Martin Pescador

Notes: The Martin Pescador (Kingfisher in Spanish) is an ASM that is primarily meant to take down ships, but is also useful against land targets. It can be fired from helicopters or fixed-wing aircraft. It borrows heavily from the US Bullpup, including the simple radio command with joystick control in the cockpit. Though the missile was shown as early as 1979, none were used in the 1982 Falklands War, and the missile has not been seen much. Acquisition may have been slowed or stopped by budgetary problems.

Weapon

Difficulty

Guidance

Weight

Price

Martin Pescador

Average

Radio Command

140 kg

$4568

Weapon

Speed

Round

Min Range

Max Range

Damage

Pen

Martin Pescador

3910

KEP/HE

2500

9000

C70 B82

119C