the previous mission
(CF-81,n) was a JASSM, the power will not be removed.
Operator entry of CF-81,n will initiate reading of NOTE
B-52 mission n data. The SMO will inhibit loading of
the mission data and the command displayed in re- Manual Targeting, Direct Targeting, or Auto-
verse video if any of the following conditions exist: matic Targeting, if active, will be terminated
• The B-52 sortie mission file format is not in when a valid CF-81,n command is entered.
conventional (ICSMS) format.
• There is a missile in launch countdown. For an in-depth discussion of mission data opera-
• Jettison is in progress for any missile. tions see MISSION DATA in Section VII.
• SIT is active.
• Go-NoGo test is active. [AMI] MISSION SUPERVISION MENU (CF-8)
• The SMO is operating in SIM mode.
The Mission Supervision Menu, commanded by
If the mission type of the loaded sortie mission is CF-8, is shown in Figure 1-25. Much of the data
not a conventional mission, the nonfatal master displayed on the Mission Supervision Menu is
fault MSN DATA?? will be displayed. related to the flight management system and is
contained in T.O. 1B-52H-1-12. The screen displays
The JASSM SMO and a sortie mission must be the sortie, mission type (i.e., WAR, TLI, OTL,
loaded in order to successfully apply power to the FERRY or CC), and weapon group for the left py-
WIUs. If a B-52 sortie mission is not loaded WIU lon, bay and right pylon loaded in the OAS.
power application will be inhibited and the nonfatal
master fault MSN DATA ?? will be displayed. [AMI] B-52 Mission Data Load Command (CF-81)

If the sortie mission data that is loaded does not The B-52 Mission Data Load Display (CF-81), fig-
identify a WIU as the Stores Management Interface ure 1-25A, displays the primary SMO, loaded sor-
Unit (SMIU) at a location where power is applied, tie, mission and primary SMO weapon group, num-
power will be removed from that WIU and all mis- ber of sorties available on the DTC, and a list of
siles at that location, and the nonfatal master fault missions available for each sortie. The display also
MSN DATA?? will be displayed. provides the capability of selecting the sortie and
displaying the command to load a mission.
Once the WIU is powered on, weapons may be pow-
ered. Weapons are automatically assigned launch NOTE
points if the sortie mission has JASSM launch
points. When the weapons are powered on, weapon The resident sortie and mission windows at
types are verified and valid weapons are targeted to the top of the CF-81 display will remain blank
the assigned launch points. When sortie mission or display the previously loaded sortie and
data is changed, valid weapons that are not direct mission identifiers until a mission/new mis-
targeted are automatically targeted. sion is loaded.

Weapon store mismatches with sortie mission data The operator can select a sortie from one of three
can be discerned by observing the FRMT-7 Missile ways, Either CF-DF to select the next sortie, CF-
type window in combination with a fault such as DB to select the previous sortie, or MDFY-1, enter
XY:STORE ID or XY:WPN PRSNT. the desired sortie number and press the ENTER
key. The selected sortie number will be displayed
along with the sortie title and the associated mis-
sions will be listed below them.

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Operator entry of CF-81,n will initiate reading of If the weapon type identified by B-52 sortie mission
B-52 mission n data. The JASSM SMO will inhibit data is a JASSM and the weapon identifies itself as
loading of the mission data and the command dis- a JASSM and subsequently a B-52 sortie mission is
played in reverse video if any of the following condi- loaded that does not identify JASSMs the master
tions exist: fault JASSM MSN DATA?? will be displayed
• The B-52 sortie mission file format is not in NOTE
conventional format.
• There is a missile in launch countdown.
• Jettison is in progress for any missile.
Any of the following targeting operations
• SIT is active.
will be terminated, if active, when a valid
• Go-NoGo test is active.
CF-81,n command is entered.
• The SMO is operating in SIM mode.

• The B-52 sortie mission file currently loaded Manual Targeting
is a captive carry mission and one or both
WIUs have power applied. • Direct Targeting

If the mission type of the loaded sortie mission is • Automatic Targeting
not a conventional mission, the nonfatal master
fault JASSM MSN DATA?? will be displayed. For an in-depth discussion of mission data opera-
tions see MISSION DATA in Section VII.
A sortie mission must be loaded in order to success-
fully apply power to the WIUs. If a B-52 sortie mis- [AMI] Weapon Group Load Display (CF-82A, CF-82C)
sion is not loaded WIU power application will be in-
hibited and the nonfatal master fault JASSM MSN The JASSM Weapon Group Load Display (CF-82A
DATA ?? will be displayed. and CF-82C), figure 1-25B, shows the sortie, mission
and weapon group (for the pylons) that are loaded
If the sortie mission data that is loaded does not into the OAS. The display also depicts the number
identify a WIU as the Stores Management Interface available and a listing of the JASSM weapon groups.
Unit (SMIU) at a location where power is applied,
power will be removed from that WIU and all mis- There can be up to 30 JASSM weapon groups on a
siles at that location, and the nonfatal master fault DTC. The CF-82A and CF-82C displays can show a
JASSM MSN DATA?? will be displayed. maximum of nine weapon groups at a time. CF-DF
and CF-DB commands are used to page forward or
Once the WIU is powered on, weapons may be pow- back to the page containing the desired weapon
ered. Weapons are automatically assigned launch group.
points if the sortie mission has JASSM launch
points. When the weapons are powered on, weapon The operator can select and load a weapon group
types are verified and valid weapons are targeted to into the OAS with a CF-82,nn or CF-82,n com-
the assigned launch points. When sortie mission mand, where nn or n represents the weapon group
data is changed, valid weapons that are not direct number as shown on the CF-82A or CF-82C display.
targeted are automatically retargeted when auto
targeting is not enabled. NOTE

Weapon store mismatches with sortie mission data • Although depicted as LP and RP WPN
can be discerned by observing the FRMT-7 Missile GROUPs, CF-82A and CF-82C represent all
type window in combination with a fault such as the JASSM SMO controlled weapons. A
xy:STORE ID or xy:WPN PRSNT. CF-82,nn or CF-82,n command from either
the CF-82A or CF-82C display will load the
If the weapon type identified by mission data is a selected (nn or n) weapon group for all the
JASSM and subsequently power is applied to the JASSMs.
weapon(s), and the weapon indicates it is not a
JASSM the transient fatal master fault XY:STORE • The CF-82,nn and CF-82,n commands will
ID will be displayed and power will be removed be ignored, if CF-82A or CF-82C is not dis-
from the weapon. played on the current MFD.

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Mission Supervision Menu (CF-8)
Less [AMI]

[AMI]

PMD

8 MSN SUP V

81 B 5 2 DA T A 1
RE S I D ENT SOR T I E 3
RE S I D ENT B − 5 2 DATA 4

SE L ECT ED WEAPON GROUP
8 2 A L P WPN GRP 5
8 2 B B AY WPN GRP
8 2 C RP WPN GRP 5

- - - - CF - 8

B52478

Figure 1-25 (Sheet 1 of 2)

Change 2 1-52A

O. (Blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress.T. title on mission data tape contains all blanks. (blank) No mission is loaded. Title (blank) When no missile DTUC is installed. FERRY JASSM Ferry mission is loaded. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Mission Supervision Menu (CF-8) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. (Blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress. 3 [AMI] Sortie Title NO 28 Characters Title of the sortie loaded into the ACU. or the current mission is not recognized by the JASSM SMO. 2 Less [AMI] Missile NO Mission Data Tape 28 Character ASCII Missile mission data tape label. OTL JASSM Operational Test Launch (OTL) mission is loaded. CC JASSM Captive Carry (CC) mission is loaded. Figure 1-25 (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-52B Change 2 . TLI JASSM Timeline Integration (TLI) mission is loaded. 5 [AMI] Weapon Group NO Title 28 Characters Title of the weapon group assigned to the associated location. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Loaded B-52 Mission NO Type WAR JASSM War mission is loaded. 4 [AMI] Mission Title NO 28 Characters Title of the mission loaded into the ACU.

3 Mission Title NO 28 Character Label Title of the mission loaded into the ACU. 4 PRIMARY SMO NO The text. (Blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress. (Blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress. 2 Sortie Title NO 28 Character Label Title of the sortie loaded into the ACU. T. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Primary SMO Title NO 24 Character Label Primary SMO title. Figure 1-25A (Sheet 1 of 2) Change 2 1-52C . (Bright Underlined Video) (Blank) No weapon group has been loaded for the primary SMO. will appear when a weapon group has GROUP been loaded for the primary SMO. PRIMARY SMO GROUP. 5 Primary SMO Weapon NO Group 28 Character Label Title of the weapon group loaded for the primary SMO.O. (Blank) No weapon group has been loaded for the primary SMO. 1B-52H-34-2-8 B-52 Mission Data Load Display (CF-81) [AMI] WINDOW DISPLAY MODI.

8 Selected Sortie No. 1B-52H-34-2-8 B-52 Mission Data Load Display (CF-81) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. (Blank) No DTC is available.O. CC JASSM Captive Carry (CC) mission is loaded. FERRY JASSM Ferry mission is loaded. (blank) No mission is loaded.8). 6A Loaded B-52 Mission NO Type WAR JASSM War mission is loaded. TLI JASSM Timeline Integration (TLI) mission is loaded. n Number of sorties resident on the DTC.T. NO n Selected sortie number (1 . or the current mission is not recognized by the JASSM SMO. Figure 1-25A (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-52D Change 2 . (Blank) No DTC is available.8). OTL JASSM Operational Test Launch (OTL) mission is loaded. FUNCTION FIABLE 6 Sortie No. 7 DTC Sortie Count NO 0 No DTC is installed or no sorties are resident on the DTC. Select YES n Selected sortie number (1 . 10 DTC Mission Title NO 28 Character Label Title of each mission data file in the DTC for the selected sortie. 9 Selected Sortie Title NO 28 Character Label Title of selected sortie on the DTC.

O. T. CF-82C) [AMI] Figure 1-25B (Sheet 1 of 2) Change 2 1-52E . 1B-52H-34-2-8 Weapon Group Load Menu (CF-82A.

Figure 1-25B (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-52F Change 2 . (Blank) No weapon group loaded into the ACU for the selected location. 5 Weapon Group NO Number n or nn JASSM weapon group number. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Weapon Group Load Menu (CF-82A.O. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Selected Sortie Title NO 28 Character Label Title of the sortie resident in the ACU. 6 Weapon Group NO Title 28 Character Label JASSM weapon group title. 2 Selected Mission Title NO 28 Character Label Title of the mission resident in the ACU. 3 Selected Weapon NO Group 28 Character Label Title of the weapon group loaded into the ACU for the selected location. CF-82C) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. (Blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress.T. 4 Number of Weapon NO Groups Available n or nn Number of JASSM weapon groups available to load. (Blank) No mission is loaded into the ACU or mission data load is in progress.

• [AMI] Manual targeting operation is active CF-E. The other command used to con. If the confirmation prompt is unan- targeting request. lected direct target will also be exited if auto launch ing operation is not present on the selected MFD. MISSILE CONTROL PANEL BACKUP DISPLAY (CF-E) tive and a missile mission DTUC is not available. The CF-E commands Exit Targeting Process Command (CF-DE) associated with the JASSM SMO are contained in figure 1-27. can be used by the op- erator to enter missile commands in lieu of entering and a weapon mission group is not available. • Less [AMI] Manual targeting operation is ac. tained in Section III of T. mode is selected or a fly-to command is entered. missiles previously assigned/targeted to direct tar- loading data to the missile(s). A • Direct Target Definition (CF-588). transfer of targeting data to the selected missiles will be initiated. same MFD on which the copy command was en- • The data items required have not been en. overwrite the existing direct target data for direct DD. tered for the active targeting operation. [AMI] 120 direct targeting operation is being performed and if seconds the default answer of NO will be assumed.O. get n will be unassigned/untargeted. If a direct tar- • The manual targeting or direct target opera. 1B-52H-1-12. CLR-D will tion is not active. response to the confirmation prompt will result in trol the targeting process is the CF-DE command. • Direct Target display is not displayed on the ing operation is not present on the selected MFD. A YES selected missile(s). target to receive the copied direct target data. ing. get is not currently selected for launch. The current The SMO will reject a CF-Dn command and display targeting process will then be concluded if Direct it in reverse highlight if any of the following condi- Targeting is active. n represents the number of the direct • Manual Targeting (CF-586). T. will result in the direct allow an operator to control the completion process target data currently displayed being copied to di- when one of the following requests is active: rect target n. 1B-52H-34-2-8 TARGETING PROCESS CONTROL (CF-DD AND CF-DE) DIRECT TARGET COPY COMMAND (CF-Dn) There are two commands (CF-DD and CF-DE) that Operator entry of CF-Dn. The SMO will reject a CF-DD command and display it in reverse video if any of the following conditions • Direct target n is the same as the currently displayed direct target. exist: • n is not a valid direct target number. CF. SELECTED DIRECT TARGET DESELECTION COM- MAND (CLR-D) The SMO will reject a CF-DE command and display it in reverse video if any of the following conditions If a direct target has been selected via PRGM-Dn. exist: operator entry of CLR-D will command the SMO to deselect that direct target for launch.O. be rejected and displayed in reverse video. Change 2 1-52G/(1-52H blank) . The se- • The display associated with the active target. • The manual targeting or direct target defini. the commands via the WCP. shown in figure 1-26. OVERWRITE DATA? (YES/ NO) will be displayed requesting confirmation to The targeting process completion command. Input of commands using CF-E is con- Operator entry of CF-DE command will exit the re. overwriting the target data for direct target n and and is used to exit targeting process without down. If either the manual targeting or swered after Less [AMI] 60 seconds. • The display associated with the active target. confirmation prompt. A NO response to the confirmation prompt will result in abandon- Targeting Completion Command (CF-DD) ing the CF-Dn command. initiates the downloading of target data to the target n with the current direct target data. tions exist: • Direct Target operation is not currently active. missiles are selected. • There is another confirmation prompt pend- tion operation is not active. quest without initiating the transfer of targeting data or saving direct target that has been changed. tered. leaving the direct target n data and missile assignment and targeted states Operator entry of CF-DD will conclude the current unchanged.

BLA .

1B-52H-34-2-8 Missile Control Panel Backup Display (CF-E) PMD W I U PWR L P 1 / 2 =E 9A WPN J E T T SE L = EE 1 RP 1 / 2 = E 9 C EN HW SWCH= E 9D L AUNCH WPN PWR 3 4 / 5 MODE = E 7 ON = E 6 A 6 = ECD =E 1 1 OF F = E 6 B ENTER ’ E 3 ’ THEN ENTER ’A’ TO SE L ECT OR ’ 0 ’ TO CL E AR L OCA T I ON + S T A T I ON = E3 7 8 9 1 2 3 6 7 8 CF E 10 11 11 11 11 11 A67182 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. WIU power is off. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 WIU Power Status NO ON WIU power is off. ON (Bright Underlined WIU power is on. Video) 2 WIU Power Status NO OFF WIU power is on. lined Video) 3 Master Fault Status NO MSTR A master fault is not displayed. T. FAULT MSTR A master fault is displayed. OFF (Bright Under. AUTO (Bright Launch mode is automatic.O. FAULT (Bright Underlined Video) 4 AUTO Launch Mode NO Status AUTO Launch mode is manual. Underlined Video) Figure 1-26 (Sheet 1 of 2) 1-53 .

ALL (Bright Underlined ALL station switch is selected. 1 Thru 8 Station Number Station is selected (Stations 4 and 5 are not used). FUNCTION FIABLE 5 MAN Launch Mode NO Status MAN Launch mode is automatic.O. LP (Bright Underlined Left pylon is selected. When ‘0’ is displayed. Figure 1-26 (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-54 . Underlined Video) 6 MAN Launch NO Command MAN LAUNCH Manual launch has not been commanded or has completed. the location/station identifier above it will be displayed in Normal Video. 0 CF-E3 was the last command entered and the corresponding location or sta- tion is not selected. Video) 9 Station Identifier NO ALL ALL station switch is not selected. MAN LAUNCH (Bright Manual launch has been commanded and launch is in progress. Video) 10 Station Identifier NO Station Number Station is not selected (Stations 4 and 5 are not used). Underlined Video) 7 Location Identifier NO LP Left pylon is not selected. the location/station identifier above it will be displayed in Bright Underline Video. MAN (Bright Launch mode is manual. Video) 8 Location Identifier NO RP Right pylon is not selected. 1 Thru 8 (Bright Underlined Video) 11 CF-E3 Status YES A CF-E3 was the last command entered and the corresponding location or sta- tion is currently selected. When ‘A’ is displayed. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Missile Control Panel Backup Display (CF-E) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI.T. (blank) CF-E3 was not the last command entered or corresponding location or sta- tion is not currently selected. RP (Bright Underlined Right pylon is selected.

3. 8.O. T. 6. and ALL WPN PWR ON CF-E6A Power ON for Selected missile(s) WPN PWR OFF CF-E6B Power OFF for Selected missile(s) Figure 1-27 1-55 . 2. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Commands for OAS Power Control Panel and Missile Control Panel (CF-E) OAS PCP/WCP SWITCH CF-E COMMAND PURPOSE WPN JETT SEL CF-EE1 Jettisons Selected missile(s) WPN LNCH MODE CF-E7 Switches AUTO/MAN Launch Function MIU/LP CF-E9A Power ON/OFF for Left Pylon WIU MIU/RP CF-E9C Power ON/OFF for Right Pylon WIU EN HW SWCH CF-E9D Enable Commands to be Entered Via PCP/WCP subsequent to CF-E9A or CF-E9C Commands MAN LNCH CF-ECD Command Manual missile Launch MSTR FAULT CF-E11 Acknowledge Master Faults Locations: CF-E3 Allows Selection of Location(s) and Station(s) L PYLN R PYLN Stations: 1. 7.

Each failure display on FRMT-7 will • Crypto key presence indicators. FRMT-4.T. 1B-52H-1-12. ondary SMO by entering a FRMT-7A command tions. • Missile alignment status. only). and will be overwritten if FRMT-7XY is is contained in T. ECU and WIU failure status. • ECU fault indication. commanded by FRMT-7. in T. The items which can be reviewed on the JASSM PME Status Display (FRMT-6) Status and Inventory Display are contained in the following list: Figure 1-30 shows FRMT-6. FRMT-2. and FRMT-12 Weapon can also be requested when the JASSM SMO is sec- Summary displays are applicable to JASSM opera. the AIU.O. • Ejector status (on selected station status only). has failed. Much of the data displayed on the PME Status • Armament Interface Unit (AIU) fault indica- display is common OAS equipment and is contained tion. FRMT-6 PME Status. FRMT-7C command when the JASSM SMO is the primary RP Weapon Data and FRMT-77 Stores Summary) SMO. or a FRMT-7C command when the JASSM SMO is tion where the command was entered. be removed if the associated failure status clears • Missile power on/off countup timer (on se- Operator entry of FRMT-6 will cause the PME Sta.O. play (FRMT-7). The Weapon Status and Inventory display without the The FRMT display displays the format menu shown Selected Station Status is requested on the selected in figure 1-29.O. tion status and AIU. FRMT-7 missile MFD at an operator station by entering a FRMT-7 Data. PME Status display. The Weapon Status and Inventory display FRMT-10 DEST/OAP table. failed. The SMO will entered and when release advisories are provide the destination label for these displays displayed. left WIU and right WIU via the • Missile identification type and sub-type. if either the WIU communication or the WIU have • Telemetry status (on selected station status only). tus Display to be displayed on the selected MFD at • Store missile type (on selected station status the station where the command was entered. • Missile faults. Less [AMI] The JASSM Status and Inventory dis. This display is used to view WCE and missile Operator entry of FRMT-7 will cause the JASSM Sta- status data. ECU. and WIU will be displayed in • Missile GPS data transfer status. if the AIU • Missile targeting status. • Carrier navigation mode status. • In-Range/In-Zone status. IU. NOTE Radar/Electro-Optical Viewing System (EVS) Displays [AMI] The CF-DF = PAGE FWD. GPS receiver. Operator entry of FRMT will cause the Format when the JASSM SMO is assigned to the left pylon Menu to be displayed on the selected MFD at the sta. ECU will be displayed in reverse video. The PME Status display • Missile power state. play. CF–DB = Discussion of the Radar and EVS displays. 1B-52H-34-2-8 FORMAT (FRMT) DISPLAYS tion Status displayed in the advisory area. • Configuration ID (on selected station status JASSM Status and Inventory Display (FRMT-7) only). AIU will be displayed in reverse video. [AMI] The Weapon Status and Inventory display can be requested with or without the Selected Sta- 1-56 Change 2 . reverse video for the left or right WIU respectively. shows AIU and WIU A bus and C bus communica. if the ECU has failed. ([AMI] FRMT-7A LP Weapon Data. The format assigned to the right pylon. the PME Status dis- play. The AIU. tus and Inventory Display to be displayed on the selected MFD at the station where the command was entered. when the destination is a JASSM launch point. com. PAGE BACK label is in the advisory area manded by FRMT-1. The operator can review the operational status of • Left and right WIU. commands are shown in figure 1-28. ECU or WIU failure status is also displayed on the JASSM Status and Inventory dis- • Manual launch required status (on selected station status only). is shown in Figure 1-31. 1B-52H-1-12. and DTU/DTR fault indications. or FRMT-5. lected station status only).

Numbers 4 and 5 are invalid stations for JASSM. and will not allow modification of a turn short indication. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Status and Inventory Display Request with Se. Although not displayed (overwritten with tering ‘A’ or ‘C’ followed by a number 1. selected sortie. nn = direct target (Dn) or launch point (nn).O. Paging forward from FRMT-7 latitude. 7. 7C or 7xy [AMI] Figure 1-28 Change 2 1-57 . command FRMT-10. FRMT-12. with selected station status display. is requested by paging forward (CF-DF) or backward (CF-DB) from the Weapon Status and The Destination Table display. FRMT-6 PME Status Display Request. and the launch point/tar. 7A. FRMT-7.nn) ure 1-32A). 7C or 7xy) play is controlled by the CSP and none of the data fields are modifiable. the Weapon Assignment Data display tive destination is a JASSM launch point. will the Weapon Assignment Data displays in the re- cause the JASSM Status and Inventory display verse sequence. As an example. allowing the operator to request the pylon location respectively. 7A. The Stores Inven- the command was entered. 6. 7A. the Weapon Assignment Data dis- JASSM Format Commands COMMAND DESCRIPTION FRMT Format Menu Request. The SMO provides the weapon group id. 3. plays are presented in the order of assigned JASSM lected Station Status (FRMT-7xy) locations. commanded by FMS Inventory displays (FRMT-7. All data on this dis- [AMI] Weapon Assignment Data Display (CF-DF or CF-DB From FRMT-7.nn Weapon Summary Display. Right Pylon and back to the starting FRMT-7. The tion to common FRMT-7 data. CF-DF and CF-DB com- 8. to be displayed on the selected MFD along with status NOTE from the selected location and station. where xy represents a ward from the FRMT-7. 7C or 7xy display. CF-DF or CF-DB From JASSM Weapon Assignment Data Display Request. such as station num. ber. JASSM LP. The JASSM Weapon Assignment Data display (fig- Destination Table Display (FRMT-10. tory Summary display provides generic store/weap- on information for all locations. a FRMT-7A3 command would request the [AMI] Stores Inventory Summary Display (FRMT-77) FRMT-7 display to appear with detailed station sta- tus for left pylon station 3 being displayed on the Operator entry of FRMT-77 displays the Stores In- bottom of the selected MFD at the station where ventory Summary (figure 1-32B). nn = current or selected destination. 7C or 7xy will present single valid location and station selection. selected B-52 mission. FRMT-7xy JASSM Status and Inventory Display Request with Selected Station xy. 7A. T.nn Destination Table Display. FRMT-7 JASSM Status and Inventory Display Request. Paging back- Operator entry of FRMT-7xy. The numbers represent Weapon Assignment Data displays. weapon type/subtype.nn is shown in figure 1-33. A single val- id location and station is selected on an IKB by en. FRMT-77 [AMI] Stores Inventory Summary Display FRMT-10. mands are available on the FRMT-7xy dis- The characters ‘A’ and ‘C’ represent the left or right play. longitude. and altitude for a JASSM LP. figure 1-32. 7C or 7xy. SMO will provide the destination label. FRMT-7C [AMI] JASSM Status and Inventory Display Request. Left Pylon. 7A.7A. 7C or 7xy). 2. In addi. FRMT-7A [AMI] JASSM Status and Inventory Display Request. for each destination in figure 1-33 when the respec- get identifier. or JASSM xy data). the selected station on the identified pylon.

O.T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM FRMT (Format) Menu Less [AMI] PMD FRMT MENU 1 RDR 2 RDR + PMD 3 E VS 4 E VS + PMD 5 E VS F UL L 6 PME S T A TUS 7 WPN DA T A (XY ) (XY = L OC / S T A ) 8 EMERG DA T A 9 F XP T TB L 10 DE S T / OAP TB L 1 2 WE APON SUMMARY ( NN ) + XH POS I T I ON NN= J ASS M L AUNCH PO I NT ( 1 − 9 9 ) OR D I R TGT ( D 1 −D 6 ) − − FRMT - A67183 [AMI] PMD FRMT MENU 1 RDR + XH POS I T I ON 2 RDR + PMD 7 7 ST OR ES SUMMARY 3 E VS 1 2 WE APON SUMMARY ( NN ) 4 E VS + PMD NN = J ASSML AUNCH P T ( 1 − 9 9 ) OR 5 E VS F UL L D I R TGT ( D 1 −D 6 ) 6 PME S T A TUS 7 PR I MARY WE APON DA T A 8 EMERG DA T A 9 F XP T TB L 10 DE S T / OAP TB L 7A L P WPN DA T A 1 7B B AY WPN DA T A 7C RP WPN DA T A 1 − − FRMT - B40819 Figure 1-29 (Sheet 1 of 2) 1-58 Change 2 .

Figure 1-29 (Sheet 2 of 2) Change 2 1-59 . FUNCTION FIABLE 1 SMO ID NO 24 Character ASCII ID ID of SMO assigned to specified location.O. 24 Character ASCII ID ID of SMO assigned to specified location and SMO is primary. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. T. (Bright Underline Video) (blank) No SMO assigned to location.

.6 A47310 [AMI] Figure 1-30 Sheet (1 of 2) 1-60 Change 2 .F RM T . 1B-52H-34-2-8 PME Status Display (FRMT-6) Less [AMI] PMD BUS PME FL T BUS PME FL T BUS PME F L T B U S PME F L T ACU A DEU RIU CD I U ACU B RSC AHRS CSCP ACU C RVR RDR RNMP RNK B WCP D TU 1 NK B D TU 2 1 2 AIU 3 D TU 3 IU RA D TU 4 GP S DOOR S AU ECU 3 I ME 1 RPK B I ME 2 NPK B 1 2 L WI U 3 DVS 1 2 R WI U 3 EIU .O.T.

1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. X (Reverse Video) The corresponding device is currently faulted. A (Reverse Video) The corresponding device is currently failing A Bus test. Figure 1-30 Sheet (2 of 2) Change 2 1-61 . T. (Blank) The corresponding device has not failed since the last time faults were cleared.O. 3 Device Fault NO X The corresponding device has failed since the last time faults were cleared (CF-66). (Blank) The corresponding device has not failed the A Bus test since the last time faults were cleared. C (Reverse Video) The corresponding device is currently failing the C bus test. 2 Device C Bus Test NO C The corresponding device has failed the C Bus test since the last time faults were cleared (CF-66). but is currently passing the C Bus test. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Device A Bus Test NO A The corresponding device has failed the A Bus test since the last time faults were cleared (CF-66). (Blank) The corresponding device has not failed the C Bus test since the last time faults were cleared. but is currently not faulted. but is currently passing the A Bus test.

T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Status and Inventory Display (FRMT-7) (FRMT-7. • Stations 4 and 5 are not used with JASSMs.O. FRMT-7A. The other station data displays are identical. Figure 1-31 (Sheet 1 of 6) 1-62 Change 3 . FRMT-7C) Less [AMI] SAMPLE PMD 2 M 1 −GO / 1 0 C 1 2 0 1 / MG Z R I GHT 2 1 2 − 3 / 4 5 3 1 3 6 / 7 8 L EF T 3 R I GHT 1 R I GHT 3 9 7 7 L EF T 7 R I GHT 7 6 8 6 8 L EF T 6 L EF T 8 R I GHT 6 R I GHT 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 − − FRMT − 7 A75616 NOTE • Details of the LEFT 1 station inventory defined in the following table. LEFT 2 dis- play is shown as a sample.

FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Crypto Key Status NO NO KEYS Crypto keys are not available. (Reverse Video) (blank) Crypto keys are available. Mission data disagrees. The other station data displays are identical.7 C F . T. LEFT 2 dis- play is shown as a sample.DB = P AGE B ACK B41366 NOTE • Details of the LEFT 1 station inventory defined in the following table. • Stations 4 and 5 are not used with JASSMs. Weapon power is on and both weapon and mission data agree weapon is an AGM-158A. Figure 1-31 (Sheet 2 of 6) Change 2 1-62A .O.DF = P AGE FWD C F . 1B-52H-34-2-8 [AMI] SAMPLE PMD 2 M 1 −GO / 10 C 1 2 0 1 / MG Z R I GHT 2 1 2 − 3 / 4 5 3 1 3 6 / 7 8 L EF T 3 R I GHT 1 R I GHT 3 9 7 7 L EF T 7 R I GHT 7 6 8 6 8 L EF T 6 L EF T 8 R I GHT 6 R I GHT 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 − − FRMT . WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. M1 (Reverse Video) Weapon is on and indicates that the weapon is an AGM-158A. Not a JASSM mission. 2 Missile Type NO M1 Weapon power is off and mission data indicates weapon is an AGM-158A.

or a missile is not present at the station. A carrier mission is not loaded and the weapon is a JASSM. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Status and Inventory Display (FRMT-7) (FRMT-7. (SIT and Go/No- Go test only) M (Reverse Video) Weapon power is on and indicating it is a variant. (blank) WIU power for this pylon is off. GO Mission capable: Safe to Release with launchable alignment state.T. X Missile is not present and no missile presence discrepancy exists. P Weapon is present. OF WIU power is on for this pylon and missile power is off for this missile. FRMT-7C) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. FUNCTION FIABLE 2 (Cont) M NO Weapon is on and indicating it is a variant. 3 Weapon Status NO CL Captive Carry missile launched (simulated launch). Figure 1-31 (Sheet 3 of 6) 1-62B Change 3 . (WPN PRSNT master fault) P (Reverse Video) Non-JASSM weapon (displayed after power on attempt) (blank) WIU power is off for the location. X (Reverse Video) Missile is not present and a missile presence discrepancy exists. and mission data is in disagreement. FRMT-7A. Weapon is off and mission data indicates weapon is a variant. Manual launch required. ON Missile power is on for this missile. GO (Bright Underline Fully Mission capable: All Up Round ready with launchable alignment state. but it is of unknown type. JASSM MSN data indicates empty station.O. Video) NG (Reverse Video) Permanent fatal fault has occurred for this missile. Missile power is inhibited.

nn= 1 to 10. the missile is not assigned. (blank) WIU power is off. nn (Bright Underline Launch point has been assigned to the missile. T. loaded and verified. a (Bright Video) Mission group associated with the launch point that has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. or the missile has been launched against the target. loaded. missile is not present. (blank) Missile is not assigned. nn Launch point number has been assigned to the missile. targeting data has been assigned. WIU power is not applied. nn = 1 to 99. nn (Reverse Video) Targeting failure. a = A to F. Dn (Bright Video) Direct target has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. or the weapon has been powered off after targeting. a (Reverse Video) Targeting failure for mission group associated with the launch point.O. nn (Reverse Video) Transfer alignment quality. and verified. 5 Mission Group NO a Mission group associated with the launch point that has been assigned to the missile. 6 Transfer Alignment NO Quality nn Transfer alignment quality. Figure 1-31 (Sheet 4 of 6) Change 3 1-62C . n = 1 to 6. (blank) WIU or missile power off. a = A to F. or transfer alignment not ini- tiated. loaded and verified. FUNCTION FIABLE 4 Target Data NO Dn Direct target has been assigned to missile where n = 1 to 6. or the weapon has been powered off after targeting. or the missile has been jettisoned. nn (Bright Video) Launch point number has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. a = A to F. a (Bright Underline Mission group associated with the launch point that has been assigned to the Video) missile. the missile is assigned to a di- rect target prior to targeting or missile has been jettisoned. [AMI] persisted for a minimum of 10 minutes. nn = 1 to 99. nn= 10. or the missile has been launched against the target. a = A to F. Dn (Bright Underline Direct target has been assigned to the missile. or the missile has been launched against the target. Reverse video indicates a failure has Less [AMI] occurred. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. targeting data has been as- Video) signed. Dn (Reverse Video) Targeting failure. targeting data has been as- Video) signed.

FRMT-7C) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. indicates missile is in warm-up. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Status and Inventory Display (FRMT-7) (FRMT-7. Subsequent to missile power application. (blank) No fault is present for the left WIU. or neither In-Range nor In-Zone. MG Missile has received minimum GPS data to acquire GPS after launch.O. WU (Reverse Video) Heater power fault has occurred (while missile power on or off) or warm up fault has occurred (while missile power on). 8 Ranging/In-Zone NO R In-Range. 9 Missile Fault Display NO When a missile fault exists. [AMI] R (Reverse In-Range with launch inhibited. or missile 115 VAC and 28 VDC #1 is off. Video) ER (Reverse Video) Mission data erase failure. AUR ready. IN (Reverse Video) Missile is in GPS initialization and Time Received fault has occurred. the fault text is displayed. ER (Normal Blinking Mission data erase in progress. 10 L WIU Fault Indicator NO WIU (Reverse Video) A WIU fault indication has been received which may preclude missile launch from the left pylon or communication with the left WIU has failed. indicates heater power is applied (115 VAC).T. ER Mission data successfully erased. WU Missile is in Warmup. Figure 1-31 (Sheet 5 of 6) 1-62D Change 3 . and minimum GPS. IN Missile is in GPS Initialization. Video) (blank) WIU or missile power is off. Prior to missile power application. FUNCTION FIABLE 7 Missile Status NO BT Missile is in IBIT. (blank) WIU is off. [AMI] Z (Reverse In-Zone with launch inhibited. TK Missile is tracking at least 4 satellites (test launch only). MG (Reverse Video) Missile has received minimum GPS data and Ephemeris Received fault oc- curred. (See FRMT-7 missile Faults in Section VII). NOTE IN can also indicate the combined loss of crypto keys. FRMT-7A. Video) Z In-Zone.

(blank) No fault is present. Video) DTU ([AMI] DTC) The I/O with the missile Mission DTUC/DTC failed (GPS initialization or mis- (Reverse Video) sile Mission Data attempt). GPS/AHRS Carrier nav mode is GPS/AHRS. 15 ECU (Reverse Video) NO An ECU fault indication has been received from the AIU. (Reverse Video) (blank) No prime nav mode data available. NAV Carrier nav mode is NAV. (Reverse Video) GPS-NAV Carrier nav mode is GPS-NAV. 17 R WIU Fault Indicator NO WIU (Reverse Video) A WIU fault indication has been received which may preclude missile launch from the right pylon or communication with the right WIU has failed. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI.O. ([AMI] Over land only) (Reverse Video) DPLR-NAV Carrier nav mode is DPLR-NAV. NAV INVALD Invalid nav mode. Figure 1-31 (Sheet 6 of 6) Change 2 1-63 . 12-16 Fault/Status Indicators 12 [AMI] DTC (Blinking NO SMO is accessing DTC. T. 16 AIU (Reverse Video) NO An AIU fault indication has been received which may preclude missile launch or communication with the AIU has failed. (blank) No fault is present. FUNCTION FIABLE 11 Carrier Nav Mode NO DPLR/AHRS Carrier nav mode is DPLR/AHRS. (blank) No fault is present or [AMI] SMO is not accessing the DTC. 13 IU (Reverse Video) NO The I/O with the Interface Unit failed (GPS Almanac or Crypto Keys Access attempt). (blank) No fault is present. 14 GPS (Reverse Video) NO The IU has faulted the GPS receiver. (blank) No fault is present. (blank) No fault is present.

O. 1. WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Status and Inventory Display with Selected Station Status (FRMT-7xy) SAMPLE PMD 2 M 1 −GO / 1 0 C 2 0 1 / MG Z R I GHT 2 1 3 1 3 L EF T 2 L EF T 3 R I GHT 2 R I GHT 3 7 7 L EF T 7 R I GHT 7 6 8 6 8 L EF T 6 L EF T 8 R I GHT 6 R I GHT 8 − − FRMT − 7 XY T LMY 8 9 12 3 4 / 5 6 7 EJ 10 11 12 / 13 1 5 T I ME 16 14 A75617 NOTE Stations 4 and 5 are not used with JASSMs.T. 7 or 8. Figure 1-32 (Sheet 1 of 5) 1-64 . 6. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Selected Location NO x (Bright Video) x = Pylon Location L or R. L = Left pylon location of missile selected. 3. R= Right pylon location of missile selected. 2 Selected Station NO y (Bright Video) y = Station number of missile selected. 2.

Dn (Bright Video) Direct target has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. Figure 1-32 (Sheet 2 of 5) Change 3 1-65 . Dn (Bright Underline Direct target has been assigned to the missile. nn (Bright Underline Launch point or target number has been assigned to the missile. X Missile is not present and no missile presence discrepancy exists. GO Mission capable: Safe to Release with launchable alignment state. Video) loaded and verified. or the missile has been launched against the target. NG (Reverse Video) Permanent fatal fault has occurred for this missile. (blank) Missile is not assigned. 5 Direct Target/Launch NO Point Number Dn Direct target has been assigned to missile where n = 1 to 6. (blank) WIU power for this pylon is off.O. nn = _1 to 99. nn Launch point number has been assigned to the missile. or the missile has been launched against the target. nn (Bright Video) Launch point number has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. Missile power is inhib- ited. or weapon is not present. possible: AGM-158A An AGM-158A JASSM is present. GO (Bright Underline Fully Mission capable: All Up Round ready with launchable alignment Video) state. nn (Reverse Video) Targeting failure. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. or the missile has been jettisoned. 4 JASSM Status NO CL Captive Carry missile launched (simulated launch). OF WIU power is on for this pylon and missile power is off for this missile. WIU power is not applied. X (Reverse Video) Missile is not present and a missile presence discrepancy exists. T. (blank) WIU is off. or the weapon has been powered off after targeting. n = 1 to 6. Dn (Reverse Video) Targeting failure. FUNCTION FIABLE 3 Missile Type ID NO Store Identification for selected station. ON Missile power is on for this missile. nn = 1 to 99. targeting data has been Video) loaded and verified. or the weapon has been powered off after targeting. power has never been applied to the weapon. Manu- al launch required.

loaded and verified. or missile is not present. (blank) WIU power is off. 7 Missile Fault Display NO When a missile fault exists. (blank) Missile power is off and TXA halt is not commanded.O. Figure 1-32 (Sheet 3 of 5) 1-66 Change 2 . a (Bright Underline Mission group associated with the launch point that has been assigned to Video) the missile. a (Reverse Video) Targeting failure for mission group associated with the launch point. 10 Ejector Status NO NOT UNLKD (Reverse Illegal ejector status is detected. (blank) Less [AMI] WIU power is off. [AMI] Power has never been applied to either the WIU or the weapon. (blank) Missile is not present or WIU power for this pylon is off. targeting data has been assigned. the missile is assigned to a direct target prior to targeting or missile has been jettisoned. a = A to F. a = A to F. (See FRMT-7 missile Faults in Section VII). FUNCTION FIABLE 6 Mission Group NO a Mission group associated with the launch point that has been assigned to the missile. a (Bright Video) Mission group associated with the launch point that has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. the fault text is displayed. or weapon is not present. 9 Manual Launch NO Required Indication MAN LNCH REQ Missile requires manual launch and missile power is on. TXA REINIT Missile transfer alignment reinitialization test is commanded (test only). TXA HLT/REIN Missile transfer alignment halt and reinitialization tests are both com- manded (test only). a = A to F.T. Video) UNLOCKD Ejector is unlocked. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Status and Inventory Display with Selected Station Status (FRMT-7xy) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. 11 Missile Configuration ID NO xxxxxx Missile Configuration ID. a = A to F. For Test Only: In addition to the MAN LNCH REQ the window will display the following: TXA HALT Missile transfer alignment halt test is commanded (test only). (blank) Less [AMI] WIU power off. ON Telemetry is commanded on. or the missile has been launched against the target. (Reverse Video) (blank) Weapon power is on with no fault requiring manual launch existing or weap- on power is off. the missile is not assigned. 8 Telemetry Power Status NO (Flight Test Only) OFF Telemetry is commanded off.

