You can run, but you can’t hide – new missile looks good in simulations

The fourth of five developmental test flights has successfully been completed by the Boeing SLAM ER (Standoff Land Attack Missile Expanded Response). The missile’s target was a simulated fighter aircraft within a revetment a walled enclosure that closely surrounds aircraft to form a protective barrier to shield them from nearby explosions.

Launched from 40,000ft, SLAM ER descended to a low-altitude and flew a maximum range trajectory to the target, where it performed an aggressive pop-up manoeuvre from a low altitude and then executed a steep dive to the target