LUFTWAFFE EUROFIGHTERS GO AIR TO GROUND

The recent delivery of GBU-48 precision-guided bombs has provided the Luftwaffe EF2000 fleet — the Typhoon name is not used in German service — with an air-to-ground capability, meeting the requirement for the Eurofighter to be multi-role.

The Eurofighter can carry a total of four GBU-48 Enhanced Paveway IIs, representing an additional weight of around two tonnes.
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EUROFIGHTER TYPHOON // GERMAN AIR FORCE

THE FIRST EXAMPLES of the GBU-48 Enhanced Paveway II were officially handed over to Taktisches Luftwaffengeschwader 31 ‘Boelcke’ (TaktLwG 31 ‘B’, Tactical Air Force Wing 31) at Nörvenich on December 18 last year.

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