MG Missile has received minimum GPS data to acquire GPS after launch. TK Missile is tracking at least 4 satellites (test launch only). MG (Reverse Video) Missile has received minimum GPS data and Ephemeris Received fault oc- curred.10 = NOT Aligned). (blank) WIU is off. ER Mission data successfully erased. FUNCTION FIABLE 12 Transfer Alignment NO Quality nn Transfer alignment quality. T. indicates heater power is applied (115 VAC). indicates missile is in warm-up. 13 Weapon Data/GPS NO Status BT Missile is in IBIT. IN (Reverse Video) Missile is in GPS Initialization and Time Received fault has occurred. IN Missile is in GPS Initialization. nn (Reverse Video) Transfer alignment quality. and minimum GPS. Subsequent to missile power application. WU Missile is in Warmup. 14 Crypto Key Status NO K Status received from the missile indicates crypto-keys are present. AUR ready. (blank) WIU or missile power off.O. This in- dication will remain displayed even if missile subsequently fails to indicate keys present. Figure 1-32 (Sheet 4 of 5) Change 3 1-67 . (blank) Missile is powered off or prior to download. ER (Normal Blinking Mission data erase in progress. nn= 1 or 10 (1 = Aligned. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. or transfer alignment not ini- tiated. NOTE IN can also indicate the combined loss of crypto keys. or missile 115 VAC and 28 VDC #1 is off. [AMI] persisted for a minimum of 10 minutes. Reverse video indicates a failure has Less [AMI] occurred. Prior to missile power application. WU (Reverse Video) Heater power fault has occurred (while missile power on or off) or warm up fault has occurred (while missile power on). K (Reverse Video) Missile indicates crypto-keys are in error or have not been received. nn= 10. missile is not present. Video) ER (Reverse Video) Mission data erase failure.

(blank) Less [AMI] WIU power is off. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. (blank) Less [AMI] WIU power is off. [AMI] Power has never been applied to either the WIU or the weapon. or the weapon is not present. HOT (Reverse Video) Label indicating that Overheat Caution has been issued for missile that has power applied. OFF (Bright Video) Label indicating that missile is powered OFF. or missile not present. FUNCTION FIABLE 15 Missile Power/ NO Overheat Status The effects of weapon overheat on weapon reliability and accura- cy are unknown. or the weapon is not present. powered OFF.T. [AMI] Power has never been applied to either the WIU or the weapon. 16 Missile Overheat NO Monitor Time hh:mm Time in hours and minutes that missile has been powered ON. or missile not present. Range 00:00 – 99:59 (Hours:Minutes). Figure 1-32 (Sheet 5 of 5) 1-68 Change 2 . or power has never been applied to missile. or power has never been applied to missile. HOT (Reverse Blinking Label indicating that Overheat Warning has been issued for missile that Video) has power applied. Time pertains to status displayed in Missile Power/ Overheat Status window. or had either an Overheat Warning or an Overheat Caution issued while powered on. ON (Bright Video) Label indicating that missile is powered ON and neither an Overheat Warning nor an Overheat Caution exist.O.

3 Selected Mission Title NO 28 Character Label ID of B-52 mission loaded into ACU. Figure 1-32A (Sheet 1 of 2) Change 2 1-68A . FUNCTION FIABLE 1 JASSM Location NO LP Displayed weapon assignment data is for the left pylon. (blank) No sortie is loaded into ACU.O. Not a JASSM mission. Weapon power is on and both weapon and mission data agree weapon is an AGM-158A. Mission data disagrees. T. 7A. 7C or 7xy) [AMI] WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Weapon Assignment Data Display (CF-DF or CF-DB From FRMT-7. M1 (Reverse Video) Weapon is on and indicates that the weapon is an AGM-158A. (Bright Underlined) 2 Selected Sortie Title NO 28 Character Label ID of sortie loaded into ACU. (blank) No B-52 mission is loaded in ACU. 4 Missile Type NO M1 Weapon power is off and mission data indicates weapon is an AGM-158A. (Bright Underlined) RP Displayed weapon assignment data is for the right pylon.

Dn (Reverse Video) Targeting failure. nn = 1 to 99. and verified. FUNCTION FIABLE 4 (Cont) M Weapon is on and indicating it is a variant. (SIT and Go/No- Go test only) M (Reverse Video) Weapon power is on and indicating it is a variant. or the missile has been jettisoned. Dn (Bright Video) Direct target has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. nn (Bright Underline Launch point has been assigned to the missile. or a missile is not present at the station. (blank) Missile is not assigned. nn Launch point number has been assigned to the missile. WIU power is not applied. n = 1 to 6. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Weapon Assignment Data Display (CF-DF or CF-DB From FRMT-7. nn = 1 to 99. (Bright Underlined) (blank) No targeting data is currently assigned to the weapon. 6 Selected Weapon NO Group 28 Character Label ID of weapon group. 7C or 7xy) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. loaded and verified. and mission data is in disagreement. nn (Reverse Video) Targeting failure. nn (Bright Video) Launch point number has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. or the missile has been launched against the target. P Weapon is present. but it is of unknown type.T. targeting data has been as- Video) signed. targeting data has been as- Video) signed.O. Weapon is off and mission data indicates weapon is a variant. JASSM MSN data indicates empty station. Figure 1-32A (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-68B Change 2 . A carrier mission is not loaded and the weapon is a JASSM. Dn (Bright Underline Direct target has been assigned to the missile. 7A. 5 Target Data NO Dn Direct target has been assigned to missile where n = 1 to 6. loaded into ACU and used for targeting data. loaded. or the missile has been launched against the target. (WPN PRSNT master fault) P (Reverse Video) Non-JASSM weapon (displayed after power on attempt) (blank) WIU power is off for the location.

(Blank) (Reverse No store indicated by mission data but weapon is present.) aa = JA (JASSM) or CL (CALCM) aa (Bright Underlined Weapon type as provided by the loaded aircraft mission data. Underlined Video) (blank) No SMO assigned to the location. that has Video) been confirmed by the weapon. T. aa (Reverse Video) The SMO has confirmed that the weapon type as provided by the loaded aircraft mission data does not match the actual weapon type. (blank) No SMO is assigned to the location and there is no mission loaded. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 SMO Title NO 17 Characters SMO title assigned to the location (truncated to 17 characters). 17 Characters (Bright Primary SMO title (truncated to 17 characters). 2 Weapon Type NO aa Weapon type as provided by the loaded aircraft mission data (No SMO loaded at the location or the SMO cannot confirm the actual store type.7 7 B42831 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Stores Inventory Summary Display (FRMT-77) [AMI] PMD 1 1 1 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 1 2 3 4 5 2 2 3 4 5 2 2 3 4 5 2 2 3 4 5 3 2 3 4 5 3 2 3 4 5 3 2 3 4 5 4 2 3 4 5 4 2 3 4 5 4 2 3 4 5 5 2 3 4 5 5 2 3 4 5 5 2 3 4 5 6 2 3 4 5 6 2 3 4 5 6 2 3 4 5 7 2 3 4 5 7 2 3 4 5 7 2 3 4 5 8 2 3 4 5 8 2 3 4 5 8 2 3 4 5 − − FRMT .O. Video) Figure 1-32B (Sheet 1 of 2) Change 2 1-68C .

Missile power is inhibited. (blank) Missile is not assigned. or no selected weapon event. launch is inhibited. or the weapon has been powered off after targeting. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Stores Inventory Summary Display (FRMT-77) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. targeting data has been Video) assigned. X (Reverse Video) Missile is not present and a missile presence discrepancy exists.O. This condition is termed “time-to-go (TTG) to in-range”. FUNCTION FIABLE 3 Weapon Status NO CL Captive Carry missile launched (simulated launch). targeting data has been Video) assigned. Maximum value is 59:59 if greater than one hour. OF WIU power is on for this pylon and missile power is off for this missile. Number indicated is based on the last valid data or 59:59 if greater than one hour. GO (Bright Underline Fully Mission capable: All Up Round ready with launchable alignment Video) state. (blank) WIU power for this pylon is off. nn = 1 to 99. nn Launch point number has been assigned to the missile. or the missile has been jettisoned. 00:00 Aircraft is in-range. Manual launch required. (blank) (Reverse Video) Not ranging and weapon unable to provide valid in-range data. altitude and ground track. or the missile has been launched against the target. 5 Time To In-Range NO mm:ss The time in minutes and seconds required for the aircraft to reach a point that is within range of the target if the aircraft continues flying at the current GS. Dn (Bright Video) Direct target has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. nn (Bright Underline Launch point has been assigned to the missile. Dn (Bright Underline Direct target has been assigned to the missile. GO Mission capable: Safe to Release with launchable alignment state. loaded and verified. Figure 1-32B (Sheet 2 of 2) 1-68D Change 2 . or the missile has been launched against the target. and verified. (blank) In-range is unachievable.T. nn (Bright Video) Launch point number has been assigned to the missile and targeting is in progress. X Missile is not present and no missile presence discrepancy exists. ON Missile power is on for this missile. or air- craft is inside Min range circle. loaded. nn = 1 to 99. mm:ss (Reverse Video) Weapon unable to provide valid in-range data. or the weapon has been powered off after targeting. 4 Target Data NO Dn Direct target has been assigned to missile where n = 1 to 6. WIU power is not applied. Dn (Reverse Video) Targeting failure. n = 1 to 6. nn (Reverse Video) Targeting failure. NG (Reverse Video) Permanent fatal fault has occurred for this missile.

FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Destination ID NO JASSM LP Destination is a JASSM Launch Point (LP).O. T. Figure 1-33 1-69 . 1B-52H-34-2-8 Destination Table Display (FRMT-10.nn) PMD 1 1 OAP − 1 2 −2 3 −3 4 −4 1 1 −1 2 −2 3 −3 4 −4 − − FRMT − 1 0 nn ’ A75618 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI.

Entry of CF-DF while the Weapon Summary dis- re-entry of the FRMT-12.Dn was entered. CF-DB and CF-DF will allow the op. If a missile assignment was entered. The sort is ex. DB command and display the command in reverse ning with the missile assigned to JASSM launch video if the Weapon Summary Display is not active point nn.nn or FRMT-12. or previous to missile target change occurs while the FRMT-12 screen is dis.nn command is required play is active will cause the targeting data for up to after targeting is complete to resort and refresh dis- four missiles to be displayed in the preferred played targeting data.nn or FRMT-12. DISPLAY NEXT WEAPON SUMMARY (CF-DF) vides an indication to the operator that the target- ing data displayed may not be accurate. and ending with the status of mis. While in SIM missiles in groups of four. The four previous missiles to be displayed in the pre- FRMT-12. This pro. FRMT-12. played. The SMO will reject a CF- and request the Weapon Summary display begin. all location/stations will be displayed in re- verse video in the location/station window. The SMO will reject a CF-DF will cause a FRMT-12 command to be rejected and command and display the command in reverse vid- displayed in reverse video. while in strike mode other missiles. Dn if FRMT-12. followed by stores targeted to direct targets. same as the value input.Dn is shown in sile will use a built in minimum impact figure 1-34. The summary of targeting data for up to 12 missiles.T. The FRMT-12 display provides a sorted angle of 20 if less than 20 is entered. the impact angle displayed on FRMT-12 erator to scroll backwards and forwards between represents the missile’s value. Therefore.DN command. 1B-52H-34-2-8 NOTE Weapon Summary Display (FRMT-12. requiring scrolling to view targeting data for is entered. (CF-DB) The FRMT-12 command will sort the targeting data Entry of CF-DB while the Weapon Summary dis- and request the Weapon Summary display starting play is active will cause the targeting data for the with the first missile identified by the sort.O. FRMT-12.Dn command was entered and n is not a valid JASSM Direct target. the targeting data and request the Weapon Sum- mary display beginning with the missile assigned to NOTE JASSM direct target D1. • No missile is assigned to the requested JASSM launch point. A missile will use a built in maximum impact maximum of 4 missiles will be shown on one dis. JASSM launch point Dn can be a direct target from D1 to D6. Therefore. The FRMT-12. targets to be displayed.nn command will sort the targeting data ferred launch sequence. geted to launch points. The Mis- FRMT-12. The following four conditions launch sequence. • A FRMT-12. CF-DB will not display targeting data pre- ecuted once upon entry of the FRMT-12. commanded by CF-588 Direct Targeting display.Dn command will sort sile targets points to be displayed. 1-70 Change 2 . angle value of 70 if a value greater than 70 play. JASSM launch point nn can be a number on the selected MFD or if there are no previous mis- from _1 to 99.nn or vious to missile target nn if FRMT-12.nn command was entered and the applicable carrier mission is not loaded. DISPLAY PREVIOUS WEAPON SUMMARY siles not targeted or having no assignment. The sorted targeting data mode the impact angle displayed is the will be displayed in the order of: JASSM stores tar.Dn) Discrepancies can occur between an impact angle displayed on FRMT-12 display and The Weapon Summary display. eo if the Weapon Summary display is not active on • A FRMT-12.nn command was entered and nn the selected MFD or if there are no more missile is not a valid JASSM launch point.nn FRMT-12. • A FRMT-12.

1B-52H-34-2-8 WEAPON SUMMARY DISPLAY (FRMT-12. T.DB = P AGE B ACK A86436 Figure 1-34 (Sheet 1 of 3) Change 2 1-71 .O. NN CF . 5 6 7 8 W1 1 8 o 3 4 .nn/FRMT-12.Dn) Less [AMI] [AMI] PMD J ASSM WE APON SUMMARY ID/ CRU I SE BRG I MP LS L AT L ONG EL EV AL T TGT ANG 1 2 3 4 ’ 5 ’ 6 o 7 o 8 9 P TOF 10 F UZ E MODE 11 DE L AY 12 1 2 3 4 ’ 5 ’ 6 o 7 o 8 9 P TOF 10 F UZ E MODE 11 DE L AY 12 11 N4 1 o 3 4 .DF = P AGE FWD CF . 5 6 7 8 10 7 4 9 ’ 99999 ’ 270 o 30 o L7 SKR P TOF 1 0 0 : 2 5 F UZ E MODE SOF T DE L AY 3 1 2 3 4 ’ 5 ’ 6 o 7 o 8 9 P TOF 10 F UZ E MODE 11 DE L AY 12 − − FRMT .1 2 .

NOTE Discrepancies can occur between an impact angle displayed on FRMT-12 display and CF-588 Direct Targeting display. A 999 is displayed prior to operator entry of a value. 5 Missile Cruise Altitude NO nnnnn Missile Cruise Altitude for Direct Targets.T. n = 1 to 6. ITEM VALID INPUT RANGE Degrees (d) S90 to N90 Minutes (m) 00.9999 3 Longitude NO addd°mm.59. 2 Latitude NO add°mm. (blank) Targeting operation is not active.mmmm Target point latitude in degrees. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Current Event No.Dn) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. for pre- planned targets.9999 4 Target Point Elevation NO fffff Target elevation (MSL or HAE. Displayed MSL can vary up to 10 feet due to HAE conversion in mission planning sys- tems. dd = 0 (level) to 90 (vertical) degrees. MSL for direct targets): –328 to 32810 in feet.0000. bbb = 999 where the missile will determine BTT from aircraft to target at time of launch. 7 Missile Impact Angle NO dd Target Impact Angle in degrees relative to local level horizontal plane at target impact. minutes and ten-thousandths of a minute. 0 Missile displayed in window is not assigned to any launch point or direct tar- get. as designated in mission planning.0000 through E 179. nn = _1 to 99.0000 to 59. A value of 60 is dis- played prior to operator entry of a value.00.00. The missile will use a built in maximum impact angle value of 70 if a value greater than 70 is entered.00. The Mis- sile will use a built in minimum impact angle of 20 if less than 20 is entered.mmmm Target point longitude in degrees. 6 Missile Impact Azimuth NO bbb Bearing to Target (Impact Azimuth) in degrees true.0000 to 59. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WEAPON SUMMARY DISPLAY (FRMT-12.O. minutes and ten-thousandths of a minute.9999 ITEM VALID INPUT RANGE Degrees (d) W180 to E179 Minutes (m) 00. a = E for east and W for west. While in SIM mode the impact angle displayed is the same as the value input.nn/FRMT-12. NO nn JASSM launch point. while in strike mode the impact angle displayed on FRMT-12 represents the missile’s value. Therefore. Figure 1-34 (Sheet 2 of 3) 1-72 Change 2 . A 99999 is displayed prior to operator entry of a value. nnnnn = 0 to 45000 (MSL) or 99999. a = N for north and S for south.0000 through N90. Dn Direct Target. Limits are S90. Limits are W 180. bbb = 0 to 360 (0 = North).

T. mmm:ss = Minutes and Seconds 00:00 to 143:10. SOFT is displayed prior to operator entry. 11 Fuze Target Type NO SOFT (Bright Selected Fuze Mode is function on impact referenced to Crush Switch Underlined Video) (Soft target). (blank) Seeker is not required for the target. A 0 is displayed prior to operator entry. [AMI] or if fuze mode invalid. y = Station number 1. 12 Fuze Function Delay NO m Fuze function delay setting where m = 0 to 7. Each location and station that is displayed will be displayed in a dedicated screen location for that missile. 7 or 8. (blank) The missile time on target is not required. xy (Reverse Video) Target data displayed for this location/station may not be accurate. 3. 10 Missile Planned Time NO Of Flight (PTOF) mmm:ss JASSM Planned Time Of Flight (PTOF) when a missile Time on Target (TOT) is required. 9 Seeker Requirement NO SKR Seeker is required for the target. x = L for left pylon stations and R for right pylon stations. 6. Figure 1-34 (Sheet 3 of 3) Change 2 1-73 . 0 0 = Fuze mode is invalid. HARD (Bright Selected Fuze Mode is function on impact referenced to G-Force Sensor Underlined Video) (Hard target). 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI.O. 2. FUNCTION FIABLE 8 Location/Station NO Identifier xy Location and Station of each missile. Re-entry of Weapon Summary Display FRMT-12 command is recom- mended.

O. In addition. The the weapon when launched. will cause the Program Dis- • Identification and launch status of missile(s) play for the specified direct target to be displayed on the selected MFD This will initiate ranging on associated with current launch point. • SMO identified mission event indicator. Operator entry of PRGM will cause the Program • In-Zone indication for current launch point. the weapon. will cause the Program Display for the specified carrier destination to be displayed on event. • In-Range time remaining for current launch launch point to be displayed. • Steering cue to In-Range for current missile destination nn. commonly designated as status of the weapon.T. The In- 1B-52H-1-12. items regarding JASSM operation are: • Current launch point identifier. JASSM SMO Program Commands COMMAND DESCRIPTION PRGM Program Display Request PRGM-nn Target Selection Command for JASSM Target nn PRGM-Dn Target Selection Command for Direct Target n Figure 1-35 1-74 . • No missiles are assigned to the designated di- rect target. Operator entry of PRGM-Dn. 1B-52H-34-2-8 PROGRAM (PRGM) DISPLAYS NOTE The Program Display. the items contained in the Range and In-Zone indications describe the middle of the screen. relate to JASSM launch events. is shown in figure 1-36. In-Range and In-Zone indications on parameters prior to and during launch. and will be honored by Group III data. where nn represents event. The SMO will reject a PRGM-Dn com- mand and display it in reverse highlight if any of the following conditions exist: • n is not a valid direct target number.O. the display are independently calculated by the Program display also shows pertinent launch. However. The data displayed at the top and bottom of safe launch advisories and aircraft calculated the Program display is common OAS navigation ranging indications to differ from the In- and B-52 mission data and is contained in T. Display (Figure 1-36) for the current destination to • In Range indication for current launch point. missile Dn. it is possible for the launch. Selected Destination Program Display (PRGM-nn) • In-Zone time remaining for current missile Operator entry of PRGM-nn. and missile status data in preparation for culation and data latency. or LCD status. commanded by the FMS com. • Missile Time on Target (TOT). There are several PRGM commands which will specify a certain launch point. Direct Target Program Display (PRGM-Dn) • Seeker retained indicator. the Program display are calculated by the air- mand allows the operator to review certain mission craft. • TTG to In-Zone for current launch point. • Safe launch advisories. point. Safe launch advisories and ranging times on mand PRGM-. This com. Range and In-Zone indications. • Steering cue to In-Zone for current missile the selected MFD. direct target number n. Because of the independent cal- ranging. event. be displayed on the selected MFD at the station • Time to Go (TTG) to In-Range for current where the command was entered. where n represents a • Manual launch required.

1B-52H-34-2-8 PROGRAM DISPLAY (PRGM) [AMI] PMD 1 CP A D 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 PTA 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 D D 1 E TE PTA − − PRGM− A75619 Less [AMI] Figure 1-36 (Sheet 1 of 6) Change 3 1-75 . T.O.

(blank) No missile is assigned to the direct target n or the assigned missile has been released. but no missile is assigned. (blank) (Normal Video) The missile that was displayed in this MFD area was launched or missile not assigned to this launch point or direct target. 6. AIU. y = Station number 1. Figure 1-36 (Sheet 2 of 6) 1-76 Change 3 . 4 Location/Station NO xy Location and station of each missile (displayed in preferred launch se- quence) assigned to the current launch point that is targeted and ready for launch. TTG-R (Reverse The missile currently indicates not In-Range and In-Range not Video) achievable. n = 1 to 6. Dn__ Current event is JASSM Direct Target point number. 2. xy (Reverse Location and station of each missile assigned to the current launch point that Video) cannot be launched due to a WIU. FUNCTION FIABLE 1 Destination Type NO JASSM LP SMO identified destination type. Dn = D1 to D6. 3. A missile is assigned to the direct target n. Underlined Video) TTG-R The missile currently indicates not In-Range but is achievable. (blank) No launch point or direct target selected. or missile fault. Current or next destination is a JASSM Launch Point.T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 PROGRAM DISPLAY (PRGM) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. (blank) (Reverse Displayed once for each missile that is required for the selected target by Video) mission data. xy (Normal Blinking Location and station of each missile assigned to the current launch point that Video) cannot be launched because power is not applied or targeting has not been completed. (blank) No selected launch point. nn = _1 to 99. 2 Direct Target NO Number Dn A missile is assigned to the direct target n. x = L for left pylon stations and R for right pylon stations. xy (Bright Underlined Location and station of each missile assigned to the current launch point that Video) is ready for launch and is In-Range. Dn (Bright. it has not been released and Underlined Video) the direct target is in range. 5 In-Range Status NO RANGE (Bright The missile currently indicates In-Range. it has not been released and the direct target is not in range.O. 3 Current Event NO Number LPnn Current event is JASSM launch point number. 7 or 8. or is not targeted.

lined Video) (blank) Ranging is not active or Less [AMI] no missile time of flight is being re- ceived from the missile. Maximum value is 59:59 if greater than 1 hour. (blank) (Reverse Invalid data. FUNCTION FIABLE 6 Time-to-Go to In-Range NO mm:ss Time-to-Go (TTG) to In-Range. and ground track. [AMI] launch is inhib- Video) ited or aircraft is inside min range circle. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. Mission requires Time on Target. T. (blank) No missile time of flight is being received from the missile. 9 Missile Time on Target NO hh:mm:ss Missile Time on Target (TOT) determined by adding the current UTC and the time of flight data from the weapon (00:00:00 to 23:59:59). TOT (Bright. 7 In-Range Remaining NO Time mm:ss Remaining In-Range time in minutes and seconds if the aircraft maintains current ground speed. mm:ss (Reverse The missile is unable to provide valid In-Range data. hh:mm:ss Missile unable to provide valid Time of Flight data or [AMI] or launch is (Reverse Video) inhibited. 00:00 Aircraft is In-Range.O. The time in minutes and seconds required for the aircraft to reach a point that is within range of the target if the aircraft maintains current ground speed. Number displayed is based on the last valid data. altitude. [AMI] Not ranging and weapon not able to provide in-range Video) data. [AMI] launch is inhib- Video) ited or aircraft is inside min range circle. or no selected launch point. or 59:59 if greater than 1 hour. Maximum value is 59:59 if greater than 1 hour. (blank) In-Range is not achievable. The number displayed is based on the last valid data. Number displayed is based on the last valid data. mm:ss (Reverse The missile is unable to provide valid In-Range data. Under. altitude. or no selected launch point. or 59:59 if greater than 1 hour. 8 TOT Label NO TOT The TOT label is displayed when JASSM ranging is active. and ground track. Figure 1-36 (Sheet 3 of 6) Change 2 1-77 . (blank) In-Range is not achievable. (blank) (Reverse Invalid data. [AMI] Not ranging and weapon not able to provide in-range Video) data.

O. This condition is termed Time-to-Go (TTG) to In-Zone. Maximum value is 59:59 if greater than 1 hour. Number displayed is Video) the last valid time or 59:59 if greater than 1 hour. (blank) (Reverse Invalid data. altitude. (blank) The aircraft is on track to achieve In-Range or the aircraft is past the point of closest approach for In-Range or no selected direct target event. FUNCTION FIABLE 10 In-Range Track NO Indicator → The aircraft is not on track and needs to steer to the right in order to achieve In-Range for the selected direct target. (Less [AMI] launch point has no waypoints) or direct target is active event. or Video) the missile is not targeted. ← The aircraft is not on track and needs to steer to the left in order to achieve In-Range for the selected direct target. 00:00 Aircraft is In-Zone. and ground track.T. 12 Time-to-Go to In-Zone NO mm:ss The time in minutes and seconds required for the aircraft to reach a point that is within zone of the first waypoint if the aircraft continues flying towards the first waypoint at the current ground speed. Figure 1-36 (Sheet 4 of 6) 1-78 Change 2 . Maximum value is 59:59 if greater than 1 hour. ZONE (Bright The missile currently indicates In-Zone. Number indicated is Video) based on the last valid data or 59:59 if greater than 1 hour. or no selected launch point. 11 In-Zone Status NO TTG-Z The missile currently indicates not In-Zone but is achievable. (blank) In-Zone is not achievable. and ground track. altitude. Underlined Video) (blank) No selected launch point. 13 In-Zone Remaining NO Time mm:ss Remaining In-Zone time in minutes and seconds if the aircraft maintains current ground speed. [AMI] Not ranging and weapon unable to provide valid in-zone Video) data. [AMI] Not ranging and weapon unable to provide valid in-zone Video) data. mm:ss (Reverse The missile is unable to provide valid In-Zone data. (blank) (Reverse Invalid data. (blank) In-Zone is not achievable. 1B-52H-34-2-8 PROGRAM DISPLAY (PRGM) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. TTG-Z (Reverse The missile currently indicates not In-Zone and In-Zone unachievable. mm:ss (Reverse The missile is unable to provide valid In-Zone data. or no selected launch point.

Bright Video) lease.O. above. FUNCTION FIABLE 14 Safe Release and NO Safe release and weapon launch advisories are shown below in the order of Weapon Launch highest priority. above. Advisories Weapon Launch Advisories: CLIMB (Blinking. Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone or In-Zone is achievable. Bright Aircraft altitude is at. Bright Underlined Applicable when the aircraft is not In-Zone. DIVE (Blinking. Current aircraft heading is within 3° or outside of heading tolerance limits. TRN LEFT (Blinking. ACCEL (Blinking. TRN LEFT Aircraft heading is within 3° to 6° of the right heading tolerance limit for re- (Blinking. or within 500 feet of the maximum altitude for Underlined Video) release. (blank) No weapon launch advisories exist or no selected launch point.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone only. below. below. TRN RIGHT Aircraft heading is within 6° to 9° of the left heading tolerance limit for re- (Blinking Video) lease. TRN RIGHT Aircraft heading is within 3° to 6° of the left heading tolerance limit for re- (Blinking. Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone or In-Zone is achievable.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone Video) only. Bright Aircraft speed is at. or within 0. Bright Aircraft altitude is at. (Turn RIGHT to correct. or within 0.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone only. HDG TOL (Blinking. or within 500 feet of the minimum altitude for Underlined Video) release. HDG TOL (Blinking. Safe Release Advisories: Safe release advisories do not inhibit launch. 1B-52H-34-2-8 WINDOW DISPLAY MODI. (Turn RIGHT to correct. (Turn RIGHT to correct.02 Mach of the minimum Mach for Underlined Video) release. PITCH Aircraft pitch angle and/or pitch rate is too high for safe launch. Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone or In-Zone is achievable. HDG TOL Current aircraft heading is within 6° to 9° of heading tolerance limits.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone Video) only.02 Mach of the maximum Mach for Underlined Video) release. Video) TRN LEFT Aircraft heading is within 6° to 9° of the right heading tolerance limit for re- (Blinking Video) lease. but In-Zone is achievable. T. (Turn LEFT to correct. Current aircraft heading is within 3° to 6° of heading tolerance limits.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone only. Possible collision between weapons and between weapon and aircraft can occur if weapon is launched with a release advisory displayed. LEVL_OFF Aircraft vertical velocity and/or vertical acceleration is too high for safe launch.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone only. (Turn LEFT to correct. Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone or In-Zone is achievable. Bright Aircraft speed is at. Bright Video) lease. but In-Zone is achievable. YAW Aircraft yaw rate is too high for safe launch. but In-Zone is achievable. Aircraft heading is within 3° or outside of the left heading tolerance limit for Bright Underlined release. Bright Video) Applicable when the aircraft is not In-Zone. Aircraft heading is within 3° or outside of the right heading tolerance limit Bright Underlined for release. (Turn LEFT to correct. DECEL (Blinking. TRN RIGHT (Blinking. (blank) No safe release advisories exist or no selected launch point. Figure 1-36 (Sheet 5 of 6) 1-79 . (Blinking Video) Applicable when the aircraft is not In-Zone. ROLL Aircraft roll angle and/or roll rate is too high for safe launch.

FUNCTION FIABLE 15 Seeker Status NO SKR (Reverse The missile mission requires seeker and either a terminal guidance fault ex- Video) ists or the missile has no seeker. (blank) The missile has seeker guidance capability. 16 Countdown/Manual NO Launch Indicator MAN LNCH REQ Manual launch required for missile assigned to current launch point.T. n = TTG to launch ranging from 2 down to 0. MODE Less [AMI] Figure 1-36 (Sheet 6 of 6) 1-80 Change 3 . (Bright Video) COUNTDOWN n In LCD. 1B-52H-34-2-8 PROGRAM DISPLAY (PRGM) (Cont) WINDOW DISPLAY MODI.O. (Bright Video) (blank) Not in LCD and not in manual launch mode or no selected launch point. 17 CLR-D=EXIT DIR TGT NO Displayed when Direct Target mode selected.

O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Normal Aircrew Procedures section II table of contents page GENERAL 2-3 PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES 2-3 BEFORE EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) (RN/N) 2-3 EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) (RN/N) 2-3 AFTER ENGINE START (AIRCRAFT POWER AND COOLING AIR AVAILABLE) 2-7 MISSILE CHECK (RN/N) 2-7 INFLIGHT PROCEDURES 2-9 AFTER TAKEOFF (RN/N) 2-9 MISSILE POWER APPLICATION (N) 2-9 MISSILE TARGETING PROCEDURES (RN-N) 2-10 MISSILE/TARGET ASSIGNMENT (MANUAL TARGETING) PROCEDURES 2-10 DIRECT TARGETING DEFINITION DATA ENTRY PROCEDURES 2-13 LAUNCH PROCEDURES 2-17 MISSILE PREPARATION FOR LAUNCH (RN-N) 2-17 MISSILE LAUNCH PROCEDURES 2-18 BEFORE LAUNCH CHECK (RN) 2-18 AUTOMATIC MISSILE LAUNCH CHECKLIST (RN-N) 2-19 MANUAL MISSILE LAUNCH CHECKLIST (RN-N) 2-20 POST STRIKE/ABORT PROCEDURES 2-22 POST STRIKE/ABORT (RN/N) 2-22 AFTER LANDING PROCEDURES 2-23 GROUND SAFEING PROCEDURES (RN-N) 2-23 2-1/(2-2 blank) . T.

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navigator. Weapon Control Panel: (N) a. Code letters are as follows: (P) pilot. Identification symbols are used after each and Cooling Air Available). Proceed to aircraft EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) checklist (RN/N) EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) (RN/N) NOTE • If any discrepancies are found. align. such as pilot or subsections. except when the entire checklist is accom- DURES. and step 3 for each missile. T. response. AFTER ENGINE START (Power that step. and (RN) radar navigator. WPN JETTISON Switch – Guard closed b. The which code letters appear after each response to in- procedural checklists are grouped in PREFLIGHT dicate which member of the crew is to accomplish PROCEDURES. the relay access door is fastened. Alternate Jettison Control Panel: (N) a. INFLIGHT PROCE. (CP) copilot. Guard closed b. the JASSM SMO must be loaded and selected as the primary SMO in order to power. target. POWER Light – Off 5. 1. range and launch JASSMs. NUCLEAR LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – Guard closed 4. and the pylon is configured for ICSMS. (N) navigator. Change 2 2-3 . Jettison Power & Jettison Control Circuit Breakers – Out 2. notify munitions personnel. PYLON POWER Switch – OFF. LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – Guard closed 3. step 2 for each loaded MAU-12. NOTE [AMI] On missions with mixed weapons loads. Check pylon and HSAB fairings are installed. • Accomplish step 1 for each loaded HSAB. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel: (RN) a. PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES BEFORE EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) (RN/N) 1. and AFTER LANDING PROCEDURES plished by a single crewmember.O. External Heavy Stores Adapter Beam & Pylon General Condition – Checked Check the general condition of the pylon for surface damage. 1B-52H-34-2-8 GENERAL Detailed normal operating procedures for the The step procedures are the call-response type in AGM-158 JASSM are contained in this section.

Leading Edge of Wings – Undamaged b. JASSM Missiles Checked : The following steps should be accomplished for each missile. If undue resistance is encountered when removing a lockpin. MAU-12 (Each missile Loaded Station):1. Inflight Safety Lockout Pin Hole – Bolt and nut installed b. Missile Outer Coating – Undamaged Accept or reject based on mission requirements. cease fur- ther action and call munitions personnel. a. Ground Safety Lock Pin(s) – Removed. Missile Skin – Smooth and undamaged c. c.O. a. d. d. counted. and stowed There should be one pin per missile.3. 1B-52H-34-2-8 EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) (RN/N) (Cont) 2.T. 2. Sensing Switch Plunger – Checked MAU-12 EJECTOR RACK 3. Exhaust Nozzle – Undamaged and unobstructed 2-4 . Sway Braces & Ejector Feet – Seated and locked Check sway brace lockout is tight and both ejector feet are against the missile.

g. Cam lock fastener secure. Tail Fin Assembly – Undamaged and secure f. IR Window – Checked No visible scratches. Umbilical Restraint – Closed. or dirt. cracks. Umbilical Lanyard – Quick release pin inserted in B hole 2-5 . T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 e. j. h.O. Missile 1760 Umbilical Connector – Connected between pylon and missile i. Air Data Probe & Static Port Plate – Checked No dents or obstructions.

O.T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 EXTERIOR INSPECTION (POWER OFF) (RN/N) (Cont) With WIU power applied. 2-6 . extremely high temperatures exist on the air data probe and static port plate.

1B-52H-1-12. the JASSM requires GPS almanac data to be less than two weeks old to be considered valid. [AMI] JASSM SMO – Reload (CF-62) (if required) and checked primary (N) 5.O. EVS. 1. Less [AMI] JASSM SMO – Reload (CF-62. or the GPS IU has not been operated within the last two weeks. This causes the IU to retrieve the almanac data from the GPS receiver.n) (if required) (N) 4. GPS Power – Cycle (if required per Note above) (N) Cycle GPS IU power. 3. GPS Power – On (if required) (N) Apply power to the GPS and GPS IU in accordance with GPS Power Turn-on in OAS. MISSILE LNCH MODE Switch – As briefed (N) 8. PKB KEYS Indication – KEYS PRESENT (N) Ensure keys are validated by observing the PRESENT indication on the PKB. 2. 1B-52H-34-2-8 AFTER ENGINE START (Aircraft Power and Cooling Air Available) MISSILE CHECK (RN/N) NOTE For proper operation. Since the primary source of almanac data for the missile is the B-52 GPS Interface Unit. AND RADAR TURN-ON CHECKLIST of T. Wait a minimum of 12. EVS. 6.O. If the GPS almanac data age is unknown.5 minutes after the receiver indicates tracking of satellites. the crew should ensure that the GPS receiver contains the current almanac data prior to applying missile power (28 vdc #1) to any JASSM missile. which retrieves the data from the GPS receiver’s non-volatile memory. 4. 7. the crew should accomplish steps 1 through 4.O. T. GPS Crypto Keys – Load (if required) (N) Load weekly crypto keys into the IU in accordance with GPS Initialization OAS. 1B-52H-1-12. FRMT-7 – Entered Change 2 2-7 . Simulation Mode (CF-52 or [AMI] CF-51) – Entered (if applicable) (N) The system must be in STRIKE (CF-50) mode to enter simulation mode. This allows the receiv- er to complete the initialization process and store current almanac data in its non-volatile memory. and RADAR TURN-ON CHECKLIST of T.

1B-52H-34-2-8 MISSILE CHECK (RN/N) (CONT) 9. Status windows for each missile will be blank before WIU power is turned ON and. WCP Location/Station (Missile Loaded Stations) – Selected 11. WIU operation on the ground without cooling air being supplied directly to the right wing root is limited to 2 minutes. OAS Power Control Panel MIU/LP & MIU/RP Power Switches – ON Apply WIU power to missile loaded locations.O.T. 10. WCP Weapon Power Switch – OFF 16. will show weapon type as M1 and status of OF (off). OAS Power Control Panel MIU/LP & MIU/RP Power Switches – Off 2-8 . WCP Weapon Power Switch – ON 12. • Due to overheating of the Non-Interruptible Direct Current (NDC) power sup- ply. • To reapply WIU power on the ground without cooling air being supplied to the right wing root. a minimum cool down period (power off) of 20 minutes is required between power applications. WCP Location/Station (Missile Loaded Stations) – Selected 15. while WIU power is ON. Missile Type – Checked (all missiles) 13. WIU & Ejector Faults Not Present – Checked 14.

