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Fallout 4 Lay Down Mod



Laydown delivery is a mode of delivery found in some nuclear gravity bombs: the bomb's descent to the target is slowed by parachute so that it lands on the ground without detonating. The bomb then detonates by timer some time later.[1] Laydown delivery requires the weapon to be reinforced so that it can survive the force of impact.[2]


Laydown modes are used to make weapon delivery survivable by aircraft flying at low level.[3] Low-altitude delivery helps hide the aircraft from surface-to-air missiles.[4] The ground burst detonation of a laydown delivered weapon is used to increase the effect of the weapon's blast on built-up targets such as submarine pens, or to transmit a shock wave through the ground to attack deeply-buried targets. An attack of this type produces large amounts of radioactive fallout.


The issue of aircraft survivability lead to laydown being selected for the Vickers Valiant bomber of the Royal Air Force, as the design became increasingly vulnerable to Soviet weapons, especially the SA-2 missile. The low-level laydown delivery was referred to as "Equipment 2 Foxtrot" in RAF parlance; alternatives included "2 Echo" toss bombing and "2 Hotel", a particular climbing delivery method used by the Avro Vulcan.[4]


Last changed 12 June 2020If a weapon name is an active link, click on it to see a picture of the weapon, or a page on it (if one exists).Desig-nationTypeWidth(in.)Length(in.)Weight(lb.)Yield(s)FuzingDeploymentStatusCommentsMk-IBomb281208,90015 - 16 kTAirburstUsed in combat in 1945, never stockpiled; only 5 bomb assemblies completed, all retired by Nov 1950Gun-assembly HEU bomb; "Little Boy" dropped on HiroshimaMk-IIBomb Theoretical design, never producedLow-efficiency plutonium implosion bombMk-IIIBomb60.2512810,30018, 20-23, 37, 49 kTAirburstUsed in combat in 1945; mass production 4/47-4/49, 120 produced; all retired late 1950Plutonium implosion bomb; "Fat Man", Model 1561; Mods 0, 1, 2Mk-4Bomb6012810,800 - 10,9001, 3.5, 8, 14, 21, 22, 31 kTAirburstEntered service 3/49; produced 3/49-5/51; 550 produced (all mods);Retired 7/52-5/53Implosion fission bomb; redesigned weapon based on Mk-III Mod 1; first IFI weapon; first assembly-line produced nuclear weapon; used type C and D pits, composite Pu-HEU cores; 3 modsT-1 / TX-1Atomic Demolition MunitionAbout 8?About 150Low kilotonTime delayEntered service, withdrawn, late 1940sDeveloped at Picatinny Arsenal for the U.S. Army. The only U.S. nuclear weapon ever developed outside of the nuclear laboratory system. Gun-assembly HEU weapon.W-4Warhead60906,500AirburstCancelled 1951Planned warhead for the Snark SSM cruise missile; Mk-4 bomb derivativeMk-5Bomb43.75129 - 1323,025 - 3,1756, 16, 55, 60, 100, 120 kTAirburst or contactEntered operational stockpile 5/52;last retired 1/63;140 bombs (all mods) produced92 lens high efficiency implosion bomb; used type D pit, composite cores; first weapon with major size/weight reduction over Fat Man; used as primary (1st stage) in the first thermonuclear devices; 4 mods; first weapon to use auto IFIW-5Warhead39; 44762,405 - 2,650; 2,600 (XW-5-X1)same as Mk-5Airburst or surfaceStart of manufacture 4/54 (Regulus), 7/54 (Matador);retired 7/61 - 1/63;35 (Regulus), 65 (Matador) producedWarhead for the Matador (MGM-1) and Regulus 1 (SSM-N-8) SSM cruise missiles; application to the Rascal air-to-surface cancelled; first missile warhead; produced by modifying stockpile Mk-5 bombsMk-6Bomb611287,600 - 8,5008, 26, 80, 154, 160 kTAirburst or contactManufactured from 7/51 to early 1955; 1100 bombs (all mods) produced; last retired 1962Improved high-yield lightweight Mk-4; 7 mods; some Mk-4Ds were converted Mk-6 Mod 0; early mods had 32 lens implosion system, Mod 2 and later had 60 lens systemMk-7Bomb30.51831,645 - 1,7008, 19, 22, 30, 31, 61 kTAirburst or contactManufactured 7/52 - 2/63; in service July 1952-1967; 1700 - 1800 producedMk-7 "Thor"; multipurpose light weight tactical bomb; 92 lens implosion system; 6-7 yields; 10 mods, PAL A used on late modsW-7Warhead30 - 30.554.8 - 56900 - 1,100; 970 (W-7-X1 / X2); 983 (Betty)90 T; 2 - 40 kTAirburst, surface, hydrostaticW-7 warhead manufacture begun 12/53;BOAR: stockpiled 1956 - 1963, 225 produced;Corporal: stockpiled 1955 - 1965, 300 produced;Honest John: stockpiled 1954 - 1960, 300 produced;ADM: stockpiled 1955-1963, 300 produced;Betty: stockpiled 6/55 - 1960, 225 produced;Nike Hercules: cancelled 1956Multipurpose warhead - BOAR air-surface rocket, the Corporal (M-2) and Honest John (M-3) ballistic missiles, ADM, Betty Mk 90 ASW depth bomb, Nike Hercules SAM missile warhead (W-7-X1/X2); 7 yields, 4 mods; Corporal yield 2-40 kT (several options), ADM yield low (90 T?), Betty yield 32 kTMk-8Bomb14.5116 - 132 3,230 - 3,280 25 - 30 kT Pyrotechnic delayManufactured 11/51 - 5/53; in service 1/52 - 6/57; 40 produced (all mods)Earth penetrating weapon, gun-assembly HEU bomb, nicknamed "Elsie" (for LC - light case), 2 mods; replaced by the Mk-11W-8WarheadCancelled May 1955Gun-assembly warhead, intended for use as a cratering warhead for the Regulus missileW-9Artillery Shell11.02 (280 mm)54.8803; 85015 kT Mechanical time delay airburstManufactured 4/52 - 11/53;Retired 5/57; 80 producedUsed in T-124, the first U.S. nuclear artillery shell; gun-assembly HEU weapon, modified TX-8; replaced 1-for-1 by W-19; only 20 280mm cannons were ever madeMk-9 / T-4Atomic Demolition Munition120 - 200Time delayStockpiled 1957;retired 1963The T-4 was built from recycled W-9 warheads; gun-assembly HEU weapon; replaced by W-45Mk-10Bomb121,750; 1,500 12 - 15 kTAirburstCancelled May 1952"Airburst Elsie", a reduced size/ weight derivative of the Mk-8; superseded by the Mk-12Mk-11Bomb141473,210 - 3,500Pyrotechnic delayManufactured 1/56 - 1957; in service 1/56 - 1960; 40 producedImproved Mk-8 gun-assembly weapon, replaced Mk-8 on 1-for-1 basis; stockpiled as the "Mk-91 penetration bomb"Mk-12Bomb221551,100 - 1,20012, 14 kTTimer or contactManufactured 12/54 - 2/57;Retired 7/58 - 7/62; 250 producedHigh-speed fighter-bomber weapon; 92-point implosion weapon; nicknamed "Brok"; probably first weapon using beryllium tamper; 4 versions stockpiled - 2 prototypes, 2 modsW-12Warhead22900Low kTAirburst Cancelled Nov 1955Talos (Navy)/Talos-W (Army) surface-air missile warheadMK-13Bomb611287,40032 kT (Upshot - Knothole Harry shot)Airburst or contactCancelled Aug 1954High-yield Mk-6 follow-on, 