Underwater Guided Missiles

LIG Nex1’s Underwater Guided Missiles are launched from ships, aircraft, submarines, or other platforms to strike maritime surface or underwater targets with pinpoint precision.

Torpedoes
Mines
Heavyweight Torpedo
White Shark
Lightweight Torpedo
Blue Shark
Korean Anti-Submarine Missile
Red Shark
Wire-Guided
Heavyweight Torpedo
Submarine-Launched
Mobile Sea Mine
수중 유도무기 백상어 청상어 홍상어 선유도 중어뢰 자항기뢰
  • Heavyweight Torpedo
    White Shark
  • White Shark is a heavyweight torpedo deployed by submarines for striking surface ships and submarines. As a self-propelled torpedo, White Shark employs a sound-based tracking system that is suitable for use in the waters surrounding the Korean peninsula.
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  • Lightweight Torpedo
    Blue Shark
  • Blue Shark is a lightweight torpedo deployed on surface ships, marine helicopters and anti-submarine patrol aircraft as a means to strike enemy submarines. Capable of penetrating 1.5 meter-thick steel, Blue Shark tracks the sound of enemy submarines and strikes enemy submarines.
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  • Korean Anti-Submarine Missile
    Red Shark
  • Deployed on surface ships, Red Shark is a long-range submarine torpedo that can strike enemy submarines that are outside the range of lightweight torpedoes. Red Shark, a ship-mounted long-range Korean anti-submarine missile, was developed to overcome the short range of conventional lightweight torpedoes and to attack enemy submarines from a distance. When attacking a target, a rocket containing Blue Shark, a lightweight torpedo, is fired vertically from the surface ship and Blue Shark is separated from the rocket above the water where the target is located and then it enters the water to seek out the target.
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  • Wire guided Heavyweight Torpedo

  • Wire guided Heavyweight Torpedo is a wire-guided heavyweight torpedo deployed on submarines that can avoid decoys while targeting surface ships and submarines from a distance. Following the development of White Shark, Blue Shark and Red Shark, this new version of torpedo is developed to strike enemy surface ships and submarines from a distance and is expected to enhance the viability of submarines.
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  • Submarine-launched Mobile Mine
     
  • Deployed by submarines, Submarine-launched Mobile Mine floats at a certain depth until it detects the sound of a hostile surface ship or submarine, after which it moves toward and destroys the enemy. Equipped with a sound sensor and powerful magnet, the mine detects the sound made by the screw and attaches itself to the hull before explosion.
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