Missile Status Check: (N) a. 1B-52H-34-2-8 INFLIGHT PROCEDURES AFTER TAKEOFF (RN/N) 1. If the alternate navigation model is commanded as prime during missile alignment. weapon power is removed and a correspond- ing xy:COMM NOGO JASSM master fault is displayed for each missile. NOTE The prime OAS navigation mode must be GPS-aided inertial. d. or free inertial prior to missile power application. c. If icing conditions are encountered prior to 15 minutes of heater operation. in reverse video. Ensure the JASSM heater power is applied (WIU ON) at least 15 minutes prior to launch. transient faults are possible. Doppler-aided inertial. Missile Type – Checked (all missiles) Status windows for each missile will be blank before WIU power is turned ON and. icing can degrade the missile pitot-static sys- tem such that mission failure could occur. while WIU power is ON. [AMI] JASSM SMO – Primary (CF-62x).O. T. WIU & Missile Faults Not Present – Checked Check for missile related faults. b. will show WEAPON TYPE as M1 and WEAPON STATUS of OF (off). OAS Power Control Panel MIU/LP & MIU/RP Power Switches – ON (if required) Applying WIU power (without JASSM weapon power) with the JASSM SMO loaded provides 115 VAC anti-ice heater power to the JASSM. Change 2 2-9 . then a minimum warm- up time of 30 minutes is required prior to launch. is displayed in the Crypto Key Status until validated during initiali- zation. JASSM missile alignment is interrupted. OAS Power Control Panel MIU/LP & MIU/RP Power Switches – ON Ensure WIU power is available to missile loaded locations. 2. FRMT-7 – Entered NO KEYS. Without proper warm-up time. MISSILE POWER APPLICATION (N) 1. if not previously accomplished.

WEAPON STATUS changes from ON to GO. the manual targeting operation is terminated. Weapon Control Panel: a. and is displayed in bright video. Following IBIT. The targeting availability status for each location/station will continue to be displayed. All remaining windows will be blank. When a CF-DE command is entered. 4. WPN PWR Switch – ON The WEAPON TYPE on FRMT-7 shows M1 for the missile and the WEAPON STATUS changes from OF to ON. the automatic targeting process can take up to 24 minutes (2 minutes per missile) and cannot be interrupted. Desired Station(s) – Selected c. Once targeting data has been loaded and verified nn changes to bright underlined video. [AMI] AUTO TGT (CF-58) – Checked ON b. • The manual targeting operation is active from the time that a valid CF-586 com- mand is entered until a CF-DE command is entered or until the manual targeting display is replaced by another display on all MFDs where the manual targeting display is selected. The WEAPON/GPS STATUS changes from WU to BT (IBIT) to IN and then to MG. FRMT-7 – Entered When a missile has been assigned to a launch point number and targeting has been initiated. Desired Location(s) – Selected b. as data input by one oper- ator can be overwritten by the other operator. Mis- sion group number changes from blank to a (where a = A to F). A CF-DD command will not terminate the manual targeting operation. MISSILE/TARGET ASSIGNMENT (MANUAL TARGETING) PROCEDURES NOTE • A CF-DE command can be entered to abandon the manual targeting operation at any time. IBIT will not begin until warmup is complete. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MISSILE POWER APPLICATION (Cont) 3. 2-10 Change 3 . another or the same launch point can be selected for manual targeting by entering a MDFY-1 command and repeating this process. See Section VII for warmup and IBIT times. Section VI. Use caution when modifying the same manual target on multiple screens.O. MISSILE TARGETING PROCEDURES (RN-N) NOTE • Upon completion of missile warm up.T. the status changes from blank to nn (nn = JASSM launch point number 1 to 99). and all associated targeting displays will remain displayed and updated. Missile Auto Targeting – Checked a. Refer to JASSM LOW TEMPERATURE OPERATIONS. When the selected missiles have been targeted following a CF-DD command. • An in depth discussion of missile targeting procedures is contained in Section VII. Data modification will be inhibited. It may take up to 13. • Only one manual targeting process may be active at a time. NOTE Exposure of the JASSM to ambient skin temperatures below –49° F (–45° C) may result in weapon BIT [FAIL] indications and/or missile failures.5 minutes after WIU power application for warmup to complete.

MDFY-1 – Entered Enter MDFY-1 to copy line 1 to the MFD command line for modification. T. CF-DD – Entered If the missile selected is the missile to be targeted enter CF-DD to initiate the transfer of the target- ing data to the selected missiles. 9. all selected weapons will have ranging inhibited. press the ENTER key. and is dis- played in bright video. the CF-586 display will be presented on the selected MFD. 5. 3. and Mission Group identifier. FRMT-12 – Entered Determine if the selected missiles are to receive the targeting data associated with the designated missile launch point and mission group. Location/Station of Missile to be Retargeted – E or 0 entered (as required) Location/Station Selection Status on Missile/Target Assignment Display indicates an E to reflect missile selected and an 0 to reflect missiles not selected. The possible display combinations and the Select/Deselect process are described in Section VII. The video mode of the field indicates the missile’s targeting availability status. using CF-DE.O. The operator should either correct the desired missile entry. nn. MISSILE LNCH MODE Switch – MAN 2. This is done by viewing each location/station displayed in combination with the corresponding missile selection indicator. FRMT-7 – Entered When a missile has been assigned to a JASSM launch point number and retargeting has been initi- ated. until corrected by the operator. The information contained on line 1 will be copied to the MFD command line as: 1 LAUNCH POINT (1 . After the desired data is keyed in. 8. NOTE If more than one weapon is selected. The location and station of each missile that is present will be displayed on MFD. CF-586 – Entered Upon entry of a valid CF-586 command. 7. This status is continually updated while the manual targeting display is present on an MFD. The column locations are assigned from left to right across the screen in the preferred launch sequence (figure 2-1). nn (nn = 01 to 99). a – Entered Key in JASSM Launch Point Number. 2-11 . 4. 1B-52H-34-2-8 1. MDFY-6 – Entered 6. a (a = A to F). & Desired Mission Group Identifier. nn changes to bright underlined video. Desired JASSM Launch Point Number. or leave the CF-586 screen to remove the inhibit. but are highlighted as defined when displayed on the MFD. Once retargeting data has been loaded and verified. the status changes from blank to nn (nn = JASSM launch point number 1 to 99).99) nn MISSION GROUP (A–F) a NOTE Modifiable fields are shown in boldface for convenience. Entry of CF-586 and selection of a JASSM does not prevent that missile from being launched at the target to which it was previously assigned if the missile is in LAR prior to a CF-DD command. Mission group identifier a (where a = A to F) changes to bright video.

T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Missile Preferred Launch Sequence If there is a retained/HUNG center station store. launching/jettisoning an ad- jacent shoulder station may result in a Store-to-Store Contact. When a center station store is retained/HUNG. operators will retain the adjacent shoulder station stores. Figure 2-1 2-12 .

Less [AMI] and Elevation Reference – Entered addomm.mmmm is the target longitude in degrees. 1B-52H-34-2-8 DIRECT TARGETING DATA ENTRY PROCEDURES NOTE • To perform the direct targeting operation. the direct target defi- nition operation is terminated. Use caution when modifying the same direct target on multiple screens. T. Elevation. The targeting availability status for each location/station will continue to be statu- sed. CF-588. longitude. Less [AMI] r is the target elevation reference.n) must be displayed on the selected MFD. a = E for East and W for West.mmmm fffff’ Less [AMI] r NOTE Modifiable fields are shown in boldface for convenience.mmmm is the target latitude in degrees. and Less [AMI] target elevation reference will be dis- played on line 1.mmmm = minutes from 00 to 59 and ten-thousandths of a minute from 0000 to 9999. fffff is the target point elevation in feet (MSL Less [AMI] or HAE). ddd = degrees from West 180 to East 179. When a CF-DE command is entered. 4. The direct target data will not be saved if a CF-DE command is entered. and the speci- fied direct target number will remain displayed on the top of the MFD. and ten-thousandths of a minute. All remaining windows are blanked. 3. mm. MDFY-1 – Entered The information contained on line 1 is copied to the MFD command line as follows: 1 TGT PT addomm.mmmm adddomm. minutes. The previous direct target data is maintained. • Only one direct target may be modified at a time. but are highlighted as defined when displayed on the MFD. Change 3 2-13 . minutes. Input ranges from –328 to 32810 feet. dd = degrees from 0 to 90. 0 represents a measurement of MSL for the target point elevation while 1 indicates HAE. • A CF-DE command can be entered to exit the direct target definition opera- tion without downloading data to the missile at any time prior to entry of a CF-DD command. The entered latitude. the Direct Target Definition Dis- play (CF-588.O. 1. Desired Target Point Latitude. • Performing direct targeting for an already targeted weapon while CDE is in progress will result in a misleading FRMT-7 display. mm.mmmm = minutes from 00 to 59 and ten-thousandths of a minute from 0000 to 9999. Allow the CDE to com- plete. a = N for North and S for South. as data input by one operator can be overwritten by the other operator. MISSILE LNCH MODE Switch – MAN 2. elevation. Longitude. Valid input is 0 or 1. data modification is inhibited. and ten-thousandths of a minute. adddomm.n – Entered n (1 to 6) is the number of the direct target to be defined. then recommand the desired targeting operation after re-powering on the weapon.

The entered fuze mode will be displayed on line 4. The default angle of 60° is displayed prior to operator input. 7. Desired Cruise Altitude – Entered fffff is the desired cruise altitude in feet MSL. The corresponding fuze mode of SOFT or HARD will also be displayed. the resulting display will be 0. NOTE If less than 20 degrees is entered on CF-588. While in SIM mode. 1B-52H-34-2-8 DIRECT TARGETING DATA ENTRY PROCEDURES (Cont) 5. FRMT-12 displays the impact angle actually being used by the missile. MDFY-2 – Entered The information contained on line 2 is copied to the MFD command line as: 2 CRUISE ALT fffff’ 6. Valid input range is from 0 to 45000 ft. The default value of 999 is displayed prior to operator entry. however. if more than 70 degrees is entered on CF-588. dd° is the desired impact angle for the missile. 9. NOTE If 360 is entered by the operator. The default value of 1 will be displayed prior to operator entry. Prior to operator entry the default value of 99999 (representing 15000 ft) is displayed. The entered Range on Bearing and Bearing to Target is displayed on line 2. MDFY-3 – Entered The information contained on line 3 is copied to the MFD command line as: 3 BRNG TO TGT bbb° IMPACT ANGLE dd° 8. The missile will use a built-in maximum value of 70 degrees. Desired BRNG TO TGT & Impact Angle – Entered bbb° is the missile’s Bearing to Target in degrees. The entered cruise altitude is displayed on line 2. the FRMT-12 impact angle displayed is the same as the CF-588 value input. 2-14 . the missile will use a built-in minimum impact angle value of 20 degrees. Valid input range is from 0 (level) to 90 (vertical) degrees. MDFY-4 – Entered The information contained on line 4 is copied to the MFD command line as: 4 FUZE MODE n XXXX 10. The default value indicates the missile will determine it’s bearing to target from the aircraft to the target at time of launch.T. the missile will only use an impact angle ranging from 20 to 70 degrees. Desired Fuze Mode Identifier – Entered n is the missile’s fuze impact setting.O. Valid input range is from 0 to 360 degrees true (0 = North) or 999. Valid inputs for fuze mode are 1 (Soft Impact) and 2 (Hard Impact).

If more than one missile is selected. If fewer missiles were selected than required. MDFY-6 – Entered The information contained on line 6 is copied to the MFD command line. 14. using CF-DE. Missiles – Selected For each missile that is to be selected. until corrected by the operator. The contents of the display will be updated to show which missiles are assigned. Desired Fuze Delay – Entered n is a single digit that corresponds to the VALID ENTRIES MILLISECOND DELAY missile’s fuze delay in milliseconds. The operator should either correct the desired missile entry. Valid input values for fuze delay are 0 through 7. MDFY-5 – Entered The information contained on line 5 is copied to the MFD command line as: 5 FUZE DELAY n (0-7) 12. the difference is displayed in the Missiles Selected window as a negative number in reverse video. the least preferred missiles will be deselected by the SMO to reduce the number of missiles selected to the number of missiles required for the designated target when a CF-DD command is entered. 2 15 3 20 4 30 5 40 6 50 7 120 Select/Deselect Missile(s) to be assigned to the designated target as follows: 13. Selected missiles are not assigned to a direct target until a CF-DD command is entered. and will then be updated to show which missiles are assigned. For each missile that is to be deselected. NOTE If more than one weapon is selected. or leave the CF-586 screen to remove the inhibit. If more missiles are selected than required. overwrite the 0 with an E. the difference is displayed in normal video.O. 0 0 The millisecond delay corresponding to the 1 10 number is listed in the figure to the right. 2-15 . 1B-52H-34-2-8 DIRECT TARGETING DATA ENTRY PROCEDURES (Cont) 11. all selected weapons will have ranging inhibited. The data is updated with a 0 displayed in normal video. overwrite the E with a 0. T.

All modifiable windows and the WPNS TO SELECT window will be blank.T. The location/station of each missile that was not successfully targeted is displayed in reverse video in the appropriate window. 17. The SMO will initiate the transfer of the targeting data to the selected missile. Selected missile is set as untargeted. COMPLT is displayed in normal video. Data modification is inhibited and associated targeting displays will remain displayed and updated as follows: LOADING is displayed in bright blinking video while the data is being downloaded to a missile. The order of selected missiles is based on the preferred launch sequence. NOTE Selected missile will no longer be targeted to its previous target. the data for the designated direct target is saved. NOTE If no missiles are selected and a CF-DD command is entered. The missile will retain the previously selected targeting data. but the direct target will not be defined.O. If the transfer of targeting data to any of the selected missiles completes unsuccessfully: COMPLT is displayed in reverse video and a corresponding advisory/master fault message is displayed to indicate which failure occurred. The location/station of assigned missiles is displayed in bright underline video in the appropriate window. 16. an * will be displayed to the right of the Mission Group Identifier. The targeting availability status for each location/station window will continue to be statused. FRMT-7 – Entered. All remaining windows are blanked out. The specified direct target number will remain displayed. Selected missiles that do not have power applied are assigned but not targeted. as required. if desired The targeting process of each selected missile can be monitored on the FRMT-7 display. Data will remain displayed in all modifiable windows and in the WPNS TO SELECT windows. 1B-52H-34-2-8 DIRECT TARGETING DATA ENTRY PROCEDURES (Cont) 15. enter CF-DD to save the direct target data and initiate the downloading of the targeting data to the selected missile. CF-DD – Entered If no other missile is to be selected. The CF-588 display is updated as follows: If the transfer of targeting data to all selected missiles completes successfully: If direct targeting data is subsequently modified. 2-16 . CF-Dn Direct Target Copy – Entered (if required) Copy direct target information to direct target.

1B-52H-34-2-8 LAUNCH PROCEDURES MISSILE PREPARATION FOR LAUNCH (RN-N) NOTE • These checklists should be completed prior to the HEW. 2-17 .Checked The missile should be powered on and should indicate a GO status. Exterior Lights – As briefed (P) 4. the status displays nn or Dn (nn = JASSM launch point number 1 to 99. Jettison Power & Jettison Control Circuit Breakers – In (RN) 5. or descent (low altitude launch). Cabin Pressurization – COMBAT (if applicable) (CP) 2. • A transfer alignment maneuver is not required for JASSM operation. Personal Locator Beacon Lanyards – Set as briefed (All) 3. Dn = JASSM direct target number D1 to D6). T. c.O. 1. Missile Status . Mission group number displays an a (where a = A to F) in bright video. Missile Targeting . FRMT-7 – Entered b. IP (high altitude launch). Missile Status Check: (N) a. in bright underlined video.Checked A missile has been assigned to a launch point number and targeting has occurred.

1B-52H-34-2-8 MISSILE LAUNCH PROCEDURES BEFORE LAUNCH CHECK (RN) 1. etc. Circuit Breakers – Checked (RN-N) Check all lower deck circuit breakers. If the aircraft was In. If the missile was to fly an In-Range profile. altitude. launch mode.e. 2-18 Change 1 . HAC/LAC – Cross checked B-52 Operators must be aware that the Inertial/GPS aided munitions use the transfer alignment data (latitude. 3. Refer to MAJCOM or Theater specific guidance for degraded weapon release ROE. Missile Launch – Review (All) Review number of missiles and data for each missile including missile location. longitude. NOTE During In-Zone JASSM launch operations. Prime NAV Mode – Selected (RN) 5. This navigation trans- fer applies to a prime navigation model with. Failure to recognize this condition may result in weapons impacting other than the intended target or failing to release due to LAR consid- erations. all preplanned autorouting data would be lost. total time to launch missile. Buffers are not incorporated/ transferred to the Inertial/GPS aided munitions. If there is a retained/HUNG center station store. turn direction. Fuel Transfer – Accomplished (if required) (RN. GPS aiding. it is highly recommended that crews use the AUTO launch feature. Ensure all release associated circuit breakers are in the proper configuration for the planned launch. and egress maneuver. the weapon will fly the planned In-Zone mission. The JASSM SMO incorporates an 8 sec- ond “look back” feature to preclude the system from falling into In-Range (i. launching/jettisoning an ad- jacent shoulder station may result in a Store-to-Store Contact.Zone during the 8 seconds prior to the at or abeam launch point. When a center station store is retained/HUNG.) of the aircraft prime navigation model. if applicable. a heading tolerance problem) just prior to launch. airspeed. 4. as the missile determines it’s own profile.O. operators will retain the adjacent shoulder station stores. run in heading.. MISSILE LNCH MODE Switch – MAN 6. or without.T. altitude. CP) 2.

PRGM – Entered (N) a. In the Automatic launch mode. 11. The time remaining In-Zone will be displayed in the window immediately to the right of the ZONE 00:00. FLY-TO nn – Entered (as required) 6. do not enter PRGM-Dn or CLR-D until the weapon AWAY advisory has been displayed or the launch may be aborted. MISSILE LNCH MODE Switch – AUTO • During a weapon launch. WCP LOCK/UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (RN) 4. and will begin to decrease. 8. Master Fault Light – ON (RN) 3. Egress Maneuver As Briefed – Called after release of the missile (N). Missile Status Indication – xy AWAY xy AWAY is displayed for 5 seconds at the bottom of the MFDs. the planned launch point. TTG-Z – Monitor TTG-Z (Time-To-Go to In-Zone) decreases to zero and changes to ZONE 00:00 in bright under- lined video to indicate the missile is in zone.O. 10. MISSILE LNCH MODE Switch – As required 2-19 . 9. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK/UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (P) 2. Missile Status – GO (N) 7. T.5 seconds maximum from countdown entry to AWAY. the JASSM will begin launch countdown to launch at. Ranging – Monitor Ranging is being performed for the current JASSM launch point. b. 1B-52H-34-2-8 AUTOMATIC MISSILE LAUNCH CHECKLIST (RN-N) 1. Launch Countdown – Monitored (N) NOTE Launch will take 3. or the closest point of approach to. Notify Crew – “Missile Away” (RN) 12. • Switching the MISSILE LNCH MODE switch from AUTO to MAN during the launch countdown may result in an ABORT. Master Fault Light – OFF (RN) 5. Performed (P) 13.

T. TTG-R – Monitor TTG-R (Time-To-Go to In-Range) decreases to zero and changes to RANGE 00:00 in bright under- lined video to indicate the missile is in range. Ranging – Monitor Ranging is being performed on the selected (PGRM or PGRM Dn) JASSM target event. In the Manual launch mode. TTG-Z – Monitor TTG-Z (Time-To-Go to In-Zone) decreases to zero and changes to ZONE 00:00 in bright under- lined video to indicate the missile is in zone. and will begin to decrease. Master Fault Light – ON (RN) 3. Missile Status – GO (N) 7. MISSILE LNCH MODE Switch – MAN 6. • The missile has no waypoint data. Pressing the MAN LNCH switch more than once during step 8 may stop the launch countdown and result in an ABORT. 8. WCP LOCK/UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (RN) 4. c. • The aircraft is beyond the closest point of approach and is still In-Zone. 2-20 . In the Manual launch mode. Master Fault Light – OFF (RN) 5. Launch Countdown – Monitored (N) NOTE Launch will take 3. b. 9.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MANUAL MISSILE LAUNCH CHECKLIST (RN-N) NOTE Manual Launch is required if: • The missile is targeted to a Direct Target. The time remaining In Zone will be displayed in the window immediately to the right of the ZONE 00:00. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK/UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (P) 2. PRGM/PRGM Dn – Entered (N) a. MISSILE MAN LNCH Switch – Pressed During a weapon launch. and will begin to decrease. The time remaining In Range will be displayed in the window immediately to the right of the RANGE 00:00. 1. do not enter PRGM-Dn or CLR-D until the weapon AWAY advisory has been displayed or the launch may be aborted. JASSM launch of a GO missiles can be commanded upon entering ZONE 00:00.5 seconds maximum from countdown entry to AWAY. JASSM launch of a GO missile can be commanded upon entering RANGE 00:00.

Performed (P) 2-21 .O. Missile Status Indication – xy AWAY xy AWAY is displayed for 5 seconds at the bottom of the MFDs. 11. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MANUAL MISSILE LAUNCH CHECKLIST (RN-N) (Cont) 10. Egress Maneuver As Briefed – Called after release of missile (N). Notify Crew – “Missile Away” (RN) 12. T.

CF-575 – Entered b. CLSF Data Erase Question – Answer YES A CDE COMPLT ([AMI] JASSM CDE COMPLT) message will be displayed below each missile on FRMT-7 and at the bottom of the MFD when classified data erase is complete. alignment status and targeting status should be blank. • The MASTER CAUTION light will come on and remain on any time there is a disagreement between the pilot and navigator unlock switches. delay step 11 until after landing. 1B-52H-34-2-8 POST STRIKE/ABORT PROCEDURES POST STRIKE/ABORT (RN/N) NOTE • Accomplish the following for mission abort when no further launches are to be attempted.O.T. NOTE If any JASSM remains aboard. Missiles will be automatically powered off. Weapon Control Panel LOCK/UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (RN) 2. MISSILE LNCH MODE Switch – MAN 6. Missile Status – Checked Missile status should change to OF. Classified Data Erase (CF-575): a. 10. 11. but is not hung. 1. Munitions Consent Panel LOCK/UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (P) 4. Master Fault Light – ON (RN) 3. MIU Power Switches – OFF 2-22 Change 2 . FRMT-7 – Entered 8. LP & RP Location & ALL Station – Selected 9. Master Fault Light – OFF (RN) 5. Jettison Power & Jettison Control Circuit Breakers – Out (RN) 7.

missile release system safeing procedures must be accom- plished by the navigator and radar navigator using the following checklist. Do not apply power until ground safety lockpins are installed. MAU-12 Ground Safety Lockpin(s) – Installed 2-23/(2-24 blank) . T. NOTE If missiles are retained on the aircraft and qualified maintenance personnel are not available. Con- tacting these hot spots with unprotected skin should be avoided. Required cool down time is comparable to that for the aircraft pitot tubes. 1.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 AFTER LANDING PROCEDURES GROUND SAFEING PROCEDURES (RN-N) Flight crew will notify ground crew personnel and will use caution regarding potential hot spots on the missile at the air data probe and static plate.

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DANGEROUS MATERIALS 3-6 FIREFIGHTING AND EVACUATION CRITERIA 3-7 INTRODUCTION Emergency procedures listed in this section are spe. and proceed as directed. until after landing. if possible. When a JASSM is retained/HUNG it should ty. if necessary. NOTE cific to the JASSM. T. it should be peri- JETTISON checklists. if not jettisoned. If contact be monitored visually. If a weapon malfunction or air- craft emergency occurs. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Emergency Aircrew Procedures section III table of contents page INTRODUCTION 3-1 MISSILE JETTISON 3-2 SELECTIVE JETTISON USING THE WCP/SMO 3-3 SELECTIVE JETTISON USING THE AJCP 3-4 EMERGENCY JETTISON 3-5 NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES . until jetti- cannot be made and jettison is required.O. The JASSM jettison envelope odically monitored visually (when possible) is contained in Section V. 3-1 . see MISSILE soned or. contact a command authori.

T. operators will retain the adjacent shoulder station stores. launching/jettisoning an ad- jacent shoulder station may result in a Store-to-Store Contact. Figure 3-1 3-2 .O. When a center station store is retained/HUNG. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MISSILE JETTISON Missile Preferred Jettison Sequence If there is a retained/HUNG center station store.

launching/jettisoning an adjacent shoulder station may result in a Store-to-Store Contact. 4. actuation of Weapon Control Panel Jettison Select switch while the aircraft is on the ground will result in jettison of the selected weapon(s). if necessary (P) 3. T. Missiles will be automatically powered off. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (P) 9. Classified Data Erase (CF-575): a. OAS Master Power – ON (N) 5. WCP Jettison Select Switch – Select (1 second) (RN) 16. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (P) 20. • If there is a retained/HUNG center station store. 6. Impact Area – Cleared (P-CP-RN) Clear area visually and/or by radar to the maximum extent possible. Location & Station Switches (Weapon(s) To Be Jettisoned) – Selected (RN) 13. Command Authority – Contacted.O. Master Fault Light – OFF (RN) 12. Location & Station (Weapon(s) To Be Jettisoned) – Selected (RN) 15. and power applied to the OAS and the WIU. Processors – Loaded (N) NOTE The OAS and the JASSM SMO must be loaded ([AMI] as the primary SMO) and operating to enable jettison. operators will retain the adjacent shoulder station stores. Master Fault Light – ON (RN) 19. Crew – Alerted (RN) 2. MIU Power Switches – ON (pylon location of weapon(s) to be jettisoned) (RN) 8. Master Fault Light – ON (RN) 10. [AMI] JASSM SMO – Primary (CF-62x) (N) 7. 14. WCP Nuclear LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (RN) 18. 1B-52H-34-2-8 SELECTIVE JETTISON USING THE WCP/SMO • The weapon SMO has no interlocks preventing jettison on the ground. CLSF Question – Answer YES A CDE COMPLT ([AMI] JASSM CDE COMPLT) message will be displayed below each weapon on FRMT-7 and at the bottom of the MFD when classified data erase is complete. NOTE Selective jettison using the WCP is the preferred method of jettison when OAS is loaded and operating with the weapon SMO loaded [AMI] as the pri- mary SMO. CF-575 – Entered b. Master Fault Light – OFF (RN) Change 2 3-3 . 1. When a center station store is retained/HUNG. With unlock consent. WCP Nuclear LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (RN) 11. Jettison Monitored – Weapon(s) AWAY (RN) 17.

Command Authority – Contacted. if necessary (P) 3. An uncommanded EED power available fault will be displayed by OAS. WCP Nuclear LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (RN) 11. Crew – Alerted (RN) 2. WCP Nuclear LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (RN) 7. will be on while the PYLON POWER Switch is in the left or right position. JET. Impact Area – Cleared (P-CP-RN) Clear area visually and/or by radar to the maximum extent possible. will be on while the JETTISON Switch is in the left or right position.T. Master Fault Light – ON (RN) 6. the WIU will be powered off by the OAS. • If there is a retained/HUNG center station store. 1. 9. 10. AJCP Pylon Power Switch (Location Of Weapon To Be Jettisoned) – LEFT or RIGHT selected (N) POWER and STORES jettison light. and power applied to the aircraft. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (P) 5. operators will retain the adjacent shoulder station stores.O. Master Fault Light – OFF (RN) 3-4 Change 2 . actuation of AJCP switches while on the ground will result in weapon jettison. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (P) 13. With unlock consent. Master Fault Light – ON (RN) 12. PWR. launching/jettisoning an adjacent shoulder station may result in a Store-to-Store Contact. When a center station store is retained/HUNG. • If AJCP jettisons are commanded with OAS loaded and operating with the weapon SMO loaded and the WIU(s) powered. 4. AJCP JETTISON Station Select Switch (Weapon To Be Jettisoned) – Actuated (N) POWER and STORES jettison light. NOTE • Selective jettison using the WCP is the preferred method of jettison if the OAS is loaded and operating with the weapon SMO loaded [AMI] as the primary SMO. 1B-52H-34-2-8 SELECTIVE JETTISON USING THE AJCP • The AJCP has no interlocks preventing jettison on the ground. Master Fault Light – OFF (RN) 8.

• If there is a retained/HUNG center station store. all GWD weapons and.Pressed (momentarily) (P) NOTE After weapons have been released perform the following. • The JASSM SMO has no interlocks preventing jettison on the ground. 1. Crew – Alerted (RN) 2. Master Fault Light – OFF (RN) 13. and operating to enable jettison. with OAS operating and MIUs/WIUs powered. If jettison is commanded using the pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Control switch. T. Jettison Control & Jettison Power Circuit Breakers (2) – Out (RN/N) Change 3 3-5 . Master Fault Light – ON (RN) 17. OAS Master Power – ON (N) 6. 14. Processors – Loaded (N) NOTE The OAS and the JASSM SMO must be loaded. if necessary (P) 3. WCP Nuclear LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (RN) 12. Command Authority – Contacted.Weapons AWAY (RN) 15.O. When a center station store is retained/HUNG. WCP Nuclear LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (RN) 16. Jettison Monitored . 1B-52H-34-2-8 EMERGENCY JETTISON • The pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Control switch jettisons all GWD and active/primary SMO controlled weapons loaded on the aircraft and will only be used as a backup to jettison by the Radar Navigator. [AMI] JASSM SMO – Primary (CF-62x) (N) 8. operators will retain the adjacent shoulder station stores. [AMI] as the primary SMO. Impact Area – Cleared (P-CP-RN) Clear area visually and/or by radar to the maximum extent possible. MIU Power Switches – ON (pylon location of weapon(s) to be jettisoned) (RN) 9. actuation of the pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile jettison control switch while on the ground will result in weapon jettison. Master Fault Light – ON (RN) 11. 4. Master Fault Light – OFF (RN) 19. 7. Jettison Control & Jettison Power Circuit Breakers (2) – In (RN/N) 5. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – LOCK (P) 18. Pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Switch . With unlock consent and power applied to the OAS and the WIU. launching/jettisoning an adjacent shoulder station may result in a Store-to-Store Contact. all active/primary SMO con- trolled weapons will be jettisoned. Proper separation clearance between weap- ons and between weapons and aircraft cannot be ensured. Pilot’s Munitions Consent Panel LOCK-UNLOCK Switch – UNLOCK (P) 10.

cations are as follows: in the aircraft commander’s judgment. corrosive. approach control. He will comply with applicable backup and emergency inflight no- DEFINITION OF TERMS tification procedures. It is the responsibility of the major command con. DOT class of dangerous ble distance. classes of dangerous materials. would inter- fere with operational necessity or flight safety. or other agency specified in high explosive equivalent) weight of explosive sub. rescue. request isolated parking. and/or material aboard. between firefighters. ‘‘NEW’’ four zero pounds. • Firefighting Time: A period that begins when BACKUP NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES the material becomes enveloped in flames and ter- minates when the material can be expected to deto. withdrawal distance and firefighting time (if as- signed). of intended landing by priority telephone and pro- vide tactical call sign. and refuse to accept any ATC clearance that. They define and quantities (if applicable). ments. nuclear. DOD class cerned to ensure that all required information is 7. transmitted to departure and destination (primary/ 3 minutes. all DOT Class A and Class B explosives on board). deflagrate. marks’’ section of the DD Form 175 or ‘‘Other Infor- logically infective or any other material that (be. four zero zero zero feet. request for special handling (if required). areas. plan flight routes to avoid overflight of heavily populated or otherwise critical Definitions of some of the terms used in communi. explosive. unduly magnetic. DOT Class A explosives. the applicable FLIP announcing that he has dan- stances contained within a munition/weapon to be gerous material and to verify receipt of arrival noti- used when applying quantity – distance criteria or fication. NEW (total weight in pounds of (fire/detonation).’’) 3-6 . ETA. or bio. DOD quantity-distance class nonessential personnel and the site of the accident (when applicable).’’ ‘‘Inert Devices. properties. For • Dangerous Materials: Any material that is each flight ‘‘Dangerous Cargo. the aircraft commander will contact the base • Withdrawal Distance: The minimum permissi. the area of operation. mation’’ section of the DD Form 1801 (ICAO Flight cause of its quantity.O. cal) before the ETA. 1B-52H-34-2-8 NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES – AIRCRAFT COMMANDER’S RESPONSIBILITIES DANGEROUS MATERIALS The aircraft commander must ensure that his crew Procedures for alerting the fire department and members thoroughly understand the operational other base support elements for aircraft carrying mission requirements and procedures governing the dangerous materials are as follows: dangerous materials to be airlifted. If advance notice has not been received. inert devices (when applicable) and line numbers ing dangerous materials in transit. radioactive. toxic. ETA – 1200Z. quest that the information stated in backup notifi- cation procedures. or begin burning. re- other standards. be relayed to the military base NORMAL NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES operations or civil airport manager to pass to appro- priate base support elements (Example: ‘‘Bird 51.’’ or both (as appropriate) will be entered in the ‘‘Re- flammable. Please relay immediately adequate preparation before the departure/arrival to fire department and other base support ele- of aircraft carrying dangerous materials.T. • Department of Transportation (DOT) Classifica. If the ETE is less than 1 hour or if other known cir- nate. • Inert Devices: Devices containing no dangerous INFLIGHT NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES material but closely resembling nuclear or explosive At least 30 minutes (or as soon thereafter as practi- items that are classified as dangerous. tions: Classifications established by DOT for handl. control tow- • Net Explosive Weight (NEW): The actual (or er. the aircraft commander will contact the base operations dispatcher. an oxidizing agent. without protective barricades. four each M- alternate) bases far enough in advance to ensure XXX bombs in bomb bay. cumstances will preclude timely receipt of informa- tion. or packaging) may Plan) unless prohibited by regulations governing endanger human life or property.

This precludes de- aircraft. or both between +45 seconds and applicable. and including the under a set of circumstances wherein it is impossi- amount of fuel remaining.O. bombs. specific item by item firefighting and with- drawal times cannot be determined with any degree If inert devices are carried. forward section of and environmental conditions. if necessary.e. inert cargo in bomb bay of air- drawal times. tion of case thickness and type of explosive filler apply emergency procedures accordingly. bomb. T. 1B-52H-34-2-1 When aircraft must land at a CONUS civil airport • CBUs: See T. if reliable specific item firefighting and withdrawal explosives become enveloped in flames. detonation times. record AGM-158 data. 10. BLUs. withdrawal time assigned to items which do not align into one of the family groups mentioned above. identifying the devices as inert. ists within 45 seconds and a major hazard to envi- ronment and firefighting capability exists after 1 Aircraft Ditching/Abandonment minute. Normally.000 gallons fuel remaining. 1 and 2 engines shut down.. The aircrew form the appropriate Air Traffic Control Facility of should be thoroughly familiar with these instruc- the nature of the emergency. the radio call will be of reliability. 60 ble to know immediately the specific missile. ap- for family groups only. as tions. six personnel. four zero pounds of DOT class A explosives. ply emergency procedures accordingly. missile. the information as stated in backup no- tification procedures. Such information is abso- No. Approach the fire. similar to inflight emergency notification proce- dures (world wide). There is no specific ties. (Example: ‘‘Bird 51. 1B-52H-34-2-8 INFLIGHT EMERGENCY NOTIFICATION PROCEDURES FIREFIGHTING AND EVACUATION (WORLD WIDE) CRITERIA Under inflight emergency conditions or for un. the aircraft commander will in. six personnel for- lutely essential for specific firefighting and with- ward compartment. will be utilized in all instances. (Example: ‘‘Bird 51. Since the circumstances of a fire cannot be pre- Inert Devices dicted.’’) which can be varied by environmental conditions. The conclusion to be reached from available may be expected after 3 minutes. No. practicable. aircraft fire involving munitions occurs that they present no hazard. 60 miles Aircraft fires involving conventional munitions can- east of intended landing base – Nest AFB. See figure 3-2 for specific If the aircraft must be ditched or abandoned. or BLU model number. withdrawal dis- data is that a munitions reaction to fire is a func- tance is 2000 feet. from the side of the aircraft. A propulsion hazard (missile flight) ex- Flight Service Station. take if munitions are involved in a fire. miles east of intended landing base – Next AFB.000 gallons of fuel remaining.’’) etc. will be furnished to the nearest FAA 2 minutes. i. CONUS Civil Airports • Bombs: See T.O. 10. These emergency procedures consist of actions to scheduled landings. his intentions. Fire Fighting and Evacuation Criteria WITHDRAWAL DISTANCE (FT) FIRE NOMENCLATURE NONESSENTIAL PERSONNEL SYMBOL AGM-158A 4000 1 Figure 3-2 3-7/(3-8 blank) . and. have dangerous cargo in bomb bay of air- velopment of reliable standardized test criteria and craft.O. these times are presented craft. Therefore. detonation. 1 not be definitized to any one set of circumstances and 2 engines out. information in inflight • Missiles: Missiles normally react in a propul- emergency notification procedures (world wide). no hazard. as sion. 1B-52H-34-2-1 which has no control tower. The firefighting guidance provided in AFI 91-201 doned cargo for later use by appropriate authori. the coordinates and descriptive location of aban.

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Due to RF hazards when TM power is ap- sion Menu is displayed. and display the The TIK consists of the following major components: advisory Less [AMI] LOC/STA??. reload the scription of each failure and the corresponding cor- SMO first. JASSM SMO FLIGHT TEST SOFTWARE If a CF-57A command is accepted. T. if no location/station(s) have been se- • Transponder lected on the WCP or PCP/WCP backup. The actual status of the internal battery power. safe & arms. receivers. JASSM SUPERVISION MENU (CF-57) The JASSM Supervision Menu commanded by CF-57 is shown in Figure 1-18.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Supplementary Data section IV table of contents page TEST INSTRUMENTATION KIT (TIK) 4-1 JASSM SMO FLIGHT TEST SOFTWARE COMMANDS 4-1 TEST INSTRUMENTATION KIT (TIK) TELEMETRY POWER ON COMMAND (CF-57A) (TEST ONLY) The TIK is a limited use package installed only for use on designated flight test ranges. If it becomes necessary to reload the [AMI] JASSM LOC/STA??. CF-57A command to enable telemetry power. When the JASSM Supervi. will be displayed. dis- play the command in reverse video. the TM and/or FTS may transition to missiles status. Change 3 4-1 . battery packs) power is already ON. The SMO will retain a valid • Antennas Telemetry Power On command for a selected weap- • Sensors on that does not have power applied. logic units. plied. the JASSM Su- pervision Menu (CF-57) also identifies other SMO commands not identified on other JASSM displays. It provides te. The control function commands that are unique to the SMO are of the form CF-57x. In addition to identifying the CF-57x commands. the current SMO mode is dis. where x repre- sents any of several alphanumeric characters that may or may not be followed by a comma and addi- tional alphanumeric characters. Re-applying missile missile may or may not be the same. and the Weapon Supervision Menu (CF-5). [AMI] JASSM • Telemetry package LOC/STA??. ensure personnel avoid the TM an- played just as on the Control Function Menu (CF-) tenna area by at least two feet. but the selected COMMANDS weapon(s) cannot be accessed (for example: weapon NOTE not present). A de- JASSM SMO and mission data. not the down. The SMO • Flight Termination System (FTS) will ignore a CF-57A command to enable telemetry power for each selected weapon where telemetry (Destruct ring. rective action is listed in figure 7-20. The command • Missile aft bottom cover (TIK cover assembly) will be processed for the selected weapon after the weapon is powered on. power will automatically power off the TM/ FTS battery. the advisory Less [AMI] LOC/STA??. The SMO will reject a case of range footprint limitations being exceeded. NOTE NOTE If either TM or FTS is commanded on and The displayed status of CF-57 commands is the missile has an uncommanded power the commanded state in the OAS. The JASSM Super- vision Menu displays the control function com- mands of this form that are accepted by the SMO and the function commanded by each. Operator entry of CF-57A will result in enabling lemetry of the missile in-flight data parameters and the Telemetry (TM) Radio Frequency (RF) trans- provides for destructive flight termination in the mitter for selected weapon(s).

1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Telemetry Antenna Figure 4-1 4-2 .T.O.