92-point implosion system; superseded by TN Mk-15/39W-13Warhead581006,000 - 6,500Airburst or contactCancelled 9/1954Early warhead intended for Snark cruise missile, Redstone ICBM; superseded by TN Mk/W-15/39TX / MK-14Bomb61.4222 - 223.528,954 - 29,851; 31,0005-7 MT; 6.9 MT (Castle Union shot)AirburstStockpiled 2/54 - 10/54;5 producedFirst deployed solid-fuel thermonuclear weapon; recycled into Mk-17 weapons by 9/56; used 95% enriched Li-6; 64 ft parachuteMK-15Bomb34.4 - 34.7; 35136 - 140 7,6001.69 MT (Castle Nectar), 3.8 MT (Redwing Cherokee) Airburst, contact (F/F or rtd), laydown Manufactured 4/55 - 2/57;Retired 8/61 - 4/65; 1200 produced (all mods)First "lightweight" U.S. TN bomb; used HEU secondary casing; 3 mods; 1x3 ft and 1x12 ft ribbon parachutesW-15Warhead34.56,400 - 6,560 Cancelled Feb 1957Class "C" TN missile warhead derived from MK-15, cancelled in favor of very closely related W-39TX-16Bomb61.4296.739,000 - 42,0006 - 8 MTAirburstStockpiled 1/54 - 4/54;5 producedFirst deployed thermonuclear weapon; weaponized version of Ivy Mike device; only cryogenic TN weapon ever deployedEC-17Bomb61.4224.939,60011 MT (Castle Romeo shot)AirburstStockpiled 4/54 - 10/54; 5 produced"Emergency Capability" weapon (deployed prototype); used natural lithium; free fall bombMK-17Bomb61.4296.741,400 - 42,00010 - 15 MTAirburst or contact (Mod 2 only)Manufactured 7/54 - 11/55;Retired 11/56 - 8/57; 200 producedSimilar to MK-24, different secondary; heaviest U.S. nuclear weapon, 2nd highest yield of any U.S. weapon (along with similar Mk-24); 3 mods; Mod 2 contact fused; 1x64 ft. parachute; replaced by the Mk-36MK-18Bomb601288,600500 kT (Ivy King shot)Airburst or contactManufactured 3/53 - 2/55;Retired 1/56 - 3/56; 90 produced (all mods)Very high-yield MK-6/Mk-13 follow-on; largest pure fission bomb ever deployed; nicknamed the SOB ("Super Oralloy Bomb"); 92-point implosion system, all HEU core; 2 mods;Retired by conversion to lower yield Mk-6 Mod 6; superseded by TN Mk-15 and Mk-28W-19Artillery Shell11.02 (280 mm)5460015 - 20 kTMechanical time delay airburstProduction began 7/55;Retired 1963; 80 producedUsed in T-315 atomic projectile; improved W-9; gun-assembly HEU weaponMk-20Bomb601286,400 Cancelled Aug 1954Improved high-yield MK-13; superseded by TN MK-15Mk-21Bomb56.2; 58.5 149 - 150 15,000 - 17,7004 - 5 MTAirburst, contact, laydownManufactured 12/55 - 7/56;Retired 6/57 - 1//57; 275 produced (all mods)Redesigned Shrimp TN device with 95% enriched Li-6 fuel; 3 mods, all "dirty"; "clean" version tested, never deployed; Mod 1 contact fused; Mod 2 also had w/boosted primary;Retired by conversion to Mk-36-Y1 Mod 1W-21Warhead52; 14515,000 - 16,000 Cancelled For B-58, SM-64A 56 NavahoMk-22Bomb5118,0001 MTCancelled April 1954UCRL design based on the Morgenstern/Ramrod devices; cancelled following Morgenstern fizzle (Castle Koon)W-23Artillery Shell16641,500; 1,90015 - 20 kT Mechanical time delay airburstProduction began 10/56;Retired 10/62; 50 producedUS Navy "Katie" shell; W-19 (11 inch shell) internal components adapted to 16 inch shell bodyEC 24Bomb6122539,60013.5 MT (Castle Yankee shot)AirburstStockpiled 4/54 - 10/54;10 produced"Emergency Capability" weapon (deployed prototype); used enriched