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-43 loitering rocket is a new concept weapon ammunition. The loitering rocket utilizes networked planning control system and data link system to achieve netting operation, online track planning and other armament coordinated operations. With integrated operation capability of target reconnaissance, control, striking and assessment, it can effectively cope with stationary target, moving target, reverse slope target and time-sensitive target, etc.


  • Multi-Function: Investigation, Blockade and Attack
  • Transparent on Battlefield and Cooperative on Tactics
  • Quick Combat Reaction
  • Selective Attack on Mobile Target
  • Multiple Combat Mode and Agile Combat Operation


WS-43 rocket battalion is the basic battle unit, and its organization is designed for independent combat.



Operational Radius 22-58 km
Endurance ≥ 30 min
Loitering Speed Mach 0.3
Accuracy CEP ≤ 10 m (Terminal homing guidance)
Take-off Mass 215 kg
Length of Rocket 3,400 mm
Wingspan of Rocket 2,120 mm
Guidance Mode SINS / GNSS + Terminal homing guidance
Weight of Warhead 20 kg
Type of Warhead Blast-fragmentation warhead
Loading Quantity 8 per vehicle
Launch Mode Canister-type oblique launch