FTS ENABLE/DISABLE COMMAND (CF-57C.xy. • Weapon is not present at selected station.xy) (OTL ONLY) For Operational Test Launch (OTL) missions. Operator entry of CF-57D will result in FTS power source being toggled between aircraft (carrier) pow- If a CF-57B command is accepted. The SMO will also reject a CF-57C. If the command is entered while FTS En. 3. the advisory Less [AMI] LOC/STA??. display the command in reverse video. down. Change 3 4-3 . command and display the command in reverse vid- [AMI] JASSM LOC/STA??. 6. or 8. The SMO will re. The FTS default power source for an enabled weap- on is aircraft power. except for a normal the selected weapon. if no location/station has been video if any of the following conditions exist: selected on the WCP or PCP/WCP backup. will result in the Flight Ter. the JASSM SMO will automatically command TM and Operator entry of CF-57C. FTS POWER SOURCE COMMAND (CF-57D) (OTL ONLY) The command will be processed for the selected weapon after the weapon is powered on. 2. FTS battery. The char. Re-applying missile reject a CF-57C. eo. will be displayed. 3. The numbers represent the se. FTS will be- come disabled for the selected weapon. able is active for the selected weapon. including removal from internal bat- valid location/station. scription of each failure and the corresponding cor- rective action is listed in figure 7-20. The FTS default state is disabled. and dis. • Another weapon has FTS enabled. telemetry power is already OFF. However. but the selected er and the missile’s battery power for the missile weapon(s) cannot be accessed (for example: weapon with FTS enabled. The SMO will ignore a CF-57B command to disable te.O. 3. ing conditions exist: • Location entered is other than A (left pylon) or C (right pylon). 7. the advisory LOC/STA?? will be dis- Operator entry of CF-57B will result in disabling played. 2. and TM and FTS be manually com- safety risk. 7. The SMO will reject a CF-57D not present). tain a valid Telemetry Power Off command for a se- lected weapon that does not have power applied. 1B-52H-34-2-8 TELEMETRY POWER OFF COMMAND (CF-57B) If a CF-57C.xy command is accepted. A description of each failure and the corre- the TM RF transmitter for selected weapon(s). • Carrier mission is not live launch with Telem- etry (TIK) package. The FTS Enable is a test com. 7 or 8. A single valid NOTE location and station is selected on an IKB by entering A or C followed by a number 1. A de. The sponding corrective action is listed in figure 7-20. • Location entered is not A or C. • Weapon is not operational selected station. where xy represents a FTS power off. [AMI] disable FTS and display the command in reverse JASSM LOC/STA??. lemetry power OFF for each selected weapon where • Station number entered is not 1. the TM and/or FTS may transition to lected station on the identified pylon. if no location/station has FTS enabled. prior to removing initialization power mination System (FTS) being enabled/disabled for from the weapon in all cases. 2. T. or 8.xy command to enable FTS and dis. it is recommended that mand that allows the operator to terminate a weapon FTS power source be manually commanded to air- test flight if it is determined the weapon is posing a craft power. 6. manded off prior to weapon power down. The SMO will internal battery power. SMO will reject a CF-57B command to disable pow- er. launch sequence. • Station number entered is not 1. 6. tery power. If either TM or FTS is commanded on and acters “A” and “C” represent the left or right pylon the missile has an uncommanded power location respectively.xy command to play the advisory Less [AMI] LOC/STA??. power will automatically power off the TM/ play the command in reverse video if any of the follow. but the selected (TEST ONLY) weapon(s) cannot be accessed (for example: weapon not present).

xy while Transfer Align.xy command to de. 6. 6. 7. 3.O. location/station. • Weapon has a permanent fatal fault. • Weapon is not present at selected station. 3. 3. • Station number entered is other than 1. 3. • Location entered is other than A (left pylon) • Station number entered is other than 1. A single valid location and station is represent the left or right pylon location respective- selected by IKB entry. a number 1. 1B-52H-34-2-8 TRANSFER ALIGNMENT (TXA) HALT COMMAND TRANSFER ALIGNMENT (TXA) RE-INIT COMMAND (CF-57E. where xy represents a ment (TXA) Halt is inactive. TXA Halt will become inactive for the se. Operator entry of CF-57F. 2. respectively. 2. 6. The SMO will reject a CF-57E. The characters A and C lected weapon. The SMO will reject a CF-57F. will result in the rein- valid location/station.xy com. The command will be processed for the se- verse video if any of the following conditions exist: lected weapon after the weapon is powered on. where xy represents a single valid location/station. The SMO will retain a valid TXA Halt command for a selected weapon that does not have power ap- plied. A single valid location and station tered while TXA Halt is active for the selected is selected on an IKB by entering A or C followed by weapon. will result in the weapon ig. • Carrier mission is not captive carry. or 8 are used on the IKB to enter the selected station on the iden. 7 or 8.T. initialize TXA and display the command in reverse mand to activate TXA Halt and display the com. 6. 3. 7 or 8. The numbers represent the selected station on on the IKB to enter the left or right pylon location the identified pylon. or C (right pylon). for a selected weapon that does not have power ap- activate TXA Halt and display the command in re. • Weapon has a permanent fatal fault. 2. The SMO will retain a valid TXA Re-Init command The SMO will also reject a CF-57E. 4-4 . 6. 2. • Carrier mission is not captive carry. video if any of the following conditions exist: mand in reverse video if any of the following condi- tions exist: • Location entered is other than A (left pylon) or C (right pylon). The numbers 1.xy. The letters A and C are used ly. 7 or 8. The command will be processed for the se- lected weapon after the weapon is powered on.xy) (CAPTIVE CARRY ONLY) (CF-57F.xy) (CAPTIVE CARRY ONLY) Operator entry of CF-57E. itialization of missile transfer alignment for that noring transfer alignment. • Weapon is not present at selected station. If the command is en.xy command to re- tified pylon. 7 or 8. • Station number entered is not 1. 2. plied. • Location entered is other than A (left pylon) or C (right pylon).

1B-52H-34-2-8 Operating Limitations section V table of contents page WING FLUTTER AIRSPEED LIMITATIONS 5-1 JASSM ANTI-ICE OPERATION 5-1 JASSM JETTISON AND LAUNCH ENVELOPE 5-1 JASSM LAUNCH OR JETTISON WITH OPEN BAY DOORS 5-1 JASSM SAFE SEPARATION AND DECONFLICTION 5-2 WING FLUTTER AIRSPEED LIMITATIONS JASSM JETTISON AND LAUNCH ENVELOPES JASSM Jettison and Launch envelopes are shown The wing flutter airspeed limitations when carrying in figure 5-1. Operators must be familiar with all as- should be avoided.O. reflect a vari- power may be removed during flight when required. T. JASSM LAUNCH OR JETTISON WITH OPEN If flight through icing conditions with MIU BOMB BAY DOORS power off is unavoidable. mach however it should be re-applied as soon as practical. gross weight. re-apply MIU power for a minimum of 30 minutes prior In an emergency. JASSMs are contained in T. The pilot’s Bomb Bay & missile Jettison control switch jettisons all weapons loaded on the aircraft. attempted with the bomb bay doors open. consideration should be given to possible aircraft damage due to a weapon to aircraft impact. Section V. flight through icing tion. MIU power for missile heaters should be applied to all missiles for a minimum of 15 minutes prior to • The JASSM jettison and launch envelope weapon release or entering icing conditions. 5-1 . however. detailed in figure 5-1. MIU limits. number. and carriage posi- When heater power is off.O. If jettison is commanded using this switch. JASSM ANTI-ICE OPERATION JASSMs are equipped with anti-ice heaters on both • Launch or jettison of an AGM-158 in excess the air data probe and the flush static port. the bomb bay doors will open and would likely result in aircraft/JASSM collision during jettison. Release of JASSM with the bomb bay doors open may result in damage to the aircraft. pects of the jettison and launch envelopes and use care when operating near the pe- rimeters of the envelope.1B-52H-1. able relationship between altitude. Planned release of JASSM is not authorized with the bomb bay doors open. craft. Power of the speeds shown in figure 5-1 may result to the anti-ice heaters is automatically applied in collision between the JASSM and the air- whenever the SMO is loaded and MIU power is on. launch or jettison of JASSM may be to release.

To further ensure safe separation. However. main- tain 100 feet minimum vertical separation below Deconfliction reduces the possibility of an in-flight the aircraft’s altitude at release until lateral sepa- collision between the JASSM and the aircraft dur. is retained/HUNG. When a center station store tainty) below the launch altitude. The interference boundary is defined as • Achieve a minimum lateral separation of 1000 a four foot envelope around the fuselage.O. such a scenario does exist. launch advisories • Achieve a minimum vertical separation of 100 will be issued when the required aircraft flight pa. en. refer to PGRM Weapon crossing the aircraft’s flight path. through the aircraft’s altitude at release. the aircraft such that no portion of the weapon penetrates a determined interference boundary of the aircraft and/or remaining suspension systems To avoid conflict with the aircraft. wings. • The JASSM does not eject any items during Modification of waypoint information and desired and after separation until the weapon has achieved safe clearance from the aircraft. ing separation and the JASSM’s flight to the first 5-2 . when ture during all releases (launch or jettison). ration of 1000 feet is reached. If this scenario does not exist. the JASSM will: and stores. Launch Advisories in Section VII. operators will retain the • The heading command is biased by three de- adjacent shoulder station stores. the following operations take place: • The latitude and longitude of the first waypoint are adjusted to create an offset of 1400 feet (1000 feet requirement + 400 feet navigation If there is a retained/HUNG center station uncertainty) normal to the computed azimuth. • When crossing the aircraft’s flight path. launching/jettisoning an adjacent • The altitude command is set at least 500 feet shoulder station may result in a Store-to. then no special considerations are neces- • The JASSM normally maintains a minimum sary to ensure the weapon does not penetrate the of two inches clearance from adjacent stores/struc. (100 feet requirement + 400 feet navigation uncer- Store contact. feet below the aircraft’s altitude at release before rameters are exceeded. which is assumed to continue on its flight path at release. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM SAFE SEPARATION AND waypoint. store. before climbing gines. to the right of the aircraft. and tail during launch and jettison.T. At launch detection. keep out zone around the aircraft. feet. grees. heading is necessary to avoid an impending flight • The JASSM has positive movement away from path conflict with the aircraft. weapon flight path DECONFLICTION criteria are evaluated to determine if the direction toward the first waypoint is within three degrees of The MAU-12 ejector rack imparts a safe separation the horizontal flight path and if the altitude of the velocity to the JASSM to allow the weapon to meet first waypoint requires the weapon to climb the following safe separation requirements: through the launch altitude.

00 True Mach Number B46518 Figure 5-1 (Sheet 1 of 4) 5-3 .60 0.35 0.25 0.75 0.0 AS KI 40 10 3 90 Jettison 5 Only 0 0. 45 0.50 0. T.20 0.84 Indicated Mach N umber 0.81 Indicated Mach Num ber 40 Top View AS Lb 35 KI 0 00 1 17 0.90 0. 0 00 30 8.30 0. t ff e 48 Bu 25 Launch And ed Jettison ow A ll 0. Pressure Altitude − 1000 Feet 20 Lb 0 30 00 Lb 0.O.85 0. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Jettison and Launch Envelopes STATIONS L1 and R3 50 Launch And Jettison Prohibited 45.000 Ft.45 Indicated Mach Number 20 um x im Launch And Ma Jettison 15 AS Lb I Prohibited K 00 0 34 0 .65 0.45 0.95 1.80 0.15 0.70 0.55 0.40 0.

45 Indicated Mach Number 20 An c h on um u n ti s t e d L a J et h ib i x im o AS Pr Ma 15 KI Lb 3 40 00 0 .40 0.O.90 0.00 True Mach Number B46517 Figure 5-1 (Sheet 2 of 4) 5-4 .20 0.000 Ft.25 0.45 0.85 0.15 0.95 1.80 0. T.50 0.84 Indicated Mach Number 40 Top View AS Lb 35 KI 0 00 1 17 0.65 0. Pressure Altitude − 1000 Feet 20 Lb 0 30 00 Lb 0.60 0.30 0.0 AS KI 40 10 3 90 Jettison 5 Only 0 0.70 0.75 0.35 0. t ff e 48 Bu 25 Launch And ed Jettison ow d A ll 0. 45 0. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Jettison and Launch Envelopes (Cont) STATIONS L8 and R6 50 Launch And Jettison Prohibited 45.55 0. 0 00 30 8.

65 0. L7 and R1.40 0.80 0. R2.20 0.85 0.70 0. T.45 Indicated Mach Number 20 um x im Launch And Ma 15 Jettison Lb Prohibited 00 0 .75 0.30 0.95 1.000 Ft.35 0. 1B-52H-34-2-8 STATIONS L2. R7 50 Launch And Jettison Prohibited 45.45 0. Pressure Altitude − 1000 Feet Lb 20 Lb 0 0 30 00 00 8. 0. 48 30 t ff e Bu 25 Launch And ed M I = 0.81 Jettison 340 KIAS ow A ll 0.55 0.0 AS KI 40 10 0 39 Jettison 5 Only 0 0.50 0.90 0.60 0.00 True Mach Number B46519 Figure 5-1 (Sheet 3 of 4) 5-5 . 45 0. L3.84 Indicated Mach Number 40 Top View AS Lb 35 KI 0 00 1 17 0.15 0.O.25 0.

60 0.95 1.30 0. Pressure Altitude − 1000 Feet 20 Lb 0 30 Lb 00 0.55 0. 0 00 30 8.00 True Mach Number B46520 Figure 5-1 (Sheet 4 of 4) 5-6 .O.45 Indicated Mach Number 20 um x im Launch And Ma 5 Jettison Lb Prohibited AS 00 KI 0 .0 3 AS 36 KI 40 10 3 90 Jettison 5 Only 0 0.70 0.25 0.80 0.75 0.84 Indicated Mach Number 40 Top View AS Lb 35 KI 0 00 1 17 0.15 0.T.20 0. t 48 ff e Bu 25 340 KIAS Launch And ed M I = 0.85 0.65 0.000 Ft.40 0.81 Jettison ow A ll 0.45 0.50 0. 45 0. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Jettison and Launch Envelopes (Cont) STATIONS L6 and R8 50 Launch And Jettison Prohibited 45.90 0.35 0.

desired tar- tive operational use of a weapon system. weapon fusing and Bomb Impact As. delivery air.O. and specification and eval- precision terminal guidance to engage heavily de. These weapons require the mis- sion planner to provide both the routing and target. data set does not allow for seeker use. building. utilizing Digital The low-observable JASSM missile uses GPS-aided Point Position Database (DPPDB) as the prin- inertial guidance. ing information used to autonomously guide the and maintaining the primary target database. uation of the attack trajectory and azimuth. fended and/or hardened targets requiring greater REPF planners use a Precision Targeting impact point precision. Module (PTM) workstation online with cur- quires the mission planning system to provide the rent Intel sources to achieve the model. The REPF is responsible for designing. The terminal attack plan. the weapon to the desired impact point with high preci. The terminal seeker re. ciple source of reference imagery. During the ATO process. selection of frared (IIR) terminal area seeker to provide high weapon type data. JASSM planning is de- signed to conform to ATO planning cycle Mission Planning is the key component in the effec. Extended range weapons such The other key target database incorporated in as JASSM also require a launch aircraft launch ac- JASSM planning is: ceptability region (LAR). seeker. • Target Area Model (TAM) – A wire frame ren- dering of a target complex. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Mission Planning section VI table of contents page GENERAL 6-1 MISSION PLANNING MODULES 6-3 REPF MISSION PLANNING 6-4 UNIT MISSION PLANNING INTEGRATION 6-4 MISSION PLANNING TIMELINES 6-4 MISSION PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS 6-7 GENERAL craft and mission details. primary element of which is: sion. updated with an imaging in. avoiding terrain obstacles. JASSM simplifies missile route target information. weapon route waypoints. including reference material TAM provides the ability to utilize the JASSM for locating and tracking the target. and time of flight information to achieve desired • PGMTDB – A standard database for precise time on target. Using targets from this planning by flying midcourse at high altitude. PGMTDB targets may also be manipulated to achieve desired effects. level. if desired. T. JASSM termi. 6-1 . The TAM can also be ma- nal trajectory. sessment (BIA) data. constraints. especially gets as well as desired effects are coordinated with with the advent of launch and leave precision a JASSM Rear Echelon Production Facility (REPF). nipulated if a DMPI adjust is desired. Planners may manual- The JASSM mission begins with the Air Tasking ly enter desired DMPI information at the unit Order (ATO) defining specific targets. guided munitions.

Azi- REPF. Final • Geopositional reference data (Latitude. The JASSM mis- able prior to deployment to minimize the time need. formats • Target descriptions (BE#. at the AOC. Design infrastructure includes the • Weapon data (Fuzing. The ability to planned sortie data from operational plans con. Impact Angle. or like tion. sion plans are then integrated with the delivery air- ed for target material generation during an ATO craft flight plan and transferred to the aircraft us- cycle. Once the Target Area Model (TAM) or Precision Guided TAM is built and verified. This readily available in a database. Force Mission Support System (AFMSS) Mission • Digital imagery with support data. carry multiple JASSM missions on the aircraft ceived far in advance of hostilities. coordinated baseline TAM database be avail. such as Theater • DMPI identification (Short written descrip- Battle Management Core System (TBMCS). desired (up to 5 per launch point). TAM ID). ing a data transfer cartridge (DTC). if the targets are not plan is assembled at the tasked unit level. centralized management system. fixed targets. DTUC allows great flexibility in striking targets. Terrain and aircraft routing. wing and units. and. system located at the AOC. and terminal engagement trajectory for the set (TDS) to the tasked unit with instructions. utilizing these Once target tasking is received. a JASSM mission two formats. Clobber Analysis). 6-2 . and should be implemented with a muth).O. USAF JASSM Mission Planning Module Figure 6-1 The JASSM system mission planning is performed Target materials used in terminal planning and within the existing or planned infrastructure and route planning include: using existing or planned data products. Imagery). • Threat information. • Weather conditions. Alternate missions may also be specified if rent. and hardware. the REPF and/or the Munition Target Database (PGMTDB) target data AOC will pass the resulting appropriate target data sets. Large-scale operations should utilize pre. DMPI. DMPI manipulation may be Since the JASSM’s effectiveness lies mainly in high required at the unit level by a qualified JASSM value. desired weapon effect. the desired target mission consists of an enroute plan. it is highly desired that a cur. models are requested from the REPF. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Effects-based targeting then occurs. Longi- JASSM mission planning uses the tasked units’ Air tude. release points. planner. Elevation). and appropriate strike planning should incorporate procedures to use the various options.T. Planning System (MPS) workstations for weapon • Digital terrain elevation data (DTED.

O. The approach also meets construction and evaluation of the seeker reference the targeting timeline where the target area. which quired weapon data to the aircraft A/W/E for contains the terminal attack plan data (Seeker ref. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM planning utilizes the skills of personnel all functions of planning the terminal attack includ- currently responsible for performing targeting and ing designation of the DMPI and seeker aim point. W/E hosted on the AFMSS workstation. and constraint checking. erence. T. LAR deconflic- MISSION PLANNING MODULES tion. The PTM supports Mission Planning Flow and Partitioning Target Data TBMCS or DIWS AFMSS or TAMPS – DMPI coordinates Stereo Work Station Work Station – Imagery Weapon selection (Force / Unit Level) (Unit Level) Target Data JASSM Target DTD Aircraft / Weapon Material Launch A/C routing Weapon Type Tasking Terminal attack Missile and A/C route Weapon Materials Threat data planning planning and loadout – A/C routing Target Materials – Weapon routing – Target area imagery – Terminal data – DMPI (TOT. weapon auto route and manual modification planning. which is an AFMSS A/ targeting circumstances. The approach AFMSS. TAM model using national asset products. The overall Mission Planning flow and parti. re- tioning to planning workstations is shown in figure view and revision of DMPI’s and terminal attack 6-2. download to the Data Transfer Device (DTD). and associated reference model weapon type data. supports reading of archived JASSM TAM files. The WPM gets. DMPI review The PTM provides archiving and transfer of and manipulation. including emerging tar. and weapon routing must be JASSM TAM files with associated TAM ID to performed in 5 minutes (average). specification of the attack trajec- construction and terminal attack planning must be tory and azimuth and evaluation of the attack plan. selection of DMPI selection. performed in 15 minutes (average). etc) – seeker reference – Seeker reference – performance Precision Weapon Targeting Planning Module Module Figure 6-2 6-3 . route planning functions. provides significant flexibility to the planners in the use of existing data and the ability to plan/replan at The tasked unit mission planners use the Weapon both the force and unit levels to meet a variety of Planning Module (WPM). plans. association of a JASSM with the aircraft route. AFMSS based multi-JASSM route deconflic- The REPF planners use the Precision Targeting tion. time-on-target planning. Fusing settings. and transfer of re- Module to produce the Terminal Area Model. DMPI and weapon data).

the REPF mission planner views erator. against the new. Once the Designated Mean plan and can modify weapon data and DMPI’s on Point of Impact (DMPI) is chosen. the terminal attack plan the reference imagery. selects either a waypoint one (plan- may update the original reference model by bring. The reference or non time-on-target (not time critical) flyout pro- model update is performed using drawing tools to file will be used by the auto-router. data. building a seeker the 3D reference model. reo image pair and NTM imagery is exported as a cessed to identify target areas of interest via using TAM and passed to the unit for use in the WPM on other Intel application and databases such as the an AFMSS workstation. 1B-52H-34-2-8 REPF MISSION PLANNING piled and performance effectiveness is evaluated for the selected azimuth range and provided to the op- To develop a TAM. The operator also reviews and updates weap- for future use.T. entered including BIA and TOT data when appli- del. The planner can view ex. NTM imagery. A TAM is selected from the database The unit planner then builds the weapon route. the planner reads- the three dimensional data is used to locate and in the JASSM TAM file. weapon route. Once the reference model is ready. He/she can use the Digital Point Position. seeker reference and BIA settings are ac- sponding to a viewable location in the update imag.O. if desired. a DMPI can be added or The resulting weapon data. An attack trajectory and fuze delay time is selected based on the target to be at- MISSION PLANNING TIMELINES tacked. Missile information is that provides a quantitative assessment of the mo. He/she reviews the attack designate a DMPI. frame (WF) is constructed using the visible edges in With modified DMPI’s. ning scenarios one and two) or an aircraft release ing in new NTM imagery to use with the original point (planning scenario three). cessed via calls to the JASSM A/W/E by the aircraft ery. Once the auto- construct wireframes of objects in the NTM image. The and opened for review of the terminal planning operator displays or enters the DMPI coordinates. will be reevaluated to verify that the reference mod- the user can perform a reference evaluation process el supports the new DMPI. terminal plan- ning is performed. the planner along with the ATO for weapon routing. up to date.0 imagery to augment the The resulting attack plan including a reference ste- DPPDB data. The user AFMSS display. UNIT MISSION PLANNING INTEGRATION isting JASSM target seeker reference database models for review and refinement or build a new The mission plan is then available to the unit level model. He/she can then reference imagery (DPPDB or other NTM imagery). Either a time-on-target image and update it as required. played to support DMPI review and adjustment. Once the imagery is displayed. While the building the WF. tions within the DODIIS CSE or TBMCS/DIICOE ing Data Base (DPPDB) imagery as the principle environment. on fuze settings and impact angle and which of the terminal profiles is to be used for the target. display a LAR. azimuth selected the seeker reference model is com- 6-4 . Once the update is complete. The operator then selects auto- together in support of reference model update. A/W/E on the AFMSS system for download to the Data Transfer Device. A 3D reference wire. MIDB (modern integrated intelligence database) on the TBMCS workstation. An attack azimuth range is selected by the planner based on the attack trajectory. terminal The mission planning timelines are shown in figures area imagery. For each 6-4 and 6-5 for the PTM and WPM respectively. He/she then. and target characteristics. The completed model can be archived in a TAM cable. ule on the AFMSS workstation. a feature useful in prewar planning. guided by JASSM range rings on the sociated reference imagery can be viewed. A target nomination list is then ac. The terminal planning could potentially be the stereo data on the PTM to perform imagery performed at stereo capable Sun/UNIX worksta- analyses. reference imagery is accessed either by loading a The Weapon Route Planning functional flow is also tape or accessing a previously loaded DPPDB seg. source of reference imagery and National Technical Means (NTM) NITF 2. trajectory. He/ routing using the Common Low-observable Auto she can overlay the original wireframe on the NTM Router (CLOAR) selection. He/she has now completed defini- The operator can tie the DPPDB and NTM imagery tion of a stick route. Using the JASSM A/W/E mod- ment on his system. The operator may also choose to select and use an existing TAM. If he/she chooses to build a new model. Then the existing reference model with its as. shown in figure 6-3. terminal modified using a target location description corre. route has been performed. The reference image is dis- reference model can begin. the operator may per- The modified reference wireframe can be evaluated form manual modifications of the route.

1B-52H-34-2-8 Mission Planning Functional Flow Precision Targeting Module Target Materials Nominations Designate DMPI’s Archive / Transmit Evaluate Generate Terminal – DTM Modify / Generate JASSM Target Reference Attack Plan and – MIDB Reference Model Evaluate Materials Model IMINT JASSM Weapon – Seeker – DPPDB Open Archive – Non–seeker Archive Plan – Updatel Imagery WF Model WF Model Weapon Planning Module JASSM Target Materials Review terminal Weapon Route Plan Threat Data attack plan and Evaluate Route Determine A/C LAR DTED modify DMPI’s Wx – Move DMPI’s –Analyze attack Repeat each weapon Integrate A/C and Download Weapon Mission Weapon Mission Plans (A/C AWE) Plan to DTD Figure 6-3 6-5 .O. T.

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PTM Timeline Definition

Figure 6-4

WPM Timeline Definition

Figure 6-5

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MISSION PLANNING CONSIDERATIONS • Divert and Staging base security – Appropri-
ate to support the highest levels security for
Since JASSM requires the use of time sensitive ma- planning systems, communication nodes, and
terials, such as GPS crypto data, the planner must the assets themselves. Foreign controlled
ensure the most current data is used at all times to bases should be avoided and only used for
maximize mission effectiveness. If B-52 mission emergencies.
duration will extend across any crypto expiration • Divert and Staging base logistics support –
boundary, the following period’s data should be Load equipment, missile storage (including
loaded to ensure the JASSM receiver has sufficient environmental needs), and planning system
information. For example, a B-52 mission will start support should be examined as far in advance
at 2000 hrs GMT/ZULU and end at 0900 hrs. Dur- as possible.
ing the sortie there is a new GPS crypto issued. If • Direct targeting ROEs – Theater or Opera-
the GPS/IU keyboard has failed, or the crew does tional commanders must drive use, due to lim-
not have the new keys available, the only other ited number of assets, cost, range, etc.
source is the weapon or aircraft mission DTUC/ • Integration with other JASSM platforms – A
DTC. centralized, coordinated plan for JASSM
strikes that includes all JASSM capable air-
NOTE craft is highly recommended. Mass JASSM
launch scenarios will occupy copious amounts
The following steps may be used to correct of airspace, and the ATO must sanitize space
for GPS rollover: for missile launch(s).
• LAR Tolerances – Must be thoroughly briefed to
• (RN-N) CF-61 entered. ensure planned IN ZONE launches are achieve-
• Correct date is input on the MFD, but not en- d. Aircraft flying a pressure altitude, for exam-
tered into the system. ple, could be off the HAE altitude enough to be
• (RN-N) Monitor for GPS date to rollover to in- out of IN ZONE launch tolerances.
correct date.
• Enter Key pressed to insert the correct date. JASSM Operations Near the Poles
• A missile health status check occurs.
The JASSM SMO great circle distance equation is
Other Items to Consider When Preparing to approximate when operating close to or at the
Employ JASSM: poles. This will affect the times-to-go to enter and
exit ranging indications on the PRGM screen. This
• JASSM MPS security/environment will not affect the actual In-Range/In-Zone status
• Height Above Ellipsoid (HAE) – JASSM uses reported by the weapon. To minimize the distance
HAE for all altitude computations (launch, error when planning sortie destinations to either
cruise, target). This closely mirrors the OAS pole, ensure the following:
HA altitude for launch operations, and should
be a consideration if determining deconfliction • Aircraft route follows the same longitude as
from other platforms. the launch point destination, and
• Coordinate format – JASSM uses DDMMSS. • Center of range circle, center of zone arcs, and
SSS for higher fidelity. Planning on MPS can launch point destination are on the same side
be done in DDMM.MMMM, since data is con- of the pole.
verted in the MPS to give the missiles the cor-
rect format. Planning for JASSM Safe Separation and Deconfliction
• GPS Crypto Data Currency – Weekly keys re-
quired. Recommend that current and follow- For planning of a low altitude or co-altitude launch,
ing week keys always be loaded on DTC. it should be noted that the JASSM will require a
• AS/SV Data Currency minimum 5 degree offset to the right of the aircraft
• BIA Data – BIA frequencies used must be heading to avoid conflict with the aircraft. The mis-
coordinated with the AOC, Intel, and ELINT sile will achieve a minimum lateral separation of
platforms to assure missile health data is re- 1000 feet to the right of the aircraft before climbing
ceived and matched against the proper missile through the aircraft altitude at release. The JASSM
mission, if desired. will also achieve a minimum vertical separation of
• GPS Almanac Data – Should be current, or at 100 feet below the aircraft altitude at release before
least within 14 days of mission. crossing the aircraft’s flight path. This combination
• Intel feed – Coordinated with unit Intel sec- will assure the missile will maintain a minimum
tion for current threat database and other vertical separation of 100 feet below the aircraft’s
flight restrictions. altitude at release until lateral separation of 1000
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JASSM Low Temperature Flight Operations conditions. JASSM missile skin temperature (Ts)
during external carriage is defined as:
The JASSM missile is designed for captive carriage External Carriage and Free Flight:
and free flight down to a minimum ambient skin
temperature (Ts) of –49 degrees F (–45 deg. C). Ex- Ts = (OAT + 460)(1+0.18M2) – 460
posure of the JASSM missile to ambient skin tem-
peratures below –49 degrees F could result in BIT Where Ts = Missile skin temperature (degrees F);
[FAIL] indications and or missile failures. Since OAT = True ambient air temperature (degrees F);
wind friction warming affects the JASSM skin dur- M = True flight Mach number.
ing external carriage, low temperature exposure
should not be an operational concern unless the For example, a JASSM mission profile of FL 370 at
JASSM is carried in the bomb bay or if loaded on 0.76 mach should produce JASSM skin tempera-
the aircraft for alert during extreme cold weather tures of approximately –25 degrees F.

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Systems Operation section VII

table of contents page

OAS/JOINT AIR TO SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE OPERATION 7-3

JASSM EMPLOYMENT OVERVIEW 7-3

MISSILE MISSION TYPES 7-3

WEAPON MONITOR AND POWER CONTROL 7-7

WEAPON CONTROL EQUIPMENT (WCE) STATUS 7-7

WCE POWER APPLICATION 7-7

WCE POWER REMOVAL 7-8

MISSILE POWER APPLICATION 7-8

MISSILE AND EJECTOR STATUS 7-10

MISSILE POWER REMOVAL 7-15

MISSILE MISSION DATA AND TARGETING 7-17

MISSILE TARGETING METHODS 7-17

TARGETING TECHNIQUES 7-22

TARGET RANGING 7-29

IN-RANGE LAR 7-31

IN-ZONE LAR 7-36

TARGET RANGING INDICATIONS 7-43

IN-RANGE/IN-ZONE INDICATION 7-43

WEAPON LAUNCH ADVISORIES 7-43

SAFE RELEASE ADVISORIES 7-44

MISSILE LAUNCH 7-45

MISSILE LAUNCH PROCESS 7-45

AUTOMATIC LAUNCH DETERMINATION 7-46

MANUAL LAUNCH DETERMINATION 7-47

MISSILE LAUNCH TERMINATION 7-47

PREFERRED LAUNCH/JETTISON SEQUENCE 7-48

MISSILE LAUNCH RESTRICTIONS 7-48

JASSM FREE FLIGHT SEQUENCE 7-48

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MISSILE JETTISON 7-50

SIMULATION CAPABILITIES 7-51

SIMULATED MISSILE LOADOUT 7-51

SIMULATED TARGETING OPERATIONS 7-51

SIMULATED WCE RESPONSES 7-51

SIMULATED RANGING 7-51

SMO TERMINATION 7-52

SMO RESTART 7-52

MESSAGES 7-52A

MASTER FAULTS 7-52A

ADVISORIES AND STATUS MESSAGES 7-52A

SAFE RELEASE AND WEAPON LAUNCH ADVISORIES 7-52A

FRMT-7 MISSILE FAULTS 7-52A

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There are two types of preplanned missions. the planned route within ± 5 seconds of the Current ly 3 km from the target with a pushover maneuver Time Of Flight (CTOF). adjustments. an Au. T. sile was launched on time and at the preplanned re- ror for hardened targets requiring greater impact lease point. The ATC uses a preloaded target area refer- Change 2 7-3 . If the TOT requirement is not set. The terminal dive starts approximate. When the seeker line-of-sight is missile flies the preplanned route without throttle pointed at the target area. At a specified distance from the target the JASSM de. These functions weather conditions of 1500 ft. When aircraft transfer alignment is com. to define the route of flight and flight altitudes. ance. the JASSM MISSILE MISSION TYPES SMO must be designated as the primary SMO (CF-62x). ceiling and 3 nautical are: mile visibility. and the se. If weather conditions preclude the • Missile Monitor and Power Control seeker from acquiring the target. Impact velocity is mission planning and must be launched In-Zone. If a TOT required missile is launched termines if the JASSM is above or below the cloud In-Range. Altitudes can be mission planned. mission planning system. and release of JASSMs. Preplanned Missions scends to a selected altitude above ground level for final target ingress which will enable the missile to Preplanned missions require at least one waypoint achieve the desired terminal impact angle. if the In-Zone aircrew. There are two types of JASSM missions. aircrew defined gress is at an optimum altitude condition to achieve via cockpit controls or missile default. to the missile. targeting. All Target of Opportunity (TOO) missions are re- leased In-Range. but not In-Zone. An imaging infrared also ± 5 seconds of planned TOT assuming the mis- seeker is used to reduce terminal area guidance er. those At a specified time prior to arriving at the aircraft that require a Time on Target (TOT) and those that missile launch point. The minal profile depends on target orientation (vertical requirement for TOT required missions is set by or horizontal) and hardness. there is not an In–Zone region as- After missile launch (autonomous missile flight). sociated with a TOO. maintained to achieve the required penetration of Using missile throttle adjustments the missile flies hard targets. [AMI] In order to accomplish any of the six major functions listed above. plete. an algorithm which de. initiated BIT is run. planned route of flight and does not attempt to make the required TOT. a • Missile Launch Bomb Impact Assessment (BIA) subsystem trans- • Missile Jettison mits missile position and status information in an unencrypted format to an airborne receiving plat- NOTE form. missile navigation to the target is accomplished via predetermined three-dimensional waypoints. During the terminal trajectory. mission data and GPS Crypto keys are downloaded. initialization power is applied do not require a TOT. 1B-52H-34-2-8 OAS/JOINT AIR TO SURFACE STANDOFF MISSILE OPERATION The B-52 OAS provides the operator interface for ence model which was developed using the JASSM control. pre- planned missions and direct target missions (also JASSM EMPLOYMENT OVERVIEW called Target of Opportunity missions by JASSM). See figure 7-1 for tomatic Target Correlator (ATC) algorithm provides Flight Profile Summary and figure 7-2 for JASSM target aim point error corrections for terminal guid. The ter. the missile is ready for launch at the speci- fied release point. planned terminal conditions.O. the point precision. conditions cannot be achieved by the host aircraft. but can be released In-Range. it deviates from the ceiling is initiated. giving it a TOT which is to the desired impact angle. Flight Profiles. Operation of the JASSM while carried by the B-52 The missile is designed to operate under adverse is made up of six major functions. but still maintains all pre- Once the seeker Line-of-Sight (LOS) is clear. the desired range and enhance survivability. In. the system will • Mission Data and Targeting guide to the target using the inertial navigation • Transfer Alignment system and target coordinates it received via mis- • Target Ranging sion planning. All preplanned missions are planned as In-Zone re- lected missile mission number is designated by the leases.

In-Zone launches have the following parameters: • Since the route from the last waypoint to tar- get did not change it can be with or without • Can be with or without seeker terminal guid. During the mission plan. until transitioning to the terminal area. preplanned conditions.000 feet MSL (defaults to 15. to the nominal altitude. sitioning to the terminal area. ance. PREPLANNED. missile does not attempt to make the planned way- points nor planned timing. rela. LAUNCHED IN-RANGE • Bearing to target and impact angle can be specified.O. the user can change the cruise alti- tude ± 500 feet in 50 feet increments. Defaults to soft. 7-4 . Direct target function allows the operator to specify tive to the nominal altitude. and elevation must be entered. 21600.T. LAUNCHED IN-ZONE fly directly to meet the target azimuth into the tar- get. The cruise alti- • Preplanned data items cannot be changed. For example. If PREPLANNED In-Zone Yes No Not Required Waypoint 1 Required Used. the user can change the cruise altitude ± 500 feet in 50 feet increments. seeker terminal guidance as planned.000 feet MSL). ac. sion. 11550.000 feet MSL and remains there until descending to the terminal area. titude is 22000 feet MSL. relative • A direct target can be assigned to a specific missile. the nominal cruise al. 21550. etc. accept- able mission planned entries are 11500. • Target latitude. In-Zone launched missions use a static Launch Ac- ceptability Region (LAR). For example. longitude. Instead the missile will • Fuze delay time can be specified. etc. get did not change it impacts the target under cluding all waypoints and altitudes). the • Fuze mode of soft impact or hard impact can be specified. If PREPLANNED In-Zone Yes Yes ± 5 Seconds Waypoint 1 Required Used. During the mission planning • Waypoints cannot be specified for a direct tar- get. • Proceeds to 22. sile mission at the first waypoint and fly the pre- planned route (See Target Ranging this section). a target that is not included as a preplaned mis- ceptable mission planned entries are 21500. 11600. • For TOT missions. the nominal cruise altitude TOO launches have the following parameters: is 12000 feet MSL until transitioning to the terminal area. process. If PREPLANNED In-Range No Yes Not Used Target Azimuth Required Used. • Impacts the target under preplanned condi. • The missile will fly cruise altitude until tran- tions. This preplanned static In-Range launches have the following parameters: LAR defines the zone around the launch point from which the missile will be able to intercept the mis- • The missile will generate its own route to in- tercept target azimuth. TOO missiles can only be launched In-Range. Direct Targeted Missions/Target of Opportunity (TOO) ning process. tude can be specified from 0 to 22. If PREPLANNED In-Range No No Not Required Target Azimuth Required DIRECT TARGET In-Range No Not Used N/A Not Required Target Azimuth Figure 7-1 PREPLANNED. • For non-TOT missions. For preplanned missions launched In-Range. • Preplanned data items cannot be changed. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Flight Profile Summary TOT PTOF JASSM FLIES MISSION TYPE LAUNCH WAYPOINTS SEEKER REQUIRED TOLERANCE TO Used. • Since the route from the last waypoint to tar- • Missile flies the preplanned route of flight (in.