Li-6; free fall bombMk-24Bomb61.429641,400 - 42,000 10 - 15 MT AirburstManufactured 7/54 - 11/55;Retired 9/56 - 10/56;105 producedSimilar to MK-17, different secondary; heaviest U.S. nuclear weapon, 2nd highest yield of any U.S. weapon (along with similar Mk-17); 2 mods (Mod 2 with contact burst cancelled); 1x64 ft parachute; replaced by the Mk-36W-25Warhead17.35 - 17.425.7 - 26.6218 - 2211.7 kTTime delayManufactured 5/57 - 5/60;Mod 0 retired 8/61 - 1965, all retired by 12/84;3150 produced (all mods)MB-1 Genie AAM warhead; unboosted composite implosion warhead; first "sealed pit" weapon; 2 mods, Mod 1 had environmental sensing device safetiesMk-26Bomb56.215015,000 - 17,700Cancelled 1956Mk-21 sibling designMk-27Bomb30.2125 - 1423,150 - 3,300Airburst or contactManufactured 11/58 - 6/59;Retired 11/62 - 7/65; 700 (all mods) producedNavy TN bomb; This UCRL design was a competitor with the LASL Mk-28 to satisfy the Class "D" light weight TN bomb requirement; 3 modsW-27Warhead30.25 - 31752,8002 MTAirburst or contactManufactured 9/58 - 6/59;retired 8/62 - 7/65;20 producedRegulus I (SSM-N-8) SSM cruise missile warhead; considered for several other systems all of which were were cancelled: the F-101 and B-58 bomb pods, and the Rascal, Regulus II, and Matador cruise missilesMk-28Bomb20; 2296 - 1701,700 - 2,320Y1: 1.1 MT, Y2: 350 kT, Y3: 70 kT, Y5: 1.45 MTFUFO: F/F or retarded, airburst or contact, laydownManufactured 1/58 - 3/58, 8/58 - 5/66; retirement of early mods began 1961, last one retired 9/91; 4500 produced (all mods)Multipurpose TN tactical and strategic bomb; longest weapon design in U.S. (33 years); 2nd largest production run of any U.S. weapon design; Y4 was fission only; 20 mods and variants; PAL A (Y1), B (Y2), D (Y3, Y5); replaced by B-61 and B-83 bombs; 1-point safety problem with primary discovered after start of initial manufacture, halting production for 5 monthsW-28Warhead20601,500 - 1,72570 kT - 1.45 MTAirburst or contactManufactured 8/58 - 5/66, entered service (Hound Dog) 1959 and (Mace) 1960;Hound Dog retired 1/64 - 1976, Mace retired 1970;production - 900 (Hound Dog), 100 (Mace)Warhead for the Hound Dog (AGM-28) and Mace (MGM-13) cruise missiles; 5 mods; PAL A and BW-29Warhead52; 35 1453,500 Cancelled Aug 1955Cancelled in favor of Mk-15W-30Warhead2248438; 490; 450300 T; 500 T (Talos and TADM); 4.7 kT; 19 kTAirburst, contact, time delayTADM: stockpiled 1961 - 1966, 300 produced;Talos: manufactured 2/59 - 1/65, retired 1/62 - 3/79; 300 producedMultipurpose warhead: Talos SAM/SSM, XW-30-X1 TADM (Tactical Atomic Demolition Munition) warhead; Talos - 1 yield, 3 mods; TADM - 2 yields stockpiledW-31Warhead28 - 29; 30 39 - 39.3900 - 9451, 2, 12, 20, 40 kTAirburst, timer, surfaceHonest John: manufactured 10/59 - 12/61, retired 7/67 - 1987, 1650 produced;Nike Hercules: manufactured 10/58 - 12/61, retired 7/67 - 9/89, 2550 produced;ADM: stockpiled 9/60 - 1965, 300 producedMultipurpose boosted fission warhead: Honest John SSM, Nike Hercules SAM, ADM (Atomic Demolition Munition);Versions used: Honest John: W-31 Mod 0, 3; Nike-Hercules: W-31 Mod 0, 2; ADM: Mk-31 Mod 1;4 yields stockpiled: 2 for Nike-Hercules, 3 for Honest John (2, 20, and 40 kT)W-32Artillery Shell9.45 (240 mm)400; 