Tactical Ground-to-ground Attack Weapon System

The tactical ground-to-ground attack weapon system comprises state-of-the-art M20 missile, WS-43 loitering attack weapon system and multiple launch rocket system (A series and WS series) with precision guided, simple guided and unguided types. The system features universal platform, diversified kinds of warheads, integration of reconnaissance, attack, control and assessment, and a full range of 20 -290 km for a variety of missions.



WS-3A precision GMLRS takes high-mobile wheeled cross-country chassis as its carrier and adopts the canister-launch technology with multiple functions of storage, transport and launch. It features long-range, high accuracy, strong firepower, quick response and convenient maintenance with a wide variety of warheads being employed. WS-3A precision GMLRS can accomplish missions in rocket battalion as basic combat unit to attack targets in depth. It can strike 6 different targets within an area of 10 km×10 km in one salvo.

WS-3A rocket has been procured by many friendly countries as a leading GMLRS and transferred its technology to some states.


  • Large Range
  • High Accuracy
  • Strong Penetration Damage


  • Multiple Strikes
  • Quick Combat Reaction
  • Simple Operation and Maintenance


WS-3A rocket battalion is the basic battle unit, and its organization is designed for independent combat.



Range 75-275 km
Accuracy CEP ≤ 50 m
Take-off Mass 1,400 kg
Length of Rocket 7,200 mm
Diameter of Rocket Φ380 mm
Guidance Mode SINS / GNSS based whole-course guidance
Launch Readiness Time ≤ 7 min
Weight of Warhead 200 kg
Type of Warhead Blast-fragmentation warhead
Blast / Fragmentation cluster
Loading Quantity 6 per vehicle
Launch Mode Vehicular canister-type oblique launch