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WEAPON MONITOR AND POWER CONTROL video if the ECU has failed. WIU will be displayed in
reverse video for the left or right WIU respectively, if
The Weapon Control Equipment (WCE), which con- either the WIU communication or the WIU have fai-
sists of the Armament Interface Unit (AIU), Environ- led. Each failure displayed on FRMT-7 will be re-
mental Control Unit (ECU) and Weapon Interface moved if the associated failure status clears.
Units (WIUs) must be powered on to enable the opera-
tor to power on, control, and release any missiles. The WCE POWER APPLICATION
AIUs supply power to the ECU and WIUs. The ECUs
supply cooling air to the WIUs. The WIUs enable pow- WIU power will be applied when the operator
er application to the missile(s), perform data trans- presses the WIU power switch (MIU/LP or MIU/RP)
missions with the missile(s), and provide ejector con- to the depressed (Power On) position. When the
trol. AIU power is supplied when OAS master power switch is in the depressed position it illuminates af-
is turned on. ECU and WIU power are supplied power ter a short delay. If the switch was in the depressed
when WIUs are turned on. position when the SMO was loaded or restarted, the
switch must be cycled to command power to the
Subsequent to applying power to the WIU on a pylon, WIU. The MIU/BAY switch is not recognized by
initialization power can be commanded on for any JASSM SMO. If it is selected the advisory message
missile(s) on that pylon via the WCP. Missile initiali- B: LOCATION will be displayed. Power will be ap-
zation power must be applied to enable the SMO to plied to the WIU and then the WIU will be initial-
verify the weapon type, missile operational and LAR ized for the selected location.
status, and to transmit missile initialization, GPS,
alignment, and targeting data to the missile(s) prior If the SMO is unable to complete the WIU power-on
to launch. sequence it will be terminated, the appropriate
fault will be displayed, and any power which has
WEAPON CONTROL EQUIPMENT (WCE) STATUS been applied will be removed. However, for an ECU
fault, if ECU Power Override is currently active,
The operator can review the operational status of the the SMO will continue with the power-on sequence.
AIU, ECU, left WIU (L WIU) or right WIU (R WIU) The operator can verify completion of the WIU pow-
using the PME Status Display (FRMT-6). The SMO er on sequence by viewing FRMT-7.
communicates with these LRUs using OAS 1553 data
buses A and C. The PME Status Display (FRMT-6) When the sequence is complete, the following dis-
shows AIU and WIU A bus and C bus communication play changes will occur on FRMT-7 next to each
status and AIU, ECU and WIU failure status. If a WIU station number (1, 2, 3, 6, 7, and 8)(4 and 5
WIU A bus communication failure has occurred, an A are not recognized by the JASSM SMO):
will be displayed for the respective WIU. If a WIU C
bus communication failure has occurred, a C will be • The weapon type window will indicate either
displayed for the respective WIU. If an LRU failure M1 to identify there is a weapon present at the sta-
has occurred, an X will be displayed for the ECU or re- tion or blank to indicate that no weapon is present.
spective WIU. In a similar manner, FMS will display • The missile status window will change from
an A or a C next to AIU if an AIU A bus or C bus com- blank to OF, X, NG, or CL, to indicate missile state.
munication failure has occurred and an X next to AIU See FRMT-7 in Section I for a description of the
if an AIU failure has occurred. The format of the text display options.
indicates whether or not the failure currently exists. 1. OF will be displayed to indicate that missile
If the failure currently exists, the text (A, C, or X) will initialization power is not applied at the
be displayed in reverse video. If the failure does not station.
currently exist, the text (A, C, or X) will be displayed 2. X will be displayed if both the ejector and
in normal video. umbilical status show no missile is present
at the station.
To clear unwanted data from the PME Status Display
(FRMT-6), the operator can enter CF-66 Erase PME 3. NG will be displayed in reverse video if a
Faults, to delete the display of all failures which no permanent fatal fault has occurred for the
longer exist. When the CF-66 command is entered, all missile.
failure text displayed in normal video will be blanked 4. CL will be displayed if the missile is a cap-
and any text displayed in reverse video will remain. tive carry launched (Flight Test Only).
The AIU, ECU or WIU failure status is also displayed
on the JASSM Status and Inventory Display
(FRMT-7). AIU will be displayed in reverse video if
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• The missile fault display window will display a MISSILE POWER APPLICATION
fault indication if a missile is present and any faults
have been detected at the station. All faults are listed After applying power to the WIU on a pylon, power
and described at the end of this Section. If no missile application can be commanded for any missile(s) on
is present the fault window will remain blank. that pylon. Missile power must be applied in order
• The JASSM launch point number (1 to 99) and for the SMO to verify the weapon type, missile op-
mission group (A to F) will be displayed as assigned erational and LAR status, and to transmit missile
per B-52 mission data. initialization, GPS Crypto Keys (weekly), GPS Al-
manac (less than 2 weeks old), alignment, and tar-
Missile Warm-up geting data to the missile(s) prior to launch.
Upon application of power to the WIU, 115-volt ac Missile Initialization power (28-volt DC-1) power
power is applied to the missiles to thermally condi- will be applied when the operator depresses the de-
tion the missiles air data systems (requires up to sired Location (left and/or right) and Station (1, 2,
13.5 minutes). When takeoff and climb-out through 3, 6, 7, and/or 8 or ALL) switches on the WCP and
icing conditions is anticipated, heater power should momentarily moves the WPN PWR switch to the
be applied prior to take-off and remain on for a ON position. Missile power can also be applied us-
minimum of 15 minutes or until clear of icing condi- ing CF-E. Subsequently, the selected missile(s) will
tions, whichever occurs last. Flight through icing be powered on and initialized. See figure 7-3 for an
conditions should be avoided. initialization timeline.

The missile will set an Overtemperature Caution The OAS provides GPS data to the JASSM through
indicating the probability of the missile overheating the WIU in order to prepare the weapon GPS receiver
before completing its mission, if the missile is not to acquire satellites after separation from the air-
launched in approximately ten minutes. craft. The GPS data provided includes: Almanac data,
Anti-Spoofing Status/Space Vehicle Configuration
The missile will set an Overtemperature Warning (AS/AV) data, GPS Crypto Keys, Time data, Ephem-
indicating the probability of the missile overheating eris. GPS data transfer occurs after warm up and
before completing its mission if the missile is not built in test. The JASSM must have weekly crypto
launched in approximately one minute. keys that are current for the duration of the mission.

If, as a result of an Overtemperature Caution or The crew should ensure that the weapon mission
Warning, the operator removes missile power no DTUC/DTC contains GPS Almanac Data (less than 2
damage will occur. If missile power is removed due weeks old) and GPS Crypto Keys (weekly) sufficient
to an overtemperature condition, a cool down period to support the mission since the B-52 SMO uses the
of approximately 45 minutes should be allowed be- weapon mission DTUC/DTC as backup.
fore missile power is reapplied.
If the GPS almanac data age is unknown, or the
GPS has not been operated within the last two
weeks, it should be updated in accordance with pro-
cedures in Section II of this T.O.

The effects of weapon overheat on weapon The SMO can acquire crypto key data from either
reliability and accuracy are unknown. the GPS interface unit (IU) or the weapon mission
DTUC. The primary source of crypto key data is the
WCE POWER REMOVAL GPS IU. If the GPS receiver validates the crypto
key data, the SMO loads the validated crypto data
WIU power will be removed from the selected loca- anytime after SMO start-up. After power initializa-
tion when the operator presses the desired WIU tion is complete, the crypto key data is transferred
power switch (MIU/LP or MIU/RP) and allows it to to any weapon requiring the data.
return to the out (non-depressed) position. No
faults will be displayed during WIU power removal. If the crypto key data in the IU is not validated or
not available, the data can be obtained from the
The operator can verify completion of the WIU pow- weapon mission DTUC/DTC. When weapon power
er off sequence by viewing FRMT-7, CF-E and/or initialization is complete, the SMO retrieves the
the OAS Power Control Panel. When the sequence crypto key data from the weapon mission DTUC/
is complete, the selected WIU power switch (LWIU DTC and transfers the data to the weapon(s).
or RWIU) will no longer be lit and all data containe-
d on FRMT-7 for each station at that WIU location
will be blanked within 3 seconds.

7-8 Change 2

T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8

JASSM Initialization Timeline

Figure 7-3

7-9

the station. or 8. will display station ejec- tor status as either blank. Selected missile has a non-fatal fault requir- indicate missile initialization power is available at ing manual launch. station. 7. the following display changes will occur within 2 seconds on The telemetry command is initialized to off FRMT-7 or FRMT-7xy next to each selected WIU and the command state is displayed any- station number (1. will display the location of and missile fault status for each station (1. will display the station tion. The station number is displayed immediately (1-3. status windows are grouped together for each sta. and 8) on each pylon (left and right). 2. at the end of this section. If the SMO is unable to complete any of the steps for a missile. When NOTE the power on sequence is complete. ent or WIU power for this pylon is off. NOT_UNLKD will appear if an illegal ejec- ent fatal faults. 2. 3. or 8) where power was time the display is requested. or ALL. NG will be displayed in reverse video. the selected missile with L signifying the Left pylon 7. will be displayed and any missile power which has been applied to that missile will be removed. will be displayed when the missile is launched. status is false and unlocked status is true. lowing occurs: • Weapon Status will change from OF to ON.g. will display ON or OFF to indicate whether or not missile telemetry power has terminated for that missile. READY = TRUE (SAFE TO RELEASE = • Missile Fault display will display a fault indica.O. In addition. 1. 3. for launching the missile in automatic launch mode. regardless of applied: WIU or missile power status. TRUE). 2. 3. 6. • The associated WIU must have power applied • Window 10 (figure 7-5).T. NOT_UNLKD to indicate the ejector status at the • The missiles selected must be pylon stations 1. 2. missile state • Window 1 (figure 7-5). tion if any missile faults have been detected at the 3. 6. the missile power on sequence will be • Window 8 (figure 7-5). The field will be blank if no weapon is pres- • The missiles selected must be present and pow. P will be displayed if the system detects a missile at the station but cannot A manual launch will be required if any of the fol- identify the type. • Window 3 (figure 7-5). ered off. tor status is detected. • The missiles selected must not have any perman. UNLOCKD or and be initialized. The station or R signifying the Right pylon. The JASSM Status and Inventory Display shows missile presence. • Window 2 (figure 7-5). 4. Selected missile indicates In-Range LAR = The following conditions must exist: TRUE and In-Zone LAR = TRUE and past • The JASSM SMO must be the primary SMO. All missile faults are listed and described TRUE and In-Zone LAR = FALSE. to 1. Selected missile does not indicate AUR CL. to the left of the weapon type window. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MISSILE AND EJECTOR STATUS missile status via the JASSM Status and Inventory with Selected Station Status display (FRMT-7xy). If the missile is a captive carry missile. • Missile type will change from blanks to M1 when • Window 9 (figure 7-5). indicates the missile type (e. Selected missile indicates In-Range LAR = station. AGM-158A) of the selected missile. missile power. 6-8) of the selected missile. 6. will display MAN LNCH the missile is determined to be a JASSM or it will REQ if the missile does not meet the requirements remain M1 if the missile has previously been deter. 7. 7-5. the closest point of approach. If a fatal fault exists for a missile. UNLOCKD will appear if the ejector locked • Carrier mission stores table is loaded. The operator can review the operational status of See FRMT-7xy in Section I for a description of the each JASSM via the JASSM Status and Inventory display windows and the data that will be displayed display (FRMT-7) figure 7-4 or FRMT-7xy figure at the bottom of the requesting MFD. 2. mined to be a JASSM. the appropriate fault been commanded. 3. the operator can review the operational status of a selected station ejector and additional 7-10 Change 3 .

• Window 14 (figure 7-5). window 2. the missile is a JASSM (SIT and rently powered off. if or the missile is currently powered on and A different JASSM variant sortie there is an Overheat Caution issued for the mission is loaded prior to initial weapon application. weapon power is applied. If the missile fails to indicate Crypto Keys AGM-158A. This indicates the missile may over. or A non-JASSM sortie is loaded after 1. ON will be displayed. or After weapon power application is attempted a non-JASSM weapon is present (STORE ID master fault). This indicates the missile loaded and after initial weapon may overheat during its mission. if the missile is cur. A blank window indicates type as AGM-158A. loaded sortie mission mal video to indicate keys are present in the mis. Weapon Type P Reverse Prior to initial weapon power ap- plication a non-JASSM sortie mis- The weapon presence field. the weapon pres- leased within 1 minute. or the elapsed time since either an Over. identifies missile type is sile. for this location and after initial heat Caution or an Overheat Warning was issued. OFF will be displayed. 3. T. will display ON. will indicate the hours or An AGM-158A sortie mission is and minutes that the missile has been either ON loaded with no weapon identified or OFF. M Normal A sortie mission is not loaded and after weapon power application. HOT will be displayed in reverse video. 2. both loaded sortie mission and K in reverse video indicates keys are in error or weapon identify the same missile have not been received. HOT to indicate the missile timer status.O. indicates what the SMO identifies as present Prior to initial weapon power ap- plication JASSM mission data indi- at the umbilical based on the data available from cates an empty station (WPN the ejector. the missile type was identified as rently powered on and neither an Overheat an AGM-158A. the weapon present is a JASSM (WPN The text and associated indications for station sta. OFF. power is applied. Present subsequent to a successful Crypto Key or Present indication. if the missile is currently powered on an AGM-158A. the SMO will resend the keys After initial weapon power applica- and the normal video K will remain displayed. on FRMT-7 sion is loaded. but is of unknown type. if not re. will display a K in nor. if not released A different JASSM variant sortie within 10 minutes. HOT will be displayed in blinking reverse power application. a weapon is present. AGM-158A but the missile at sta- • Window 15 (figure 7-5). mission is loaded and after weapon 4. or tion is a different variant. if the missile is cur. missile. 7-11 . All of these P Normal Prior to initial weapon power ap- fields will be blank for a station if either the WIU is plication during SIT or Go/NoGo not powered on for that pylon or if no missile is testing with no sortie mission present at the station. PRSNT master fault). 1B-52H-34-2-8 • Window 11 (figure 7-5). displays the configuration TEXT VIDEO INDICATION ID of the selected missile. and there is an Overheat Warning issued M Reverse A non-JASSM sortie mission is for the missile. The tion. WIU and missile. Go/No-Go test only). or heat during its mission. the JASSM Status and Inventory display (figure or 7-4). ent is a JASSM. loaded. tus on the JASSM Status and Inventory display are outlined in the following paragraphs. • Window 16 (figure 7-5). the missile is powered off or no targeting data has M1 Reverse Sortie mission identifies an been downloaded to the missile. PRSNT master fault). Blank Location WIU power Off or weapon power Off. Warning nor an Overheat Caution exist for the missile. M1 Normal Prior to initial weapon power ap- plication. the weapon is video.

OF Normal WIU Power for the Location is On and missile power for specific mis. the primary FMS navigation mode. Safe to re. minutes. Power Underline to the missile and targeting has application is inhibited. nn Normal The missile is assigned to launch JASSM Status and Inventory display (figure 7-4). In con- junction with windows 4 and 7. win. been loaded and verified. All power (both 28-volt dc #1 and 115-volt ac power) has been Dn Bright/ Direct target Dn has been assigned removed from the missile.) FRMT-7. (Both 28-volt dc #1 and target Dn (n= 1 to 6) or the missile 115-volt ac power are applied to the has been launched against the di- missile.T. rect target number for the specified missile.) rect target. Dn Reverse The missile has failed to target suc- lease with launchable alignment cessfully. attempt. Launch Point/Target Number Indicator NOTE The missile launch point/target number field. window 6. window 12 (DTU/ DTC) indicates the missile mission DTUC/DTC has failed anytime a missile is operational when the SMO requests GPS almanac. In conjunction with window 6. TEXT VIDEO INDICATION nn Bright The missile is in the process of being targeted to launch point nn. (Both 28-volt 1 or 10 indicating the quality of each missile’s align- dc #1 and 115-volt ac power are ap- plied to the missile. Underline targeted to launch point nn plied to the missile. (115-volt ac power is ap. X_ Reverse Weapon not present and Weapon NOTE presence discrepancy exists. indicates the launch point or di. nn Bright/ The missile has been successfully sile is Off. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Missile Status TEXT VIDEO INDICATION The missile status field. Manual launch required.) ment. The CL Normal Captive Carry missile launched missile transfer alignment quality field will display (simulated launch). (Both 28-volt dc #1 and 115-volt ac power are ap. NG Reverse Permanent Fatal Fault has oc. Blank The missile has not started the tar- (Both 28-volt dc #1 and 115-volt ac geting process. indicates the quality of GPS data. Dn Bright Direct target Dn has been assigned curred for this missile or abort has to the missile and targeting has been commanded prior to release been initiated. the FMS primary navigation mode used to align the missile is dis- played in window 11. Blank WIU Power for the Location is Off. All Missile GPS Alignment Quality Underline Up Round Ready with launchable alignment status. No power applied. point nn (nn= _1 to 99) or the mis- indicates the status of the missiles. Display of the transfer alignment quality in reverse video indicates an alignment failure has oc- X_ Normal Weapon not present and no pres. power are applied to the missile. In order to achieve good missile alignment dow 4. ON Normal Missile power is On for specific Dn Normal The missile is assigned to Direct missile. or missile TDS. on the FRMT-7.) GO Bright/ Fully Mission capable missile. GO Normal Mission capable missile. status. The missile alignment quality field. an INS/INU must be selected as display (figure 7-4). 28-volt dc #1 nn Reverse The missile has failed to target suc- power is off) cessfully. A transfer alignment quality of 1 is re- No power applied. on the FRMT-7. GPS crypto keys. on plied to the missile. the JASSM Status and Inventory display (figure 7-4). GPS AS status/SV configura- tion data. 7-12 Change 3 . window 3. quired for launch.O. sile has been launched against the target. curred and [AMI] persisted for a minimum of 10 ence discrepancy exists. JASSM Status and Inventory quality (1).

ER Blinking Missile Mission data erase in TEXT VIDEO INDICATION progress. window 9 on FRMT-7. the JASSM be in reverse video. or crypto key data. AUR ready. applied. window TEXT VIDEO INDICATION 8. status of the missiles. TK Normal Missile is tracking at least 4 satellites. window 13 (IU) indi- cates the IU has failed or there is no communica- tion with the IU any time the WIU is operational when the SMO requests GPS almanac. (figure 7-4).O. Z Normal Missile is In-Zone. The missile status indicators that may be displayed in window Missile In-Range/In-Zone Status 7 are listed below. BT is displayed when the mis. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Missile Data GPS Status Missile Fault Status The missile GPS status field. Blank Otherwise. lected Station Status (figure 7-5). ephemeris. power fault has occurred. NOT Reverse Ejector status cannot be de- Blank WIU or missile power has not been UNLKD termined. TEXT VIDEO INDICATION WU Normal Missile in Warm-up. R Normal Missile is In-Range. The ejector state field. FRMT-7. which may classified data erase was unsuccessful. GPS time mark. Blank Missile is not present or WIU power for the location is off. the JASSM Status and Inventory display JASSM Status and Inventory display (figure 7-4).(Test launch only). the vided in the Station Master Faults. In conjunction with window 7. indicates the curred. IN Reverse Initialization fault has occurred. ER Normal Missile Mission data is erased. window 10. the ER will be displayed in window 7 on FRMT-7xy. If the than one fault exists. If a missile has successfully completed a clas. window 7. on The missile fault field. the JASSM Status and Inventory display (figure 7-4). indicates the In-Range/In-Zone BT Normal Missile is in IBIT. MG Reverse Minimum GPS received and the JASSM Status and Inventory display with Se- Ephemeris Received fault oc. T. The highest data. on FRMT-7xy. ER Reverse Missile Mission data erase failure. and their description are pro- of crypto keys. In conjunction with window 7. 7-13 . IN Normal Missile is in Initialization. priority fault will be displayed in window 9 if more sified data erase ER is displayed in window 7. window 14 (GPS) in- dicates the GPS is faulted by the IU any time the WIU is operational. UNLOCKD Normal Ejector locked status indicates WU Reverse Warm-up fault or missile heater unlocked. The missile In-Range/In-Zone status field. Status and Inventory display with Selected Station sile is in IBIT. The missile faults. indicates the status of missile GPS indicates any missile faults present. and minimum GPS. on FRMT-7. If a missile indicates a combined loss Status (figure 7-5). this section. MG Normal Missile has received minimum Ejector State GPS. text IN will be displayed in window 7. state of missile ejectors.

1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Status and Inventory Display (FRMT-7) Less [AMI] SAMPLE PMD 2 M 1 −GO / 1 0 C 1 2 0 1 / MG Z R I GHT 2 1 2 − 3 / 4 5 3 1 3 6 / 7 8 L EF T 3 R I GHT 1 R I GHT 3 9 7 7 L EF T 7 R I GHT 7 6 8 6 8 L EF T 6 L EF T 8 R I GHT 6 R I GHT 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 − − FRMT − 7 A75616 [AMI] SAMPLE PMD 2 M 1 −GO / 10 C 1 2 0 1 / MG Z R I GHT 2 1 2 − 3 / 4 5 3 1 3 6 / 7 8 L EF T 3 R I GHT 1 R I GHT 3 9 7 7 L EF T 7 R I GHT 7 6 8 6 8 L EF T 6 L EF T 8 R I GHT 6 R I GHT 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 − − FRMT .O.DB = P AGE B ACK B41366 Figure 7-4 7-14 Change 2 .T.7 C F .DF = P AGE FWD C F .

station number within 2 seconds: • The missile status window will change to OF in- dicating missile initialization power is not available at the station. moval: Missile heater power (115-volt ac) will remain on as long as the respective WIU remains powered.O. The operator can verify completion of the missile • A missile must be present at selected station. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Status and Inventory Display with Selected Station (FRMT-7. 3. Subse. All the operator depresses the desired Location (left missile faults are listed and described at the end of and/or right) and Station (1. FRMT-7 or FRMT-7xy next to each selected WIU • Missile CDE is not in progress.xy) SAMPLE PMD 2 M 1 −GO / 1 0 C 2 0 1 / MG Z R I GHT 2 1 3 1 3 L EF T 2 L EF T 3 R I GHT 2 R I GHT 3 7 7 L EF T 7 R I GHT 7 6 8 6 8 L EF T 6 L EF T 8 R I GHT 6 R I GHT 8 − − FRMT − 7 XY T LMY 8 9 12 3 4 / 5 6 7 EJ 10 11 12 / 13 1 5 T I ME 16 14 A75617 Figure 7-5 MISSILE POWER REMOVAL • The missile fault display window will continue to display the highest priority fault indication if any Missile initialization power will be removed when missile faults have been detected at the station. Change 2 7-15/(7-16 blank) . When the sequence is com. 7 and/or 8 or this Section. 2. the following display changes will occur on command has been issued. T. 6. initialization power off sequence by viewing • Missile power removal will not be performed for FRMT-7 or FRMT-7xy. any missile to which an Commit To Separate (CTS) plete. • The missiles selected cannot be pylon stations 4 or 5. ALL) switches on the WCP and momentarily moves the WPN PWR switch to the OFF position. The following limitations apply to missile power re- quently. the selected missile(s) will be powered off.

BLA .

automatic targeting will remain suspended until a • Manual targeting. • Less [AMI] A missile mission DTUC associat- ed with the B-52 mission is accessible. sile target data set is automatically transferred to a planed and loaded onto a B-52 DTUC/DTC and Less missile when: [AMI] associated missile DTUC(s). all missiles that were start the targeting operation.n) is entered. eration to indicate targeting did not complete. If the weapon • Direct targeting. the target assignment will be removed from each missile previously selected. graphs: • Automatic Targeting is enabled on CF-58. manual targeting Missile Target Assign (Manual nate any active targeting operation and update any Targeting) command (CF-586) will be necessary to targeting display associated with that targeting op. when a valid Retarget-all (CF-589) or [AMI] If a weapon mission group is not accessible. mission group becomes inaccessible while automat- • Automatic Targeting. If missiles have been targeted and a B-52 mission is quired to re-enter the appropriate command to re. automatic targeting will remain suspended • Direct targeting (CF-588. targeting data must be Each missile must be targeted prior to launch. • Automatic targeting. subsequently reloaded. been loaded with direct targeting data will not be retargeted. and the processes for entering. Change 3 7-17 . If the missile mission DTUC becomes unaccessible while auto- Only one targeting request is allowed to be in prog. The op- erator is required to re-enter the appropriate com- mand to restart the targeting operation. the JASSM SMO is loaded. If the Controls and Display (CAD) or Navigation and Weap. ic targeting is in progress. targeting will resume when the weapon mission group is accessible again Less [AMI] Reconfiguration of the Hot Spare as the and no other targeting operations are active. targeting will re- ress at any one time. sible. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MISSILE MISSION DATA AND TARGETING Automatic Targeting Prior to launching a missile. modifying. • [AMI] A weapon mission group associated with the B-52 mission is accessible. A weapon may fail if the OAS is transferring data to the weapon. Attempt to retarget the weapon. and missiles are assigned to the appropriate MISSILE TARGETING METHODS launch points. A Retarget All command (CF-589) or [AMI] Reconfiguration of the processor will termi. and reviewing missile target. matic targeting is in progress. Subsequently the • Missile power application and initialization is missile targeting data is downloaded to the missiles complete. the operator may perform • A B-52 mission is loaded which contains direct targeting as required. retarget missiles that have been direct targeted. • Manual targeting (CF-586).O. The SMO supports four types of missile tar- • The missile is not currently targeted. The operator is re. a Load B-52 Mission Data (CF-81. ing requests. the tar.n). In addition. the operator must select tive targeting operations and update any targeting another weapon group. until a missile DTUC is accessible. Missiles that have previously selected. The following targeting operations will be termi- nated. Less [AMI] If a missile mission DTUC is not acces- • Retarget-all (CF-589). prior to launch. JASSM missions are pre. faults JASSM WPN DATA?? and xy:WPN NOGO on Delivery (NAWD) processor will terminate any ac. ing data. geting requests as described in the following para- • No other targeting operation is active. JASSM targets. Mis- provided to the missiles. If a CF-DD command loaded with preplanned targeting data will be con- was entered for a Direct Targeting operation. T. if active. targeting data items. display associated with that targeting operation to in- dicate targeting did not complete. weapon mission group is accessible. sidered untargeted and automatic targeting will be get assignment will be removed from each missile performed on those missiles. If a CF-DD command was entered for a Direct Targeting opera- tion. sume when the missile mission DTUC is accessible again and no other targeting operations are active. occur in conjunction. NOTE Targeting may take up to two minutes. This paragraph describes the types of missile target.

The SMO will then restore command. 1B-52H-34-2-8 The missiles are targeted with specific targeting data to the selected missile. prior to CF-DD. While targeting data is being transferred. The manual targeting request allows the operator This will result in the loss of targeting data pre- to command the transfer of targeting data associat. ing the display associated with the current target- targeting data will be transferred to missiles as di. Targeting data ed with specific launch points to selected missile(s). the opera. rected by the B-52 mission. all missiles in window 4. After the transfer of targeting data has CF-589 command.O. viously transferred to the missiles. the missile assignment data to the original values of the B-52 mission that is loaded and initiate auto- JASSM Target Assignment (CF-586) (Manual Targeting) matic targeting of all missiles assigned to a launch point or target with the pre-planned targeting data. the launch point or target number will be displayed in bright underline video Once a CF-589 command is accepted. Automatic retargeting of all missiles will become untargeted and the SMO will halt any can be initiated manually by entering a CF-589 targeting in progress. The operator power-on sequence will be targeted when missile will then select a launch point and mission group power is applied. identifier of the targeting data to be transferred. Retarget All (CF-589) ber associated with the targeting data being trans- ferred will be displayed bright video in window 4 The operator can initiate the transfer of pre- for that missile on the FRMT-7 display (figure 7-4). NOTE tor will choose the missile to receive the targeting data via a MDFY-6 command. If power is applied to several missiles. via a MDFY-1 command. planned targeting data to all missiles as directed by The mission group identifier will be displayed in the currently loaded B-52 mission by entering a window 5. The exist as for automatic targeting. the launch point or target num. completed successfully. exit the current targeting request without transfer- After power is applied and initialization is complete ring targeting data to any missile. The active tar- for a missile. not have power applied or have not completed the will be displayed on the selected MFD. Missiles that do Manual Targeting display as shown in figure 7-6. A CF-DE command will data as directed by the B-52 mission that is loaded.T. 7-18 Change 2 . Subsequently. ing request from all MFDs. A CF-DD command A retarget-all command requires approxi- will initiate the transfer of designated targeting mately 2 minutes per JASSM on the aircraft. targeting data will be transferred to geting operation may also be deactivated by remov- that missile. will not be transferred unless the same conditions This is initiated by operator entry of CF-586.

1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Target Assignment (Manual Targeting) Display (CF-586) [AMI] Less [AMI] Figure 7-6 Change 3 7-19 . T.O.

Operator entry of CF-Dn. and Less signment and targeted states unchanged. OVERWRITE DATA? (YES/NO) will be operator to specify a target that is not included as a displayed requesting confirmation to overwrite the preplaned mission. will exit this targeting request and not transfer the targeting data. current direct target data. By enter. the operator can choose the targeting status of any missile. tion prompt will result in abandoning the CF-Dn com- get to be assigned to a missile. to any missile or changing the assignment status or ing a MDFY-6 command. A CF-DE command missile to receive the direct target data. where n represents the number of the direct target to receive the copied direct 7-20 Change 3 . longitude. The direct tar. The fuze mode of ate the transfer of the direct target data to the se- soft impact or hard impact can be specified by enter. A CF-DD command without a missile ing a MDFY-4 command. This process is initiated by the op. If the con- [AMI] target elevation reference. will initi- bearing to target and impact angle.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Direct Targeting (CF-588. The fuze delay time can be selected will save the data without transferring data specified by entering a MDFY-5 command. leaving the direct target n data and missile as- the target latitude. The Direct Target screen.n) target data. lected missile. signed/untargeted.T. will be displayed on the selected MFD. A firmation prompt will result in overwriting the target missile assigned to a direct target will generate its data for direct target n and any missiles previously own route to intercept target azimuth. The MDFY-3 command allows the operator to enter a A CF-DD command with missiles selected. A confirma- Direct target definition and assignment allows the tion prompt. The operator can enter mand.n. existing direct target data for direct target n with the erator entering CF-588. by entering a firmation prompt is unanswered after 60 seconds. A YES response to the con- figure 7-7. elevation. be specified by entering a MDFY-2 command. The missile’s cruise altitude can default answer of NO will be assumed. will result in the Direct Target currently displayed being copied to direct target n. A NO response to the confirma- get request allows the operator to specify a direct tar. the MDFY-1 command. Waypoints assigned/targeted to direct target n will be unas- cannot be specified for a direct target.

DE = E SC CF .DD =DONE CF .5 8 8 n ’ ENTER E TO SE L ECT OR 0 TO DE L E TE A75613 Figure 7-7 Change 3 7-20A .DN =COP Y TO D I R TGT ( D 1 −D 6 ) 12 (ALL TOP BOXES) 6 WPNS TO SE L ECT 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 13 1 4 OF 1 5 − − − −CF . T.n) Less [AMI] [AMI] D I RECT TGT 1 2 L AT L ONG AL T 1 TGT P T 3 4 5 ’ 6 ’ 2 CRU I SE AL T o o 3 BRNG TO TGT 7 I MP ACT ANGL E 8 4 F UZE MODE 9 10 1 − SOF T 2 −HARD 5 F UZ E DE L AY 11 ( 0−7 ) CF .O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Direct Target Definition Display (CF-588.

000 mission groups associated with the launch point feet as the default value (99999). The impact angle is entered in window 8 of CF-588. F. min. On CF-588. The input is numeric and ranges from 1 to 99. If the operator target. The default impact angle is 60 degrees. min- by entering 2. Valid IKB specify a cruise altitude (MSL) for the JASSM on input entries for window 3 are A. the missile will use a MISSION GROUP IDENTIFIER built in maximum value of 70. the currently ure 7-7). FUZE MODE TARGET LOCATION The fuze mode indicator. (figure 7-6) of the Manual Tar. The target erenced to Crush Switch. the default value. The operator can select a fuze entry key fields are: mode of Soft by entering 1 or a fuze mode of Hard • Target point reference latitude in degrees. nal ground track to the target (figure 7-8). Although entries group A will be assumed. CRUISE ALTITUDE (figure 7-6) the mission group identifier associated with that launch point is entered in window 3 of the The cruise altitude indicator. • Target point reference elevation ([AMI] MSL. The de- tion by the operator initiated by MDFY-n. to G-force Sensor. The operator will use cates the missile will use the angle from the aircraft the same missile selection process for manual tar. is used to Manual Targeting display. • Less [AMI] Target point elevation reference (HAE or MSL). the affected data fields will be displayed in reverse video. C. window 6. figure 7-7. is The target location is the geographical position and used to specify a fuze mode of either soft impact ref- elevation which a missile is to strike. the operator valid input values are from 0 (level) to 90 (vertical) must select the launch point number associated degrees. to the target at point of release. require data item entry/modifica.O. represents the MFD line number associated with (figure 7-7) of the Direct Target screen (CF-588). enters an invalid command through the IKB. the data to be entered/modified. window 9.000 feet. (figure 7-7). If no mis. prior to operator entry. and ten-thousandths of a minute. depending on the fuze mode utes. Less [AMI] MSL or HAE) in feet. A default value of 1 (Soft) is displayed • Target point reference longitude in degrees. The launch point number is en- tered in window 2. Along with the missile event selected in window 2. NOTE geting display (CF-586). utes. which indi- Target Definition displays. or hard impact referenced location data fields appear on the direct target defi. Valid entries for this field range from 0 to identified mission group will be assumed.000 feet are permitted. All data on pages 7-20C through 7-20D (Deleted). Several data items The valid input values are from 0 to 360 degrees (0 are common to the Manual Targeting and Direct = North) and 999. If the TARGET IMPACT ANGLE operator enters invalid data values. the missile will characters (A-F) is dependent on the quantity of not fly above 22. The missile uses 15. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Targeting Data Items BEARING TO TARGET Direct target definition (CF-588) and manual tar. B. The In order to manually target a missile. the command will be displayed in reverse video.T. where n sired bearing to target is entered in window 7. as the bearing to geting and direct target assignment. selected. The text SOFT or HARD will be dis- played in window 10. the Direct Target screen (figure 7-7). mum value of 20. If it is left blank. the JASSM Direct Targeting display (fig- may be left blank. a default mission played prior to operator entry. the default value. Only the numbers of launch If less than 20 is entered for an impact points defined by the B-52 mission to be launch angle. The range of valid alpha from 0 to 45. with the target. the JASSM Direct nition screen (CF-588). The bearing to target specifies the weapon’s termi- geting (CF-586). 7-20B Change 3 . dis- sion group has been preplaned. The target impact angle specifies the angle in de- grees. (figure 7-6). or it CF-588. 45000 feet (MSL) and 99999. and ten-thousandths of a minute. E. and missile type currently loaded. relative to local level plane at the target (fi- LAUNCH POINT NUMBER gure 7-8). If more than 70 is entered for an impact angle. D. The position Targeting display. the missile will use a built in mini- points for the SMO that is loaded are valid.

T. Window 12 will fault value of 0 is displayed prior to operator entry. 2 15 • The missile is not present or is unavailable for 3 20 selection due to a permanent fatal fault following 4 30 a CF-DD command and is not a selected missile. window 12.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Target Definition Figure 7-8 FUZE DELAY MISSILE SELECTION INDICATOR Fuze delay in milliseconds can be specified by en. is used tering a corresponding delay entry number in when selecting missiles during a manual targeting window 11. A fuze delay will delay detonation from sponding missile is selected for targeting and 0 in- the time of impact by the specified time value. Valid entries are shown in the are E and 0 (zero). where E indicates that the corre- table below. dicates the missile is not selected. be blank when any of the following conditions are true: VALID ENTRIES MILLISECOND DELAY • The missile is not present 0 0 • The missile is not selected and is unavailable for 1 10 selection due to a permanent fatal fault prior to a CF-DD command. of the JASSM Direct Targeting display or direct target definition operation. A de. 5 40 6 50 7 120 7-21 . Valid entries (CF-588) figure 7-7. The missile selection indicator.

T.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8

TARGETING TECHNIQUES NOTE

This section describes the methods and procedures Do not initiate a manual targeting or direct
used when entering targeting data for the following targeting operation to weapons that have
targeting operations: not achieved a GO status (FRMT-7, JASSM
• Manual targeting.
Status).
• Direct targeting. Missile/Target Assignment (Manual Targeting)
When a targeting display is initially requested, the Data Entry Process
associated targeting operation becomes active. Sub-
sequently, the same targeting display can be re- To perform the manual targeting operation, the
quested on another MFD by entering the associated Manual Targeting display (CF-586) must be dis-
targeting display request command while that tar- played on the selected MFD. The Manual Targeting
geting operation is active. This capability can be display is shown in figure 7-6. The detailed data
used to allow the other operator to view targeting entry process is described below.
data. Once the targeting display is requested on
A. Enter CF-586.
another MFD, the targeting process control com-
mands, CF-DD and CF-DE, can also be entered for NOTE
that MFD. By using this method, the operators will
be able to view and confirm data that is being en- A CF-DE command can be entered to aban-
tered or continue the targeting process if an IKB don the manual targeting operation at any
failure occurs. time. When a CF-DE command is entered,
the manual targeting operation is termi-
NOTE nated, and all associated targeting displays
will remain displayed and updated. The tar-
If data is being entered by both operators, geting availability status for each location/
data input by one operator can be overwrit- station, window 5, figure 7-6 will continue
ten by data input by the other operator. to be statused. All remaining windows will
be blanked.
Once a target data set modification or direct target-
ing operation has been completed via a CF-DD com- Upon entry of a valid CF-586 command:
mand, that targeting operation is no longer active.
The manual targeting operation will remain active CF-586 display will be presented on the selected
after a CF-DD command has been entered. Once a MFD as shown in figure 7-6.
manual targeting or direct targeting operation has
been exited using a CF-DE command, that target- The location and station of each missile that is
ing operation will no longer be active. present and available for selection is displayed in
window 6. The locations are assigned from left to
NOTE right across the screen in the preferred launch se-
quence, figure 7-21. This status is continually up-
An active targeting operation will also be dated while the manual targeting display is present
deactivated if the display associated with on the MFD.
the active targeting operation is removed
from all MFDs or a valid Retarget All com- Blanks are displayed in the column location re-
mand (CF-589) or Load B-52 Sortie Mission served for each missile that is not present or not
Data (CF-81,n) command is entered. available for selection due to a permanent fatal
fault.
If the operator enters an invalid command through
the IKB, the command is displayed in reverse vi- • Targeting data loading status (window 1).
deo. If an invalid value is input in more than one • Launch Point number (window 2).
field, only the first field with an invalid value is • Mission group identifier (window 3).
displayed in reverse video when the ENTER key is • Missile selection status indicator (window 4).
pressed. If a valid value is input for that window, • Number of missiles remaining to be selected
the next window with an invalid value is displayed (window 6).
in reverse video on MFD command line. • Number of missiles required (window 7).

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B. Enter MDFY-1 to copy line 1 to the MFD com- The remaining number of missiles to be selected, if
mand line for modification. any, is displayed in window 6. JASSM targets re-
quire only one missile.
The information contained on line 1 is copied to the
MFD command line as: • The value in window 6 should be 1 when no
weapon is selected or 0 when one weapon is
1 LAUNCH POINT (1-99) nn MISSION GROUP selected. If more than one missile is selected,
(A-F) a the difference is displayed as a negative num-
ber in reverse video.
NOTE NOTE

Modifiable fields are shown in boldface for If more than one missile is selected, all se-
convenience, but are highlighted as defined lected missiles will have ranging inhib-
when displayed on the MFD. ited until corrected by the operator. CF-
C. Enter the desired launch point and mission DD, CF-DE, or leaving the CF-586 screen
group identifier. are sufficient to remove the inhibit.

nn is the desired launch point number, where nn is
• If no missile is selected, a 1 is displayed in
normal video indicating that one missile re-
a valid JASSM launch point number from 01 to 99. mains to be selected.
a is the desired mission group identifier, where a is The contents of window 4 will be updated to show
any value from A to F. The mission group identifier which missiles are assigned.
default is A.
Upon entry of the launch point and mission group, If more than one missile is selected, the least pre-
the missile assignment is indicated by an E in win- ferred missiles will be deselected by the SMO to re-
dow 4. Missiles not assigned to the launch point duce the number of missiles selected to one missile
will be indicated with a 0 in window 4. required for the designated target when a CF-DD
command is entered. The contents of window 6 will
D. Enter MDFY-6 to copy line 6 to the MFD com- be updated with a 0 displayed in normal video. The
mand line for modification contents of window 4 will then be updated to show
which missile is assigned.
The information contained on line 6 is copied to the
MFD command line as: G. Enter CF-DD to save the target data and initi-
ate the downloading of the targeting data to the se-
6xxxxxxxxxxxx lected missiles.
NOTE
The instruction ENTER E TO SELECT OR 0 TO
DELETE is displayed on the bottom of the MFD.
A CF-DD command will be accepted only af-
E. Key in the desired missile assignment indica- ter the missile launch point number and
tor as follows: mission group identifier have been input,
one missile required has been determined,
x is the indicated missile assigned to the indicated and the Less [AMI] missile mission DTC
missile launch point or launch point and mission ([AMI] Weapon Group Data) is accessible.
group identifier. Input is either E to indicate the
missile has been selected, or 0 to indicate the mis- The currently selected missile and the missile cur-
sile is not selected. rently assigned will be set as untargeted.
NOTE NOTE

Only one missile is required for assignment These missiles will no longer be targeted to
to the designated launch point. If more than their previous missile launch point or direct
one missile is selected, ranging will be in- target.
hibited for all selected missiles while manu-
al targeting is active.
F. Press the ENTER key. the missile selection
status for the desired missile location/station will
be updated and displayed on line 6.