450Cancelled May 1955W-33Artillery Shell8 (203 mm)37240 - 2435 - 10 kT, 40 kT (Y2)Mechanical time delay airburstManufactured 1/57 - 1/65;Retired 9/92; 2000 producedW-33 used in the T-317 atomic projectile; gun-assembly HEU weapon; used titanium to reduce weight and size; 4 yields (Y1 - Y4) using different internal HEU assemblies, high yield variant may be boosted; 2 modsW-34ASW warhead / Bomb1732312; 320; 31111 kTHydrostatic, laydown, impactASW: Manufactured 8/58 - 12/62;retired 7/64 - 1971 (Lulu), 7/64 - 1976 (Astor);2000 Lulu, 600 Astor produced; Hotpoint: Manufactured 6/58 - 9/62;Retired by 1965;600 producedMultipurpose warhead for ASW (antisubmarine warfare) and tactical use; ASW: Mk-34 Lulu depth bomb, Mk-44 Astor torpedo; tactical: Mk-105 Hotpoint bomb, first parachute retarded laydown weapon; 2 mods; boosted fission implosion device identical to the Mk-28 primaryW-35Warhead20; 281,500 - 1,7001.75 MTCancelled Aug 1958Early LASL TN ballistic missile warhead, intended for Atlas, Titan ICBMs, Thor, Jupiter IRBMs; competitor with UCRL W-38; cancelled in favor of W-49 (a modified Mk-28)Mk-36Bomb56.2; 58; 5915017,500; 17,7009 - 10 MTF/F or retarded airburst or contactManufactured 4/56 - 6/58;Retired 8/61 - 1/62; 940 produced (all mods)Two-stage TN strategic bomb; Y1 "dirty," Y2 "clean", each in two mods; parachutes 1x5 ft, 1x24 ft ribbon; all Mk-21s converted to Mk-36 in 1957;Retired in favor of Mk-41; at retirement this weapon represented almost half of the megatonnage of the U.S. arsenalW-37Warhead30900; 940Cancelled 9/1956Intended to be a high-yield multipurpose companion to the W-31; XW-37 was redesignated XW-31Y2 W-38Warhead3282.53,0803.75 MTAirburst or contactManufactured 5/61 - 1/63; retired 1/65 - 5/65; Production: 110 (Atlas), 70 (Titan)Warhead for Atlas E/F and Titan I ICBMs; used Avco Mk 4 RV; first UCRL designed TN ballistic missile warhead; competitor with LASL W-35/49Mk-39Bomb35, 44 (tail section)136 - 1406,650 - 6,750 3-4 MT (2 yields, Y1 and Y2)Airburst, contact; mod w/low-level retarded laydownManufactured 2/57 - 3/59;Retired 1/62 to 11/66; 700 produced (all mods)Improved Mk-15, Mk-39 Mod 0 same as TX-15-X3; used gas-boosted primary to reduce weight; thermal batteries, improved safeties; 3 mods; parachutes: 1x6 ft, 1x28 ribbon, 1x100 ftW-39Warhead34.5 - 35105.76,230 - 6,4003.8 MT (2 yields, Y1 and Y2)Redstone: stockpiled 7/58 - 1963, 60 produced;Snark: manufactured 4/58 - 7/58, retired 8/62 - 9/65, 30 producedWarhead for Snark cruise missile, Redstone MRBM, B-58 weapon pod;Versions: Redstone Mk-39Y1 Mod 1 and Mk-39Y2 Mod 1, Snark Mk-39Y1 Mod 1; W-39 identical to Mk-39 except for fuzing systemW-40Warhead17.931.64350; 385 (Y1)10 kT (Y1) Airburst or contactBomarc: manufactured 9/59 - 5/62, retired by 11/72, 350 produced;Lacrosse: manufactured 9/59 - 5/62, retired 10/63 - 1964, 400 producedWarhead for Bomarc SAM and Lacrosse SSM; boosted implosion system adapted from Mk-28 primary; initially deployed version (produced 6/59-8/59) not 1-point safe, Mod 2 retrofit required; 2 yieldsMk-41Bomb5214810,500 - 10,67025 MTFUFU: F/F or retarded, airburst or contact, laydownManufactured 9/60 - 6/62;Retired 11/63 - 7/76; 500 producedHighest yield U.S. weapon ever deployed; only U.S. 