ALCMS

AcronymDefinition
ALCMSAirfield Lighting Control and Monitoring System (also seen as ALCS)
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Russian NSNWs, and other nuclear weapons potentially suitable for use in limited regional war, include bomber-launched ALCMs, submarine-launched cruise missiles (SLCM), and ground-launched cruise missiles (GLCM).
More than two and one-half decades after the end of the Cold War and the demise of the Soviet Union, post-Soviet Russia and the United States maintain numerous nuclear weapons deployed on intercontinental and transoceanic launchers, including land-based intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBM), submarine-launched ballistic missiles (SLBM), and heavy bombers capable of carrying a variety of munitions, including gravity bombs, air-launched cruise missiles (ALCM), and advanced cruise missiles.
However, the B-21 may also carry nuclear stand-off weapons in the form of the Long-Range Stand-Off (LRSO) ALCM which could replace the existing nuclear-armed Boeing AGM-86B ALCM currently deployed on the B-52H.
The excess ALCMs will also be eliminated, with the remaining missiles
A decision on which ALCM to buy is expected in 2005, with the weapons entering service between 2007 and 2009.
European industry is capable of designing and producing global positioning system-inertial navigation system (GPS-INS) kits, ALCMs, LGBs, and IFRF aircraft.
"We've been told that there are no more ALCMs to convert.
One modification resulted in fairings called strakelets on the leading edge of each wingroot of all B-52Gs that carry Air Launched Cruise Missiles (ALCM).
The upgrade of 06/24 meant the ALCMS software needed to be adjusted for the first time, the task being completed by the manufacturers' engineers in around six hours.
To thwart an attack by ALCMs, US forces should prevent Chinese bombers (H-6s and JH-7s) from reaching the maximum launch range of their most likely weapons--323 nm.
armaments if it is "equipped for long-range nuclear ALCMs, nuclear