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Assignment of selected missiles and the transfer of Direct Targeting Data Entry Process
targeting data to selected missiles is initiated.
To perform the direct targeting operation, the Di-
NOTE rect Target Definition Display (CF-588) (figure 7-7)
must be displayed on the selected MFD. The pro-
Missile power must be applied to a selected cess is described in detail below.
missile in order to be targeted. A selected
missile which does not have power applied A. Enter CF-588,n (figure 7-7) where n (1 to 6) is
will not be targeted until power is applied the number of the direct target to be defined.
and the manual targeting operation is ter- NOTE
minated by either entering CF-DE or by re-
moving the manual targeting display from A CF-DE command can be entered to exit
all MFDs. the direct target operation without down-
loading data to the missile at any time prior
Data modification will be inhibited and associated to entry of a CF-DD command. When a CF-
targeting displays will remain displayed and up- DE command is entered, the direct target
dated as follows: operation is terminated, data modification
• All line 1 and line 6 modifiable variables will is inhibited, and the specified direct target
be blank. number will remain displayed on the top of
• Windows 6 and 7 will be blank. the MFD. The targeting availability status
• LOADING will be displayed in window 15 in for each location/station will continue to be
bright blinking video while the data is being statused. All remaining windows are
downloaded to the missiles. blanked. The direct target data will not be
saved if a CF-DE command is entered. The
H. The targeting process of each selected missile
previous direct target data is maintained.
can be monitored on the FRMT-7 display. The
CF-586 display will be updated as follows:
Upon entry of a valid CF-588,n command:
If the transfer of targeting data to all selected mis-
siles completes successfully: The CF-588 display is presented on the selected
• COMPLT is displayed in window 1 in normal
MFD.
video.
• The location/station of assigned missiles will
The identifier n (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, or 6) for the requested
direct target is displayed on the top of the MFD,
be displayed in reverse video in the appropri-
window 1. The targeting completion status, window
ate window 5.
• Data will remain displayed in all modifiable
2 will be blank.
windows and windows 6 and 7.
The location and station of each missile that is
If the transfer of targeting data to all selected mis- present and does not have a permanent fatal fault
siles completes unsuccessfully: is displayed on the bottom of the MFD in a reserved
• COMPLT is displayed in window 1 in reverse
column location (window 13). The column locations
are assigned from left to right across the screen in
video.
• The location/station of the unsuccessfully tar-
preferred launch sequence. The video mode of win-
dow 13 indicates each missile’s targeting availabil-
geted missile is displayed in reverse video in
ity status (figure 7-7). This status is updated while
the appropriate window 5.
• Data will remain displayed in all modifiable
the Direct Target Definition display is present on
the MFD.
windows and windows 6 and 7.

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If the requested direct target data is requested for fffff is the target point elevation (window 5) in feet
the first time: (MSL, Less [AMI] or HAE). Input ranges from
• The target point reference latitude (window 3),
–328 to 32810 feet.
longitude (window 4), and elevation (window 5) Less [AMI] r is the target elevation reference (win-
with a default value of 0, Less [AMI] and target dow 6). Valid input is 0 or 1. 0 represents a mea-
elevation reference (window 6) with a default surement of MSL for the target point elevation
value of 1 will be displayed. while 1 indicates HAE.
• Cruise altitude (window 6) is displayed with D. Press the ENTER key.
a default value of 99999 feet which indicates
the missile will use the default value of 15000 The entered latitude, longitude, elevation, and Less
feet MSL. [AMI] target elevation reference will be displayed
• The Bearing to Target (window 7) will have a on line 1, windows 3, 4, 5 and Less [AMI] 6.
default value of 999, which indicates the mis-
sile will determine the BTT at the point of E. Enter MDFY-2 to copy line 2 to the MFD com-
release. Impact angle (window 8) will have a mand line for modification.
default value of 60 degrees. The information contained on line 2 is copied to the
• Fuze mode (window 9) will have a default val- MFD command line as:
ue of 1, SOFT.
• Fuze delay (window 11) will have a default 2 CRUISE ALT fffff’
value of 0. F. Key in the desired cruise altitude using the
If data for the requested direct target has been pre- IKB.
viously changed and saved, the targeting data for
fffff’ is the desired cruise altitude in feet MSL
the specified direct target n is displayed.
(window 6). Valid input range is from 0 to 45000
The following steps outline the data modification feet, however, the missile will not fly above 22,000
process which is initiated by entering a MDFY-n feet. A value of 99999 is displayed prior to operator
command where n is the line number of the data to entry, indicating that the default value of 15,000
be copied to MFD command line. The steps below feet is being used.
are ordered from entry of a MDFY-1 through
MDFY-6. Data can be entered in any order and se- G. Press the ENTER key.
quencing through the lines in order is not required. H. Enter MDFY-3 to copy line 3 to the MFD com-
mand line for modification.
B. Enter MDFY-1 to copy line 1 to the MFD com-
mand line for modification. The information contained on line 3 will be copied
The information contained on line 1 is copied to the to the command line of the MFD as:
MFD command line as follows:
3 BRNG TO TGT bbb° IMPACT ANGLE dd°
1 TGT PT addomm.mmmm adddomm.mmmm I. Key in the desired Bearing to Target and Im-
fffff’ Less [AMI] r pact Angle using the IKB.
NOTE bbb° is the desired bearing to target in degrees
(window 7). Valid input range is from 0 to 360 de-
Modifiable fields are shown in boldface for grees (0 = North) or 999. The default value of 999 is
convenience, but are highlighted as defined displayed prior to operator entry. The default value
when displayed on the MFD. indicates that the missile will determine it’s bear-
C. Key in the desired target latitude, longitude, ing to target from the aircraft to the target at time
elevation, and Less [AMI] elevation reference using of launch.
the IKB. dd° is the desired impact angle for the missile in
addomm.mmmm is the target latitude (window 3) in degrees (window 8).
degrees, minutes, and ten-thousandths of a minute. The default impact angle is 60 degrees. Valid input
a = N for North and S for South. dd = degrees from 0 values are from 0 (level) to 90 (vertical) degrees,
to 90. mm.mmmm = minutes from 00 to 59 and ten- however, the missile will only use an impact angle
thousandths of a minute from 0000 to 9999. ranging from 20 to 70 degrees.
adddomm.mmmm is the target longitude (window J. Press the ENTER key.
4) in degrees, minutes, and ten-thousandths of a
minute. a = E for East and W for West. ddd = de-
grees from West 180 to East 179. mm.mmmm =
minutes from 00 to 59 and ten-thousandths of a
minute from 0000 to 9999.

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K. Enter MDFY-4 to copy line 4 to the MFD com- R. Press the ENTER key.
mand line for modification.
The remaining number of missiles to be selected, if
The information contained on line 4 will be copied any, is displayed in window 14. JASSM targets re-
to the command line of the MFD as: quire only one missile.

4 FUZE MODE n XXXX
• The value in window 6 should be 1 when no
weapon is selected or 0 when one weapon is
selected. If more than one missile is selected
L. Key in the desired Fuze Mode Identifier using the difference is displayed as a negative num-
the IKB. ber in reverse video.
n is the missile’s fuze impact setting. Valid inputs NOTE
for fuze mode are 1 (Soft Impact) and 2 (Hard Im-
pact). The default value of 1 is displayed prior to If more than one missile is selected, all se-
operator entry. lected missiles will have ranging inhib-
M. Press the ENTER key. ited until corrected by the operator. CF-
DD, CF-DE, or leaving the CF-586 screen
The entered fuze mode is displayed on line 4, win- are sufficient to remove the inhibit.
dow 9. The corresponding fuze mode of SOFT or
HARD is displayed in window 10.
• If no missile is selected, a 1 is displayed in
normal video indicating that one missile re-
N. Enter MDFY-5 to copy line 5 to the MFD com- mains to be selected.
mand line for modification. The contents of window 12 will be updated to show
The information contained on line 5 will be copied which missiles are selected.
to the command line of the MFD as:
If more than one missile is selected, the least pre-
5 FUZE DELAY n (0-7) ferred missiles will be deselected by the SMO to re-
duce the number of missiles selected to one missile
O. Key in the desired Fuze Delay Identifier using required for the designated target when a CF-DD
the IKB. command is entered. The contents of window 6 will
be updated with a 0 displayed in normal video. The
n is a single digit entry that identifies the millisec- contents of window 4 will then be updated to show
ond fuze delay of the missile. Valid input entries for which missile is assigned.
fuze delay are 0 through 7.
S. If no other missiles are to be selected, enter
P. Press the ENTER key. CF-DD to save the direct target data and initiate
The entered fuze delay identifier is displayed in the downloading of the targeting data to the se-
window 11. lected missiles.
NOTE
Select/deselect missile(s) to be assigned to the des-
ignated target as follows: If no missile is selected and a CF-DD com-
mand is entered, the data for the desig-
Q, Enter MDFY-6 to copy line 6 to the MFD com-
nated direct target will be saved.
mand line for modification.
The instruction ENTER ‘E’ TO SELECT OR ‘0’ TO Currently selected missiles and missiles currently
DELETE is displayed on the MFD. assigned will be set as untargeted.

NOTE NOTE

Only one missile is required for assignment These missiles will no longer be targeted to
to the designated direct target. If more than their previous launch point or direct target.
one missile is selected, ranging will be in-
hibited for all selected missiles while direct
targeting is active.

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O. T. window 13. will continue to be statused. • All modifiable windows and windows 14 and • The specified direct target number will re. video. • The targeting availability status for each loca- 2. main displayed in window 1. • Data will remain displayed in all modifiable windows and windows 14 and 15. 7-27/(7-28 blank) . • COMPLT is displayed in window 2 in reverse • All remaining windows will be blanked. 1B-52H-34-2-8 The SMO will compute the targeting data for each T. • The location/station of each missile that was not successfully targeted is displayed in re- verse video in the appropriate window 13. data to the missiles. loaded to the missiles. If the transfer of targeting data to the selected missiles completes unsuccessfully: tion/station. The CF-588 display will be updated as follows: • A selected missile that does not have power 1. propriate window 13. dated as follows: • The location/station of assigned missiles is • LOADING is displayed in window 2 in bright displayed in bright underline video in the ap- blinking video while the data is being down. missile completes successfully: Data modification will be inhibited and associated targeting displays will remain displayed and up- • COMPLT is displayed in window 2 in normal video. If the transfer of targeting data to the selected applied will be assigned but not targeted. The targeting process of the selected missile selected missile and initiate the transfer of that can be monitored on the FRMT-7 display. 15 will be blank.

BLA .

omitting all waypoints. • A direct target mission has been downloaded into The In-Range LAR is the larger of the two. This LAR is determined during missile mission planning. The missile will approach the target from the direc- • The current B-52 mission destination has a tion of the waypoint immediately prior to the tar- launch point associated with it and an associated get. The automat- missiles on which Manual or Direct Target. mand. Figure 7-9 illustrates an LAR achievability/timing calculations for the asso. but not In-Zone will command the as the current weapon event with a PRGM-Dn com. at the closest point of approach. and therefore cannot fulfill a TOT requirement. and used to determine The SMO will perform Safe Launch advisories and the B-52 route planning. ic launch point. As a result. In-Range and In-Zone. JASSM Static LAR Figure 7-9 7-29 . the missile will arrive at the target within ±5 ability Region (LAR) to determine when a target is seconds of the planned TOT. time. 1B-52H-34-2-8 TARGET RANGING In-Zone for launch. In-Range and static In-Zone LAR. If launched at the preplanned JASSM uses a preplanned Static Launch Accept. Launch a missile and that direct target has been selected while In-Range. allowing a launch Ranging will be inhibited for all selected that will follow the preplanned route. is ing is in progress. The In-Zone LAR is NOTE smaller than the In-Range LAR with tighter toler- ances on location and heading.O. missile to fly to the target. the preplanned route of flight. T. an In-Range launch does not follow target mission has been downloaded into a missile. explained further in the In-Zone LAR subsection and in figure 7-13. ciated target if any of the following conditions exist: There are two type of LARs.

If missile ranging cannot be performed be. TTG to rect targets) ranging request for its data. mission data. The JASSM launch points (Direct Targets. and has been sile. TTG to Exit In-Range/In- Zone and safe launch verification is performed for The JASSM SMO only polls operational missiles the current ranging event.T. ranging message and determine the current rang- ing event in order to provide ranging information • Operator created Direct Target. The launch point with a higher priority (Current.O. and the current ranging event will be one of the following current aircraft flight conditions. Time to Go (TTG) to the In-Range/In- Zone LARs. or has a power-off fault. The JASSM SMO pro. The SAIR pa. next. the JASSM SMO marks the missile as not In-Range. indications as follows: • The current ranging event (non-operator se- • FRMT-7 Missile Status and Inventory for all lected ranging event) is not the current (In- present missiles. • Operator deselection. and other di. behind the aircraft and the aircraft has exited the In-Range LAR. Achievability. the JASSM allows the operator to select the current ranging SMO will attempt a ranging cycle rate of one (1) event when the selected destination is a JASSM missile per pylon per major frame to accommodate launch point. The JASSM SMO provides In-Range/In-Zone status • For direct targets. The current ranging event is defined as the next planned missile event on the Carrier Mission data The JASSM SMO polls the missile associated with based on the current destination of the aircraft the current ranging event a minimum of once per (current mission leg only) when not pre-empted by second. 1B-52H-34-2-8 The JASSM SMO computes In-Range and In-Zone Current Ranging Event achievability. The cycle will continue with the next major frame • The missile event is disabled (missiles per tar- get is less than 1). cause it failed to satisfy the above criteria. takes precedence over the next missile event indi- vides the capability to interrupt the ranging cycle cated in the carrier mission data. An operator selected ranging event both of these requirements. with the next missile in the cycle for the respective pylon. The JASSM SMO also sile every two (2) seconds. and ensures event when one of the following occurs: the In-Range TTG values are marked as invalid. ing event for direct targets. The JASSM SMO terminates the current ranging unachievable (clear any steering cues). and Time to Go (TTG) out of In-Range/ The current ranging event will be determined from In-Zone LARs for the ranging event. Min TDS. for operator display and launch processing. due to destination sequencing. However. must have missiles assigned. the B-52 Mission data as it is flown by the aircraft rameters are computed as a function of the LAR except when pre-empted by operator action.) gets. The JASSM SMO missile event types: will establish a ranging cycle for polling a missile’s • Preplanned JASSM Launch Point. Next Ranging SMO allows the operator to select the current rang- Event). the JASSM SMO polls at least one (1) mis. The data provided by the missiles. Range or In-Zone LAR) destination identified • PRGM Display (Launch and Ranging data) for in the Carrier Mission data. continues the ranging calculations for the current launch point using the last valid data from the mis- All missile stations will be included in the ranging sile prior to commanding Commit To Separate Store cycle. Enter In-Range/In-Zone. the operator changes the system to Automatic Launch mode. During launch countdown. the JASSM SMO targeted by the JASSM SMO. 7-30 . • The missile is in the process of being powered off. (This may occur the current ranging event and all direct tar. The missile associated and starts the ranging cycle when the aircraft is with the current ranging event and the missile en- airborne and at least one missile is present and tered into launch countdown must be the same mis- powered on with Min TXA. (CTS). For missiles associated with other targets/ an operator selected missile event. • Missile event recording when there is a • The mission data preplanned launch point is change of status.

that points to the target and blanks the TTG In- Range. using the aircraft prime ground track from FMS and The JASSM SMO shall not range on a missile event azimuth of Target with respect to aircraft if any of the following conditions exist: prime position relative to True North. exit points of the In-Range LAR when the aircraft is outside the In-Range circle and In-Range is In-Range Achievability achievable. 0:00 will be displayed for TTG-R Range is achievable (value of In-Range circle radius entry time. • The missile event (non-operator selected rang- ground track line through aircraft position. ing event) is not the current (In-Range or In. The geometry defining an unachievable In-Range tion sequencing). spect to aircraft position relative to the er-off fault. prime position relative to the ground track come the current ranging event. JASSM SMO will remove the directional arrow. when In-Range. ground track line with In-Range LAR circle. The JASSM SMO computes the TTG to the entry/ gets identified as the current/next ranging events. If TTG to exit is equal and longitude. the The missile provides the characteristics of the In. using the range from aircraft to Target. or has a pow. Once the aircraft is inside LAR. until passing the point of IN-RANGE LAR closest point of approach (CPOA) to the direct tar- get. the JASSM SMO provides a directional arrow to the current destination of the aircraft. • The missile event is disabled (missiles per tar- • Target downrange and crossrange distance from aircraft prime position with respect to get is less than 1). using the air. LAR is illustrated in figure 7-11. JASSM In-Range Unachievable Zone LAR) destination identified in the B-52 Mission data (This may occur due to destina. The In-Range calculations are only performed for the launch points and direct tar. The JASSM SMO blanks the TTG when In- prime position relative to North. the TTG to exit lowing: counts down to zero as the aircraft approaches the • Range from aircraft prime position to Target exit point. with In-Range LAR circle) and current prime air- able. closest intersection point of aircraft current aircraft ground track will intersect the In. The JASSM SMO processes data to determine if In. line through aircraft prime position. azimuth of Target with re- the process of being powered off. Figure thest intersection point of aircraft ground track line 7-10 illustrates when JASSM is In-Range achiev.O. however. The JASSM SMO computes TTG using distance to enter/exit In-Range (current prime air- The JASSM SMO sets In-Range Achievable. T. far- Range circle for the current ranging event. or greater than one hour. 7-31 . if unachievable. The TTG displayed may have an error of up to $5 seconds. at which In-Range Achievable transitions from tude from FMS and In-Range LAR latitude achievable to unachievable. if the craft position. from the missile and aircraft prime data to deter- mine In-Range Achievability. After passing CPOA for a direct target. • The missile is not targeted. For direct targets • Any preplanned launch point occurring prior only. Range LAR and the In-Range status to the JASSM blank the TTG. The JASSM SMO uses valid In-Range data in reverse video. and display the In-Range LAR label SMO. craft prime latitude and longitude from FMS and In-Range LAR latitude and longitude. Range becomes unachievable. TTG to enter and exit Time to Go to Enter/Exit In-Range the In-Range LAR. is in aircraft ground track. The In-Range LAR exit point is the point using the aircraft prime latitude and longi. is greater than the absolute value of Target cross- range) for a JASSM launch by computing the fol. powered off. craft ground speed from FMS. the time displayed will be • Azimuth of Target with respect to aircraft 59:59. 1B-52H-34-2-8 The missile event following the terminated current • Azimuth of Target with respect to aircraft ranging event in the Carrier Mission data will be.

O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Achievable In-Range LAR Figure 7-10 (Sheet 1 of 2) 7-32 .T.

IN-RANGE B40823 Figure 7-10 (Sheet 2 of 2) 7-33 . T. PRIOR TO ENTERING IN-RANGE B40822 PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 2 − NAV D1 D2 337 P TA 0 : 1 5 : 2 3 L 10 : 3 0 : 5 3 D1 L7 RANGE 0 : 0 0 5 9 : 5 9 TOT 1 4 : 1 5 : 2 5 MAN L NCH REQ 150 0 D 2 D 3 J ASSML P 7 E TE 1 : 0 9 : 5 5 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 L 1 1 : 3 9 : 14 − − PRGM . 1B-52H-34-2-8 PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 1 NAV D1 493 P TA 0 : 0 0 : 0 0 D1 L 10 : 0 4 : 2 2 R2 T TG−R 4 5 : 2 0 5 9 : 5 9 TOT MAN L NCH REQ 150 0 D 1 D 2 NAV 355 E TE 1 : 2 6 : 5 8 P TA 0 : 1 5 : 2 0 L 1 1 : 16 : 0 0 − − PRGM .D 1 A.O.D 1 B.

1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Unachievable In-Range LAR PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 2 NAV D1 D2 336 P TA 0 : 1 5 : 2 0 D2 L 10 : 2 7 : 4 8 R 7 T TG−R TOT MAN L NCH REQ 150 0 D 2 D 3 J ASSML P 080 E TE 1 : 0 9 : 0 6 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 L 11 : 36 : 27 − − PRGM .D 2 A.T. IN-RANGE UNACHIEVABLE ON LEFT B40824 Figure 7-11 (Sheet 1 of 2) 7-34 .O.

D 1 B. 1B-52H-34-2-8 PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 2 − NAV D1 D2 15 4 P TA 0 : 1 5 : 3 0 D1 L 10 : 14 : 3 5 L 7 T TG−R TOT MAN L NCH REQ 150 0 D 2 D 3 J ASSML P 070 E TE 0 : 5 4 : 3 6 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 L 1 1 : 0 6 : 12 − − PRGM . T.O. IN-RANGE UNACHIEVABLE ON RIGHT B40825 Figure 7-11 (Sheet 2 of 2) 7-35 .

The JASSM SMO uses In-Zone data RN/N in the Program Display to guide the crew to from the missile which is marked valid by the missile the correct release conditions. The In-Zone parameters are displayed on the MFD. but is nor- ure 7-12. JASSM In-Zone LAR Figure 7-12 7-36 . and aircraft prime data to determine In-Zone Achiev- ability. Heading toler- The definition of the In-Zone LAR is illustrated in fig. 1B-52H-34-2-8 IN-ZONE LAR HAE altitude. When In-Zone data is invalid.O. weapon is launched with a release advisory tude must be within ± 3000 feet of the planned displayed. Releases should always be at level con- the In-Zone LAR and the In-Zone status to the ditions. The missile provides the characteristics of mally ± 20°. ance is selectable in the AFMSS setup. Weapon release advisories do not inhibit launch. Release advisories are provided to the JASSM SMO.T. Possible collision between weapons To achieve In-Zone LAR.1 True Mach of preplanned release speed. Speed must be within ± 0. and between weapon and aircraft can occur if in tolerance of preplanned release conditions. TTG to enter and exit the In-Zone LAR. the TTG for the current rang- ing event missile is displayed in reverse video. the aircraft must be with. Alti.

In-Zone Arc Min Ra- dius. and In-Zone Stop Angle. Max Radius. using In-Zone Arc Center Center latitude and longitude. 1B-52H-34-2-8 In-Zone Achievability tude and longitude. using In-Zone Arc Center lati- gure 7-13 illustrates an achievable In-Zone LAR.O. itude and longitude. latitude and longitude. In-Zone Arc Max Radius. The JASSM SMO sets In-Zone Achievable to logic • Latitude and longitude for the point of inter- one if the current aircraft ground track will inter. using the current aircraft prime lati- section of In-Zone Start Angle and In-Zone tude and longitude from FMS and In-Zone Arc Arc Min Radius. tude and longitude. • Latitude and longitude for the point of inter. using In-Zone Arc Center lat. section of In-Zone Stop Angle and In-Zone Arc sect the In-Zone LAR area for the current event. In-Zone Arc Max Radius. In-Zone Arc Min Radius. as the distance d. Min Radius. • Latitude and longitude for the point of inter- • Range from aircraft position to Waypoint #1 position. and In-Zone Start JASSM In-Zone Unachievable Angle. The geometry defining an unachievable In-Zone section of In-Zone Stop Angle and In-Zone Arc LAR is illustrated in figure 7-14. as the distance d. using the current aircraft prime latitude section of In-Zone Start Angle and In-Zone and longitude from FMS and In-Zone Arc Arc Max Radius. T. Center latitude and longitude. • Azimuth of Waypoint #1 with respect to air- • Latitude and longitude for the point of inter- craft position relative to aircraft ground track line. as the distance d. Fi. The JASSM SMO processes data supplied by the • In-Zone approach azimuth with respect to the missile to determine if In-Zone is achievable for a point of intersection of In-Zone Stop Angle JASSM launch by computing the following: and In-Zone Arc Min Radius relative to North. as the distance d. using In-Zone Arc Center lati- JASSM Achievable In-Zone LAR Figure 7-13 (Sheet 1 of 3) 7-37 . and In-Zone Start Angle. and In-Zone Stop Angle.

RANGE CALCULATED.O.T. ZONE NOT CALCULATED B40826 PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 3 J ASSML P 14 7 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 LP03 L 9 : 24 : 20 L 2 T TG−R 3 : 0 9 5 9 : 5 9 TOT T TG− Z 2 2 : 5 8 1 : 26 150 0 D 3 D 4 − NAV 050 E TE 0 : 0 2 : 4 9 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 L 9 : 24 : 30 − −PRGM - B. RANGE AND ZONE CALCULATED B40827 Figure 7-13 (Sheet 2 of 3) 7-38 . 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Achievable In-Zone LAR (Cont) PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 3 J ASSML P 15 4 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 LP03 L 9 : 2 4 : 18 L 2 T TG−R 4 3 : 2 2 TOT T TG− Z ROL L MAN L NCH REQ 150 0 D 2 D 4 −NAV 080 E TE 0 : 0 2 : 4 9 P TA 0 : 1 9 : 3 0 L 9 : 24 : 25 − − PRGM - A.

IN-RANGE.O. T. NOT IN-ZONE B40828 PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 3 J ASSML P D1 D2 2 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 LP03 L 9 : 19 : 16 L 2 RANGE 0 : 0 0 5 1 : 5 3 T OT 1 4 : 1 5 : 2 0 ZONE 0 : 00 1 : 22 ROL L 150 0 D 3 D 4 NAV 052 E TE 1 : 2 6 : 5 8 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 L 9 : 19 : 2 6 − − PRGM - D. IN-RANGE AND IN-ZONE B40829 Figure 7-13 (Sheet 3 of 3) 7-39 . 1B-52H-34-2-8 PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 3 J ASSML P D1 33 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 3 1 L 9 : 24 : 21 LP03 L2 RANGE 0 : 0 0 5 9 : 5 9 TOT 1 4 : 1 5 : 3 3 T TG− Z 1 3 : 1 6 1 : 59 MAN L NCH REQ 150 0 D 3 D 4 −NAV 051 E TE 0 : 0 2 : 4 9 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 L 9 : 24 : 22 − − PRGM - C.

O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Unachievable In-Zone LAR PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 3 J ASSML P D1 15 4 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 LP03 L 8 : 43 : 03 L 2 RANGE 0 : 0 0 5 9 : 5 9 TOT 1 4 : 1 5 : 2 0 T TG− Z MAN L NCH REQ 150 0 D 3 D 4 −NAV 052 E TE 0 : 0 2 : 4 9 P TA 0 : 1 9 : 3 0 L 8 : 4 3 : 19 − − PRGM - B40830 Figure 7-14 7-40 .T.

is achievable for a JASSM launch. If the closest Min Radius) and current prime aircraft point of approach is not within the In-Zone LAR. but within the In-Range LAR. the time to requires a manual launch. When In-Zone for Altitude. but In-Range LAR is achievable. The JASSM SMO computes the TTG to the entry/ exit point of the In-Zone LAR area when the air. Figure 7-15 illustrates exit counts down to zero. the JASSM SMO re- The JASSM SMO displays the current Time on Tar. quires a manual launch. intersection point of within the In-Zone LAR. Mach and Heading. T. ground speed. LAR. In-Zone Advisories craft is outside the In-Zone LAR area and In-Zone Achievable is achievable. Max Radius) and current prime aircraft the JASSM SMO determines the closest point of ap- ground speed. get (TOT) on PRGM screen any time the missile in- JASSM Closest Point of Approach Outside In-Zone LAR Figure 7-15 (Sheet 1 of 2) 7-41 . once In-Zone. the JASSM SMO Once the aircraft is inside In-Zone LAR. have an error up to $5 seconds with TTG-Z entry the JASSM SMO shall compute In-Zone advisories time displayed as 0:00. The TTG displayed may When In-Zone is achievable for a JASSM launch. For aircraft ground track line with In-Zone Arc a JASSM Launch Point within the In-Zone LAR. If the closest point of approach is prime aircraft position. For preplanned JASSM launch points which do not Time on Target have an In-Zone LAR defined. the JASSM SMO will al- aircraft ground track line with In-Zone Arc low an automatic launch at this point. intersection point of tude are identified in the missile Mission data.O. the JASSM SMO processes data to determine Time to Go to enter/ Preplanned Launch Point (Mission Data Preplanned exit In-Zone by using the following parameters: Missions Only) • Distance to go to In-Zone entry point (current The preplanned Launch Point latitude and longi- prime aircraft position. The JASSM SMO blanks CPOA geometry for a CPOA outside the In-Zone TTG when In-Zone in unachievable. proach (CPOA) for the preplanned launch point • Distance to go to In-Zone exit point (current (JASSM LP). 1B-52H-34-2-8 Time to Go to Enter/Exit In-Zone dicates an In-Range or In-Zone status for the cur- rent ranging event.

O. IN-ZONE. PRIOR TO IN-ZONE B40831 PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 3 J ASSML P D1 D2 5 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 LP03 L 9 : 53 : 36 L 2 RANGE 0 : 0 0 5 5 : 1 9 TOT 1 4 : 1 5 : 1 2 T TG− Z 0 : 00 1 : 23 TRN L EF T 150 0 D 3 D 4 − NAV 052 E TE 0 : 0 2 : 4 9 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 L 9 : 53 : 11 − − PRGM - B. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Closest Point of Approach Outside In-Zone LAR (Cont) PMD 1 CPA 800 ’ 150 0 D 3 J ASSML P D1 D2 16 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 LP03 L 9 : 53 : 36 L 2 RANGE 0 : 0 0 5 5 : 1 9 TOT 1 4 : 1 5 : 1 7 T TG− Z 1 : 59 0 : 12 HDG TOL MAN L NCH REQ 150 0 D 3 D 4 − NAV 052 E TE 0 : 0 2 : 5 0 P TA 0 : 1 6 : 5 1 L 9 : 53 : 43 − − PRGM - A. OUT OF HEADING TOLERANCE B40832 Figure 7-15 (Sheet 2 of 2) 7-42 .T.

This status der to achieve In-Range. In-Range • Window 9 indicates the Weapon TOT which is will be displayed upon launch. and ground track. provided in windows 5 (Range) and 11 (Zone) of the • Window 6 indicates the time to go (mm:ss) in or. ence in the timing of these indications. blank. CTOF rep. the reverse video text SKR indicates the mis- lowing is a summary of the windows which provide sile mission requires a seeker and either a terminal ranging data displayed on the PRGM screen. The In-Range/In-Zone status for missile launches is • The In-Range status is displayed in window 5. the highest applicable advi- resents the estimated flight time from the current sory message will be displayed on the PRGM dis- aircraft position to the target along the In-Range play. within 8 seconds of exiting In-Zone. it will fly • Window 8 displays TOT (Time on Target) label if waypoints. 7-43 . if it is In-Zone or was In-Zone in the last 8 seconds. The • The In-Zone status is displayed in window 11. sile assigned to the target. PRGM Screen display. CTOF is the time from WEAPON LAUNCH ADVISORIES release (Umbilical separation) to target impact based on current aircraft position and heading. (CTOF) plus UTC when CTOF is returned from a weapon ranging on a target. TOT is accurate within ±5 seconds only and the corrective action are contained at the end of if the aircraft is In-Zone and the mission is planned this section in figure 7-23. in minutes and seconds if the aircraft continues flying NOTE at the current ground speed. and ground track. latency. The launch ability and IN-RANGE/IN-ZONE INDICATION ranging status of the missile is displayed in this window. 1B-52H-34-2-8 TARGET RANGING INDICATIONS • Window 13 indicates the remaining In-Zone time for a launch point in minutes and seconds if the Operator entry of PRGM displays the PRGM screen aircraft continues flying at the current ground (figure 7-16) that will contain ranging data if any of speed. If the missile was launched the missile is calculating the Time of Flight. window 14) to alert the mated flight time from the current aircraft position aircrew that an action is required to ensure weapon to the target along the preplanned flight path. the aircraft is already In-Range. T. but the missile calculated by adding the Current Time of Flight will fly an In-Zone profile. When multiple weapon the aircraft is In-Range and not In-Zone. Operator entry of • Window 15 indicates seeker guidance capability. Once the missile is launched.6). MAN LNCH data is being provided. PRGM-Dn displays the PRGM screen with ranging A blank indicates missile has seeker guidance capa- data for the defined direct target (n = 1 . In-Range and In-Zone indications describe • Window 12 indicates the time to go (mm:ss) in the status of the weapon. see figure 7-16. the aircraft is already In-Zone. altitude. it is possible there may be a differ- Range or the target is a preplaned target.O. If a manual launch is required. If the window is • Window 4 displays the location/station of the mis. If the time displayed is ored by the weapon when launched. weapon. Preplaned targets will not use arrow tions are independently calculated by the steering cues. such as computing method and data indicates the aircraft is on track to intersect In. the preceding conditions exist. If the time displayed is is displayed in different video modes to indicate 00:00. If launch parameters are met. The defined JASSM weapon launch advisories flight path. NOTE • Window 10 displays an arrow as a steering cue when the aircraft is not on track and needs to steer Weapon launch advisories are calculated by either left ( ← ) or right ( → ) in order to achieve the aircraft. In-Range and In-Zone indica- In-Range. A blank in window 10 tions. bility. and will be hon- order to achieve In-Zone. CTOF represents the esti. whether the aircraft is approaching In-Range/In- • Window 7 indicates the remaining In-Range time Zone or is currently In-Range/In-Zone. • Window 3 displays the JASSM launch point • Window 16 indicates launch method require- number or direct target identifier for which ranging ments. 00:00. If Weapon launch advisories appear on the PRGM the aircraft is In-Zone. launch advisories exist. screen display (figure 7-16. The fol. as Time on Target required. an automatic launch is permitted. guidance fault exists or a seeker is not available. altitude. Direct targets will have arrow steer. Due to differences in these calcula- ing cues for In-Range only. REQ will be displayed in bold.

TTG-Z Normal Aircraft is approaching In-Zone. Figure 7-16 7-44 . Possible collision between weapons and be- When multiple safe release advisories exist. however. inform the operators of a potentially unsafe launch condition.O. The defined JASSM displayed. NOTE In-Range LAR is determined by the missile and retrieved by the SMO In-Range status and Range distance messages. contained at the end of this section in figure 7-22. strictions which would prevent missile launch.T. Safe release advisories do not inhibit launch. PRGM Display In-Range/In-Zone Indications PMD 1 CP A D 1 2 2 2 2 2 2 PTA 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 D D 1 E TE PTA − − PRGM− A75619 WINDOW DISPLAY TEXT VIDEO INDICATION TTG-R Normal Aircraft is approaching In-Range. 1B-52H-34-2-8 SAFE RELEASE ADVISORIES safe release advisories and the corrective action are The JASSM SMO does not have any safe launch re. formed. launch can still be per. RANGE Bright Underline Aircraft is currently In-Range. on is launched with a safe release advisory played on the PRGM Display. Aircraft is not In-Range and In-Range is unachievable or 5 TTG-R Reverse missile is not targeted. ZONE Bright Underline Aircraft is currently In-Zone. displayed on the PRGM screen. Aircraft is not In-Zone and In-Zone is unachievable or 11 TTG-Z Reverse missile is not targeted. the tween weapon and aircraft can occur if weap- highest applicable advisory message will be dis. The safe release advisories.

and xy:ACFT PWR displayed as a master fault. 6. the master fault xy:ABORT will be dis- FRMT-7 display. then the missile launch ad- er failure will be indicated by the master fault text visory will be blanked. If missile communica- controlling. missile was successfully launched. a 38-volt dc EED uncommanded high fault If unsuccessful. indicating a battery failure. shows a Launch Sequence Timeline. In-Range VRFY displayed as a master fault. If the PVE command sequence fails after two • Command Critical Terminate to the location. a dc #2 power discrepancy master will be declared. master fault will be issued and indicated by the • The missile launch advisory will be displayed on text X:CRIT VRFY displayed as a master fault and all MFDs. If unsuccessful after two at- tempts. master fault. The SMO determines if the fault and WIU power will be removed. A release consent driv. The missile launch advisory will remain WIU power will be removed. HUNG in normal video in the location immediately • Remove the release consent. Once the missile is launched. y = 1. unsuccessful in removing either power. displayed for 5 seconds. aborted. xy:HUNG will be displayed as a played. An ejector squib will be displayed upon launch. An unsuccessful launch sequence will of the missile and inhibit reapplication of power to be indicated by the text xy:ABORT displayed as a the missile. the selected location. Figure 7-17 will be displayed as a permanent fatal master fault. or is • Command a Commit to Separate (CTS) com. If • Power application to the missile will be inhibited. the SMO will perform a normal shutdown master fault. or mand. Two sub- sequent failures to verify the preset will result in MISSILE LAUNCH PROCESS a double critical function ejector selection master fault being issued as indicated by the text The following provides a summary of the activities X:UNCMD PVE being displayed as a master fault which the SMO will command or control to launch a and power being removed from the missile. xy:CTSS described in the following paragraphs. a 38-volt dc EED switch is in the lock position. If unsuccessful. If the missile was launched verify fault will be indicated by the text X:CRIT within 8 seconds of exiting In-Zone. • Verify that missile status indicates the missile • If the missile has become hung. following the launch advisory location for that mis- sile. If unsuc- displayed in reverse video in window 9 of the cessful. HUNG will be has Committed to Separate Store (CTSS). • Apply unregulated 38-volt dc EED power to the If launch is commanded while either unlock consent selected location. suspending. the text X:EED PWR will be displayed as a master • Issue a Preset-Verify-Execute (PVE) command fault. The SMO displays appropri- X:RC DRVR. 3. a double critical verify • Perform missile scoring recording. hung and will display either AWAY. If the selected station fails to verify on ate xy (x = L (left pylon) or R (right pylon). and stopping a missile tion fails after removal of 28-volt dc #1 and 28-volt launch. 7. or 8) for each launched missile in succes- ejector master fault will be issued and indicated by sive launch advisory locations from left to right on the text X:UNCMD PVE displayed as a master the bottom of the MFD. as well as launch command restrictions are dc #2 power. but the missile fire driver failure will be indicated by the text will fly an In-Zone profile. cated by the text X:EED PWR displayed as a mas- NOTE ter fault. • Remove 28-volt dc #1 and 28-volt dc #2 power. successive issue attempts. the advisory message uncommanded low fault will be declared as indi- NO CONSENT will be displayed on each MFD. power will be removed from the fault will be declared as indicated by the text WIU and all missiles associated with the WIU. a double critical the last 8 seconds. sequence to apply Release Consent to the missile. it will fly • Perform the Ejector Squib Fire PVE sequence. if it is In-Zone or was In-Zone in a failure exists after two attempts. Reapplication of power to the missile is inhibited. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MISSILE LAUNCH will indicate a dc power discrepancy master fault which will be displayed as xy:ACFT PWR or The missile launch process. missile: • Remove unregulated 38-volt dc EED power from • Apply 28-volt dc #2 power to the missile station. ABORT. T. If waypoints.O. a double critical function 2. WIU status 7-45 . X:SQF DRVR displayed as a master fault. two consecutive attempts. including the means for xy:28-volt dc #2 respectively.

ted to missions where the preplanned JASSM • TXA is good. • Weapon is not in IBIT. • Last BIT passed. • Weapon has received minimum TXA data. a permanent fatal fault. the preplanned JASSM LP. the SMO displays an LCD ENTRY to the JASSM launch point. tance of at least three seconds of flight inside • Warm-up is complete. the SMO igator’s unlock consent switch are in the unlock calculates the start of the launch countdown position.T. If the first In-Zone indica- when all the following conditions are true for that tion received from the missile occurs after the missile: aircraft has passed the closest point of ap- • Automatic launch mode has been selected by the proach to the JASSM LP. (LCD) to occur three seconds before the air. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Launch Sequence Timeline (Typical) Figure 7-17 AUTOMATIC LAUNCH DETERMINATION ([AMI] JASSM LCD ENTRY) advisory and waits until the aircraft is within the In-Zone The SMO will initiate automatic launch of a missile area to begin LCD. for auto launches. the SMO will inhibit automatic launch and indicate manual operator.O. the planned In-Zone area. or at the aircraft’s closest point of ap- proach to the JASSM LP if the aircraft is de. launch is required in addition to the LCD ENTRY ([AMI] JASSM LCD ENTRY) advi- sory. If at the The missile status must indicate In-Zone. JASSM will launch at the point of closest approach Zone area. Launch Point (JASSM LP) is located at a dis. • No missile jettison request is present and no jet- craft achieves the closest point of approach to tison is in progress for any missile. Selection of Automatic Launch mode is limi. • Weapon has minimum targeting data. This allows re- lease of the missile precisely at the JASSM • No WIU faults are detected which would prevent the launch of the missile. NOTE • Timeline aborted has not been issued. 7-46 Change 2 . The start of LCD the aircraft is not within the In. This will abort the missile with • There is no critical weapon hardware failure. LP. The reason for this • The pilot’s munitions consent switch and the nav- limitation is that. viating from the preplanned route. • LAR conditions have been met for the missile. • The missile has power applied and is in an All Do not switch from automatic to manual Up Round (AUR) Ready state: launch mode while the missile is in launch • Weapon is Safe to Launch: countdown.

sage to abort the missile and declare a per- • Invalid zone data. • Operator deselects the manual launch command. • An ACU reconfiguration occurs. launch mode. • No missile jettison request is present and no jet. either by the operator or default. The missile launch process will be terminated be- fore the selected missile has been launched if any of • The pilot’s munitions consent switch and the nav. Missile status indicates In-Range. Prior to CTS. will be indi- cated on the WCP launch select switch and on the Use care not to deselect (press again) the CF-E display. T. The selection of manual launch mode. • Any WIU or missile fault occurs which requires that power be removed from the WIU or missile. past CTS and the carrier mission is zone. • Manual launch mode is the current mode of op. Manual launch mode is selected at the time the SMO is loaded. • LAR conditions have been met for the missile. • Weapon has received minimum TXA data. not captive carry. 7-47 . MISSILE LAUNCH TERMINATION eration. ranging event. in launch countdown. • If either unlock consent is removed. • A jettison is in progress for any missile on the • Missile status indicates Safe to Launch: same pylon as the launch missile. tison is in progress for any missile. manent fatal LCD Abort fault. • The missile has had power applied. the SMO will issue a mes- • The seeker is required. the SMO will declare a non- fatal LCD Abort fault. • Weapon is not in IBIT. but not functional. • The missile has a fault requiring manual launch. Manual launch is required for the following: NOTE • The missile is targeted to a direct target. • There is no critical weapon hardware failure. • No WIU faults are detected which would prevent • The missile is no longer targeted to the current the launch of the missile. • The WIU or missile has power removed. • Operator switches from automatic to manual • Weapon has minimum targeting data. The following conditions must be true manual launch switch while the weapon is in order for the operator to manually launch a mis.O. This will abort the sile: weapon with a permanent fatal fault. the following conditions occur: igator’s unlock consent switch are in the unlock position. • Timeline aborted has not been issued. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MANUAL LAUNCH DETERMINATION • Target data set contains no valid waypoints. • CLR-D or PRGM-Dn is entered during a direct launch. If the abort condition • The point of closest approach is outside of the occurs.