3-stage TN weapon; Y1 "dirty," Y2 "clean"; parachutes 1x4 ft, 1x16.5 ft;retired in favor of Mk-53W-41Warhead509,300Cancelled July 1957W-42Warhead13 - 1418.575 - 92ProximityCancelled June 1961Intended for air-to-air (e.g. GAR-8), surface-to-air (e.g. Hawk) applicationsMk-43Bomb18150 - 1642,060 - 2,12570 kT - 1 MT; Y1: 1 MT, Y5: 500 kTF/F or retarded, airburst or contact, laydownManufactured 4/61 - 10/65;retirement (early mods) began 12/72, last retired 4/91;1000 produced (all mods)Laydown bomb for high-speed low-altitude delivery; 5 yields; Y4 is fission only; PAL B (mod 2); Parachutes: 1x4 ft, 1x23 ft ribbon; last version retired was MK-43Y2 Mod 2W-44ASW warhead13.7525.317010 kTHydrostaticManufactured 5/61 - 3/68;retired 6/74 - 9/89;575 producedASROC (RUR-5A) ASW warhead; plutonium implosion warhead, similar to primary for Mk-43W-45Warhead11.527150;MADM: 350500 T; 1, 5, 8, 10, 15 kTAirburst, surface, time delay, commandTerrier: manufactured 4/62 - 6/66, retired 7/67 - 9/88, 750 produced;MADM: manufactured 1/62 - 6/66, retired 7/67 - 1984, 350 produced;Bullpup: manufactured 1/62 - 1963, retired 7/67 - 1978, 100 produced;Little John: manufactured 9/61 - 6/66, retired 7/67 - 1970, 500 producedMultipurpose UCRL designed tactical warhead; small implosion design; Y1 (1 kT): Little John SSM, Terrier SAM, MADM (Medium ADM); Y2: Little John, MADM; Y3 (unboosted): GAM-83B Bullpup ASM, MADM; Y4 (boosted, 1 kT): Bullpup, Little John, Terrier, MADMMk-46Bomb376,400MT range Cancelled Oct 1958"Clean" and "dirty" versions tested during Hardtack I; was to have replaced Mk-39; development of improved design continued as Mk-53W-46Warhead35-40Cancelled April 1958Warhead planned for Redstone, Snark, B-58 pod warhead; Redstone/W-46 cancelled in favor of Titan II/W-53W-47Warhead1846.6Y1: 717 - 720;Y2: 733Y1: 600 kT;Y2: 1.2 MTAirburst or contactEC-47 manufactured 4/60 - 6/60, retired 6/60, 300 produced;W-47 manufactured 6/60 - 7/64, retired 7/61 - 11/74, 1060 produced (Y1 and Y2) - only 300 in service at a timePolaris SLBM TN warhead; breakthrough in compact, light high yield design; integral warhead/beryllium re-entry vehicle; 3 versions: EC-47, W-47Y1, W-47Y2; several severe reliability problems required repeated modification and remanufacture (in 1966 75% of the stockpiled Y2s were inoperable, correction took until 10/67)W-48Artillery Shell6.1 (155 mm)33.3118 - 12872 TMechanical time delay or proximity airburst, or contactManufactured 10/63 - 3/68; retirement (135 Mod 0s) 1/65 - 1969, all 925 Mod 1s retired 1992; 1060 produced (all mods)Small diameter linear implosion plutonium weapon, 2 modsW-49Warhead2054.3 - 57.91,640 - 1,6801.44 MTAirburst or contactManufactured 9/58 - 1964;Thor retired 11/62 - 8/63 (a few to 4/75);LASL developed ICBM/IRBM warhead; Used in Thor (Mod 0,1, 3), Atlas (Mod 0, 1), Titan, Jupiter (Mod 0, 1, 3, 5) warhead; 2 RVs used Mk-2 heat sink and Mk-3 ablative; 2 yields, 7 mods; Mk/W-28 adaptation with new arming/fuzing system; PAL A; successor to W-35W-50Warhead15.444409 - 410Y1: 60 kT;Y2: 200 kT;Y3: 400 kTAirburst or contactManufactured 3/63 - 12/65;retired 4/73 - 4/91;280 producedTN warhead for Pershing SSM (Mod 1, 2), Nike Zeus


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