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Future Air-to-Surface Guided Weapon (FASGW) The UK’s Future Air to Surface Guided Weapon (FASGW) is being developed as a family of guided weapons comprising of a light and heavy missile systems, improving the Royal Navy's armaments to equip the future Naval Vertical Lift aviation systems. In the immediate term, FASGW will improve the firepower and effectiveness of the Royal Navy 'Surface Combatant Maritime Rotorcraft program' (SCMR), currently consisting of the Sea Lynx carrying the Sea-Skua missile.
The Marines perfected dive bombing in Nicaragua and the Stuka was really the first best example of CAS. Dive bombing was also the most effective way to sink a ship in World War 2. Dive bombers were the first precision guided weapon systems but they were also very vulnerable and losses were high. The second evolved form of CAS that became so effective was smothering a target in napalm with fighter bombers.
Careful coordination is required, through multiple radio links, GPS coordinates for the troops in contact, and on the aircraft involved, along with any guided weapons.