8 LP Aft Inboard • Switches to alternator power.6 RP Aft Inboard • Engine achieves max thrust when at proper alti- tude. LAUNCH PYLON POSITION JASSM FREE FLIGHT SEQUENCE SEQUENCE POSITION Following separation from the aircraft. FUZE safe separation timer – On.6 LP Aft Outboard • Releases wedges on underside of stakes to insure 10 RP . If there is a retained/HUNG center station store. 5 LP . Safe re- shown in the figure 7-18 and the following table.T. 9 LP .3 RP Forward Outboard • Releases elevon brakes to make pitch and control 7 LP .O.0 sec after separation).7 LP Aft Center • Deploys its tail to add yaw control and the lugs 4 RP . 8 RP .1 LP Forward Outboard • Deploys its wings to 45 degrees. Possible collision between weapons Store contact. if in engine start envelope. 6 RP .1 RP Forward Inboard • Activates fuel control and engine squib (3. the JASSM: 1 LP .7 RP Aft Center retract. lease advisories and the corrective action are con- tained in figure 7-22. 12 RP . 7-48 . • GPS satellite acquisition occurs 90 seconds after separation from the aircraft. ry displayed.3 LP Forward Inboard active. When a center station store and between weapon and aircraft can occur is retained/HUNG. when initial pitch stability is achieved. 2 RP . 1B-52H-34-2-8 PREFERRED LAUNCH/JETTISON SEQUENCE MISSILE LAUNCH RESTRICTIONS Currently there are no SMO launch inhibits to mis- The JASSM preferred launch/jettison sequence is sile launch due to aircraft flight conditions. 11 LP .2 RP Forward Center • Deploys its wings to 75 degrees to aid pitch sta- bility and separation from the aircraft. launching/jettisoning an adjacent Safe release advisories do not inhibit shoulder station may result in a Store-to- launch. operators will retain the if weapon is launched with a release adviso- adjacent shoulder station stores. 3 LP .8 RP Aft Outboard clean separation from the aircraft. FUZE ARM (RPM satisfied). • FUZE firing mode/delay time is set by mission processor.2 LP Forward Center • Detects separation.

launching/jettisoning an ad- jacent shoulder station may result in a Store-to-Store Contact.O. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Preferred Launch/Jettison Sequence If there is a retained/HUNG center station store. Figure 7-18 7-49 . operators will retain the adjacent shoulder station stores. When a center station store is retained/HUNG. T.

If missiles are jettisoned using the AJCP hard-wired switches while the SMO is loaded tion. SMO will show that the EED power is on tion. but will not be statused for comple. is hung. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MISSILE JETTISON launch advisory locations from left to right on the bottom of the MFD. The OAS must be operational with the ABORT for the jettisoned missile in normal video in JASSM SMO loaded ([AMI] as primary SMO) and the location immediately following the launch advi- WIU power must be on for jettison of JASSMs us. The SMO commands ejector squib fire to the left or right WIU) will be displayed. This results in the display of xy:WPN MFDs. The missile launch advisory is requested on all AJCP. 4. HUNG will be WIU off. when it has not been commanded on by the 2. The 8. The SMO then inhibits power reapplication to The radar navigator’s jettison switch was the selected station. With OAS or 7. tison Control Panel (AJCP) hard-wired switches. sequence order. however. ability that the WIU status retrieved by the sile power is on. 2. The SMO performs a scoring recording on the Also. will be declared for each missile jettisoned via the 5.O. If the missile has become hung. played will be blanked.T. NOTE sile(s) to be jettisoned on the WCP. the WIU will con- switch is used. The missile launch advisory will remain dis. Classified data erase will be commanded if mis. declared. and the ejector of the missile in the most preferred release WIU will be powered off by the SMO. PRSNT for each missile. 6. the advisory message 3. x:EED PWR (x = L or R to indicate 3. EED power is applied independent of the WIU. switch is in the lock position. (AJCP). The text xy:ABORT will be dis- selected on the WCP and then the WPN JETTISON played as a non-fatal master fault. The advisory area of each also be displayed in window 9 of the FRMT-7 dis- MFD where the missile launch advisory is dis. making it function in the same manner as the pilots’ Jettison Control Bomb When missiles are jettisoned using the Alternate Jet- Bay & Missile switch. The SMO displays appropri. FRMT-7 display. or a SMO other than the JASSM SMO displayed in reverse video in window 9 of the loaded. play for each missile jettisoned via the AJCP. If this occurs. ing the WCP or the Pilots’ switch. The SMO requests a video recording of the launch advisory. the jettison is controlled by the SMO tinue to monitor the state of the EED power. If the jettison has been aborted. or jettison is on the WCP or the pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile jetti.) SMO. • Operator moves JETT switch to the JETT posi. sory location for that missile. a missile Present Discrepancy master fault flight DTUC/DTC for jettisoned missile. If jettison is commanded while either unlock consent ate xy (x = L (left pylon) or R (right pylon). NOTE 10. The SMO determines if the missile has been missiles using either the WPN JETTISON switch successfully jettisoned. HUNG or son switch. Missile power will be removed if missile power SMO. WIU master fault will be is on. jettison of JASSMs can only be accom. and the WIU is powered on. The text WPN PRSNT will played for 5 seconds. or 8) for each jettisoned missile in successive NO CONSENT will be displayed on each MFD. there is the prob- 1. How- If the WCP JETTISON switch or Pilot Jettison ALL ever. (Power application is allowed if excluded from operation with the JASSM jettison of missiles was aborted. switch was selected. y = 1. a malfunction in the jettison 11. 7-50 Change 2 . The SMO repeats all steps 1 through 10 above system (failed blocking diode) could enable until all the desired missiles have been jettisoned. The operator can command the SMO to jettison 6. All methods require unlock consent. 9. if the WIU has power applied. 7. aborted and displays either JETT. and the process is as follows: • Operator selects Location and Station of mis. ABORT will be Pilot Bomb Bay and Missile jettison switch has the displayed in reverse video in window 9 of the same effect as if all locations and all stations were FRMT-7 display. The text xy:HUNG will be dis- plished using the Alternate Jettison Control Panel played as a master fault when the missile is hung. the switch.

while in a SIM mode. mode is active by operator entry of CF-586. STATUS (SECONDS) siles shown as present in the stores table will be WIU initialization 15. the CF-5 menu or the CF-57 mode is active by operator entry of CF-588. by observing either the CF. the assignments set while in switch when the SMO is operating in SIM mode and. providing ejector unlock strike mode reload mission. the mis. • WCE and missile responses are simulated [AMI] For JASSM there is no difference be. marked as unassigned and untargeted. no targets assigned) for the NOTE targeting status. only the mis. The operator must either reload the B-52 mission. accomplish a retarget all opera. the B-52 mission data and eration (CF-586). Targeting while a SIM mode is active will operate as described in Section I. Manual SIM mode is commanded by entering CF-52. However.O. Direct menu. commanding STRIKE and Missile battery activation 1. FULL SIM or PART and responses to commands are not available. using the response times are shown below. SMO. FRMT-7 will display blanks (i. the switch position is not known to the siles are marked as untargeted. therefore. FULL SIM mode is commanded by entering While in a SIM mode. 1B-52H-34-2-8 SIMULATION CAPABILITIES SIMULATED TARGETING OPERATIONS Less [AMI] This paragraph describes any differ. cepts are implemented by the SMO: • No faults are declared for any WCE or mis- NOTE siles. ranging is accomplished in the were before entry into a SIM mode. The operator can verify the currently active transmitted and actual WCE and missile status SMO mode. whether STRIKE.27 reentering SIM will reset only the missiles identi- fied in the stores table as present. WCE and missile I/O is not CF-52. Subsequent to releases (launches or Missile IBIT completion 180. Power is not applied to the pilot’s munitions consent On SIM mode entry. [AMI] On SIM mode exit. the following con- menu or the CF-57 menu. all missiles are low the simulated release of missiles. The data along with the aircraft posi- tion and headings is used to estimate the parame- ters in the missile LAR message. SIM. The pilot’s munitions consent switch input is play the target assignments in normal video. whether STRIKE or SIM.e. all missile assignments SIMULATED RANGING that were set in STRIKE mode will be retained.n. the CF-5 Therefore. Manual Targeting can be commanded while a SIM ences in the SMO capabilities while in SIM mode. Less simulated as being the same as the navigator’s unlock [AMI] To prevent assignment carry over from consent switch.0 jettisons) in a SIM mode. Therefore. T. SIM Mode Response Times SIMULATED MISSILE LOADOUT DESIRED WCE/MISSILE RESPONSE TIME Each time a SIM mode is commanded. or accomplish a manual targeting op. tween the FULL and PART SIM modes. The SMO performs ranging by using the TDS data from the missile mis- sion data DTUC ([AMI] selected weapon group) for each missile.menu. as described in Section I. same manner as in STRIKE. by observing window 1 on Direct Targeting can be commanded while a SIM either the CF.625 shown present. FRMT-7 will dis. Change 2 7-51 . consent from the navigator’s unlock consent switch is the only ejector unlock consent that is necessary to al- Less [AMI] On SIM mode exit. FRMT-7 will display target assignments as they While in SIM mode. STRIKE mode are maintained. [AMI] This section describes any differences in the SMO capabilities while in the FULL or PART SIM SIMULATED WCE RESPONSES mode. After a SIM mode is exited by commanding tion (CF-589). PART SIM mode is commanded by entering CF-51. STRIKE mode. the SMO must be reloaded to guarantee proper operation of the system. The Targeting while a SIM mode is active will operate operator can verify the currently active SMO mode.menu.

With this memory has been erased. the operator can enter CF-67 which halts execution of all software loaded into the ACUs (FMS. using a SMO load and initialization pro. the ACUs. and ACU memory has not been power from the WIUs and until all outstanding erased. the FMS and the SMO can be have been recorded and for as long as it takes the restarted by pressing the PROC SYNC button on SMO to remove power from all WCE and missiles the computer control panel and logging on to the that have powered applied. This command halts execution of all soft. the SMO ware loaded into the ACUs (FMS and any loaded must be reloaded into the ACUs.O. and any loaded SMO). cess similar to that used for initial SMO loading. SMO will delay compliance with the command to • Less [AMI] If SMO execution was terminated terminate execution until the SMO has removed by entering CF-67. FMS will continue to be executed. • Less [AMI] Also. The loaded into the ACUs. 7-52 Change 2 .T. CSP. • [AMI] Alternatively. • Less [AMI] If SMO execution was terminated This process terminates execution of and overwrites by loading another SMO into the ACUs. OAS using the CF-61 command. CF-67 can be entered by the • [AMI] If the SMO execution was terminated operator. then the SMO • [AMI] Loading another SMO or entering zero must be reloaded. the FMS and CSP will continue to operate. The SMO will delay compliance with the • [AMI] If the SMO execution is terminated by shutdown request until all outstanding SMO faults a CF-67 command. at the location the JASSM SMO is loaded. termi- nates execution and unloads the SMO. SMO). FMS and the SMO can be restarted by de- SMO faults have been recorded (if a Flight Data pressing the PROC SYNC button on the computer Record tape is installed). or ACU the SMO which is already loaded. the SMO must be re- method. The two methods are described below. by loading another SMO into the ACU. 1B-52H-34-2-8 SMO TERMINATION SMO RESTART SMO execution can be terminated in two ways: The method of restarting the SMO is dependent • Less [AMI] Another SMO can be loaded into upon the method which terminated SMO execution. With this method. control panel.

See figures 7-22 and 7-23. leaving ADVISORIES AND STATUS MESSAGES the weapon assigned. Any missile or station transient WIU or missile faults. The JASSM Master Faults are identified in figure 7-19. the SMO will not respond to the command Non Fatal (NF) to apply power. in the center of ejector locked non-fatal master fault xy:UNCMD PRGM display. damage to equip. station safety critical fault is detected. Re-application of power by the oper- No corrective action can be taken by the operator for ator is allowed. Change 2 7-52A/(7-52B blank) . position. and also at WIU. the text that is displayed will be preceded by a plication of power by the operator. 1B-52H-34-2-8 MESSAGES navigator’s unlock consent switch are in the unlock position. Faults which are not applicable to this SMO are Transient Fatal (TF) identified with the text N/A in the corresponding fault text and fault type columns of figure 7-19. although power re-application fatal fault which occurs after CTS has been com- can be commanded by the operator when power is manded to that missile will be treated as a perma- removed from a faulted device. L will be identified safety critical faults for the JASSM SMO. The SMO Status Messages are identified in figure 7-21. If they are not pinned in the unlock in figure 7-23. displayed to identify the faulted device location as the left pylon and R will be displayed to identify the Permanent Fatal (PF) faulted device location as the right pylon. Any weapon or station permanent fatal or R to identify the left or right pylon. approximately. FRMT-7 WEAPON FAULTS When both ejector unlock enable monitors for a WIU indicate that ejector unlock enable is not present. their indi. 2. are listed in when the pilot’s munitions consent switch and the figure 7-24. Master faults are an indication of WCE or Safety Critical (SC) missile failures. Unlock enable power is provided to each WIU the bottom of the FRMT-7xy display. The types of master faults identified in figure 7-19. or conditions which will preclude the launch of missiles. Master faults are displayed Safety critical faults present a safety threat to per- in reverse video at the bottom left hand end of the sonnel or to the aircraft. There are no cific station will be preceded by L or R. If the SMO has deter- nent fatal fault. The SMO will remove MFD. 6. Safe release and launch advisories position at one or more stations. 3. 1. power from the faulted device and inhibit re-ap- sile. but untargeted. MASTER FAULTS the associated abbreviations and the actions taken by the SMO as a result of the fault are as follows. Missile faults and WIU faults that are associated with a The SMO will perform a normal shutdown of the specific location will be preceded by a location and faulted device and inhibit re-application of power by station identifier of the form xy. device. T. The weapon launch advisories are identified unlock position. Even if the ejectors are pinned in the unlock This paragraph defines all SMO messages. The operator can override an ECU NO-GO fault and an ECU AC POWER fault with a The SMO will not remove power from the faulted CF-68 command to allow WIU power application. ment may occur if WIU power remains on as SAFE RELEASE AND WEAPON LAUNCH ADVISORIES a result of selecting ECU power override.O. When the faulted device is a WIU or a mis. the The weapon faults displayed as part of the missile text x:NO UE is displayed as a master fault for that status block on FRMT-7 and FRMT-7xy. 7 or 8. where x will be L the operator. MFD. respectively. The safe release advisories are identified in figure The SMO expects the ejectors to be pinned in the 7-22. Advisories and Status Messages are displayed in reverse video at the bottom right hand end of the With an ECU fault present. this fault will still prevent a normal release cations and lists any corrective action which can be sequence because this power is also used to fire the taken by the operator to resolve the anomaly when squibs which eject the missile. mined that power should not be re-applied because of the failure. LK will be generated for each of those stations. Power will be location or location and station identifier. The SMO Advisories are identified in figure 7-20. an uncommanded are displayed. that weapon will be treated as a safety critical fault. fault that occurs after CTS has been commanded to and y will be the station number. The text removed from the affected missile when a missile or for WIU faults that are not associated with a spe. The SMO will perform a normal shutdown of the faulted device. applicable. Permanent fatal faults will initiate a CDE.

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LEFT PYLON OR R . 3. 7. RBS tone cutoff will not oc- as long as the fault is cur. 3. any or all of the following: 2. [AMI] Loss of Pylon jettison capability. May not be able to apply Panel. 5. Pull and reset. jettison is not available. 2. AIU terminal failure. TER BOX Circuit Breaker corded every 30 minutes. any or all of the following: 2. Loss of WIU power control. 6. Interruptible Direct Current trol Unit (ECU) power control. if re- cy (uncommanded power on or 3.RIGHT PYLON LOCATION • y = 1. Loss of Environmental Con. Acknowledge message. Verify status of weapon NOTE 4. 2. 7.O. WIU essential (ESS) power. 3. Check Circuit Breakers or 2. off). OR 8 STATION NUMBER FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION ARMAMENT INTERFACE UNIT MASTER FAULTS AIU COMM NF 1. 1. AIU 28 VDC NF STORE 28 VDC T/R This master fault may result in 1. quired. Panel. present. [AMI] Check AIU circuit breaker on the RIGHT S/V FILTER BOX CIRCUIT BREAKER PANEL. if required. Verify status of weapon and WIU power. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 1 of 17) Change 2 7-53 . power discrepancy. quired. Pull and reset. 4. corded every 30 minutes. Fault displayed and re. Acknowledge message Less [AMI] (AIU) communications failure. Check Circuit Breakers NOTE 1. TER BOX Circuit Breaker (IDC) power enable discrepan. Less [AMI] SMO controlled and WIU power. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults Fault Indication Coding: • NF = NON-FATAL Fault • PF = PERMANENT FATAL Fault • SC = SAFETY CRITICAL Fault • TF = TRANSIENT FATAL Fault • x = L . on the AUX BNS S/V FIL- AIU [AMI] 3. May not be able to apply on the AUX BNS S/V FIL- Fault displayed and re. ered or launched. [AMI] Loss of OAS control of bay door operation. T. if re- as long as the fault is store 28 VDC #1 power. 6. Armament Interface Unit This master fault may result in 1. Pull and reset. present. Weapons cannot be pow. 2.

off. mance and weapon malfunc- tions. as long as the fault is pres- ent. Environmental conditions are out of limits. 5. 30 minute on cycle. tinuously as a result of climb or descent. 1. ment may occur if WIU ECU after power has been 3. weapon and WIU power are auto- matically removed. operator entry of CF-68 commands the SMO to ac- tivate ECU power override. 15 minute • Fault displayed and re.T. 2. Transient failure during minutes. weapon power and WIU power are removed. Close air outlet knobs 1. 7. increase power on en- This master fault may result in gines 3 and 4. ECS. • IfWIU and/or weapon power is removed be- cause of a fault. applied for at least two power remains on con- 4. ECU failure. In potential icing condi- tions check pilot’s anti-icing 3. and decrease cabin tem- available or inadequate. Weapon temperature or air. 2. damage to equip- fault is detected from the 2. moved from all weapons selecting ECU power and both WIUs one minute override. NOTE • If the CF-68 command is entered within 1 min- ute of the fault indica- tion.O. 4. Low engine power settings. any or all of the following: 3. power override. may be operated using a 30 minute on. otherwise. Acknowledge message. If override is warranted. Cooling air to the WIU is un. Verify pilot’s cabin mas- flow out of limits could cause ter pressure switch is in degraded weapon perfor. power will be re. Insufficient Airflow. the CF-68 command must be entered prior to re- applying WIU power. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNIT MASTER FAULTS ECU TF ECU NO-GO and ECU orride NOTE is off. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 2 of 17) 7-54 Change 3 . If the cause is low air- flow. 6. perature. than 1 minute. the WIU from the time that the fault is displayed. 1. weapon and WIU power will remain on. If the fault remains for more is on. • If an environment No-Go With an ECU fault pres- ent. While in ECU 5. Remove weapon power and recycle WIU power. corded every 30 minutes.

WIU may be operated using a 30 minute on. tivate ECU power override. Before WIU power on – un. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL UNIT MASTER FAULTS (Cont) ECU PWR TF ECU AC power discrepancy (uncommanded on or off) and ECU orride is off. weapon and WIU power will remain on. • IfWIU and/or weapon power is removed be- cause of a fault. After WIU power on – WIU operator entry of CF-68 and weapon power is re. If override is warranted. as the fault is present. 3. While in ECU from the time that the fault power override. and recycle WIU power. • If an environment No-Go With an ECU fault pres- ent. ons. 2. commands the SMO to ac- moved.O. 2. damage to equip- fault is detected from the ment may occur if WIU ECU after power has been applied for at least two power remains on con- minutes. the is displayed. weapon and WIU power are auto- matically removed. T. 30 minute on every 30 minutes. as long cycle. NOTE Loss of conditioned air to the WIU. power will be re. 15 • Displayed and recorded minute off. the CF-68 command must be entered prior to re- applying WIU power. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 3 of 17) Change 3 7-55 . 1. Remove weapon power able to power up WIU or weap. otherwise. 1. tinuously as a result of moved from all weapons selecting ECU power and both WIUs one minute override. NOTE • If the CF-68 command is entered within 1 min- ute of the fault indica- tion. Acknowledge message.

[AMI] If Fault occurred 3. Weapon heater power not 3. Jettison or launch sequence 4. contin- ue. Devise (EED) power on when power will be removed. JASSM heater power not 3. 2. [AMI] WIU CRITICAL COM. If Fault occurred post available. accomplish POST lected with no critical function STRIKE/ABORT checklist. [AMI] If fault resulted from AJCP jettison. CTS. launch or jettison). CTS. if WIU powered off. active. during a 2. Re-apply WIU power. [AMI] If fault resulted from AJCP jettison. Weapon heater power not post CTS. verify 2. 38 VDC Electro-explosive 1. plish POST STRIKE/ 2. POST STRIKE/ABORT checklist. 2.O. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 4 of 17) 7-56 Change 2 . If Fault occurred post 3 [AMI] Weapon address se. 2. may be aborted. Re-apply WIU power. accomplish POST STRIKE/ABORT checklist. Less [AMI] Accom- WIU will remain on.T. contin- ue.e. If EED power is not present 1. available. 3. If Fault persists. x:EED PWR TF 1. a non-fatal weapon and WIU power. Devise (EED) off when not when requested (i. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION WEAPON INTERFACE UNIT MASTER FAULTS x:CRIT VRFY TF Double critical verify Fault. 1. 4. 38 VDC Electro-explosive 1. 5. master fault will occur and the 3. Acknowledge message. may be aborted. Jettison or launch sequence ABORT checklist. 1. 4. MAND status not valid. WIU power is removed. [AMI] Preset commanded removed. accomplish available. but response not verified. NF 2. Acknowledge message. Less [AMI] Remove commanded off. WIU and weapon power are 1. 2. Acknowledge message. not commanded on. Weapon power and WIU 1.

present. Set Pilot’s and WCP corded every 30 minutes. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 5 of 17) Change 2 7-57 . JASSM heater power not 3. 5. Set Pilot’s and WCP consent switches to the LOCK position. re-apply WIU power. if appli- cable. x:NO UE NF Unlock enable not present NOTE 1. Essential power is not pres. is present when not desired. 3. verify WIU power is removed. accomplish POST STRIKE/ABORT checklist. accom- plish POST STRIKE/ ABORT checklist. re-apply power will remain on. 1. 3. If Fault remains: A. 5. Acknowledge message. 2. If WIU and weapon pow- master fault will occur and WIU er are removed. if WIU powered off. If Fault occurred post CTS. Fault displayed and re. WIU power. UNLOCK position. NF 2. 4. Set Pilot’s and WCP Launch or SMO controlled jetti. [AMI] If power is on when Circuit Breaker panels. 28 VDC Essential (ESS) 1. when not commanded on. Check S/V FILTER BOX 2. commanded off. consent switches to the as long as the fault is LOCK position. Acknowledge message. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION WEAPON INTERFACE UNIT MASTER FAULTS x:ESS PWR TF 1. 4. Weapon and WIU power will er on S/V FILTER BOX Cir- be removed cuit Breaker panels. 2. Remove weapon power and cycle WIU power. Acknowledge message. B. JASSM heater power not 4. when commanded. If fault persists. T. If Fault occurred post CTS.O. ent when desired. accomplish POST STRIKE/ABORT checklist. 3. 28 VDC ESS power on 1. power off when not command. consent switches to the son unavailable. C. 2. WIU power is removed. Less [AMI] Essential power 1. If WIU and weapon pow- available. 2. Check AIU circuit break- ed off. 5. Set Pilot’s and WCP consent switches to the UN- LOCK position. a non-fatal 3. If fault persists. er are removed. If fault persists. verify available.

Acknowledge message. If fault occurred post not remove weapon power. if appli- cable. Cycle the Pilot’s and WCP UNLOCK switches in the sent circuit is negated. verify verify receipt of Release Con. Less [AMI] Double ejector 2. power set for consent). the SMO will 4. For combat missions do not power WIUs over friendly territory. x:UNCMD DRVR TF 1. Acknowledge message. Less [AMI] uncommanded off. power is removed and accom- plish POST STRIKE/ ABORT checklist. squib fire driver status of true may be aborted. 2. be removed. Re-apply WIU power. For non-combat mis- sions leave WIU power off. and weapon. ejector rack unlock enable is pres- ent. cur if the weapon is unable to 3. accomplish POST 2. system LOCK. Continue normal proce- dures. Acknowledge message. launch or jettison sequence. x:UNCMD PVE TF 1. If fault persists. Weapon and WIU power will 1. accomplish POST STRIKE/ABORT checklist. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 6 of 17) 7-58 Change 2 . In this case. Attempt re-applying 2. 2. 2. driver uncommanded on fault. Double critical command 1. Accomplish POST low and the SMO will shut STRIKE/ ABORT checklist. JASSM heater power not WIU and weapon power. A CTSS PF Fault will fol. Double release consent 1. tor selection station fault. x:RC DRVR [AMI] NF Release consent driver 1. has consent without switches 3. Jettison or launch sequence WIU and weapon power. WIU power is removed.T. if applicable. removed. Acknowledge message. register status fault. May result in an aborted launch or jettison sequence. x:UNCMD UE NF Unlock enable (UE) power Hardware safeguard provided 1. Double critical function ejec. 2. off weapons and cycle WIU power.e. Attempt re-applying 2. 4. WCP UNLOCK switches to UNLOCK position (i. available. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION WEAPON INTERFACE UNIT MASTER FAULTS (Cont) x:RC DRVR NF Release consent driver NOTE 1. 3. sent. verify when not commanded. A pre-CTSS LCD abort and 1. 2. May result in an aborted STRIKE/ ABORT checklist. 3. Acknowledge message. If fault persists. 2. JASSM heater power not WIU power is removed and available. If fault persists.. 2. WIU and weapon power are 1. release consent Fault will oc. Cycle the Pilot’s and WCP UNLOCK switches to LOCK. uncommanded off. CTS. down weapon power.O. however. verify WIU. available without Pilot’s and by Pilot’s and WCP unlock con. 3. if applicable. If fault remains.

available. T. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 7 of 17) Change 2 7-59 . failure. WIU reset monitor active 2. WIU and weapon power are 1. JASSM heater power not 3. 2. tion test fault – data transmitted 2. If fault persists. JASSM heater power not 2. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION WEAPON INTERFACE UNIT MASTER FAULTS (Cont) x:WIU TF WIU end around communica. Cycle WIU power. 1. 3. Acknowledge message. x:WIU RESET TF 1 WIU not reset. 2.O.1. 1. If fault persists. removed. 1. WIU power is removed. verify available. power on sequence. JASSM heater power not 2. verify received from the WIU during WIU power is removed. WIU power is removed. to the WIU does not match data available. x:WIU COMM TF Double WIU communication 1. verify WIU power is removed. 2. fault. If fault persists. WIU power is removed. Cycle WIU power. Acknowledge message. 3. Cycle WIU power. Acknowledge message.

Acknowledge message. C. bus faults. and accomplish POST STRIKE/ABORT checklist. re-application. squibbed inadvertently. If fault persists. STRIKE/ABORT checklist. (BIA) Fault. [AMI] MDT may be cor- rupted. Weapon power is removed. Launch countdown abort 1. Weapon batteries may be 1. GO and weapon power remov. xy:BIA Fail NF Bomb Impact Assessment 1. Acknowledge message. 2. (Non-Captive Carry missions). Communication 2. If weapon power is not 2. Weapon may be jettisoned/ 2. CTSS Battery Failure. Verify weapon power re- 2. 3. 3. Remove weapon the umbilical. Re-apply weapon al may follow failure. Manual launch required. power. 3. (Uncommanded off). xy:ABORT PF 1. If BIA is required and 3. If weapon power was re- moved. Accomplish POST been squibbed. re- mit terminal targeting data. (Uncommanded on or off). moved. [AMI] Weapon will not trans. 1. 2. 28 VDC #2 Power Fault released. 2.O. B. 2. 3. Remove weapon power. [AMI] Weapon COMM NO. May oc. Cycle weapon power. fault after CTS. xy:ACFT PWR NF 1. re- VDC T/R power or WIU 28 move weapon power. shut down WIU and accomplish POST STRIKE/ABORT checklist. VDC ESS power. 2. Weapon power not re. Acknowledge message. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION STATION MASTER FAULTS xy:28VDC2 TF WIU status indicates 28 VDC 1. If the fault persists. 3-Phase 115V AC Power Fault (Uncommanded on). re- move weapon power and do not attempt further launches at that station. Test Fault. Acknowledge message. 3. If fault occurred during Captive Carry launch. 1. moved. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 8 of 17) 7-60 Change 2 . move weapon power. Weapon may be launched removed: or jettisoned with power still at A. cur due to the loss of AIU 28 5. #2 uncommanded on. weapon bus. Acknowledge message. shut down weapons and WIU. 28 VDC #1 Power Fault 1.T. Cycle WIU power. 1. Weapon batteries may have 3.Manual launch required. xy:BUS TEST NF MIL-STD-1553B Weapon Bus Loss of dual redundant 1553 1. 4. 3. Monitor for additional retry will occur on second bus. power. 4. the fault persists. SMO inhibits weapon power 2. Cycle WIU power. Re-apply weapon power. with power still ap. 2. plied at the umbilical. D. 4.

SMO inhibits weapon power reapplication. 3.O. If fault persists. 4. attempt launch or jettison at sembly is not correctly figured. 13. 2. moved. Acknowledge message. This fault may occur if: 3. Re-apply WIU power. 2. 10. Aircraft ID fault. Weapon batteries may be 3.Timeline abort fault. Uncommanded ejector lock locked. GPS keys transfer fault. 1. 2. Re-apply weapon commanded.Simulated launch count- down fault. rect data. deployment delay is less than B. this station. verify weapon power is re- 8. Ensure an INS/INU is 5. Uncommanded timeline abort fault. STRIKE/ABORT checklist. The ejectors are not configured. flight safety lock is in the NOTE locked. Weapon comm fault. A. 7 Timeline integration fault. C. If the fault occurred be- 3. Remove weapon and fault. Ensure the ejector in- fault. 2. 9. Locked lockout bolt is installed. designated as the prime 6. WPN PRSNT fault and all physically pinned in the un- weapons on that pylon 4. If pylon is improperly config. The ICSMS pylon as- related faults. Ejector status discrepancy 1. locked position. LCD is terminated. accomplish POST may not have received the cor. 2. A. Fin navigation model. [AMI] Manual launch re- quired. [AMI] Possible hardware problem located at the aircraft station interface. Minimum TXA fault. xy:EJECTOR NF 1. Ensure pylon is properly ured. xy:CTSS PF 1. STRIKE/ABORT checklist. Weapon functions dependant 3. 12. (Captive Carry only) 11. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 9 of 17) Change 2 7-61 . 5. 1. Accomplish POST 2. T. there should also be a A. B. Uncommanded Commit to 1. fore CTS: 4. removed. 2. Ejector status indicates: 1. do not should show the same pylon B. Surface/Fin delay fault. Acknowledge message. unlock position and the C. 5. If the fault occurred after on data transferred by the SMO CTS. WIU power. Weapon power is removed. INS/INU no longer desig- nated as prime OAS navigation source with JASSMs powered. Uncommanded CTS fault. 3. Weapon power is removed. Separate (CTSS) fault. Neither locked nor un. CDE is commanded. Almanac received fault. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont) xy:COMM NOGO TF 1. Mass data transfer fault. Both locked and un. If the fault persists. 2. power. Verify weapon power is active.

Recommand weapon on CDE. STRIKE/ABORT checklist. Mission classified data erase 1. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont) xy:ERASE FAIL NF 1. If Fault persists: A. if targeting is de- sired. If fault persists. 2. accom- plish POST STRIKE/ ABORT checklist. 7. FTS battery may be active 3. Loss of ability to accurately 2. 9. was not successful per weap. Manual launch is required. (Flight Test Only) (FTS) is not active when com. Verify the Interface Unit acquire GPS satellites for (IU) and GPS receiver are weapons. May cause weapon failure 3. 3. Check the GPS DATA validity on the PKB. Perform weapon CDE. Loss of Ephemeris data. 2. Time received fault. CDE (CF-575). xy:FTS NF Flight Termination System 1. Verify weapon power is removed. OTL. 1. NOTE Auto retargeting is re- quired. 6. cycle weapon power. Ephemeris received fault. If the fault persists. 5. and navigating. Manual launch required. 1. 3. Data erase fault. [AMI] If mission is an manded or is active when not Test launch may not be achiev. Verify INU is powered to validate crypto keys. 2. powered on. 2. verify weapon power is removed. 2. perform POST commanded. 2. Recycle weapon power. Check GPS system fault on FRMT-6. 4. 8.T.O. Acknowledge message. B. FTS may not be available. Determine weapon GPS initialization status. If mission is captive and battery life is limited to 15 carry. 4. Less [AMI] CDE fault. minutes. Acknowledge message. able. Weapon must be han- dled as if it contains classi- fied data. 4. xy:GPS DATA NF 1. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 10 of 17) 7-62 Change 2 . Acknowledge message. 1. 3.

mately 15 minutes to de- cipher the new daily key after a Zulu day rollover. The B-52 GPS 3A re- 3. 7. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 11 of 17) Change 2 7-63 . If the fault persists. verify weapon power is re- moved. is sent via the PKB. 3. Cycle IU power. T. If keys are not avail- able on the B-52 mission DTUC/DTC. Weapon may not track GPS. 2. NOTE fault. Ensure B-52 mis- sion DTUC/DTC is installed. 4. Verify the IU and GPS receiver are on and track- ing satellites. Command a weapon CDE. Verify current date on CF-61.O. Verify FLY-TO has been commanded and the B-52 is navigating. Verify KEY PRESENT is displayed on the IU PKB. Verify initialization data. Zeroize GPS receiver. 8. 1. 5. Manual launch required. A NO KEYS may be dis- played for weapons that have power cycled dur- ing this period. GPS accuracy may be im. including date. ceiver requires approxi- paired. 9. 12. Cycle weapon power. 11. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont) xy:GPS INIT NF AS Status/SV Configuration 1. 6. 10. manually in- put GPS keys data via the IU IKB. If keys are available on the B-52 mission DTUC/ DTC: A. Acknowledge message. 2. B.

if the missile is not video. Obtain visual confirma- NOTE tive. LCD is terminated. (Uncommanded off) or not applied. quired. If fault persists. store. if applicable. verify removed nor re-application in. Acknowledge message. Weapon batteries will 4. if pos- 3. xy:LCD FAIL NF LCD abort prior to CTS. 4. If launch is not imminent. 2. 2. Re-apply weapon power. unlock consent status. sible. Accomplish POST not have been squibbed. For overheat warning fault. Weapon communication 3. [AMI] Launch or jettison se- quence may be aborted. 3. SMO inhibits re-application of weapon power. remove minutes. Overtemp caution fault. launched in approximately ten 4. the weapon is in danger of 2. Overtemp warning fault 2. The missile will set an Over.O. 1. Manual launch required. 2. has been issued. 4. its mission. For overheat caution fault. 5. Weapon power is removed. Cycle missile power. If fault persists. Cycle weapon power. [AMI] If abort occurs before 2. xy:OVERTEMP NF 1. weapon power. Remove weapon power. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 12 of 17) 7-64 Change 2 . FRMT-7xy dis- overheating before completing plays HOT in blinking. Weapon present status indi. Acknowledge message. 1. [AMI] Manual launch is re- minute. Cycle WIU power. remove available at that station. if the xy:HUNG mes. JASSM heater power not 5. weapon power is removed. launched in approximately one 3. Accomplish POST considered to be a HUNG ejectors squib fire command STRIKE/ABORT checklist. or jettison attempt. tion of hung store. Verify LAR. weapon and Less [AMI] CTSS battery fail. 1. ure (Captive Carry missions 3. Weapon battery may be ac. weapon power. 2. Weapon will not launch. No-Go may follow failure. sage is received. reverse its mission. A JASSM should only be cates a weapon is present after 3. the weapon is in danger of temperature Warning based on overheating in not less than the probability of the missile one minute. 1. CTS weapon power will not be 3. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont) xy:HTR PWR NF 3 Phase 115 VAC Power Fault 1. [AMI] SMO issues an abort command to the weapon. 5. only). If fault persists. 6. temperature Caution based on overheating in not less than ten remove missile power and the probability of the missile minutes. 1. if the missile is not 3. hibited. Acknowledge message. 2. 2. 4. Weapon is hung at ejector. approximately 45 minutes. STRIKE/ABORT checklist. FRMT-7xy displays allow missile to cool for overheating before completing HOT in reverse video.T. xy:HUNG PF Hung store following a launch 1. Weapon power is removed 1. The missile will set an Over.

to match FRMT-7 to telemetry signal. Cycle weapon power. assign the mission to weapon with a good seeker. STRIKE/ABORT checklist. able. xy:TGT NOGO TF Target data not loaded/invalid. remove weapon power. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION STATION MASTER FAULTS (Cont) xy:SEEKER NF Terminal Guidance fault. 4. Acknowledge message. failed. mission DTUC/DTC is installed. 2. If the seeker mission can get. Acknowledge message. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 13 of 17) Change 2 7-65 . Less [AMI] fault. Weapon power removed. 8. 1. 3. 1. Manual launch required. Manual launch required. Acknowledge message. verify weapon power is removed. If fault persists. 2. Verify correct weapon (Flight Test Only) 2. seeker. Weapon telemetry not avail. data. Accomplish POST of weapon power. 6.O. Re-apply weapon power. Weapon may not hit tar. 1. Re-apply WIU power. 5. Cycle weapon power. be accomplished without a 2. Re-apply weapon power and perform a weapon CDE prior to completion of IBIT (Within 20 seconds of weapon power application). 1. 6. 3. Re-apply weapon power. 7. verify weapon power is removed. xy:TIK FAIL NF Test Instrumentation Kit (TIK) 1. Weapon not targeted with 2. Acknowledge message. Terminal guidance has 1. abort mission objective. If fault persists and func- tional TIK is required. 2. 4. xy:STORE ID TF Weapon store description Weapon power is removed. Weapon power is removed. as required. 4. Verify telemetry re- sponse with ground. proceed with launch. 4. Verify correct B-52 mis- does not match B-52 mission sion is loaded. If fault persists. xy:SQUIB NOGO PF Squibs fault. Cycle telemetry power. transmitted from the weapon 2. Otherwise. Acknowledge message. mission is loaded. 2. Power off the WIUs. 1. 5. SMO inhibits re-application 2. T. 3. 1. Verify correct weapon planned mission. 3. Reload the SMO and B-52 mission. 1. If fault persists.

abort mission objective. 6. Less [AMI] Verify the cor- release data. 4. 2. 3. as required. 3. 5. weapon power is removed. Cycle telemetry power. If fault persists. with ground. [AMI] Verify DTC is cor- or completion of primary target rectly installed and cycle message. 2. Approximate waypoint data. Manual launch is required. 5. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION STATION MASTER FAULTS (CONT) xy:TLMY NF Telemetry fault. Command weapon telem- etry on. 4. Attempt manual target- ing. (Flight Test Only) or off as requested. 9. ]Re-attempt auto-target- ing. Weapon will not enter IBIT 1. 6. Reload SMO and re-apply WIU and weapon power. minutes after standby power is 2. xy:WARM UP NF Weapon thermal conditioning 1. will not align. Remove weapon and WIU power. ceived correct targeting data. 1. to match FRMT-7 to telemetry signal. Re-apply weapon power and perform a weapon CDE. 1. rect weapon mission DTUC ment data.T. 8. Acknowledge message. and testing is not complete ten and therefore. target engage. Manual launch required. 7. Acknowledge message. remove weapon power. Re-apply WIU power. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 14 of 17) 7-66 Change 2 . 3. Power off the WIUs and reload the SMO and B-52 mission. Acknowledge message. xy:WPN DATA NF Weapon mission data fault. If fault persists. Telemetry may not be on 1. 2.O. Weapon may not have re. Command auto targeting. valid after mass data transfer 2. verify applied. 7. Verify telemetry response 2. Cycle weapon power. If fault persists and func- tional telemetry is required. weapon power. or target data is not is installed.

Acknowledge message. ensure configured correctly. fault. 2. If fault occurred post BIT fault. the operator must 8. fault. WPN DTUC?? master 7. T. If fault persists. Ejector Weapon present 1. Uncommanded weapon test curs in conjunction with a fault. PF fault. Release consent uncom. [AMI] Uncommanded IBIT cycle DTUC mount power fault. Reset power dropout fault. Cycle WIU power. ICSMS pylon assembly is not 5. weapon power. 3. Critical hardware fault. 3. No weapon present or at in. 1. Less [AMI] If this fault oc- 6. Acknowledge message. PS Fault. mission DTUC is installed ejector weapon present monitor 4. 4. Uncommanded data erase cycle weapon power. IMU fault). STRIKE/ABORT checklist. xy:WPN PRSNT NF 1. Weapon presence cannot mission is loaded (CF-81). the pylon is properly config- 4. or remove and re-insert the weapon mission DTUC in order to recover use of the weapon mission DTUC. [AMI] Ejector weapon pres. present status. on weapon presence. and the DTUC retainer knob status and umbilical weapon is in the proper position. Weapon BIT report No-Go 1. monitor status and umbilical correct station. LCD is terminated (if active). 1. If fault occurred pre CTS 3. Processor fault.O. be determined. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 15 of 17) Change 2 7-67 . 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION STATION MASTER FAULTS (CONT) xy:WPN NOGO TF 1. GPS 2. Verify correct weapon weapon present status disagree 2. Stores table disagrees with 3. remove 4. (CS fault. there should also be an EJECTOR fault and all weap- ons on that pylon should show the same pylon related faults. Manual launch required. Incorrect mission load. ured. If on the ground. 2. Less [AMI] Verify correct 2. 4. 2. NOTE manded fault. accomplish POST trols fault. 5. 3. Activate IBIT fault. NOTE If pylon is improperly config- ured. CTS. Engine Con. ent monitor or umbilical weapon present monitor changes status after a hung store fault. Weapon power is removed.

Acknowledge message. mary. Mission data discrepancy. 2. installed. Weapon will not launch/jetti. 2. Weapon mission data not 1. Verify DTC correctly eters loaded. 1. Ensure both unlock con- navigator’s unlock consent sent switches are in the un- switch or both are not in the un.O. lock position. input GPS keys via the IU PKB or Crypto Fill port. MSN DATA?? NF 1. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION OTHER MASTER FAULTS JASSM EVENT NF JASSM SMO is secondary and Weapon for mission planned 1. Re-attempt release. 1. 11. Verify DTC installed cor- availability of Weapon Group available weapon. 2. Cycle weapon power. SIM mode ranging is not displayed on the IU PKB. available or incorrect. 7. Acknowledge message. Carrier mission data not 1. 3. Launch commanded while in sion data. JASSM MSN NF 1. JASSM WPN NF 1. Invalid or no Classified Param. DATA?? [AMI] tected a discrepancy with the available or incorrect for 2. NOTE navigating. If keys available on the approximately 15 minutes DTC. Cycle GPS/IU power. If keys are not available on the mission DTC. 13. key after a Zulu day rol. Verify/deselect key lover. Command a weapon while this condition exists. 4. 3. Acknowledge message. If fault persists. Verify GPS/IU is on and 2. commanded and B-52 is weapon power on. CDE. re-install DTUC into a different DTU cavity. Crypto keys not valid tracking satellites. 9. DATA?? [AMI] 2. 10. 2. on power on or after processor available without CLAPAR 5. Strike Mode with a Ferry mission loaded. Carrier mission data not 1. manded and either the pilot’s or son. data on the DTC. Determine DTUC status from FRMT-6 and if neces- sary. loaded. NO CONSENT NF Launch or jettison was com. 3.T. Acknowledge message. GPS Crypto Keys or or Alma. RECV may be displayed 8. The JASSM SMO has de. a NO KEYS or KEY override in IU PKB. verify current date on to decipher the new daily CF-61. lock position. The GPS receiver requires 6. [AMI] mission planned JASSM launch launch is not targeted. Reload B-52 mission. Zeroize GPS receiver. Verify FLY-TO has been reconfiguration prior to JASSM data. 12. Verify Key Present is the DTC and the IU upon weap. nac Data are unavailable from for current date. then power missiles. Less [AMI] available or incorrect. remove weapon power. 2. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 16 of 17) 7-68 Change 2 . then reload mis- 3. Mission data discrepancy. Improper crypto keys 3. Make JASSM SMO pri- point is within 25 minutes. Acknowledge message. rectly.

both switches to the lock tor is not available to the position. Default is LOCK. Remove/reseat weapon or crypto keys are not valid for mission DTUC. NOTE If this fault occurs in con- junction with a xy:WPN NOGO master fault. Place both unlock con- consent switch are in opposite possible. Verify correct mission has detected a discrepancy with data. Confirm DTU status on available when access is needed. T. FRMT-6. input current crypto keys through the IU PKB. remove applied. Improper crypto keys loaded 4. Weapon DTUC access failure 1. 5. Figure 7-19 (Sheet 17 of 17) Change 2 7-68A . The JASSM SMO available without CLAPAR 2. the proper position. NOTE position. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Master Faults (Cont) FAULT FAULT INDICATION TYPE POSSIBLE CAUSE SYSTEM RESPONSE OPERATOR ACTION OTHER MASTER FAULTS UNLOCK CONSENT NF The Navigator’s unlock consent No unlock consent enable 1. DTUC is installed and the the availability of data on the DTUC retainer knob is in weapon mission DTUC. 7. 6. If available. If fault persists. WPN DTUC?? NF 1. Verify the correct date was entered on CF-61. Acknowledge message. SIM mode ranging is not 1. Acknowledge message. Re-install the mission DTUC into a different DTU cavity. 3. re- move and re-insert the weapon mission DTUC. SMO unless WIU power is 4. weapon power and cycle WIU power. set sent Switch position moni. sent switches in the unlock positions. the current date. 2. switch and the Pilot’s weapon and ejector squib fire is not 2. [AMI] PMCP Unlock Con.O. If the fault persists. 3. Weapon mission DTUC is not 3. Less [AMI] has occurred.

T. CDE. TM on/off. LOC/STA?? 1. Select a location before selecting a (Reverse Video) eration was attempted without designating a Location on the station.RIGHT PYLON LOCATION • y = 1. B (bay) is not a selectable location. Recycle missile power. and the IU attempt). weapon that has received the CTS manded.O. Select location(s) and station(s) prior son. 3. was selected when Do not command power off to a CDE. where CTS has been commanded. jettison. Ensure current destination is a (Reverse Video) ready to be launched when the manual launch switch is momentarily JASSM launch point/direct target. Figure 7-20 Sheet (1 of 3) 7-68B Change 2 . STATION?? An invalid station select switch (4 or 5) was selected. Verify the correct weapon DTUC is (Reverse Video) Ephermeris. jetti. 7. 3. was selected indi. 2. WCP. (Reverse Video) WPN GPS DATA Input/Output with the Interface Unit (IU) failed (GPS Almanac. jettison. command. xy:LCD ENTRY Entry into Launch Countdown (LCD) was attempted but was unsuc. and aircraft GPS receiver are opera- tional. 6-8). weapon power on was com. AS/SV Configuration data. An unpowered weapon was selected when CDE was commanded. or TM on/off was com. (Reverse Video) do not select bay location switch. which has a permanent fatal Fault. ed. A weapon is not present at one or more of the selected stations Select only stations that have a (Reverse Video) when weapon power on. depressed while in manual launch mode. and verify selection. a weapon with a permanent fatal manded. CDE. weapon present. LCD ENTRY No JASSM launch point/direct target is selected or no weapon is 1. OR 8 STATION NUMBER FAULT INDICATION POSSIBLE CAUSE OPERATOR ACTION ALIGN FAIL Missile alignment failure. Fault. 5. FTS enable. displayed and re-attempt launch. A weapon. or TM on/off is commanded. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Advisories Less [AMI] Fault Indication Coding: • x = L . Select a valid station (1-3. Ensure the associated weapon is operational and targeted.LEFT PYLON OR R . Select only stations that do not have vidually when weapon power on/off. or TM on/off is command. No location/station is selected when weapon power on/off. or Time Mark Data access installed and powered. 2. Select only weapons that have pow- er applied. 6. A weapon. 2. Check OAS Nav Mode is INS AIDED (Reverse Video) NAV. to placing weapon jettison switch in SEL position. LOCATION?? A station switch was selected with no location selected or an op. B: LOCATION The BAY location select switch was selected. Review FRMT-7 and Master Faults (Reverse Video) cessful due to LCD entry check failure. CDE. 4.

WCP LOCATION LEFT PYLON switch was selected sub. 7. jettison.RIGHT PYLON LOCATION • y = 1. A weapon is not present at one or more of the selected sta. 1. pressing the manual launch switch 3. JASSM LCD ENTRY No JASSM launch point/direct target is selected or no weap. operational and targeted before 2. Check OAS Nav Mode is INS (Reverse Video) AIDED NAV. was selec. If in automatic launch mode. Proceed with mission profile. 1. CDE. commanded. 3. Deselect the PCP LP switch and (Reverse Video) assigned to the LP location. Do not enter a command to a ted when CDE. 5. make JASSM SMO prime. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Advisories (Cont) [AMI] Fault Indication Coding: • x = L . SMO will reset the manual launch command if launch entry requirements are not met. OR 8 STATION NUMBER FAULT INDICATION POSSIBLE CAUSE OPERATOR ACTION B: LOCATION The BAY location select switch was selected. 2. do not select bay location switch. command. Ensure the associated weapon is 1. or TM on/off com. is no SMO assigned to the LP location. WCP LOCATION L PYLON switch was selected but there tion. assign a SMO to the Left Pylon loca- 2. Assign a SMO to the Left Pylon 3. then power and align missiles. B (bay) is not a selectable JASSM (Reverse Video) location. power applied. Recycle missile power. if re- lon location and the SMO assigned to the LP location is not quired. CDE. 3. or TM on/off is commanded. No location/station is selected when weapon power on/ 2.LEFT PYLON OR R . If in manual launch mode. LCD is not initiated for the current release event. weapon with a permanent fatal fault. FTS enable. jettison. Select location(s) and station(s) off. CDE. JASSM launch point/direct target. a manual launch command is present. 6. PCP Left Pylon switch was selected but there is no SMO 1. location before selecting the WCP sequent to selection of the Bay location and/or the Right Py. or TM on/off is station(s) with weapon(s) present. Figure 7-20 (Sheet 2 of 3) Change 2 7-68C . 2. If required. TM on/off. (Reverse Video) JASSM launch point is within 30 minutes. and verify selection. A. JASSM ALIGN FAIL Missile alignment failure. aircraft is within the In- Zone LAR and will be at the point of closest approach when LCD is complete. JASSM EVENT The JASSM SMO is secondary and a mission planned 1. if required. 2. 2. JASSM GPS DATA I/O with the IU failed. 1. where CTS has been commanded.O. Verify that the GPS Initialization (Reverse Video) file exists on the DTC and the aircraft IU and GPS receiver are operational. 2. 4. the same as the SMO assigned to the previously selected location. A weapon. prior to entering the command. A weapon. 2. 5. JASSM LOC/STA?? 1. manded. A weapon with a permanent fatal fault was selected indi. T. 3. B. weapon weapon that has received the CTS power on was commanded. jettison. mentarily depressed while in manual launch mode. Select only weapons that have faulted. A weapon is not selected for launch and: while in manual launch mode. which is not powered and not permanently fatal 4. Do not select a station having a vidually when weapon power on/off. Select appropriate location(s) and (Reverse Video) tions when weapon power on. LOCATION L PYLON switch. 1. L: LOCATION?? 1. Entry into LCD was expected but unsuccessful. was selected when CDE was commanded. Ensure current destination is a (Reverse Video) on is ready to be launched when the manual switch is mo.

have only one location selected. WCP LOCATION RIGHT PYLON switch was selected location before selecting the WCP subsequent to selection of the Bay location and/or the Left LOCATION R PYLON switch.T. (Reverse Video) 2. 3. 6-8). mary SMO is assigned. is no SMO assigned to the RP location. 2.LEFT PYLON OR R . if re- Pylon location and the SMO assigned to the RP location is quired. Select a location on the WCP. Determine DTR status from FRMT-6. 1. For a WCP selective jettison. 2. STORES DATA FAIL A failure occurred during stores data loading from the DTC. if required. Figure 7-20 (Sheet 3 of 3) 7-68D Change 2 . displayed and re-attempt launch. Ensure the DTC is properly in- (Reverse Video) serted. 4. Individual WCP station switch was selected with multiple 2. xy:LCD ENTRY Entry into Launch Countdown (LCD) was attempted but was Review FRMT-7 and Master Faults (Reverse Video) unsuccessful due to LCD entry check failure. Select a valid station (1-3. assign a SMO to the Right Pylon 2. Reinstall DTC to different DTR and reload mission. 2. WCP LOCATION R PYLON switch was selected but there location.RIGHT PYLON LOCATION • y = 1. se- (Reverse Video) been commanded for a location for which there is no SMO lect the location(s) for which the pri- assigned. An invalid station select switch (4 or 5) was selected. change the primary SMO and reissue the Jet- tison All request. Reattempt mission data load. to entering the command. 3. x:JETT INHIB Either a WCP selective jettison or a BMJCP Jettison All has 1. 2. PCP Right Pylon switch was selected but there is no SMO 1. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Advisories (Cont) [AMI] Fault Indication Coding: • x = L . STATION?? 1. (Reverse Video) LOC/STA?? No location and station selected when weapon power on/off Select location(s) and station(s) prior (Reverse Video) or jettison is commanded. 6. Select the ALL station switch or locations selected and the SMO has inhibited such. OR 8 STATION NUMBER FAULT INDICATION POSSIBLE CAUSE OPERATOR ACTION LOCATION?? WCP station switch was selected with no location selected. Deselect the PCP RP switch and (Reverse Video) assigned to the RP location. For a BMJCP Jettison All. not the same as the SMO assigned to the previously selected location. 1. R: LOCATION?? 1. Assign a SMO to the Right Pylon 3. 7.O.

CDE COMPLT (Normal Video) Less [AMI] Classified data erase has been completed for all selected JASSM CDE COMPLT (Normal Video) weapons.5 G or >2. T. SIT COMPLT (Normal Video) The System Integrity Test has been completed for all weapons that have had power applied. (< –0. maximum roll rate. [AMI] Figure 7-21 Safe Release Advisories Safe release advisories do not inhibit launch. Possible collision between weap- ons and between weapon and aircraft can occur if weapon is launched with a release advisory displayed. Decrease aircraft pitch angle or mum pitch rate (5°/second) violated. lated. (blank) No release advisory exists.O. Figure 7-22 Change 2 7-69 . LEVL_OFF Vertical velocity or vertical acceleration Decrease altitude rate of change. None. maximum pitch rate. PITCH Maximum pitch angle (10°) or maxi. Decrease aircraft yaw rate. YAW Maximum yaw rate (1°/second) vio.0 G) is too high. NOTE In order of priority. safe release advisories follow weapon launch advisories in the following order: RELEASE ADVISORY INDICATION CORRECTIVE ACTION ROLL Maximum roll angle (10°) or maximum Decrease aircraft roll angle or roll rate (5°/second) violated. 1B-52H-34-2-8 JASSM Status Messages MESSAGE TEXT STATUS INDICATED GO/NOGO COMPLT (Normal Video) The Go/No-Go Test has been completed for all weapons that have had power applied.

T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Weapon Launch Advisories NOTE • Weapon launch advisories are displayed when crew actions are required.O. Figure 7-23 (Sheet 1 of 2) 7-70 .02 Increase aircraft airspeed. Bright Aircraft altitude is at. to obtain an effective JASSM launch. DIVE (Blinking. Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone or In-Zone is achievable.02 Decrease aircraft airspeed. path or wait until the aircraft is In- Applicable when the aircraft is not In. Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone or In-Zone is achievable. but In-Zone is achievable. RIGHT indication. Current aircraft heading is within 3° or Put the aircraft back on preplanned Bright Underlined Video) outside of heading tolerance limits. HDG TOL Current aircraft heading is within 3° to 6° Put the aircraft back on preplanned (Blinking. Underlined Video) feet of the maximum altitude for release. DECEL (Blinking. below or within 500 Increase aircraft altitude rate of Underlined Video) feet of the minimum altitude for release. Bright Video) of heading tolerance limits. above. Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone or In-Zone is achievable. LAUNCH ADVISORY INDICATION CORRECTIVE ACTION CLIMB (Blinking. path or wait until the aircraft is In- Applicable when the aircraft is not In. change. Zone for the TRN LEFT or TRN Zone. Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone or In-Zone is achievable. Underlined Video) Mach of the maximum Mach for release. HDG TOL (Blinking. Zone for the TRN LEFT or TRN Zone. below or within 0. • The weapon launch advisories are shown below in the order of highest prior- ity. ACCEL (Blinking. but In-Zone is achievable. or within 0. Zone for the TRN LEFT or TRN Zone. Bright Aircraft speed is at. above or within 500 Decrease altitude rate of change. path or wait until the aircraft is In- Applicable when the aircraft is not In. Bright Aircraft altitude is at. but In-Zone is achievable. HDG TOL Current aircraft heading is within 6° to 9° Put the aircraft back on preplanned (Blinking Video) of heading tolerance limits. Underlined Video) Mach of the minimum Mach for release. RIGHT indication. RIGHT indication. Bright Aircraft speed is at.

tolerance for release.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone only. (Turn RIGHT to correct.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone only. TRN RIGHT Aircraft heading is within 6° to 9° of the Turn aircraft to the right until within (Blinking Video) left heading tolerance limit for release. 1B-52H-34-2-8 LAUNCH ADVISORY INDICATION CORRECTIVE ACTION TRN LEFT Aircraft heading is within 6° to 9° of the Turn aircraft to the left until within (Blinking Video) right heading tolerance limit for release. (Turn RIGHT to correct.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone only. Aircraft heading is within 3° or outside of Turn aircraft to the right until within Bright Underlined Video) the left heading tolerance limit for re. (Turn LEFT to correct. TRN RIGHT Aircraft heading is within 3° to 6° of the Turn aircraft to the right until within (Blinking. TRN LEFT Aircraft heading is within 3° to 6° of the Turn aircraft to the left until within (Blinking. tolerance for release.) Applica- ble when the aircraft is In-Zone only. TRN RIGHT (Blinking. Aircraft heading is within 3° or outside of Turn aircraft to the left until within Bright Underlined Video) the right heading tolerance limit for re. tolerance for release.) Applica- ble when the aircraft is In-Zone only. tolerance for release. lease. Figure 7-23 (Sheet 2 of 2) 7-71 .O. (blank) No launch advisory exists. Bright Video) left heading tolerance limit for release. lease. None. TRN LEFT (Blinking. Bright Video) right heading tolerance limit for release. (Turn RIGHT to correct. T.) Applicable when the aircraft is In-Zone only. (Turn LEFT to correct. (Turn LEFT to correct. tolerance for release. tolerance for release.

OVERTEMP R Over Temperature Caution Fault. COMM NOGO R Weapon communication Fault. Timeline Abort Fault. Uncommanded Timeline Abort. LCD FAIL R LCD abort prior to CTS. Simulated Launch Fault. ACFT PWR R 3-Phase 115V AC power Fault (uncommanded on). 28 VDC #2 Power Fault (uncommanded off). GPS INIT R AS/SV Received Failure. Min TXA Received Fault. Figure 7-24 (Sheet 1 of 2) 7-72 . GPS DATA R Ephemeris Received Fault. HUNG R Hung store. 1B-52H-34-2-8 FRMT-7 Weapon Faults VIDEO FRMT-7 MESSAGE HIGHLIGHT CAUSE ABORT R LCD abort after CTS. 28 VDC #1 Power Fault. HTR PWR R 3-Phase 115 VAC Power Fault (uncommanded off). CTSS R Uncommanded CTS Fault.O. Uncommanded Ejector Lock. CTSS Battery Failure. GPS Keys Transfer Fault. Timeline Integration Fault. CTSS Battery Failure. FTS R Activate FTS Fault. Surface/Fin Delay Fault. Uncommanded CTSS Fault. BIA FAIL R BIA Fault. SEEKER R Terminal Guidance Fault. Aircraft ID Fault. EJECTOR R Ejector status discrepancy Fault. ERASE FAIL R Data Erase Failure Fault. Time Received Fault. Mass Data Transfer Protocol Fault. BUS TEST R Weapon Bus Test Fault. R/Blinking Over Temperature Warning Fault.T. Almanac Received Fault.

STORE ID R Store description Fault. TGT NOGO R Targeting Fault. WPN DATA R Weapon Mission Data Fault. Engine Control Fault. Reset Power Dropout Fault. Activate IBIT Fault.O. BIT report Fault. (CS Fault. Uncommanded Weapon Test Fault. GPS Fault. Release Consent Uncommanded High Fault. PF Fault. LCD Abort after CTS. PS Fault). T. Processor Fault. Uncommanded IBIT Fault. XXX-YYYZ N Store ID when Go/NoGo Test or SIT is active and no weapon Faults exist. Current Weapon State Fault. IMU Fault. Uncommanded Data Erase Fault. WPN PRSNT R Weapon present status discrepancy. Critical hardware Fault. 28VDC2 R 28 VDC #2 Power Fault (uncommanded on). TIK FAIL R TIK Fault. Figure 7-24 (Sheet 2 of 2) 7-73/(7-74 blank) . WPN NOGO R Reset Power Dropout Fault. TLMY R Telemetry Fault. WARM-UP R Warm-up Complete Fault. 1B-52H-34-2-8 VIDEO FRMT-7 MESSAGE HIGHLIGHT CAUSE SQUIB NOGO R Squibs Fault. (blank) N Weapon is not present or no Fault exists for this weap- on or WIU power for this pylon is off.

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O. T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Glossary ACU Avionics Control Units EED Electroexplosive Device ADP Air Data Probe EMI Electromagnetic Interference AFMSS Air Force Mission Support System FCP Flight Computer Program AIU Armament Interface Unit FDRC Fault Data Recorder Cartridge AJCP Alternate Jettison Control Panel FMS Flight Management System AOC Air Operations Center FSP Flush Static Port AS/SV Anti-Spoofing/Satellite Vehicle FTS Flight Termination System ATC Automatic Target Correlator GMCP Ground Maintenance Computer Program ATL Above Target Level GPI Global Position Indicator ATO Air Tasking Order GPS Global Positioning System AUR All Upround Ready GWD Gravity Weapon Delivery A/W/E Aircraft/Weapon/Electronic software HSAB Heavy Stores Adapter Beam BIA Bomb Impact Assesment IBIT Initiated Built-in-Test BIT Built In Test ICSMS Integrated Conventional Stores Management System BTT Bearing To Target IKB Integrated Keyboard C&D Controls and Displays IMU Inertial Measurement Unit CAD Controls And Displays processor IMV Instrumented Measurement Vehicle CCA Circuit Card Assembly INS Inertial Navigation System CDE Classified Data Erase IR Infrared CEM Conventional Enhancement Modification IIR Imaging and Infrared CEP Circular Error Probable ITL Intent to Launch (synonymous to CTS) CPOA Closest Point of Approach IUS Interface Unit Software CTOF Current Time Of Flight IZ In-Zone CTS Commit to Separate (synonymous to ITL) JAGR JASSM Anti-Jam GPS Receiver CTSS Commit to Store Separation JASSM Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile CWI Conventional Weapons Integration LAR Launch Acceptability Region DMPI Desired Mean Point of Impact LCD Launch Countdown DPPDB Digital Point Position Database LOS Line of Sight DTC Data Transfer Cartridge LP Launch Point DTCU Data Transfer Controller Unit LRU Line Replaceable Unit DTD Digital Transfer Device MCU Missile Control Unit DTED Digital Terrain Elevation Data MF Master Fault DTG Distance To Go MFD Multifunction Display DTU Data Transfer Unit MIDB Modern Integrated Intelligence Database DTUC Data Transfer Unit Cartridge MIU Missile Interface Unit E East MPS Mission Planning System ECU Environmental Control Unit Glossary 1 .

1B-52H-34-2-8 MSG Advisory message acknowledgment switch SIT System Integrity Test N North SMIU Stores Management Interface Unit NAWD Navigation and Weapon Delivery Processor SMO Stores Management Overlay NEW Net Explosive Weight TACT Ferry Tactical Ferry Flight NF Non Fatal TAM Target Area Module NTM National Technical Means TBMCS Theater Battle Management Core System N/A Not Applicable TF Transient Fatal OAS Offensive Avionics System T/R Transformer/Rectifier OCP Operational Computer Program TAL Transfer Alignment Maneuver OML Outer Mold Line TDS Target Data Set PCP Power Control Panel TIK Test Instrumentation Kit PDU Power Distribution Unit TLI Timeline Integration PMD Prime Mission Data TM Telemetry PF Permanent Fatal TOF Time of Flight PGMTDB Precision Guided Munition Target Database TOT Time on Target PME Prime Mission Equipment TTG Time to Go PTM Precision Targeting Module TXA Transfer Alignment PTOF Planned Time Of Flight UC Upper Corner PVE Preset–Verify–Execute UTC Universal Time Coordinated REPF Rear Echelon Production Facility VAC Volts Alternating Current RF Radio Frequency VDC Volts Direct Current ROB Range On Bearing W West S South WCE Weapon Control Equipment SC Safety Critical WCP Weapon Control Panel SAASM Selective Availability Anti-Spoofing Module WF Wire Frame SA Situation Awareness WGS-84 World Geodetic System 1984 SAU Splitter Amplifer Unit WIU Weapon Interface Unit SAIR Safe and In–Range WPM Weapon Planning Module Glossary 2 .O.T.

3-7* Automatic Launch Determination 7-46 Format (FRMT) Displays 1-56 Automatic Missile Launch Checklist (RN-N) 2-19 FRMT-7 Missile Faults 7-52A Avionics 1-6 FRMT-7 Weapon Faults 7-52A.n) 1-42*. 1-48* Alternate Jettison Control Panel 1-24* Firefighting and Evacuation Criteria 3-7.nn) 1-69* Inflight Procedures 2-9 Direct Target Copy Command (CF-Dn) 1-52G In-Range LAR 7-31 Direct Targeting Data Entry Procedures 2-13 In-Range/In-Zone Indication 7-43 Direct Target Definition Integrated Keyboard (IKB) 1-18* Display (CF-588. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Alphabetical Index *DENOTES ILLUSTRATION Page Page A E Advisories and Status Messages 7-52A Emergency Aircrew Procedures 3-1 After Engine Start (Aircraft Power and Cooling Emergency Jettison 3-5 Air Available) 2-7 Engine 1-6 After Landing Procedures 2-23 Exterior Inspection (Power Off) (RN/N) 2-3 After Takeoff (RN/N) 2-9 Aircraft Commander’s Responsibilities 3-6 F Air Data System 1-6 FCP Supervision Menu (CF-6) 1-46.7-20A* In-Zone LAR 7-36 Change 2 Index-1 . 7-72* FTS Enable/Disable Command (CF-57C.O. T.xy) B (OTL Only) 4-3 B-52 Carrier Equipment 1-3 FTS Power Source Command (CF-57D) B-52/JASSM Weapon System 1-3 (OTL Only) 4-3 B-52 Mission Data Load Display (CF-81 1-52C* Fuselage 1-5 Backup Notification Procedures 3-6 Fuel System 1-5 Before Exterior Inspection (Power Off) (RN/N) 2-3 Before Launch Check (RN) 2-18 G Blow Off Wedges 1-5 General Procedures 2-3 Ground Safeing Procedures (RN-N) 2-23 C Circuit Breaker Panels 1-23* H Circuit Protection 1-23* Heavy Stores Adapter Beam JASSM Commands for OAS Power Control Panel Configuration 1-8* and Missile Control Panel (CF-E) 1-55* Control Function (CF) Displays 1-30 I Control Function (CF) Menu 1-30C* Inflight Emergency Notification Procedures D (World Wide) 3-7 Definition of Terms 3-6 Inflight Notification Procedures 3-6 Destination Table Display (FRMT-10.

7-15* Missile Targeting Procedures (RN-N) 2-10 JASSM Status Messages 7-69* Mission Data Load Display (CF-81) 1-52C* JASSM Supervision Menu (CF-57) 1-32*.T. 5-3* Missile Launch Restrictions 7-48 JASSM Launch Or Jettison Missile Launch Termination 7-47 With Open Bomb Bay Doors 5-1 Missile Mission Data and Targeting 7-17 JASSM Launch Sequence Timeline (Typical) 7-46* Missile Mission Types 7-3 JASSM Master Faults 7-53* Missile Power Application 7-8 JASSM Preferred Launch/Jettison Sequence 7-49* Missile Power Application (N) 2-9 JASSM Program Commands 1-74* Missile Power Removal 7-15 JASSM Safe Separation and Deconfliction 5-2 Missile Preferred Launch Sequence 2-12* JASSM SMO Flight Test Software Commands 4-1 Missile Preferred Jettison Sequence 3-2* JASSM SMO Software 1-27 Missile Preparation For Launch (RN-N) 2-17 JASSM Static LAR 7-29* Missile/Target Assignment Display (CF-586) 1-36* JASSM Status and Inventory Missile/Target Assignment (Manual Display (FRMT-7) 1-62*. 1-4* Index-2 Change 2 .O. 1-21* JASSM Unachievable In-Zone LAR 7-40* Jettison Control Switches 1-25* Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile (JASSM) 1-3. 1-52A* JASSM Unachievable In-Range LAR 7-34* Multifunction Displays 1-12. 4-1 Mission Planning 6-1 JASSM Suspension System 1-7 Mission Planning Flow and Partitioning 6-3* JASSM Target Assignment (Manual Targeting) Mission Planning Functional Flow 6-5* Display (CF-586) 7-19* Mission Planning Modules 6-3 JASSM Target Definition 7-21* Mission Planning Considerations 6-7 JASSM Targeting Menu (CF-58) 1-34* Mission Planning Timelines 6-4 JASSM Telemetry Antenna 4-2* Mission Supervision Menu (CF-8) 1-51. 1-53* JASSM Free Flight Sequence 7-48 Missile Data Flow (Typical) 1-13* JASSM FRMT (Format) Menu 1-58* Missile Jettison 3-2. 7-14* Targeting Procedures 2-10 JASSM Status and Inventory Display with Missile Targeting Methods 7-17 Selected Station (FRMT-7xy) 1-64*. K L JASSM Achievable In-Range LAR 7-32* Launch Procedures 2-17 JASSM Achievable In-Zone LAR 7-37* JASSM Advisories 7-68B* M JASSM Anti-Ice Operation 5-1 Manual Launch Determination 7-47 JASSM Closest Point of Approach Outside Manual Missile Launch Checklist (RN-N) 2-20 In-Zone LAR 7-41* Master Faults 7-52A JASSM Control Function (CF) Commands 1-30B* MAU-12 Ejector Rack With Extension 1-9* JASSM Control Switches 1-25* Messages 7-52A JASSM Cover 1-7 MFD Display Figures 1-12 JASSM Employment Overview 7-3 Missile and Ejector Status 7-10 JASSM Flight Profile Summary 7-4* Missile Check (RN/N) 2-7 JASSM Flight Profiles 7-5* Missile Control Panel Backup JASSM Format Commands 1-57* Display (CF-E) 1-52G. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Page Page J. 7-50 JASSM IKB Commands 1-19* Missile Launch 7-45 JASSM Initialization Timeline 7-9* Missile Launch Procedures 2-18 JASSM In-Zone LAR 7-36* Missile Launch Process 7-45 JASSM Jettison and Launch Envelopes 5-1.

1-30E* SMO Control Function (CF) Commands 1-30* Wing Flutter Airspeed Limitations 5-1 SMO Format Commands 1-57* Wings 1-5 SMO FRMT (Format) Menu 1-58* WPM Timeline Definition 6-6* Change 2 Index-3/(Index-4 blank) .xy) (Captive Carry Only) 4-4 Preferred Launch/Jettison Sequence 7-48 Preflight Procedures 2-3 U PRGM Display In-Range/In-Zone Indications 7-44* Unit Mission Planning Integration 6-4 Prime Mission Data 1-28 USAF JASSM Mission Planning Module 6-2 Program Displays (PRGM) 1-74. T. 1B-52H-34-2-8 Page Page N SMO Load Menu (CF-62) 1-50* SMO MFD Displays 1-27 Notification Procedures – Dangerous Materials 3-6 SMO Restart 7-52 Normal Notification Procedures 3-6 SMO Termination 7-52 Stores Inventory Summary O Display (FRMT-77) 7-68B* Supplementary Data 4-1 OAS Power Control Panel 1-17* OAS/Joint Air to Surface Standoff T Missile Operation 7-3 OAS/Weapon System Related Controls and Targeting Process Control (CF-DD and Displays 1-11 CF-DE) 1-52G Offensive Avionics System (OAS) Target Ranging 7-29 Interface 1-11 Target Ranging Indications 7-43 Operating Limitations 5-1 Targeting Techniques 7-22 Telemetry Power OFF Command (CF-57B) P. X. 7-70* Simulated Ranging 7-51 Weapon Monitor and Power Control 7-7 Simulated Targeting Operations 7-51 Weapon Summary Display Simulated WCE Responses 7-51 (FRMT-12. 7A. 1-29* W.xy) (Captive Carry Only) 4-4 Post Strike/Abort Procedures 2-22 Transfer Alignment (TXA) Re-Init Command Post Strike/Abort (RN/N) 2-22 (CF-57F. 7-69* Weapon Assignment Data Display (CF-DF or Safe Release and Weapon Launch Advisories 7-52A CF-DB from FRMT-7. CF-82C) 1-52E* SIM Mode Response Times 7-51* Weapon Jettison 1-22 Simulated Missile Loadout 7-51 Weapon Launch Advisories 7-43. 7C or 7xy) 1-68A* Selective Jettison Using the AJCP 3-4 Weapon Control Equipment (WCE) Status 7-7 Selective Jettison Using the WCP/SMO 3-3 Weapon Control Panel 1-14* Selected Direct Target Deselection Weapon Group Load Menu Command (CLR-D) 1-52G (CF-82A.O. Q (Test Only) 4-3 Telemetry Power ON Command (CF-57A) Pilots’ Bomb Bay & Missile Jettison Control (Test Only) 4-1 Switch Commanded Jettison 1-25 Test Instrumentation Kit (TIK) 4-1 Pilot’s Munition Consent Panel 1-16* Transfer Alignment (TXA) Halt Command PME Status Display (FRMT-6) 1-60* (CF-57E. Y.Dn) 1-71* Simulation Capabilities 7-51 Weapon Supervision Menu (CF-5) 1-30. Z REPF Mission Planning 6-4 Warhead 1-5 S WCE Power Application 7-7 WCE Power Removal 7-8 Safe Release Advisories 7-44.nn/FRMT-12. 1-75* PTM Timeline Definition 6-6* V R Vertical Tail 1-5 Release Advisory Display 1-28.

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